Milano is located in the Lombardy Region northern Italy. Milano is well connected with all most important Italian towns by high-speed trains (Freccia Rossa), in 3-4 hours can be reached Rome and Naples as well as 1 or 1.5 hour Turin or Florence.
Lombardy Region have many old towns and natural sites such as Mountains, Lakes (Lago Maggiore and Como). Towns and landscapes can be appreciated in every season with different opportunities for students and tourists. Milano is well connected by airport the closest is Milano Linate about 10 minutes from the Campus Città Studi. In addition, there are the international airport of Milano Malpensa and Milano-Bergamo which are about 1 h far from the Campus. Both host low-cost companies which have regular flights to several destinations such as: France, Spain, Great Britain, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Poland, etc.
LIVING IN Milano
Milano is one of the largest towns in Italy and the city has been recognized as one of the world’s four fashion capitals due to the high number of international events and fairs. Milano has more than one million of inhabitants, with a historical center rich in museums, churches and the famous Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II one of the oldest shopping mall in Italy. Milano have several theatres with a wide number of events and every week-end there are always interesting entertainment events. Milan is a multi-ethnic city and foreign students can easily find cultures and foods from their countries of origin
The Metropolitan and countryside area offer many possibilities to students and tourists for discovering small, interesting villages, with peculiar arts and cultures. There is the possibility to reach the closest mountains where there are exciting places for skiing in winter and lovely walks in summer.