October 6-7, 2022
Milan, Italy - Cloisters of San Barnaba
Pietro Lampertico and Heiner Wedemeyer
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Milan is easy to reach by means of transport, but is one of the most accessible cities in Europe in terms of air links:
Trains arrive at Milan Central Station from many other major Italian and European cities.
Travelling by train has the advantage of arriving directly into the heart of Milan.
In order to have good fares you can buy tickets in advance.
From the Torino-Venezia motorway, take the "Milano-Viale Zara" exit and head towards the city centre.
The Congress Venue is very well connected to the city centre, railway stations and airports:
By the underground
MM1 (Red) at San Babila stop
MM3 (Yellow) at Crocetta stop
Line 60, 70, 77, 84 at Vittoria stop
Line 12, 23, 27 at Vittoria stop.
From the Airport to the city
Connections to/from the airports are very convenient:
There are regular direct trains (every 60') operated by Trenord from Malpensa Airport to Milano Centrale train station. There are two competitive Companies: Trenitalia and Italo. In order to have good fares you can buy tickets in advance.
Milan's efficient and far-reaching public transport system makes moving around the city fast and easy:
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