Address: Via Roberto Sarfatti, 25, 20100 Milano, Italy
Telephone: +39 02 5836 3434
Website: Bocconi University
The City of Milan known for its excellence in fashion, extensive art and cultural history including an assortment of churches, monuments and classical buildings. From the magnificent Duomo Cathedral, the 14th century Castello Sforzesco to the modern high end fashion retailers, exquisite Italian food and just about everything else in between Milan has enough to capture the imagination.
Find out more about this wonderful city:
Weather - What to expect
Italy's climate is predominantly Mediterranean: Alpine in the far north; hot and dry in the south. In Milan temperatures range from 6 to 18 degrees while humidity is quite high throughout the whole year. During spring, temperatures in Milan are the most pleasant of the year, but are characterised by highly changeable weather conditions. So be sure to pack for any event: Accuweather.com
Hotels in Milan cater for all types and budgets with a particular focus on the business traveller due to Milan being the financial captial of Italy. Below are some websites and prefered suppliers for hotels near the university.
Travel & Transportation
There are very useful websites, giving detailed information on travel to and within Milan. Please check these out as you plan your visit to Milan and the Teaching & Learning Conference 2017 by Blackboard.
For helpful information to travel around Milan Click here
Milan has 3 main airports: LINATE, mainly for domestic and EU flights, MALPENSA for all other flights and BERGAMO for low cost flights.
The Central Station (Stazione Centrale) is in Piazza Duca d'Aosta and is the main hub for train travel.
Below you can find the main links which describe ticket prices, where to buy them and train times:
Below is some useful information about the main commuter railway stations in Milan: