Milan has a dense public transport network.
Three subway lines and several tram lines, trolley buses and buses allow you to easily reach any part of the city up to late evening. The ticket for a single run costs € 1 and lasts 75 minutes, but there are different types of subscriptions and discounts for students or frequent travelers.
The site of the ATM, the Milanese Transport Company, offers comprehensive information and allows to calculate the shortest route by entering the desired destination. On the company portal, you can download the updated schedule of transmission lines.
Recently in the territory of Milan has been activated an efficient service of Bike Sharing BikeMi, through which you can get around the city on two wheels with all the advantages of cycling in city traffic.
From Milan it is possible to reach any destination in the country by train.
The railway stations are numerous (Milano Centrale is the most important) and easily reachable by public transport. The area north of Lombardy is also served by the Ferrovie Nord railway line.
Milan is connected to the rest of the world by two major airports: Milan Linate and Milan Malpensa. Not far from the city, but easily reachable from numerous shuttle shuttles, is also the airport of Orio al Serio.
The portals of these three airports are full of information about the accessibility and air traffic.