Expo 2015

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‘Feeding the planet, Energy for Life’ is the theme that unites the 145 countries set to participate in Expo 2015. For the past seven years, Milan has been gearing up for this edition of the world fair. The city’s main sights have been buffed and polished, public transport has been improved, and hundreds of exclusive exhibitions have been organised all over town to compliment the main Expo event.

With ‘Feeding the planet, Energy for life’, Expo addresses the issue of nutrition, food security and biodiversity. Participating countries share and discuss challenges while showcasing the newest innovations and technologies related to food sustainability and the environment. Visitors learn how science, modern technology and natural resources can be harnessed to create efficient, socially-conscious solutions to secure a flow of sustainable and quality food in the future.

The sprawling 1.1 million square meter Expo site is located just outside of Milan city centre and is easily accessible by public transport. Boasting a garden with more than 12,000 trees and a Biodiversity park where many of the planet’s ecosystems have been faithfully reproduced, visitors can explore four themed pavilions to discover how our relationship with food has changed over the centuries and the ways we can foster a new culture of sustainability in the future.

Expo 2015 is open everyday from 10:00 - 23:00 (Sat and Sun 10:00 - 24:00) up to October 31. A number of ticket options are available and cost €34/39. Tickets can be purchased from the box office at Expo Gate, Piazza Cairoli (Open 10:00 - 20:00). Tickets are also available online at For further information, see


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