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How to get to Milan

By Air

Milan is served by 3 airports:

  • Milano Malpensa (MXP)
  • Milano Linate (LIN)
  • Orio al Serio (BGY)

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From the airport to the city center you can get:

  • the "Malpensa Express" train (from Malpensa terminal 1 only) going to "Stazione Centrale" or "Cadorna" railway stations (see below). Find the timetable and buy the tickets on the "Malpensa Express" website. IOs and Android apps available
  • a bus. Most buses from Malpensa and Orio al Serio go to "Stazione centrale" (central railways station, see below). From Linate you can either get to "Stazione centrale" or take ATM Line 73 (see below). Among others you can get "Malpensa shuttle" and "Autostradale"
  • a cab. That is generally an expensive solution, in particular from Malpensa and Orio al Serio.

By Train

If you get a train to get to Milan you will probably arrive to "Stazione centrale", the main railroad station in Milan. This is also an hub for local transportation served by 2 metro lines. You might also be interested in "Stazione cadorna", that connects to Malpensa Airport.

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To consult the Italian train timetable visit the "Trenitalia" website.

Local transportation

Milan is served by 3 metro lines, several lines of (sub)urban trains and a number of lines for tram and urban buses. If you want to travel within Milan you need to buy a ticket *before* getting on the bus or on the metro. You can find information about the ticket on the ATM website.
If you intend to move by public transportation you will also find the ATM route planner very useful.

Mobile apps for most mobile platforms are available.

How to get to the conference venue

The conference venue is located in the very center of Milan, a few minutes on foot from the metro stations "Duomo" and "Missori". You can also get there with bus/tram lines 54 (stop "via Larga"), 94 (stop "via Sforza/ospedale Policlinico"), 12 or 15 (stop "via Larga).

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