Get to Milan

Prepare for an exceptional journey to the EASL Congress 2024, where discovery and collaboration await. 


This dedicated webpage serves as a guide, offering essential information on travel arrangements, venue details, and accommodation options. Plan your seamless experience at this year’s congress!

Welcome to Milan, a city both accessible and welcoming, ready to host our international delegates from across the globe for EASL Congress 2024. 

Milan benefits from excellent air connectivity. Its primary international airport, Milano Malpensa is well-situated and offers flights to 323 destinations, and is located approximately 45 kilometres from Milan. Efficient transportation options are available to reach the heart of Milan from Milano Malpensa Airport: Whether by train, bus, taxi, or hotel shuttle, the city centre can be reached in just a short half-hour. We recommend using public transport for the most budget and sustainability friendly alternative!

If your journey brings you to Milan by train, you will likely disembark at Milan Central Station, a major railway hub. From there, continuing your travel within the city using public transport or a taxi is straightforward. Additionally, if you are arriving from a different station within Italy, you might have the choice to select a Milan train station that is more convenient for your accommodation. 

For those opting to explore Milan by car, familiarity with the A10 ring road is key. This roadway encircles the city and provides essential access. Intersected by 18 S-routes, each leading directly to distinct districts within Milan, this road network simplifies navigation. Knowledge of the appropriate S-route to use can significantly ease your journey within the city. 

Useful maps to download

Good to know

All official prices are indicated in Euro (€). The official currency in Italy is Euro (EUR). All major credit cards are accepted in most hotels, restaurants, and shops.

The official language of EASL Congress 2024 English.  

June marks the beginning of summer in Milan. From this month on, the city sees much more sun.  

The average daily temperature in Milan in this month is 22.5°C but temperatures can reach highs of 28°C at times. However, on an evening Milan cools down, dropping to an average minimum temperature of 17°C.  

In Italy, the standard time is Central European Time (CET; UTC+01:00).

Italy has standardised type F sockets and plugs. Type C and type E plugs can also be used. UK & US travellers will need an adaptor.  

It is recommended to apply as early as possible for a visa as the application process can be time consuming. Before applying for your visa, please check the latest information on entry regulations for Italy. In case of visa rejection, EASL cannot be held responsible and therefore cannot refund any registration and accommodation fees. You are strongly advised to find out if you need a visa to enter Italy as early as possible, and should a visa be required, to apply as soon as possible. 

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