AWS Careers 2020

Welcome to AWS, Milan

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Getting around Milan Milan's transport system is simple, and even though it may seem confusing at first, you will soon find it is quite an easy city to navigate. Milan by Bus: Milan has a substantial bus network with great connections to other transport such as trams and metro. Tickets are valid for 90 minutes after stamping, cost just €1.50 and can be used on buses and trams. You can find more information here at ATM (Azienda Transporti Milanesi) - Milan by Metro or Tram: The Metro has 4 main lines and trams or buses can pick you up where they left off on your journey. Tickets are €1.50 for 90 minutes and can be used for one single journey on the metro, or for as many bus and tram rides as you can fit in within those 90 minutes. Metro stations are easily found with MM placards dotted around the city. You can also find out more information on the ATM link above. S Trains: The S trains will take you further out of the city and will act as your connection to the suburbs. This is a suburban rail system and connects with all central transport i.e. buses, metros and trams. Milan by Bike: If you are feeling adventurous and prefer the luxury of seeing a city on 2 wheels, Milan offers some great cycling. If you haven't brought your bike you can avail of the public bike share program - Milan by Taxi: Taxis in Milan are a great way to get around the city fast, albeit a more expensive alternative to other ways of public transport. Taxis operate different fare tariffs at different times of the day. Walking in Milan: Milan is a very walkable city with the main jewels of the city in the centre. So, if you would rather take in the shops, boutiques and amazing sights get those comfy shoes on and get out and walk to experience the wonderful atmosphere Milan has to offer.

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