Congress Venue

Allianz MiCo, Milano Convention Centre

Piazzale Carlo Magno
20149 Milan


Welcome to Milan, Italy

Milano has always been Italy’s gateway to Europe and the world. Its population of about 1.5 million swells to 3 million during weekday hours making Milano one of the engines of the European economy since the Economic Miracle of the 1950s and 1960s, driven by its trade fair organization, Fiera Milano, which has become a dominant player in the European trade events market with all kinds of industry exhibits, professional conferences and corporate conventions.

The Italian quality of life

Milano is the city of style and luxury, where business and leisure, sports and culture can be reconciled as in no other city around the globe.

From Scala to Brera, from Duomo to San Siro, Milano has everything that art, food and entertainment can offer to stimulate the senses and the mind.

It is no coincidence that Milano is also among the first cities in the world for liveability, ranking fifth among the 48 destinations in the Global Power City Index 2022.

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Milano is the right destination for organizing large-scale events which are as successful as they are environmentally sustainable. In recent years, the city has been experiencing a profound urban renewal aimed at achieving a better quality of life in an innovative city, committing itself to a path of sustainability that fully involves all the actors in the tourism and events industry.

In 2022, as the first and only destination in Italy, Milano joined the Global Destination Sustainability (GDS) network, which includes over 100 destinations around the world, and in 2023 it was ranked among the Top 40 in the GDS Index. Watch Milano’s sustainability and inclusion performance.

In the same year, it approved the Charter of Commitments for Sustainability, the city’s sustainability policy for tourism, which will soon be followed by the Plan for Milano as a Sustainable Destination and, in the near future, an impact and legacy strategy to assess and enlarge the benefits for the locally territory and the community which tourism and events can generate.

In view of the major events that will see Milano as a host city, especially the Milano Cortina 2026 Olympics and the 2027 UEFA Champions League Final, we are building a path capable of improving both the sustainability of the destination and the development of the tourism supply chain with particular attention to the growth of the certified companies in the HoReCa industry, with special events and advanced training for operators across the entire sector.