Tourist Information Offices in Milan

While Milan is not a very complicated city, it is always nice to know that, if necessary, visitors have where to turn to in order to orient better and to learn about the tourist essentials of the city. The two tourist information offices managed by Provincia di Milano are at hand in this respect. One is located in Piazza Castello, and the other in Milano Centrale. On top of the information they provide, they also offer all sorts of guides and maps (usually, for free), as well as other informative materials to help tourists keep up to date with the ongoing and upcoming events of the art, cultural and entertainment scene of the city.

Piazza Castello Tourist Information Office

The office located in Piazza Castello is the central tourist information point of Milan. The fact the office is located here is not a coincidence: the area is replete with sights which should not miss from any visitor’s sightseeing tour of Milan: the Sempione Park and the Sforzesco Castle (with its gorgeous museums) turn the area into one of Milan’s must-visits. The presence of a tourist information office here is only natural.

Name:
Piazza Castello Tourist Information Office (Informazione e Accoglienza Turistica Piazza Castello)
Address:
1, Piazza Castello (corner Via Luca Beltrami), 20121, Milan, Italy
Telephone:
0039 02 77404343
Fax:
0039 02 77404333
Email:
iat.info@provincia.milano.it
Website:
www.visitamilano.it

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9am to 6pm; Saturdays: 9am to 1:30pm and 2pm to 6pm; Sundays: 9am to 1:30pm and 2pm to 6pm

Central Station Info Box

The second tourist information office managed by Provincia di Milano is located at Milano Centrale. Its location is just as inspired, given the Central Station is one of the crucial transport hubs of Milan.

Name:
Central Station Info Box (Sportello Stazione Centrale)
Address:
Milano Centrale, Milan, Italy
Telephone:
0039 02 77404318
Email:
iat.info@provincia.milano.it
Website:
www.visitamilano.it

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9am to 6pm; Saturdays: 9am to 1:30pm and 2pm to 6pm; Sundays: 9am to 1:30pm and 2pm to 6pm

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