Transport/Tickets Milan

Frog Free Walking Tour Milan care about the planet! We encourage to use public transportation in Milan that is pretty cheap. In this page you will find useful tips about network and tickets for public transport in Milan.

Urban Tickets

Single ticket €2,20 – valid 90′ after first use, for unlimited trips
Daily ticket€7,60 – valid 24h for unlimited trips
Carnet (10 tickets)€19,50 ten trips, each ticket is valid for 90′
Three-days pass€13– valid until midnight of the 3rd day
Under 14 years oldFree
Hop-On Hop-Off Bus 24-72H Info/Tickets here

Where Can I buy Tickets?

Tickets are on sale at: Atm Point (Duomo M1-M3, Cadorna M1-M2, Centrale FS M2-M3, Loreto M1-M2, Romolo M2 and Garibaldi M2-M5), Authorized ticket sellers (bars, newsagents, tabacco-shops), Ticket vending machines in all metro stations (available in English, French, German, Spanish). For longer periods you can go to Atm Point. More info for public transport passes in Milan on

Extra urban tickets

To travel on interurban routes, from outside the city to the respective terminals inside Milan and vice versa or to travel between places outside Milan



Info about Milan’s public transport system 

Milan has a very good transport system, It has four metro lines (92 km total) that we call with name of the colour:

Linea 1: Red Line (Linea Rossa or La Rossa) Sesto 1° Maggio- Rho Fiera / Bisceglie

Linea 2: Green Line (Linea Verde or La Verde) Abbiategrasso / Assago Milanofiori Forum – Cologno Nord Gessate

Linea 3: Yellow Line (Linea Gialla or La Gialla) San Donato – Comasina

Linea 4: Blue Line – At the moment (2023) open only from Linate to Dateo

Linea 5: Lilla Line (Linea Lilla or La Lilla) Bignami – San Siro Stadio

Linea 4: (Linea Blu or La Blu) will open around 2023 and will connect the airport Linate with the city center.

BUSES: suffer a bit the traffic jams. To reach your destination we suggest to get close with a metro line and than walk or catch a bus for a shorter section.

NIGHT PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Since 2011 municipality of Milan provides every day a no-stop night service of buses that follow (every 30 minutes) routes of metro lines . Everyday of the week circle lines 90-91 run all night long.

LOCAL TIP: We recommend Tram N°1 line; It goes to the main spots of Milan (Castle, Fashion areas, Cathedral area, La Scala)

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