Now that the new tourist information kiosks are imminent in Milan it has never been easier to delve into such beauty; the kiosks provide an up-to-date way of discovering, or rediscovering, the artistic and cultural heritage of the city
How to get here
The city is well served by three airports with national and international flights (Linate, Malpensa and Bergamo Orio al Serio) and linked to the city with airport coaches or railway services. Milan is also an important railway junction for high speed trains and a complex motorway network links the city up with the rest of Europe.
Getting around easily
Milan offers various alternatives for getting around the city. A bus, tram and metro network, taxis and new types of public transport, hired or reserved in advance, all link the city from the centre to the outskirts.
Milano AmaMi Card
48 hours to fall in love with Milan
One card that allows access to19 museums, gives discounts on exhibitions, concerts and tourism services and includes free travel on public services.
Milano Official Products
Take home a great souvenir of your trip.
Milano Official Products is an extensive line of clothing and objects for the home, office and leisure time with the instantly identifiable "Milano" logo. They can be purchased in many sales points in the city.