There are three competing shuttle bus services. Tickets cost between 8 and 10 euro one way, though roundtrip tickets are also available.
Milan has also taxi services operated by private companies and licensed by the city council of Milan. Some of the taxi operators are TaxiBlu s.c., MilanoTaxi S.n.c, Yellow Multiservice Taxi, etc. All of these taxi operators have an online presence and app-based services such as Uber are also popular.
You can rent a car, scooter or motorbike, provided by many rental companies such as Europcar Milano, Sixt, Easycar, Cooltra Motos Milano, etc. Another enjoyable way to explore Milan is to rent a bicycle. Some of the bicycle rental agencies are BikeMi, Biciclette Rossignoli Milano, Upcycle Milano Bike Cafè and so on.
The Milan Metro is the rapid transit system serving Milan and is operated by Azienda Trasporti Milanesi (ATM).
The public transport company in Milan (ATM) is well-organized. Five metro lines tram, buses, trolley-buses and the over-ground metropolitan train connects the whole city. The Azienda Trasporti Milanesi (ATM) operates within the metropolitan area, running a public transport network made up of an underground rapid transit network and tram, trolley-bus and bus lines. Besides public transport, the ATM manages the interchange parking lots and other transportation services including the bike and car sharing systems.
Walking is also a good way to explore the city. There are several walking tours that provide a glimpse of Milan’s historic places including Sempione Park, Montanelli Gardens, the farmlands and woodlands of Parco Nord Milano, Parco Agricolo Sud Milano and the area of the Parco delle Cave.
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