The city has put forth its very best having renovated its skyline and now offers a vast and upgraded series of services and events increasing its already world-renowned allure to travelers far and wide. Breath in the Italian way of life with every step you take through the historic cobblestone streets. Strolling through the fashion…Details
What is MilanoCard ?
MilanoCard is the first card for tourist services in the city of Milan, Italy. It offers free public transportation, free entry / huge discount to over 20 top Milan Museums, Restaurants & over 500 attractions at reduced price.
MilanoCard is personal and not transferable. Children under 10 years are free!
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5 top reasons to buy it
- Free Public Transport (Metro, tram, buses, city-trains).
- Free Personal Driver for 2 rides
- Free Personal Interpreter
- Free or discounted access in more than 20 museums and 500+ dedicated services for shopping, football culture, taste, wellness and Family.
- Benefits also in Lombardy, Lakes region and Rome, Venice and Florence
How to get it
Your MilanoCard is just 3 steps from you. Make the payment with every credit card, also without a paypal account, pick up the card at your arrival (airport or stations or hotel) and enjoy Milan!
The card is activated from the first use on public transports.
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