Milan airports publish guide to accessible landmarks
- Written by Roberto Castiglioni
On Friday, SEA Aeroporti Milano launched a complimentary guide to Milan’s accessible landmarks and ways to get to EXPO 2015.
Developed to facilitate accessible tourism, City Guide Milano for travellers with special needs, is produced by SEA, the company running Linate and Malpensa airports, in cooperation with leading tourism publication Where®.
Known as the capital of fashion, design and business, Milan hosts an unexpected treasure trove of artistic marvels.
The city is home to the Duomo, La Scala Opera House, Leonardo’s Last Supper, Castello Sforzesco, imposing Romanesque churches, museums brimming over with priceless artworks as well as the recent introduction of some amazing contemporary architecture.
Representing one of SEA’s core values, passenger care and satisfaction, the guide lists museums and tourist attractions that are accessible to everyone, plus a series of useful information detailing how to get around Expo Milano 2015.
One of the most important Gothic buildings in the world, Milan’s Cathedral is called the Duomo. Built over a period of 450 years, the Duomo is the symbol of the city.
With the exception of the highest terrace, the cathedral’s roof top is accessible via lift. The nearby Grande Museo del Duomo features the history of the cathedral with a wheelchair accessible itinerary and assistive technology for the visually impaired.
Many more useful information can be found in the SEA Aeroporti Milano City Guide Milano for travellers with special needs available by clicking this link (link opens a new window).