Insider tip no. 9: Milan bike tour rentals and bike sharing.

See Milan from a different perspective with bike tour rentals. You can also rent a bike for the entire time you spend here.

IMG_8199We have already spoken of the city’s Bike sharing system BikeMI elsewhere but if you’d like to have your “own” bike during your stay you can rent it at the historical bike shop Rossignoli which you find here:

71, Corso Garibaldi.(find on map)
open Monday 2.30-7 pm
Tuesday-Saurday 9 am.-12.30 pm/2.30 -7 pm

40, Via Solari (find on map)
open Monday 3.-7.30 pm
Tuesday-Friday 9 a.m.-12.30 p.m./3-7.30 pm
Saturday 9-12.30 p.m.

Cost
1 day €12
2 days €24
3 days €34
4 days €43
5 days €52
6 days €59

1 week €65
Deposit €100,00

Rossignoli also organize tours of the city on bicycle in Italian and English and to book and get information call +3902804960 some days in advance.

Mobike (on the left in the photo) and OFO.

2 operators in the dockless or free flow bike sharing service, also called Uber for bicycles, have arrived in Milan, you need to download the apps for the services in order to begin to use it. Find the links for the app download here.

The first one is Mobike, the orange and black bicycles you have probably seen around the city,  The price is €0.30 for every half hour.

The second is OFO with the characteristic yellow bicycles that technically are of a slightly better quality and at the moment they are free of charge probably until the beginning of October where the price will be revealed.

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