Milano Convention Centre

North Wing 
Piazzale Carlo Magno, 1
20149 Milano MI

A warm welcome from Milan

Milan is a metropolis that finds a perfect and dynamic balance between history and modernity. While it is considered one of the world’s fashion and design capitals, as well as a financial hub, Milan is also a city of culture and thought. While always looking towards the future, this Lombard capital lovingly preserves its prominent history, boasting spectacular museums and some of the most monumental churches in Italy.

Amid the busy city life, Milan also cherishes its history and traditions, starting with the church of its patron saint, Sant’Ambrogio, and the Duomo of Milan, one of the largest churches of contemporary Europe, holding more than 20,000 people, sporting its statue of the Madonnina on top. Extraordinary new neighbourhoods such as Porta Nuova and CityLife host world-class skyscrapers such as Bosco verticale (Vertical Forest) and Tre Torri (Three Towers).


Let’s not forget its luxury gastronomy, from traditional to fusion cuisine, nor the city’s wide-ranging cultural offer, from exhibitions to live shows, best enjoyed after savouring a classic aperitif. The city is teeming with restaurants and eateries and choosing what to eat will be difficult: from traditional to ethnic, vegetarian to tapas, gourmet venues to quaint trattorias with red and white tablecloths.

Experience for yourself the charm of Milan and the diversity of everything it has to offer.


Malpensa Airport in Milan is the second-busiest airport in all of Italy and one of the country’s two intercontinental air travel hubs. The Malpensa Express runs from 5:25 a.m. to 11:25 p.m. every 30 minutes. Malpensa Shuttle and Malpensa Bus Express connect the airport to Milan Central station (Trenitalia’s National Railway hub) and for Milan’s Metro network. How to get to Malpensa | Milan Malpensa Airport

The main railway station for the city is the very elegant Milano Centrale, a short distance north-east of the city centre. This is the departure point for most services including the night trains to Munich (7 hours), Vienna (10 hours) and Paris (6 hours). Milan has an excellent range of national and international rail links. There are excellent services across the Alps with direct daytime trains to Zurich (3 hours), Geneva (4 hours), Basel (4 hours).

The Milano Card is available in three variants – 24 hours (€15), 48 hours (€20) and 72 hours (€22). Visitors have access to free public transport throughout their pass period. They also can save anywhere up to 100% on their attraction tickets and also includes free attractions and tour tickets. The Card will also include discounts to shopping and recreation outlets and free medical assistance. The Milano Card can be purchased online and activated via a smartphone or an app.