Venue & Travel Information

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AMP Europe 2023 is pleased to offer you special rates in the official congress hotel.

Please make your reservation through the following booking link directly at the hotel: 

Venue information​

Venue address


Strada 1 Milanofiori | 20057 Assago (MI) | ITALY

Travel information to the congress centre can be found here:

How to travel to and within Milan

With the extensive public transportation system of Milan, it is possible to travel almost everywhere with the local metro, tram and bus.

The international airport “Malpensa International airport” of Milan connects many major cities such as Toronto, London, Delhi and Moscow. There is a total of three airports in Milan, each with reliable shuttle services that bring people to and away from the airport quickly.

The “Malpensa International airport” is located outside of the main city of Milan, in the province of Varese, 50 kilometers from the inner city. With the airport shuttle services, one can get from the airport to the main train station of Milan in about 40 minutes. 
The Malpensa Express Train brings one to downtown Milan in about 50 minutes. With 146 trips a day and at a frequency of 30 minutes, it is a reliable way to travel to and from the airport.
Contrary to most cities in Europe, Taxis rarely stop when hailed in the street. One may however find a taxi easily at the taxi stand or by calling to book one in advance.
Bus tickets can be purchased at a metro station or a tabacchi (a tobacco shop) and must be stamped upon boarding the bus. A stamped ticket allows for a ride up to 90 minutes with unlimited transfers on trams and buses and includes one metro ride. There is also an ATM app where single-ride tickets and day passes can be bought online using a credit card.
The metro is often the fastest way to get around town. Two of the four lines that run through the city stop at the Duomo and allow for easy connections to Milan Central Station. One may purchase a ticket from the machines at the metro station, which offer services in multiple languages. One ride, including transfers, costs 1.50 euros, and a ticket is needed to enter and exit the metro. Upon validation of the ticket, one may ride up to 90 minutes on trams and buses.
Many tramlines connect outer neighbourhoods to the historic centre. Just as with bus tickets, tram tickets can be bought at a metro station or a tabacchi (tobacco shop) and tickets have to be stamped upon boarding the tram. A stamped ticket allows for a ride up to 90 minutes with unlimited transfers on trams and buses and one metro ride.

The Uber-Service is available in Italy (Roma and Milan) but it’s not the same. Only Uber Black is available, meaning higher prices and nicer vehicles. If you don’t mind the slight price increase, then Uber is perfectly safe to use in Italy.

Milan is blessed with the best public transit system in all of Italy; an efficient network of metros, busses, and trams work together to get you the most anywhere you’d want to go. Ride Share services like Uber operate here as well, along with taxis who will usually pull over when hailed from the sidewalk. In recent years, bike shares have cropped up around town, providing another option for quick trips.

Bicycles are environmentally friendly and practical when moving in the city. Milano offers cycling fans about 144 kilometers of cycling routes and lanes on a completely flat territory. Adults do not need to wear a helmet. Bike sharing is present with fix pick-up and drop-off points as well as free floating that can be booked via app.