Travel in Milan
With so much to see and do in Milan it is important to consider how you will travel in Milan. The last thing you want at the end of your holiday is to have missed some of the must-see sights. Car hire is available at Milan airports and is a good option if you plan on exploring the area around Milan, but driving is unlikely to be the most efficient way of exploring the city itself.
Milan has an excellent Milan public transport system, you can travel around the city thanks MilanoCard. This can also work out as a very economical option, thanks to the MilanoCard. This city pass is available for 24 hours, 48 hours or 72 hours. Once bought, you can travel for free for the duration of your card on
• Buses. There are more than eighty routes with some buses running all night.
• Trams. The Milan tram network is 170 km long. During the week the tram service ends at 1am, but at the weekend there are lines that continue throughout the night.
• Metro. The metro runs from 6am – 12.30 am. There are currently four lines with a fifth under construction.
• Milan city train. Times when these run vary from line to line.
Although more expensive, there may be times when a Milan taxi service is the best option, particularly if you have lots to carry. Holders of the Milan City Pass are entitled to two free rides up to the value of €15. Click here for more information and remember to download the Uber app.
Cycling can be a very enjoyable way of seeing the sights and can take you off the roads and into the parks and greener areas of Milan. There are plenty of cycle hire venues in Milan. Get a 10% discount with your Milan Card and enjoy the Italian sunshine.