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This pass is cheap and worth it. The two free taxi rides they refer to us an Uber, so you will need the app and at least wi-fi to request an Uber car, but I definitely loved this option. We got to ride in style in a Mercedes under the Uber Black Car option. The metro pass was definitely useful and convenient.
Milano Card was our best investment when visiting Milan. Loved the ease of getting around with the pass.
First the bad what a nightmare finding the office at la centrale that hands these out even trying to follow instructions as its on a half floor.Used it fully and definitely paid for itself.
Very impressed with this card had access to trams, metro and trains was the best option for travelling around Milano. Best of all enjoyed the tram ride. Would definitely recommend.
We collected this pass at centre station, very convenience! But this pass is not included "Last Super" tour which you need to make appointment before your tour. Originally, we ordered "Milan Pass" which did include the "Last Super" tour, but when we saw this Sightseeing pass, we made mistake to switch to it, and didn't make appointment right after for the "Last Super" tour. So, unfortunately this July trip we couldn't get chance to view this greatest paint in Milan. Except this, this Sightseeing pass is pretty useful.
Difficult to find the office - on the first 'half 'floor in the central station! Didn't use the card on Day 1 as walked everywhere or went on Red Bus tour. Was handy as days went on for getting round city. Got money off Duomo tickets but 'free' visits weren't always free so need to check. Did get discounts though and also we went to suggested places we wouldn't otherwise have visited. Good for piece of mind about travelling and allowed us to get down to the canals and back.
The Milano Card was a good value for the money. We used it to ride the city's buses and subways, as well as get discounts as several museum. The only trouble was finding the card distribution booth at the Milan Central Train Station. The booth location photo provided on the website was not accurate. Make sure to ask for the Milan Tourism booth at the train station.
I spent a couple of hours trying to locate the Milan Pass office. We followed instructions from several people until eventually finding it. Not easy!!
Card good value, but some information and discount is not what descriptions promises, one example, bus to airport only 10 %, not up 25 like was promised.
The pass itself worked very well. We had difficulty in converting your voucher to the pass at Milan Central because a) a violent storm brought down tram cables, giving us a 90 minute walk through a downpour and b) finding the Ticket-Mi kiosk closed when eventually we found it.
You could improve the service by a) opening a city-centre kiosk near the Duomo and b) giving more precise directions to Ticket-Mi.
Still waiting for my 2 promised taxi rides. The taxi guys did not have any knowledge about this?
The pass was useful for the transit options but we already had tickets for most of the museums that were eligible for discounts. Retail discounts weren't for anything we were buying.
Sightseeing buses where not included and ended up costing 20 euro per day or 25 euro in a 4 days deal. Leonardo da Vinci museum by the Galleria was not included either, just the science museum. I bet the other things included having this card, are in fact, included. So basically theres no ''promises that werent kept'' having this card. But I thought worth mentioning whats not included since both are quite big highlights og discovering Milan. Its worth reading carefully through whats with this deal before buying. Unlimited metro travelling with this card was a positive thing.
This was a waste of money - we only used the transport section and would have saved money by simply buying a book on train tickets.
Isla and Michael
It was very difficult to find the Milan Tourism Point-TiketMi office for a first visitor in Milan. By the time we find there already spent some public transportation fees. Wished to have the office in the Linate airport.