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Getting around in Milan is a pretty easy and cheap if you take advantage of their readily available public transportation. The historic center, where nearly all the tourist attractions are located, is relatively compact and walk able. Having said that, it also has a great network of public transportation options that are easy to make use of if you get tired of walking everywhere or if you want to get outside the area immediately around the Duomo.















Milan has four subway lines. Each has a different color and number:transfers between lines can be made at the Cadorna, Centrale, Duomo, Loreto, Porta Garibaldi and Zara stops.
The M5 is Milan's ultra modern new line-it's up and running, but parts are still under construction for expansion. When traveling past the dotted red line into the suburban areas, be sure to purchase a ticket with an extension.


M1: Sesto FS - Rho Fiera / Bisceglie
M2: Assago Milanofiori Forum / Abbiategrasso  - Gessate / Cologno Nordo
M3: San Donato - Comasina

Thanks for iATM system, you can find your position and nearest routes for iATM system, you can find your position and nearest routes finder etc....
ATM Website

Urban Ticket (Metro, Tram, Bus) : 1,50 euro
Valid for 90 minutes after stamping, gives you unrestricted travels for all the Milan Municipality area. The ticket is valid for a single journey on the underground or rail network, in
cluded  the urban rail lines of Trenord and the 'Passante Ferroviario' (Urban Railway Network).

- One Day Ticket: 4.50 euro /Valid for 24 hours after stamping
- Two Day Ticket: 8,25 euro /Valid for 48 hours after stamping

You can buy ticket machines at all underground stations, bars, newspaper stands, Tabacco shops
and at the ATM point service centers.

Attention!
 Ticket collectors are usually dressed in civilian clothing and are constantly checking be sure to always keep your ticket after validating it on the subway, bus or tram!


 


Hop on Hop Off
- City Sightseeing

Two routes - one ticket!
City Sightseeing Milan with 8 languages of audio guide. Its panoramic open top double-decker red buses, offers you the opportunity to discover this busy and attractive City from a preferential point of view. With two lines and 12 stops, running 7 days a week all year round, City Sightseeing Milan is the best way to discover the City, either if you have only a few hours or a few days.
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BikeMi

BikeMi is Milan's Bike sharing easy, practical and ecological service. Designed to promote user mobility, BikeMi is not just a simple bike rental service but a real public bicycle transport system to be used for short trips supplemented by ATM traditional transport vehicles.
This only the beginning of a big project that will see BikeMi stations located in strategic points all over the city, starting downtown: train stations and universities, hospitals and tourist attractions, underground stations, administrative offices, malls and parking lots. This will allow all registered users to pick up a bike, ride it and leave it at the station closest to their destination.
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