Scuola Leonardo da Vinci - Scuola di lingua italiana in Italia

Italian language school "Scuola Leonardo da Vinci ®"

Learn Italian in Florence, Milan, Rome and Siena
Officially authorized by the Italian Ministry of Education

Scuola Leonardo da Vinci ®

How to get to Milan

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Useful information to get to our School in Milan 

By car

  • A1 Motorway Autostrada del Sole linking Milan to Bologna, Florence and Rome, Tangenziale Ovest. Exit Milano viale Liguria
  • A4 Motorway linking Milan to Turin and Venice, Tangenziale Est. Exit Milano Chiari
  • A7 Motorway linking Milan to Genoa. Exit Milano Ovest
  • A8  – A9 Motorway linking Milan to Switzerland, Tangenziale Ovest. Exit Milano viale Liguria

We recommend contacting your automobile club for information and maps for your arrival in Milan.

On the Italian highways, where you have to pay a toll fee, gasoline stations are open 24 hours a day. On the other streets and in the city centers, opening hours of gasoline stations is as follows: 7.30 am - 12.30 pm and 3.30 pm - 7.30 pm. Out of these hours, you have to go to the self-service station where you can pay with 5, 10, 20 or 50 € notes.

Garages and parking areas where you have to pay are easy to find in Milan. Ask for cheaper weekly and monthly fees.

We recommend you to ask for the green insurance card at your automobile club and advise you not to leave any item of value or radio in your cars (insurance for theft).

 

By train  

Take the train from Bologna/Rome/Venice to "Stazione Centrale di Milano" (Milan main railway station). Once arrived, take M2 (green line) with direction “Famagosta” and stop at Romolo.

There are several night- and Eurocity-day-connections with Italy. People under 26 years may receive special discounts. Reservations for sleeping car or couchettes should be made as early as possible, since the trains to Italy are often overbooked, especially in summer.

Once you arrived in Milan by train and you are at the Centrale FS railway station (main railway station), the best way to reach NABA is the subway M2 (green line - direction “Farmagosta”), get off at ROMOLO stop, then walk through Viale Liguria and turn left in Via Segantini, and after 50 metres you will find via Darwin on the right.

 

By plane

Flight to Milan - Linate connected with the centre of the town

You can catch the bus nr. 73, get off at PIAZZA SAN BABILA, then catch the bus nr. 90 until Viale Cassala, or catch the subway M1 (red line) direction Bisceglie and get off at PIAZZALE CADORNA. Then catch the subway M2 (green line - direction Farmagosta), get off at ROMOLO, then walk through Viale Liguria and turn left in Via Segantini, 50 metres further you find via Darwin on your right.

You can also take the Shuttle from Linate Airport to Stazione Centrale. At the Air Terminal then catch the subway M2 (green line - direction Farmagosta), get off at ROMOLO, then walk through Viale Liguria and turn left in Via Segantini, 50 metres further you find via Darwin on your right.


Flight to Milan - Malpensa connected with the centre of the town

You can catch the train Malpensa Express, get off at STAZIONE FERROVIARIA NORD (Piazzale Cadorna), then catch the subway M2 (green line - direction Farmagosta), get off at ROMOLO, then walk through Viale Liguria and turn left in Via Segantini, 50 metres further you find via Darwin on your right.

You can also take the Shuttle from Malpensa Airport to Stazione Centrale or Stazione Feroviaria Nord (Piazzale Cadorna). Then catch the subway M2 (green line - direction Farmagosta), get off at ROMOLO, then walk through Viale Liguria and turn left in Via Segantini, 50 metres further you find via Darwin on your right.


Flight to Bergamo  – Orio Al Serio connected with the centre of the town

You can catch the train, get off at STAZIONE CENTRALE, then catch the subway M2 (green line - direction Farmagosta), get off at ROMOLO, then walk through Viale Liguria and turn left in Via Segantini, 50 metres further you find via Darwin on your right.

You can also take the Shuttle from Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport to Stazione Centrale or Stazione Milano Lambrate. Then catch the subway M2 (green line - direction Farmagosta), get off at ROMOLO, then walk through Viale Liguria and turn left in Via Segantini, 50 metres further you find via Darwin on your right.

 

Transfer to the accommodation:

On your arrival in Milan, we recommend that you take a taxi to your accommodation. Taxis are easily found at the TAXI stations in front of the airport as well as the train station. Don't worry if you don't speak any Italian! It is enough just to show the address to the driver. Attention: Always use a yellow or white painted taxi as they have a meter. Private taxis are likely to overcharge you.

On request Scuola Leonardo da Vinci offers you a transfer service from the airport / railway station to the accommodation. Should you request a transfer, we ask you to indicate it on the enrolment form or write to us at least one week before arrival. We need exact information about your arrival day, arrival time, flight or train number. Click here for more information.

SCUOLA LEONARDO DA VINCI MILAN

Officially authorized by the Italian Ministry of Education.
Address: Via Darwin 20  IT - 20143, Milano, Italia
Telephone: (+39) 02-8324.1002 - Fax: (+39) 02-8942.5256
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