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from December 2008
Mon-Sun 7am-midnight

Like many other European cities, Milan has a public service of bike sharing as well, trying to decrease traffic and pollution.
.:. Tourists and visitors can choose a weekly or daily pass and register their account by using an online form at the BikeMi website, including the credit card number. With your code and the password you can get to any of the over two hundred stations and follow the instructions on the display.
.:. Take your bike, ride it for no more than two consecutive hours and then put the bike in any other BikeMi station.
.:. Electric or booster bikes are available, as is a Junior BikeMi service for kids under the age of 16, under different fare rules.
.:. Two more bike sharing services - even more manageable, as they are free-flow -- have recently been made available: please check the ofo and the Mobike websites.

Event several locations

Euro 4.50 (daily pass), 9 (weekly pass), 36 (annual pass); the first 30 minutes are free, then Euro 0.50 every 30 minutes; 2 consecutive hours max
800 808181


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