The city of Milan is now host to the Expo Milano 2015, a Universal Exhibition from May 1 to October 31, 2015. Around 140 participating countries have been working hard to showcase the best of their technology in order to be able to guarantee sufficient food for the future, which is healthy and sustains our planet at the same time. With 1.1 million square meters of exhibition area, the EXPO has been drawing lakhs of visitors on a daily basis. It truly is a wonderful platform for the exchange of ideas in order to build a more nourished future. You must not miss the Future Food District, the pavilions of Brazil (especially walking on the net suspended over it), United Arab Emirates, South Korea and Vietnam. The interactive maps around the massive exhibition site will constantly guide you and access to free WiFi is also available. For additional information, you can download the EXPO app on your smartphone or visit www.expo2015.org.
While the exhibits live up to all expectations and are absolute crowd pullers, the food in most pavilions is sub-standard by all means. Go only and only if the theme really interests you because the visit is very time-consuming.
Night tickets are the cheapest and come for 5 Euros and single day tickets are of two types: Open Date (39 Euros) and Fixed Date (34 Euros). Expect the evenings to be super crowded owing to the low prices of tickets. You can either purchase them at the site after standing in long queues (probably the only way to get a night ticket) or book them online. Additionally, you can request your hotel to book tickets for you. For more information, visit www.expo2015.org/en/tickets.
If you do not want to take a taxi to the Expo site, the metro is the best option. Purchase an extra-urbano (extra-urban) ticket, and take the Linea 1 (Red line 1) to Rho Fiera Milano metro station. A lot of walking is involved.
For more information visit www.expo2015.org/en/explore/exhibition-site/how-to-reach-the-expo-site