All the tickets and travel cards are valid for all of Milan’s transport: urban buses, trams, metro andurban trains.
You can buy ATM tickets at any of the around 2.200 authorized outlets (bars, tobacconists, stationers, newspaper stands) found throughout the Milan area and on intercity routes. Search for authorised outlets on GiroMilano.
You can also use the ATM MILANO APP to purchase: urban single tickets and urban day passes.
You can travel on the metro by paying easily at the ticket gate with Mastercard, Visa, Maestro and VPay contactless cards. Further information about the use of contactless cards on metro are available at this link.
See more information about Milan public transports on the ATM Website.
Milan’s climate is similar to much of Northern Italy’s inland plains, with hot, humid summers and cold, foggy winters. Usually in summer humidity levels are high and peak temperatures can climb above 30°C (86 °F). In early September the weather is generally warm and comfortable. This season enjoys clearer skies with an average of more than 13 hours of daylight. When precipitations occur though, there is a higher likelihood of them being thunderstorms.