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How to Get Here

Updated: 2014-07-18 / (tourism.milan.it)

This network, also used by the Passante Ferroviario, which functions in a similar manner to an urban underground line and services numerous underground stations in the centre of Milan, such as Repubblica and Garibaldi Passante. Moreover, it connects the city with important tourist locations and the international airport Malpensa. With the “Nord” railway, trains run to Como station, just a short distance from the lake, as well as Canzo in upper Brianza, Varese and Laveno on Lake Maggiore.

Since May 3, 2011 suburban and regional rail service, the Malpensa Express service and cross-border service Como-Chiasso and Malpensa-Bellinzona are managed solely by the company Trenord, founded by Trenitalia (Lombardy Regional Division) and LeNORD (Group FNM), in order to streamline and improve rail service in Lombardy.

By Car

The city acts as a primary centre for reaching various destinations in Lombardy and the rest of Italy. From Milan it is easy to travel to the seaside, mountains, lakes and even aquatic and amusement parks on the plain, all just a short distance away. Furthermore, in just a few hours, one can cross the Italian borders and find themselves in Swiss landscapes or French plains. The Lombard territory allows one to taste all types of scenery and sensations. It is enough just to get into the car and travel the long, wide autostrade (motorways) to finds oneself immersed in another culture in a flash.

The four Milanese tangenziali (ring roads) bring you directly to the following autostrade (motorways):

A4 Milano-Venezia,

A1 Milano-Bologna,

A7 Milano-Genova,

A8 Milano-Laghi.

Useful Numbers:

Autostrade per l’Italia S.p.A.

Organisation that manages the Italian motorway network. For useful information on safety and viability of the motorways, contact:

Call Centre: 840 04 21 21

Serravalle - Milano Tangenziali S.p.A

Organisation that manages the infrastructure network in the territory of Milan and Lombardy. For useful information on safety and viability of the motorways, contact:

Switchboard: 02 57 59 41, Radio Centre for Information: 02 52 85 55 00


Autostrade per l'Italia

Milano Serravalle - Milano Tangenziali S.p.A

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