Hei Travellers and Backpackers,
As you know, we care a lot about environment and we always encourage tourists and locals to use public transportation in Milan. It is cheaper and you can feel the vibes of the city.
First of all take a look here where you can find very useful tips with reference to the network; but if you arrived in this page probably you are looking for information concerning public transport tickets in Milan.
Which Ticket fit better with my needs?
Single ticket: €1.50 – valid 90′ after it is stamped
Carnet of 10 tickets: €13.80 – can be used for ten trips, each ticket is valid for 90′ after it is stamped
Day Pass: €4,50 – valid for 24 hrs after it is stamped
Two-days pass: €8.25 – valid 48 hrs after it is stamped
Weekly pass (2×6): €10.00 – two 90′ trips a day after is stamped for six days
Night ticket: €3.00 – Valid from 8pm until the end of service on the day it is stamped and it is valid on the ATM urban and suburban network
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
Where Can I buy Tickets?
Tickets are on sale at:
Atm Point: in the following stations: 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 underground stations (available in English, French, German, Spanish)
For longer periods you can go to Atm Point in the following stations: Duomo M1-M3, Cadorna M1-M2, Centrale FS M2-M3, Loreto M1-M2, Romolo M2 and Garibaldi M2-M5
More info: www.atm-mi.it