How to reach Milan

By plane

Three airports connect Milano to the rest of the world: Linate (the closest to the city centre), Malpensa (the largest) and Orio al Serio. All three airports offer frequent busses and/or trains to reach the Central Station, which is connected to Bicocca by bus 87 (1.50 Euro) or taxi (around 15 Euro). From Linate you can also take bus 73 to San Babila and then Metro M1 + Tram 7 (see below).

By train

Most national and international trains arrive at Central Station or at Porta Garibaldi Station. Both stations are well connected to Bicocca: from Central Station you can either take bus 87 (1.50 Euro) or a taxi (around 15 Euro), from Porta Garibaldi Station you can take the purple line (M5) of the Metro (1.50 Euro) or a taxi (around 15 Euro).

How to reach the conference venue

The conference takes place at University of Milano-Bicocca, Building U6 (Access from Piazza Ateneo Nuovo, 1 or Viale Piero e Alberto Pirelli, 22), Milano, which can be reached

  • by Metro M5 (purple line): train stop “Ponale”
  • by Metro M1 (red line): train stop “Precotto” and then Tram 7 direction “Messina”, tram stop “Arcimboldi-Ateneo Nuovo”
  • by bus 87: stop “Arcimboldi-Ateneo Nuovo”
  • by bus 51: stop “Ponale-Testi”
  • by Tram 7: stop “Arcimboldi-Ateneo Nuovo” (the stop is undergroud)
  • by Tram 31: stop “San Glicerio”
  • by train: station Greco-Pirelli (lines S8, S9, S11 + regional trains)

For more information you can use the website of ATM (the public transportation firm for Milan).