How to get there

By Plane

Milano is connected to the most important cities in the world thanks to its international airports:

  • Milano Linate: A shuttle bus connects the airport to Milano Centrale railway station. http://www.milano-aeroporti.it/linate-shuttle/en/index.html for info and buy tickets.
    Taxis and rental car services connect the airport to Milano Centrale railway station.
  • Milano Malpensa: A train connects the airport to Milano Centrale railway station. http://www.malpensaexpress.it/en/
    Shuttle bus, taxis and rental car services connect the airport to Milano Centrale railway station.
  • Milano (Bergamo Airport): A shuttle bus connects the airport to Milano Centrale railway station. http://www.orioshuttle.com/_eng/ for info and buy tickets.

Getting around in Milan is easy: the public transport network consists of subway, trams, local and extra-urban buses. Multiple services of car, scooter and bike sharing are available (Enjoy, Car2go, Drive-Now, Share’ngo, E-Vai, Ubeeqo, ReFeel,Mimoto, Zig Zag, Ecooltra, Govolt, Cityscoot, BikeMi, Mobike, Ofo).

Best ways from Milano Centrale railway station to the venue
  • By walking (1.0 km): 13 mins.
  • By subway line 2 (M2 – green): get off at stop “Gioia” and then walk 5 mins.
Train

The nearest stop of the railway stations to the venue is Milano Centrale railway station.
There are also other railway stations in Milan: the main are Milano Porta Garibaldi, Milano Rogoredo and Milano Lambrate. All of these are connected to Milano Centrale railway station through trains, trams or subway.

Taxi

It is possible to call a taxi with “Milano In Taxi” service of the City of Milan:

  • using the app “Milano In Taxi” available for IOS and Android
  • calling the number +39 027777 free of charge
  • through the website www.taxi.comune.milano.it
Bus

It is possible to get to Palazzo Lombardia using the urban bus lines n. 43 (stop to “Gioia M2” ) and 60 (stop to “Via Gioia Via Galvani”). https://www.atm.it/it/Pagine/default.aspx for info.

Subway

It is possible to get to Palazzo Lombardia using the subway:

  • Line 2 (M2 – green): metro stop “Gioia”
  • Line 3 (M3 – yellow): metro stop “Centrale”
  • Line 5 (M5 – light violet): metro stop “Isola”