Milan's subway map

Milan subway map is a diagram showing the lines and stations of the Milan subway.
They run through the beautiful city of Milan and make it easy to reach the most famous buildings in the city.
The subway lines are identified by distinct colors for better legibility of your route. Some lines allow you to connect to other forms of public transportation such as trams or buses.
There's nothing like visiting the city of Milan without being stuck in traffic. Less polluting, less tiring, opt for the subway and other public transportation. It is now an essential means of transportation for travel in a large city like Milan.

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Milan Subway's map
Milan Subway's map

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More Information about the Milan Metro

The Milan Metro comprises four metro lines and was inaugurated in 1964.
The Milan Metropolitan network spans over 96 km of tracks. You can travel with the first metro from 6:00 am or board the last metro at 12:30 am.

Metro Ticket Prices

The unit price of a metro ticket is €2. You can obtain 24-hour tickets for €4.50 and 72-hour tickets for €8.25.

Other packages are available as well. You can benefit from a package of 10 trips for €13.80. There is a special package after 8:00 pm, allowing unlimited travel for only €3.

You can also take advantage of the city card that allows you to travel to many museums.

Line 1

Milan Metro Line 1 travels through the city from Sesto 1º Maggio FS station to Bisceglie or Rho Fieramilano stations (be aware of the junction at Pagano metro station). It consists of 28 stops and covers 27 km of tracks.

Line 2 of the Milan Metro

Line 2 spans over 40 km, passing through 35 metro stations across 9 municipalities. It is called the green line, starting from the southwest at the station Assago Milanofiori Forum and ending in the northeast at the station Gessate.

Stations at the Cascina Gobba junction

Line 3 of the Metro

Metro Line 3 of Milan travels from north to south. It spans over 16 km with 21 stops. Line 3 is accessible to people with reduced mobility at all stations.

Line 4 of the Milan Metro

The metro line, in its final version, will run from west to east in the city for almost 6 km with 6 stations. Like Line 3, the yellow line is fully accessible to people with disabilities.

Easily travel by subway to Milan

The subway, short for "metropolitan railway," is a form of urban public transportation that allows you to travel through different metropolitan areas around the world without driving. No more endless traffic jams during rush hour. Taking public transportation or taking the subway has become very easy today. La carte de métro est téléchargeable ou accessible en ligne. The subway ticket can be purchased at the counter or with your phone. The price of tickets is more affordable than a taxi and more environmentally friendly.