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Visit UNESCO Heritage company town from the 1930-ies

Crespi d’Adda is the most complete and best-preserved company town in Europe. It has a soul of its own, essentially untouched by time. A visit can transport you out of the boundaries of time and space.

Crespi d’Adda hasn’t changed from the 1930s – the houses, the urban structure, the boundaries are all the same. Crespi d’Adda is a company town...
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The journey is free of charge for all Radiodays Europe delegates
- the two way bus trip (about 40 minutes each way)
- and an English guided walking tour of Crespi D’Adda “1930 company town” Unesco heritage (about 80 minutes visit in the village)

A Radiodays Europe Crepi d’Adda bus will pick up the participants at MiCo - more specific at the North Wing Entrance, Via Gattamelata 5, Gate 14 (venue entrance for delegates) on Sunday 15th at 1330. Bus is supposed to leave no later than 13.45 (1:45 pm). Bus returns to MiCo via La Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan, Via Giulio Procaccini, 4 and ends at MiCo at 1700.


Reasons to hop of at La Fabbrica may be

- to take a stroll at the RadioCity Milan festival with stands for Italian radios anytime in the day,
- to go to a "Meet The Media Guru" lecture with Head of BBC Radio Helen Boaden at this place 1800-1900
- and above all to come to Radiodays Europe's Welcome Reception there at 1900.

After letting off those who want to leave at La Fabbrica del Vapore, the bus returns and ends its tour at MiCo.


For those who want to join the CitySightseeing Milan tour

If you are reading this before the conference, it is recommendable to pre-register HERE to get a guaranteed seat.  If you are reading this after arriving at conference venue MiCo on Sunday 15th, ask at the Registration desk for vacant places.