August is one of the best times to visit Milan: whilst many citizens leave the city to go on holiday, you will be able to move around Milan with public transport more easily and to visit the city with more calm. In this article you will find some ideas on what to do in Milan and how to easily reach the main tourist attractions with Milan public transport.
If you are looking for something refreshing, one of the best places is Bagni Misteriosi: an elegant pool located in the vibrant Porta Romana district. It is a part of the historic heritage of Milan, that dates back to the 1930s, and has been painstakingly restored, with the two large pools and surrounding spaces returned to their original splendour.
In addition to the pool, at Bagni Misteriosi you will also be able to enjoy shows and open-air evening concerts.
Find here how to reach Bagni Misteriosi easily wih public transport:
M3 (Yellow line): Porta Romana stop
Line 62: Piazzale Libia Stop
Line 77: Porta Romana stop
Line 16: Bergamo/Morosini stop
Line 9: Montenero/Pier Lombardo stop
Another must-see if you are in Milan this August is the Pinacoteca di Brera. It is one of the most important museums of the city, located in the beautiful Brera district, that is easily accessible thanks to Milan public transport.
The Pinacoteca di Brera art collection includes some of the greatest masterpieces of Italian and foreign art from the 13th to the 20th century.
The museum, which opened in 1809 thanks to Napoleon Bonaparte, was born as a collection of the finest works of art and was dedicated to the education of students.
Find here how to reach the Pinacoteca di Brera easily with public transport:
M1: Cairoli stop
M2: Lanza stop
M3: Montenapoleone stop
Line 61: Via Pontaccio/Via Monte di Pietà stop
Line 57: Foro Buonaparte stop
Line 1: Via Cusani stop
Line 2: Via Cusani stop
Line 12: Via Cusani stop
Line 14: Via Cusani stop
Line 4: Lanza 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.