Congress Venue

MIPOL2022 will be held at the Aula Magna Auditorium of the University of Milan in the University’s main campus located at via Festa del Perdono 7 in the old Ca’ Granda (literally the Big House), a striking historical complex in the heart of the city, a short distance from the Duomo.


Built in the 15th century as a hospital by the Tuscan architect known as Filarete, the Ca’ Granda is one of the most historically and artistically significant buildings in Milan, a city that offers countless other points of interest, including numerous works by Leonardo da Vinci, who lived in Milan for 25 years.


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How to reach Ca' Granda?


  • From MILANO CENTRALE railway station:

Take the underground line 3 (yellow line) direction “S. DONATO ” and get off at the “ MISSORI ”stop. Go all the way down via Albricci, turn into via Larga, then turn right into via Chiaravalle and finally turn left into Festa del Perdono. Expected time: 25 – 30 min.

  • From LINATE Airport:

Take bus line 73 in front of the airport exit ("Linate Airport - S. Babila"). Buy your ticket in advance at the airport kiosk. Get off at the Largo Augusto stop, then take via Larga for 400-500 meters, go straight on to Largo Richini, then turn left into via Festa del Perdono. Expected time: 40 min.

  • From MALPENSA Airport:

1st choice: From the airport take the Malpensa Express train to Cadorna railway station. Then take the underground line 1 (red line) direction "SESTO F.S." Get off at the "DUOMO" station. From the Piazza del Duomo you can walk to via Festa del Perdono. Expected time: 36 min train + 20 min.

2nd choice: Alternatively, you can take a bus shuttle to Milan Central railway station (Stazione Centrale) and then proceed as above reported.

  • From ORIO al SERIO airport:

Take a bus shuttle to Milan Central railway station and then proceed as described above.


For further information on the Milan public transport please refer to the ATM (Azienda Trasporti Milanesi) website, where you can also download the smartphone APP external and metro map.

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