How to reach Milano by plane
Milano can be easily reached from the following airports: Malpensa, Linate and Orio al Serio.
If you land at Linate Airport, you can make use of the following means of public transport to reach Milano:
How to reach Milano by train
Milano has two main railway stations (Milano Porta Garibaldi and Milano Centrale) right in the heart of the city, connecting it to all major Swiss and Italian cities.
Milano can be reached with a direct less-than-four-hour train ride from many Swiss cities, including Basel, Bern, Geneva, Lausanne and Zurich. Visit SBB for more details.
How to reach the venues
University of Milan - Bicocca
University of Milano-Bicocca, Building U6
Piazza dell’Ateneo Nuovo 1, 20126, Milano
The University of Milano-Bicocca can be reached by train, metro, bus or tram.
The University Milano-Bicocca is located next to the Milano Greco Pirelli train station. The timetables of the trains from and to this station can be found on the website of Trenord: https://www.trenord.it/EN/
By metro, bus or tram
- Underground: take metro line 5 and get off at station Ponale
- Tram: use line 7 to reach the stop Arcimboldi Ateneo Nuovo, or line 31 to reach the stop San Glicerio
- Bus: you can take bus lines 87 (stop at Arcimboldi Ateneo Nuovo), 51 (stop at Ponale Testi) or 728 (stop at Milano Greco)
Politecnico - Bovisa Campus
Architecture and Design Campus, Building B2
Via Candiani, 72, 20158 Milano (MI)
The Bovisa campus can be reached by train.
From the city centre, get to one of the following subway stops:
- Porta Venezia (red line),
- Repubblica (yellow line)
- Garibaldi (green line)
then take one of the railways named “Passante ferroviario” and get off at Bovisa stop.
Or go to Cadorna subway stop (green and red line), go to its railway station, take any train that leaves from there (except Malpensa Express) and get off at Bovisa stop.
Visit the website of Trenitalia for further information: https://www.trenitalia.com/en.html