Milano is open and safe

In the respect of social distancing rules we can have fun and be together

Milano is safer: the rules have changed but you can still enjoy exclusive events, theatre shows and outdoor cinema screenings, city life's comforts and travel opportunities offered by Milano airports. We can all take part in the things that happen in the city by respecting social distancing measures and sanitary restrictions.

 

In general, the use of the mask is mandatory in public enclosed spaces (including public transport), while on the outside is obligatory when it's not possible to mantain safe distance. For more detailed information on the legal restrictions in place, please refer to the Official Website of Regione Lombardia.

Events

Milano Digital Fashion Week ended a few days ago in an almost completely virtual edition. The only exceptions were the Etro show at the Four Seasons Hotel and Dolce&Gabbana catwalk in the courtyard of the Humanitas Hospital in Rozzano (Milano). But there are still many events waiting for you: from concerts and shows at Castello Sforzesco to the summer exhibitions, you'll have a wide choice! Remember to book your seat or your visit online and always show up with your mask on!

 

If you are interested in sporting events and competitions, Serie A restarted on June 20th and will end in August. You can watch the matches on tv, because stadiums remain closed to the public. 

Theatres and outdoor cinemas

Teatro alla Scala reopened with 4 special concerts on July 6th, 8th, 13th and 15th. But you can live the excitement of live theatre in many other locations in the city: Triennale Summer 2020 for example, offers a rich programme of shows and open-air cinema projections (and you can also visit the Design Museum for free); Porta Romana Mysterious Baths await you with the performances organized by Teatro Franco Parenti; finally, you can't miss AriAnteo outdoor cinema in 3 top locations of Milano - Chiostro dell'Incoronata, Palazzo Reale and Triennale. Always consult the organizers' website to find out more about sanitary restrictions and social distancing measures.

City Life

Commercial shops are open. You can visit street level shops respecting the sanitary restrictions applied in each one. Official sales in Milano will be starting from Saturday, July 25th, and continue for 60 days, a good chance for low price shopping!

 

Grocery shops, street urban markets and pharmacies are open with limited entrance of people, as well as banks, post-offices and other primary services offices that apply sanitary restrictions. Restaurants, bars, pubs and hotels are operating in compliance with health regulations. 

 

Local public transportation and taxis are operating with limited seats. Travel on public transport involves the mandatory use of the mask

 

The entrance to the parks is allowed, gyms and swimming pools reopened since June, 1st. 

Travel

Milano airports (Milano Linate airport; Terminal 1 of Milano Malpensa airport, while Terminal 2 is temporarily closed; Bergamo - Orio al Serio) are operating. Access to airports is regulated through unidirectional routes that control the flow of passengers to make travelers and staff stay at the airport as safe as possible. It is recommended to arrive at the airports in advance to ensure that all operations are carried out in compliance with the necessary security measures. 

 

Travel to and from the following States shall not be subject to any limitations and passengers do not need to provide reasons for traveling: Member States of the European Union, Schengen Area Countries, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Andorra, Principality of Monaco, Republic of San Marino and Vatican City State.

 

From July 9th to 31st, all persons who – in the previous 14 days – traveled to or transited/stayed in the following countries are not allowed to enter Italy, namely: Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bosnia Herzegovina, Chile, Kosovo, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Oman, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic, Serbia.

 

Trainlines are operating too with limited number of seats and in compliance with sanitary restrictions.