How to get there by public transport
Tram 2, 3, 9, 10, 14, 15; bus: 94
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The church is located in a Ztl area (limited traffic area). It is possible to park on the blue lines in Via Gian Galeazzo. Disabled parking permit holders can park in the square in front of the basilica. In Corso di Porta Ticinese there is 1 parking space reserved for disabled parking permit holders.
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The entrance to the basilica is formed by a main entrance and two side entrances: it has three steps that can be avoided by a stone ramp (length: 4m; slope of 18% for the first stretch, 22% for the second stretch). A double leaf door (width: 160 cm – always open) and a hinged door (width: 90 cm) take you inside the church.
Accessibility for people with sensory disabilities
Inside the church it is present an informative panel (h 85 cm from the ground) with a short text in Italian, in English and in Braille, too. It is possible to orienteer inside the building thanks to a raised plan in the central part of the panel. A depiction of the overview of the façade integrates visual and tactile contents. A Frame QR Code or a NFC for smartphone allow to establish peer-to-peer radio communications: audio suitable for people with visual impairment and video with subtitles and translation of the texts in Lis (Italian Sign Language) suitable for people with acoustic impairment. It describes, after a short introduction about the building history, its structure, some artworks and its façade.
The Basilica di Sant'Eustorgio stands along one of the most important roads connecting Milan to Pavia. Tradition says that it was built to the orders of Bishop Eustorgio to house the relics of the Three Wise Men. Inside it is possible to admire a cycle of frescoes by Vincenzo Foppa, with episodes from the life of the saint.
The basilica is divided into 3 naves with cross vaults. The central and side naves are accessible. To access the Rosario, San Tommaso and Santissimo Sacramento Chapels, on the right side of the Basilica, you must overcome 2 steps (13 cm high each) while to reach the Cappella Viscontea there is only one step (3,5 am high).
The inclination of the marble floor (slope of 11%) allows to access easily to the sottocoro from the bottom of both aisles.
The Cappella dei Magi is in the right transept and is formed by two side by side rooms.
The Cappella Portinari can be visited from the Museo di Sant'Eustorgio, on the left side of the Basilica.
One toilet can be easily reached from the sottocoro, through a double leaf door (85 cm wide) and a short ramp (slope of 7%) and has the following characteristics:
- Dressing room with single leaf door (80 cm wide)
- Wall-mounted washbasin (clear space in front: 82 cm)
- Bathroom with a hinged door (70 cm wide)
- Wall-mounted toilet (clear space: in front 72 cm, on the right side 50 cm, on the left side 24 cm).