Milan Travel Guide A classic city-guide full of all the normal tourist attractions and it links text and maps. Languages: English, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Chinese (Download for iPhone | Android)
VisitMilano A great app for visiting Milan with information on Public transport, exhibitions, concerts etc, a little simpler than Guida Milano above (Download for iPhone | Android)
Spotted by Locals. This app has more than 70 city guides – including the one for Milan – and tells you what is worth seeing in the opinion of the people who live in Milan (also check out their blog here). Lots of great features.
(Download for Android | iPhone)
Electrical scooters are a popular way to get around in Milan, watch out for yourself out there in traffic, you can not go over 20 km per hour, and where there are bicycle paths you have to go on them, otherwise you have to ride in the street to the right in the same direction as traffic (!) you are not allowed to ride on sidewalks, the scooters are only allowed in the centre of the city. Here are the apps you can download for Milan:
ATM Milano Official App This is a great app for public transport, it tells you which bus and metro stops are near you, you can plan your trips and you can also use it to find the BikeMi hubs (See the article on public transport). (Download for Android | iPhone)
MyTaxi If you need to call for a taxi and don’t speak Italian the easiest thing is to use the official app myTaxi. (Download for Android | iPhone)
Uber The world’s most famous ride sharing service is legal in Milan and works fine so if you cannot get a taxi or you have to wait too long this is a good alternative. (Download Android | iPhone)
Mobike A dock-free bike sharing service, where you can find a bicycle near you. The price is €0,30 for every half hour. (Download Android | iPhone)
Movi by Mobike Mobike has now also launched a white and orange e-bike, watch where you park it if you don’t want fines. Read more about that here. (Download for Android | iPhone)
Besdes this network many shops and cafés have their own open WiFi networks you can access.
You can now charge your smartphone completely for free here in Milan at the public locations for charging batteries. Some have been set up by A2A (Milan’s power company) and others by the municipality.So far Phase 1 has been completed with 15 purple so-called digital islands, where Milanese and tourists can sit down, relax and charge their smartphones.
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