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How to reach MilanMilan can be easily reached by air, train, and car. The city is served by two airports, Linate, the city airport of Milan, and Malpensa, about 50 km northwest of the city.
Low cost airlines also fly to Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport (www.orioaeroporto.it), which is connected by a bus service to Milan (www.shuttlebusexpress.com, www.autostradale.it).
From Linate Airport to Milan: ordinary city bus (nr. 73) (1 euro tickets can be purchased inside the airport at the news stand or at the vending machine) takes you to the city center (Piazza San Babila). Starfly buses (2.5 euro tickets) take you to Central Station. A cab ride to downtown will cost in the range of 15 euros (www.sea-aeroportimilano.it/newsea/index.php?url=en/lin_da.shtml).
From Malpensa Airport: The train Malpensa Express (www.ferrovienord.it/webmxp/) connects Malpensa Airport with the center of Milan (Milan Cadorna FN Station and Red and Green lines). Travel time is about 40 minutes, with trains that leave in both directions every half-hour. There is also a shuttle bus service from Malpensa to the Central Train Station (www.malpensashuttle.it/).
How to reach the conference venueThe conference will take place at the Palazzo Greppi, Sala Napoleonica, downtown Milan.
The Conference venue is located in Via S. Antonio 12 (2) close to the main building of the Università degli Studi di Milano, Via Festa del Perdono (1).
The University is a five-minute walk from Missori underground station (Metropolitana, yellow line) and Duomo underground station (red line).
A wide network of buses and trams and the underground system (metropolitana) cover the entire city and generally all the main places can be reached within half an hour.
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