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.:. Enquiry about tourist buses 3/24/2010

Dear, Sir or Madam

We are planning to visit Milan by bus, can you send us information about where are bus terminals for tourist buses in Milano and what are fees (and if buses stay overnight)?

Is there any web page with such map or any material you could send me?

Thankyou in advance

Maria


.:. CiaoMilano answer

Hi Marija,

Thanks for writing to CiaoMilano :-)

Most public parking areas in Milan are managed by the local transport authority, ATM. (The ATM parking management reads this message in Cc:)

One of the ATM parking areas - which is in Via del Burchiello, close to the subway station Pagano - can be used by tourist buses, too. This parking area is outdoor, and not patrolled.

Here's the relevant page in the ATM website. Unfortunately, this page is currently in Italian only.

The fare - as you can see - is Euro 6 per hour.

Details - unfortunately, in Italian only - and a map are in a downloadable pdf document.

If we can be of any further help, please let us know. Do not hesitate.

Welcome to Milano :-)

[This answer was updated on January 7, 2014]


 
 

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