Milan is the second most populous city in Italy, after Rome. Known as one of the world's fashion capitals, Milan has a vibrant economy with ample shopping. Stunning architecture and art are on display throughout the city, including the landmark Duomo di Milano and Leonardo da Vinci's iconic Last Supper.

Traveling to Milan, Italy

Visas: Click here for information about Italian visas.

Flying to Milan: Milan is serviced by three airports: Linate, Malpensa and Bergamo (Orio al Serio). 


  • Linate (LIN) is the closest airport to the city and the ISTH Congress venue, the MiCo. Learn more about transit to and from Linate here.

  • Malpensa (MXP) is the largest airport near Milan. It is approximately 40 km from Milan, but has convenient trains to the city center in addition to other transit options. Learn more.

  • Bergamo (BGY) is the main airport for low-cost European airlines, but it is the furthest from the city center at 45 km away. Buses are available to take passengers to the city center. Learn more.

Public Transit in Milan

Milan has an extensive public transit system featuring trains, subways, trams and buses. Learn more here.

Where to Stay?

We strongly recommend you take advantage of the ISTH 2020 negotiated rates for hotels in Milan. Learn more and book your hotel.

The ISTH 2020 Congress will take place at the Milano Convention Centre (MiCo):
Piazzale Carlo Magno, 1, 
20149 Milano MI, Italy