The Metro is an excellent and cheap way to get round Milan. The trains were very clean and I don't remember ever having to wait very long for one to turn up. In the evenings that gates were open and we could use it without paying.
Using the advice of our guide we bought a metro ticket at a bookstall - they only cost 1 Euro and give you one metro journey plus unlimited bus & trams for up to 75 minutes. A good system & the three metro lines seem very efficient and uncrowded.
See the map of the center of Milan.
In this tip you can see the three line of the underground : line 1 - red
line 2 - green
line 3 - yellow
line blue is the railway which connect a part of suburbs (un'espece de RER pour le français)
note : red line underground have near the station's name .Other red line are the main street named 'Regions boulevards' (i viali delle regioni): viale Umbria, viale abruzzi, viale campania, ecc. ecc.
Azienda Trasporti Municipali
The subway of Milan is convenient to take you around . It is easy to get the metro map everywhere . The price is cheap , too . Click here for more infomation Metro in Milano
Hmmm, well I cabbed it there for 20 CDN....just cause I had no idea how to get there...but if you looked there's a subway station right there that will take you a block away from the hostel! And that only costs about 2000 Lires! 1.70 CDN...
Walk or take the bus!! Great way to see the city.
This ticket is valid for 48 hours once validated for unlimited travel; costs Eu6.00.
Ticket front & terms & conditions on back
With EUR 1, you can travel around the city (for single ride). We took metro from Milano Central FS to Duomo station, it's very convenient.
Notice the big M sign.
The easiest way to move around Milano is the Subway. The tree lines are running under the whole city.
It's cheap because you can have a daily ticket for 3€ and go around for many times you want.
The big "M" indicates where a metro stop is and you can easily access the way to catch a metro by following the steps down to the platforms