Milano Public Transit (ATM) is efficient, well connected and affordable. Four metro lines and a fleet of trams, trolleybuses and new-generation buses will move you around for less than 25 euros per month (for under 27 students).
With your ATM pass, you can cross the city on any means of public transportation, including the urban portion of suburban railways: you can even enable it for using the BikeMi bike-sharing service!
(Tip: don't miss a ride on the many 1930's cars still fully operating on some lines!)
Milano has become a green city where sustainability is a priority. Private cars are so yesteryear: the Milanese now prefer to move on foot, bike or scooter. Did you know that Milano is among the best in the world for bike-sharing, as well as car and electric scooter sharing?
Three airports connect Milano to the rest of Italy and the world: Milano Malpensa (MXP), Milano Linate (MIL) and Orio al Serio Bergamo (BGY).
High-speed trains take you from Milano to Rome in less than three hours, and it takes just 1h40m to reach Florence or Venice by Frecciarossa.