Destination MilanDestination Milan

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Practical informationPractical information


Milan Bergamo (Orio al Serio) is around fifty kilometres to the north-east of Milan, just outside Bergamo. Buses leave for the centre of Milan. The journey takes about an hour.

Local transport

In Milan you can travel by underground, bus and train. Travel tickets, day-long or multi-day tickets are purchased at the ATM offices, vending machines and kiosks. The tickets are especially good value on Sundays: a family of four can travel on one ticket.


The taxis are generally white and you can stop them on the road. Most taxi ranks are close to a train or underground station. The total charge depends on the number of suitcases, the distance and on what day or in which week you are travelling.


Postage stamps are sold by tobacconists and in tobacco kiosks, which you can recognise by the blue-and-white sign with Tabacchi or a ‘T’ on them.


Country code +39, local code 02

Opening hours

The shops in Milan are generally open between 09h00-13h00 and 15h00-20h00. Large department stores and some of the well-known fashion shops do not close for the midday break.

Emergency telephone number

Fire brigade: 115
Doctor: 118
Police: 112

Tourist Information

Address: Via Marconi Guglielmo 1

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