Targeting Microbiota 2018 will be held at University of Milan

university of Milan targeting Microbiota 2018 venue

 University of Milan / Università degli studi di Milano
Via Festa del Perdono 7 - 20122 Milano

How to reach the University of Milan:

Linate Airport is about 10 km from Milan city centre.
Take bus N° 73 to the city centre and get off at Piazza San Babila  (close to the underground station - line 1/red line), a few minutes walk from the Università degli Studi di Milano.

Malpensa Airport is about 50 km from Milan city centre.
There are links  to the Central Station - by bus - and to Cadorna Railway Station - by Malpensa Express train. Once you are at Cadorna station take Bus 94 (direction P.ta Nuova) if you inten to go to Via Festa del Perdono, or underground -line 2  (to Piola station) if you are heading  for Città Studi.

The Central Station (Stazione Centrale), Milan's main railway station, is located at the hub of the transport network. This is also where two of the main underground lines intersect (line 2/green line; line 3/yellow line).

Getting Around:

Milan is a singular city. The urban landscape is not dominated by monuments and works of art, as it is in Venice, Florence or Rome, but by the many faces of the city, which conceal many unique treasures and mysteries.

Milan is famous for fashion, for theatre and for the international scope of its trade fairs – and will become even more so in view of Expo 2015 – but to discover the city you must know where to look or simply wander around, venturing into the internal courtyards of the private palazzos in the city centre or visiting the numerous historic buildings that are open to the public.

Sights to see include the numerous masterpieces preserved in the museums (the Brera Picture Gallery, the Ambrosiano Museum, the Museum of Modern Art) and the wonderful Romanesque churches, such as the Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio and the Basilica of Sant’Eustorgio (which is said to hold the remains of the three Magi, brought by the Saint from Constantinople).

It is also advisable to visit the striking gothic structure of the Duomo, the age-old symbol of the city, and pass beneath the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele that leads to the Scala, the temple of opera and symphonic music.

There are also many possibilities for excursions to the outskirts of the city and to other places in the region.

Milan is not far from Lake Como, Lake Maggiore and Lake Garda, the Alps, the Ligurian Sea (90 minutes away) and Venice (a 2 ½ hour train journey).