Milan 2015 Expo
Milan 2015 Expo is a world class event.
From May 1-Oct.30 visit this unique site in Milan, Italy, hosted by the region of Lombardy, the City of Milan, and the Italian government.
Over 20 million visitors are expected to attend this six month extravaganza. Set on 1.2 million meters, nearly 150 nations along with 50+ pavilions will dot this huge landscape on the city’s outer rim. Open from 10 am-11 pm daily,seven days-a-week, the site is loaded with information on the status of world hunger, and its
sustainability from many of the world’s leading producers, providing answers on what mankind is now doing to preserve our planet. Dubbed “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life” the producers of the Fair have made every effort to key into the biggest problems and solutions facing the world today.
See for yourself what each of the more than 140 countries around the world is doing to solve the problems of nutrition ,food management, food waste and the latest techniques required by today’s standards. The biggest pavilion, Italy, and the U.S., along with some of the biggest names in retail commerce are all there.
Transportation by Milan’s Metro, bus, TrenItalia’s long distant rail service from all parts of Italy; by air, motorcar and coach are available. Recommended services include Mediterania Airlines. from the U.S., Rail Europe’s Eurail Pass, and AutoEurope/Europacar.
For more on the Expo go to: expo2015.org. In the U.S. try ENIT or the Italian Travel office in your city, www.enit.it or the Italian Trade Commission, www.italtrade.com
For a “live” coverage of our experiences at the Milan 2015 Expo
listen to our Podcast starting Sept.1-Sept.30 on
www.letstravelradio.com. You’ll hear about it from some of the
lead representatives managing the various pavilions on site.
For us it was a wonderful experience. Further, the City of Milan is well worth a stay if you have the time. As there are kiosks in nearly every part of the city you’ll find a wealth of things to do, place to stay, to visit, and some of the best food in Italy. The choice is yours.
Michael Zufolo, Editor, reporting