Public transport - Tram and Underground
- Historic Tram in Milan in front of "La Scala"
Milan and its surrounding area has a well-developed network of public transport.
- Taxi Blu: 02.4040
- Yellow Taxi Multiservice Telephone: 02.6969
- Radiobus Telefon: 02.48034803
- Bike sharing Milan
Bike Sharing and Bike Tours
Bike Sharing - Milan has become a city bike. Bike sharing in Milan has been created in November 2008. Requirement for bicycle rent is the acquisition of a monthly or annual license. The first 30 minutes of use are free of charge, the maximum Rental period is 2 hours.
Bike Tour Milan
Getting to Milan
- Milan has 3 airports, 6 railway stations and highway access from all directions.
- Here you will find information on traveling by air, rail or road, and notes on parking.
- Best travel times for a city break in Milan
Milan has three airports:
- Linate city airport 8 km from the center in the east
- Malpensa International Airport about 50 km to the northwest, Terminal 1 and 2
- Caravaggio Airport Bergamo / Orio al Serio Airport about 50 km to the northeast
Airport Shuttle Milan
- Malpensa Express - Train from the Malpensa Airport to Milan, Stazione Centrale or Cadorna Triennale (Castle District) operates 2 times per hour
- Malpensa Shuttle - shuttle bus every 20 minutes between the airport of Malpensa and the Milan Central Station
- Linate Airport: From Linate Airport buses run regularly to Milan Stazione Centrale and Piazza San Babila
- There are direct bus services between the airport Milano Malpensa - Linate - Orio al Serio
Arriving by train
- Milano Centrale Stazione Centrale
The railway stations in Milan are
- Milano Stazione Centrale
- Cadorna Triennale (Sforza Castle District)
- Porta Garibaldi
- Rogoreto Station (southeast)
- Lambrate Station
- Porta Genova FS
Most stations have metro link.
Trains and timetables:
Fast trains Frecce
Between the main routes, there are the fast trains (Frecce - arrows). With 300 kmh and a travel time of 3 hours, Milan-Rome, they are unbeatable.
The Frecce run between
- Freccia Rossa: Turin-Milan-Bologna-Florence-Rome-Naples-Salerno
Freccia Argento: from Rome via Florence and Bologna to Venice - Udine - Verona - Verona - Trento - Bolzano
from Rome via Naples to Reggio Calabria
from Rome to Bari Caserta about - Brindisi - Lecce -
- Freccia Bianca: Milan to Venice, Genoa, Ancona, Bari, Taranto and Others
Getting To Milan by Car and Motorcycle
Milan is Milan is easy to reach using the motorway network.
- A1 Milano - Bologna
- A4 Milan - Venice
- A7 Milano - Genova
- A8 Milano - Laghi (Lake Maggiore, Lake Como)
In addition, there are the Eastern ring road, Ovest ring road and ring road is North.
There are good road connections with Milan's airports Malpensa, Bergamo and Linate.
Drive on motorways in Italy
Italian motorways are chargeable. Tourists pay cash at toll stations. For frequent travelers, there are the "Punto Blu" prepaid cards to buy.
Drivers and passengers have to wear seatbelts. It is prohibited to drive while using a hand-held mobile phone. Motorcyclists must wear a helmet.
Milan's Congestion Charge AREA C
The Congestion Charge applies to drivers in Central Milan between 7:30 am and 7:30 pm, Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays. The charging zone is clearly marked by traffic signs AreaC.
Day Ticket Price 5 €
Payment: Authorized Tabaccherie, newspaper kiosks, atm Point, online)
A day ticket for 5 € obtain gasoline vehicles of the category Euro standard 1 to 5 and diesel Euro 4 and 5 standards.
- Diesel vehicles withstandards Euro 4 and Euro 5 entrance ticket 5 €.
- Euro 3 diesel vehicles with particulate filters: entrance ticket 5 €
- Coaches with GPL and Methane: entrance ticket 5 €
Entrance to Milan's Congestion Charge AREA C is prohibited for:
- Used Diesel Standard Euro 0, 1, 2 and 3 euros without particulate filter
- Standard Euro 0 petrol vehicles
- Some zones, marked with ZTL (Zona Traffico Limitato) may only be driven by authorized vehicles.
Day visitors of Milan is recommended to park in a car park at one of the underground stations and to buy a day pass for the underground.
Use the MilanoCard for 48 hours free of charge all public transport in Milan.
- Arriving from the north (Lake Maggiore, Lake Como, Switzerland) - Viale Certosa exit - car park Lampugnano
- Arriving from the east (Venice, Lake Garda) - Exit Tangenziale Est - car park Cascina Gobba
- Arriving from the South (Genoa, Tuscany) - Exit Famagosta - car park Famagosta