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Useful Information

Useful Services

Here is some practical information to help you move round the Expo Milano 2015 site. Where are the Service areas? Would you like to dedicate some time to working-out, and helping countries suffering from nutrition while you do so? Would you like to buy a branded Expo product? Do you need to find an ATM, a drug-store, or the smoking area? Do you need to find the First Aid point, or the Police?
Call 020-2015 for information
If you cannot find the answers to your queries relating to Expo Milano 2015 on the general FAQ pages, or those dedicated to Ticketing, or People with Disabilities, you can call 020-2015 (Mon-Sat, 8:00 to 23.00, Sun from 09:00 to 20:0). The service is available in English and Italian, and calls will be charged according to your telephone plan.
Alternatively, write to
@AskExpo is  the social information point of Expo Milano 2015
@AskExpo  is the of customer service account developed in ​​exclusive partnership with Twitter for the first time on the occasion of a Universal Exposition. Its mission is to welcome those who come to Milan  for Expo Milano 2015,  responding  to questions with  useful information  and  practical solutions  for visiting the exhibition, discovering the city and having the best possible experience. Buy, visit, discover, move. From logistics to the advice on entertainment, to places of interest, visitor services, moving around the city and offers for tourists: all your questions are answered in 140 characters.
Real-time response seven days a week.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00 to 20:00. 
On Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 to 23:00.
Expo Milano 2015 signed the Charter for equal opportunity and equality at work.
For assistance in the event of racial discrimination, please contact the UNAR , National Office against Racial Discrimination , at 800 90 10 10
Expo Milano 2015 hours
Mon-Sun, 10:00*-23:00 (ticket office 9:30 – 21:00)
Evening admission 18:00-23:00
Turnstiles close at 21:00.
* 9:00 opening at the Merlata and Roserio Entrances. 10:00 opening at the Triulza and Fiorenza entrances.
International airline-standard security measures will be in operation at the entrances. For further information on rules related to admission to the Expo, consult and download the document Ticket Terms and Conditions.
Information and orientation
Visitors have at their disposal the following:
    • Maps are available at the entrances to the Expo site. As well as showing the location of the pavilions, these indicate the location of all major services, including those for people with disabilities and special needs.
    • Large-scale maps are available for consultation at various locations throughout the exhibition site.
    Banners indicating the location of pavilions, as well as services will be posted at strategic locations on the Expo site.
    • Electronic information panels (totems), positioned in a number of key locations are available for consultation, and are accessible to people with limited-mobility, as well as the hearing- and vision-impaired.
In the event of an emergency, announcements will be made over the public-address system. Emergency messages will also be flashed to the electronic information points (totems), so they are accessible to people who are visually- and/or hearing-impaired
    • The Expo Milano 2015 Official App includes information on the location of the pavilions, as well as where visitor services are situated.
Uniformed volunteers as well as service staff (look for the Milano Expo 2015 and ‘Field Operator’ logos) are available to help throughout the site.
   • The Expo InfoPoints can provide information to all, and are accessible to people with disabilities.
• Located in the Cascina Triulza is the Expofacile Info Point, the Lombardy Regional Council’s dedicated service for people with disabilities.


Generali Italia Helpdesk for Expo Milano 2015 Service Area G1, Ground Floor Open every day, 10:00-23:00

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In case of material damage and/or personal injury sustained during your stay on the Expo Milano 2015 site, the visitor may notify a claim to the help-desk manned by our insurer Generali Italia S.p.A.

Generali Italia Helpdesk for Expo 2015:
Location: Service Area G1, Ground Floor
Opening Hours: Open every day, 10:00-23:00


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Restrooms, all of them accessible to people with disabilities can be found at each of the Service Areas (shown in yellow on the Visitor’s Map) along the Decumano.
Sponsored by Chicco, the Nursery areas include all facilities for breast-feeding and diaper-changing. These can be found in all the Service Areas, and in the restrooms of the Eataly and CIR Food eateries.


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Along Strada 3 Nord (Street 3 North), visitors can choose from a selection of premium gift articles branded Excelsior, as well as apparel and accessories from the well-known Italian OVS clothing chain.
Cruciani bags and accessories can be found at 30 Nord (Street 30 North), while Strada 6 Sud (Street 6 South) is the place to go for Technogym apparel, accessories and fitness equipment.
Looking for a watch for yourself or as a gift? Look no further than Strada 6 Sud (Street 6 South), where Swatch is located.
Newspapers, magazines, books, and other such products are to be found at the Expobookstore on Strada 27 Nord (Street 27 North), while Italy’s leading national daily, Corriere della Sera, can be bought from its own-name store on Strada 14 Nord (Street 14 North).
For groceries, Strada 18/19 Sud (Street 18/19 South) is the Future Food Street, which includes a COOP store.


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An innovative take on the classic drugstore is being showcased by +Medical Parafarmacia, at Strada 24 Nord (Street 24 North). Check out the wide array of products, ranging from skin-care, through dietary supplements, and OTC drugs, and consult with the team of qualified pharmacists.


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Train tickets may be purchased from the Trenitalia, Italy State Railways booth in Expo Partners Pavilion 1, while flight reservations can be made and package holidays purchased at the Alitalia/Etihad Pavilion. Both Pavilions are on Strada 22 Nord (Street 22 North).


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A number of designated smoking areas have been set aside on the Expo grounds. Three tobacconist’s stores are available and are located in the Chicco Tosto and Let’sToast eateries.


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In partnership with the City of Milan "Lost Property" service, Expo offers a "Lost & Found" service on the Expo Site, located on the first floor of the B2 service area, (on the Decumano, Triulza entrance). Each evening any lost items found on the Exhibition Site are collected and deposited in the office at the West exit of the site.
Visitors who need to recover lost personal items can go directly to the "Lost & Found" office located the mezzanine level of the subway/metro station. To collect your personal items you should visit these offices taking with you some form of identification if you are the owner or written delegation on plain paper.

Lost Property Office (Rho Fiera metro station, in the underground walkway before the Triulza entrance)
Hours: 9:00-23:00 hours from Monday to Friday
9:00-24:00 on Saturdays and Sundays
Tel. (+39) 02-62012321


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Some 22 latest-generation ATMs are located at strategic points throughout the exhibition site, including the ticket offices. These accept cards issued by the leading international circuits, including Visa, Mastercard, Diners, Discover, China Union Pay, and Bancomat. There are also two fully functioning bank branches, whose services include fulfilling international transactions, either at the counter, or via a specially-equipped ATM.


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Work-out at the Wellness Club, using equipment from Expo partner, Technogym. Located at the main entrance of the Expo site, the Technogym area is showcasing the gym of the future, which will be a life-style hub connecting the places where people go about their daily business. Nine of these sample places, Technogym Points, are set out along the Expo’s main east-west artery, the Decumano, in the form of interactive “islands”. In these, and in the main gym, visitors can do a work-out, contributing, as they do so, to the “Let’s move for a better world” initiative, which is organized in association with the World Food Programme. As you exercise, your movements are converted into meals for countries suffering from malnutrition.

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