Safety & Security

Milan is a city that offers its visitors a high level of safety. The city has an extensive network of buses, trams, and metro lines that are efficient and comfortable. Vehicles are well maintained, and the stations are clean and well lit, making it easy for visitors to navigate the city. While the incidence of crime is low, visitors should remain vigilant, especially when using public transportation. Pickpockets, as in all major European cities, are known to operate on buses, trams, and metro lines.

While the local authorities have taken measures to ensure safety, visitors are still advised to take the necessary precautions to avoid security threats. The city also has less safe areas, particularly at night, so visitors should exercise caution when moving around after dark.

The city has a police force, and when they are visible on the streets, they are always ready to assist visitors in any emergency. They are well trained and equipped to deal with any situation, which gives visitors a sense of security and reassurance.

In addition to these factors, Milan has a welcoming and friendly atmosphere that makes visitors feel at home. The locals are warm and hospitable, always eager to share their culture and traditions with visitors.

To learn more about local transportation, you can visit this page.

We suggest you visit the website of the your country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for more information.