2nd RIMS Workshop - Rehabilitation in Progressive MS - 13 December 2019, Milan, Italy
Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi
Santa Maria Nascente Milano
Via Capecelatro 66
20148 Milano
Milan is attractive and charming with a vibe that balances old-world romance and history with urban grit and cosmopolitanism. It is surrounded by some of central Europe’s most beautiful countryside. The architecture of Milan is as varied as its museum and gallery offerings: from early medieval to mid century through to contemporary. Its design and fashion heritage also lend the city a cosmopolitan personality you won’t find anywhere else. From the architecture to the food, discover what gives Milan its unique character by joining us for the workshop in December.

Getting there
By plane
To and from the airport. It will take around 45 minutes to go from Milan Malpensa Airport or Milan Linate Airport to the venue by car.
Detailed information about getting from the aiport to the city centre can be found on the official website or via the following link.
By train
From Malpensa Airport you can take the train every 30 minutes at terminal 2 to Milan Central Railway Station. It will take approximately 1 hour.
There is a bus from Linate aiport to Milan that runs to central station which can be caught from the arrivals floor. 
Take the train to Milano Porta Garibaldi. Take metro Lilla, destination San Siro Stadio Station, to metro stop San Siro Ippodromo.

By metro
The metro station is 100 metres away from the main entrance. Take metro Lilla, destination San Siro Stadio Station, to metro stop San Siro Ippodromo.
By car
There is no parking space foreseen. 

Various taxi services are available at both Milan Malpensa Airport Terminals. The taxi ranks are located at the arrivals, at the ground floor, at gate 6 of Terminal 1 and at gate 4 at Terminal 2.
Milan city pass
For visitors holidaying in Milan or planning an extended getaway, the MilanoCard (Milan City Pass) offers a package including free public transportation (metro, tram, buses and city trains), free audioguide, and free entry and/or discounted rates for over 500 Milan tourist attractions and activities, including top museums, shops and restaurants.