Milano is a main motorway interchange that connects the city to the rest of Italy and to Europe. It can be reached by car from five different motorways connected to each other by the Milanese ring road system.
Milano can be reached by the following motorways:
A4 Turin - Trieste
A1 Milano - Naples
A7 Milano - Genoa
A8 Milano - Varese (Milano - Lakes)
A ticket must be collected at the booth upon entry to the motorway, excluding Telepass holders who have dedicated lanes. Prior to exit the payment must be made in cash, by credit or debit card, or with a prepaid card.
Milano ring roads:
The tangenziali form a sort of ring around the city and the hinterland that is about 180 km long. It is almost entirely free of charge, only some sections require a toll.
The tangenziali are:
A50 Tangenziale Ovest (west)
A51 Tangenziale Est (east)
A58 Tangenziale Est Esterna (external east)
A52 Tangenziale Nord (north)
From Monday to Friday, from 07:30 to 19:30, cars entering the centre of Milan are subject to an Area C payment charge.