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How to get around Milan by public transport 

Milan’s public transportation system connects the most important areas of the city and more. Follow our travel tips and please remember that the use of face coverings is mandatory.

Buy tickets and plan your journey from our mobile app

 

Atm official app lets you plan your journey and buy tickets by credit card, PayPal or Satispay. You can also check the timetables, the routes and the waiting times in real time of all our surface lines and the current status of metro service.

Download it from the App Store or click below: 

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Tickets to buy to travel in and around Milan

  • 2€ ticket. Valid 90 minutes
  • Daily ticket. Valid 24 hours, 7€
  • 3 days ticket. 12€
  • Carnet 10 tickets. 18€

These tickets (Mi1-Mi3 fare zones) are valid on metro lines, buses, trams, trolleybuses and are also accepted on S lines (suburban railways). You can also reach Rho Fiera on line M1 (consider the S lines as an alternative) and Assago Forum on line M2.

Where to buy tickets

Tickets can be purchased from the automatic machines located in all metro stations or at any authorised resellers (find here the list). You can also buy a ticket via ATM official app (read here how to validate it) or sending an SMS to 48444. 

Pay contactless as you go

You can pay the metro directly at the ticket gate (look for the orange one) just with your contactless card. Touch in at the start of your journey and touch out at the end. The system will automatically calculate the right fare for your journey (after 4 journeys the daily fare is applied). Read here for further information.

Get our iconic map

Our map shows the whole metro network and the rail lines. If you still don’t have one, get it here.To and from Linate airport by bus 73

Bus line 73 connects the city centre (via Gonzaga, behind piazza del Duomo) with the airport arrival hall doors. Check the departure times from Linate and from Duomo. Pay contactless directly on board or buy a ticket at the ticket machines, in front of the terminal exit. You just need a Mi1-Mi3 ticket to get on board (standard 2€ ticket, daily pass, carnet, etc.).

 

Stop driving and travel with us 

Leave your car in the car parks connected to the metro stations and proceed your journey by public transport. Check the parking lots and the payment options.

Search, unlock, ride: experience Milan’s bike sharing

Bikemi service allows you to move around the city with traditional, electric and child seat bikes. It's all done with the app. See how it works at https://bikemi.com/en 

Bicycle or scooter rider?

ATM allows travelers to carry their own bicycle or electric scooter free of charge on the metro and some tramway lines in order to promote sustainable mobility. Find out more here

Night buses

Did you miss the last metro ride? Don’t worry! A night service is operated by buses during the night hours within Milan urban area (download the map). A Mi1-Mi3 ticket is required to get on board (standard 2€ ticket, daily pass, carnet, etc.).  

How to reach Milan Convention Centre (MiCo)

Take the metro line M5 and get off at Portello 

How to reach San Siro stadium

To reach the stadium get off at Lotto (interchange station between lines M1 and M5) or San Siro Stadio terminal station (on line M5).

How to reach Rho exhibition center

You can take the metro line M1 and get off at Rho Fieramilano terminal station. Alternatively, you can take the suburban S5, S6 or S11 lines from one of Milan railway stations (Porta Venezia, Porta Garibaldi or Repubblica). Either way, the Mi1-Mi3 fare is valid. If you have an urban travel pass, a 1,60€ integration is needed. You can load it on your electronic card at the automatic machines located in all metro stations or at any authorised resellers

How to reach the Assago Forum

Take the metro line M2 and get off at Assago Forum terminal station. The Mi1-Mi3 fare is valid. If you have an urban travel pass, a 1,60€ integration is needed here too.  

Special travel services

In this section you will find information on the service reserved for the transport of passengers with motor, hearing and visual disabilities. 

Wear a mask, wash your hands, stay safe while you travel

Face mask over your nose and mouth must be worn for the full duration of journeys on the ATM network, including inside our stations and at the bus stops. In all metro stations you can use hand gel from our sanitizer points.

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