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Summer in Milan – How to move around in summer

Even if it doesn’t have the seaside, summer is a great time to visit Milan. During this season, there are many attractions that you can enjoy and easily reach thanks to Milan public transports.

Escape from the heat is not easy, but the parks are a great place to stay even during the hottest days. The largest park in Milan is Parco Sempione, a beautiful green park constructed in 1988, that is the perfect place to enjoy a walk or a picnic among flowers and greenery, far from the hustle and bustle of the urban jungle.

Parco Sempione is located in the center of Milan, nearby the Sforza Castle (Castello Sforzesco).

The park is open from 6.30 am to 11.30 pm.

You can reach Parco Sempione easily with public transports:


M1 (Red Line): Cadorna stop or Cairoli Castello stop

M2 (Green Line): Cadorna stop or Lanza stop


Line 4, Piazza Castello stop


Line 58, Cadorna stop

Line 61, Cadorna or Cairoli stop

Another very special place, that we suggest you to visit during summer time, is the Darsena (the Dock of Milan) and the Navigli District (the canals of Milan). This districts tells you that Milan once was a city of water: Navigli are indeed a canal system studied by Leonardo da Vinci and commissioned by Ludovico il Moro (around 1482).In this area you will find a unique atmosphere, very different from the rest of the city, with many bars, restaurants, ethnic markets and trendy shops where to enjoy your summer days and evenings.

You can reach Darsena and Navigli District easily with public transports:


M3 (Green line): Porta Genova stop


Line 2, Porta Genova stop

Line 3, Piazza Ventiquattro maggio stop

Line 14, Porta Genova stop


Porta Genova stop

Remember! To access  Milan Public Transport network, remember to buy the ticket that best suits your need, you can find all the tickets at your disposal clicking here.

Milan Travel Card: It is possible to purchase the Milan Travel Card to have free access to public transportation, and discounts in many museums and attraction in Milan at the price of 12,50 € (for 24h), 17,50 € (for 48h) and 19,50€ (for 72h), click here for more information.