Housed in a 16th-century monastery is the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology. Inspired by the inventions of Milan’s most famous resident, Leonardo da Vinci, the museum explores man’s relationship with machines through exhibits, scale models and activities.Details
What is MilanoCard ?
MilanoCard is the Milan City Pass, which offers free public transportation and free or discounted entry to over 500+ Milan tourist attractions, including more than 20 top Milan museums, shops, and restaurants.
MilanoCard is personal and not transferable. Children under ten years old ride free!
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5 top reasons to buy Milan City Pass
- Free Public Transport (Metro, tram, buses, city-trains)
- Free Personal Driver for 2 rides
- Free access to the top attractions of Milan
- Free or discounted access in more than 20 museums and 500+ tourist attractions in Milan, Rome and Venice
- Quality program to ensure a memorable experience
How to get MilanoCard
Get your MilanoCard in three easy steps.
- Make the payment with any credit card or via a PayPal account.
- Pick up the card at your arrival (airport or stations or hotel)
- Enjoy Milan! The card becomes active after the first time it is used for public transport.
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News to make the best of your trip to Milan, Italy
The XXI Triennale of Milan started at the beginning of April and will run until the 12th of September. Entitled “21st Century. Design after Design”, the next five months will host a varied program of events, exhibitions and lectures at various locations in and around Milan as artists, architects and designers from all over the world participate in this exciting event.Details
While in the city, you should definitely make the time to visit some or all of the civic museums of Milan. They cover a wide variety of topics, so there is likely to be something to interest everybody. Some are particularly suitable for those visiting Milan with children.Details
With so much to see and do in the city it is important to consider how you will travel in Milan. The last thing you want at the end of your holiday is to have missed some of the must-see sights. Car hire is available at Milan’s airports and is a good option if you plan on exploring the area around Milan, but driving is unlikely to be the most efficient way of exploring the city itself.Details
Milan is a city where you will find many remarkable works of art, so there are many things to do in Milan for art lovers. If you just have a few days in Milan, your main problem may be how to fit them all in! Many visitors come back many times, discovering new treasures on each occasion.Details