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In order to fight any further diffusion of COVID-19, public and private meetings are strongly discouraged in all the country.
People must stay at home. A distance of a meter or so is kept in case of any personal encounters. Webcams have temporarily become the default communication tool.
Shops, bars, restaurants, museums, exhibitions, theaters, concert halls and cinemas are closed till Monday, April 13 at least; so are schools and universities. Supermarkets, pharmacies, tobacconists and computer shops are allowed to make exceptions to the rule. Sport events have been suspended at all. More official news here.

 
A CiaoMilano video by Elisa Munafò.

Milan’s street cars date back to 1841 when they were pulled by horses. From those horsedrawn trolleys to electric trams and filobus (‘trolley buses’) to the more modern jumbo trams, public transport has kept apace with the growth and modernization of the city.
.:. Many trams date back to 1928; they are wonders of design and engineering and still run efficiently. You can ride them and enjoy the lacquered wooden bench seats and the original Art Nouveau lamps.

 
 

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Milan city tours
Double-deckers? A visit to the San Siro stadium? The Last Supper, otherwise difficult to book?
You can reserve a bus or a specialized tour through our partner Viator.
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