The thetraveltrunk has just had a special insight following a recent visit to what is to be one of the largest tourist draws for the year Expo 2015 Milan.
Expo 2015 in Northern Italy opened to visitors on May 1st and will run 6 months until the end of October.
This huge world Exhibition centred around the theme of ‘Feeding the Planet Energy for Life’.
In all 130 plus countries from all over the world will be taking part, making this a focus for global tourism in 2015.
Running for 184 days it is expected that around 250,000 people will visit on every one of them. Tickets are now on sale and they can be purchased as an open date type ticket or tied into a fixed day.
Prices vary with a series of adult and child or family tickets being available. €32 is a base price but opting for a fixed date it reduces to €27, Senior Citizen is €20 one adult one child is €34.50, where the standard family type ticket for 2 adults and 2 children is €69.
The huge exhibition site of Expo 2015 Milan covers over 110 hectares it is expected that well over 20 million people will visit whilst it is open. There will be areas for children, future food, Biodiversity and arts. Divided also into clusters where food such as rice, coffee, fruit, spices, cereals and Islands Sea and food. With a large open air theatre, food and drink, lake arena the event will have plenty to keep all ages amused, educated and entertained.
Within the exhibition site there will be a continuing number of events however there will be plenty for all ages and for those with mobility issues. There has been a huge amount of planning before Expo 2015 Milan and the organisors have assued us travel writers that the event will be one of the best the world has seen.