Getting around Milan

Milan offers several alternatives for getting from one part of the city to another. A network of buses, trams and underground railways are available to passengers. The lines of the underground railways link various parts of the city, reaching as far as the outskirts.

The most traditional means of getting around is certainly the public transport system, with overground vehicles and underground lines run by ATM (Azienda Trasporti Milanesi).

UNDERGROUND RAILWAY LINES

The underground railway lines efficiently link all areas of the city, both central or in the suburbs:

  • Line 1 (red) Sesto FS – Rho Fiera Milano/Bisceglie
  • Line 2 (green) Abbiategrasso/Assago – Gessate/Cologno
  • Line 3 (yellow) San Donato – Comasina
  • Line 5 (lilac) Bignami – San Siro Stadio

OVERGROUND URBAN AND EXTRA-URBAN LINES

The overground transport network in Milan includes more than 100 routes including bus and tram lines.

OTHER FORMS OF TRANSPORT

In addition to public transport, you can also get about by using the Taxi network, and the Car Sharing and Bike Sharing systems. Visit the Turismo Milano website for further information.