Milano is a city of trams. Yellow, green and orange electric street cars have been in use for almost a century. Many lines are still served by the same beautiful, creaky and exceptionally sturdy 1928 trams, which continuously criss-cross the city day and night, some of which can be admired as far as San Francisco. But there’s also the ultra-modern and extra-long Sirio trams going from North to South of Milano and back, and the orange 1970s jumbos.
We think that the experience of discovering the city on a tram offers an added and unique charm to your visit! As a first escapade, we propose a new route on an old tram: the #10 which goes from Porta Ticinese to Viale Lunigiana, behind the Central Station.