Milan at your own pace
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Discover the city of fashion and design
The Milan Pass is your key to all your sightseeing wishes. This Pass is valid for 48 hours and saves you both time and money. You enjoy free admission and fast track entry at popular museums and attractions such as the Duomo, Pinacoteca di Brera and the Triennale Design Museum, La Scala Museum and Theater, and the San Siro-stadium, home to AC and Inter Milan. The Milan Pass also includes a visit to the interactive exhibitions about Leonardo Da Vinci and the Last Supper. You have two options: a Milan Pass including a free ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus or a Milan Pass including a free 48-hour public transport ticket. What’s more, your Milan Pass is also inclusive of a canal cruise on the Navigli network of canals. Your Pass also affords special offers and discounts on dining and shopping.
Fast Track Entry
With the Milan Pass you get the most out of your city trip. You enjoy fast track entry to some of the most popular museum and attraction such as the Duomo, Pinacoteca di Brera and the San Siro football stadium.
Free Public Transport
Enjoy 48-hours free transport with the Milan Pass: free access to 5 metro lines and more than 100 tram and bus lines of ATM Milan public transport. Alternatively, you can opt for a Milan Pass which includes a free 48-hour ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus. See Milan from the top of an open top double decker bus: 7 days a week, 3 lines and 40 stops and with audio-guide in eight languages plus a special version for kids. Also included in your Milan pass is a cruise through the Navigli network of canals.
Free City Map and Travel Guide
Your Milan Pass comes with a free guide with information about participating attractions, museums and companies plus vouchers for special offers (total value €250). All sights, attractions and museums are indicated on the city map as are several suggestions for interesting city walks.
The Milan Pass comes with a booklet containing vouchers for discounts on dozens of restaurants, shops, museums, beauty parlours and many more. The total value of these special offers is €250. Also included are discounts on activities and excursions to e.g. Venice or Cinque Terre.
The Milan Pass is valid for 48 hours and includes the following products:
- Free entrance to attractions such as Milan Duomo, including the rooftop terrace, and the San Siro Stadium
- Free admission to museums including Triennale Design Museum and Gallerie d’Italia.
- Free public transport (metro, tram, bus) or free ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus (40 stops)
- Booklet with vouchers for discounts and special offers of participating partners (total value €250)
- Events calendar with information of events, exhibitions and shows during the current month
- Milan city map with insiders tips .
You can opt for a Milan Pass which includes both the hop-on hop-off bus and ATM public transport.
How does the Milan Pass work?
Purchase the Milan Pass online through our website. You receive a confirmation email with a voucher to be exchanged for the physical card in the centre of Milan. The Milan Pass is valid for 48 hours from first use.
The City of Milaan
With 1.5 million inhabitants, Milan is the second largest city in Italy. It is the capital city of the Lombardy region and an haute couture powerhouse: Giorgio Armani, Versace, Valentino all have boutiques in Milan, the fashion capital of Europe. The city is paradise for shoppers but culture lovers also get their fair share: museums, galleries and imposing buildings make Milan the ideal city trip destinations.
The Duoma with its forest of turrets and pinnacle is Milan’s eye catcher. Be sure to visit not only its interior but go also the rooftop terrace for sweeping views of the city. Other important attractions are Castello Sforzesco, La Scala, Milan’s famous opera building which can be visited on a guided tour if you are not an opera fan, the San Siro stadium, home of AC and Inter Milaan and Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’. Museum fans head straight for Pinacoteca di Brera, the Triennale Design Museum, theMuseo della Scienza, the Science Museum. The trendy neighbourhoods of Brea and de Navigli are famous for good food and dining al fresco.