How to get to the Ludoteca

The Ludoteca is part of a renovated structure that used to be a primary school. It is luminous, heated and offers more than 1,200 square metres of playing space. The DBMM tournament will be held in the room that used to be the school's assembly hall. The Ludoteca is in via Sant'Uguzzone, 8, just off Via Monza. When you get there you'll see a large building in the middle of a big garden to the right surrounded by a white fence. That's where we'll be playing! Check the place out on the official site:

The address is: Ludoteca "La Casa dei Giochi", Via Sant'Uguzzone, 8, Milan.

With public transport: If you're coming by public transport, the Ludoteca is halfway between two stations on the Red Underground Line (M1), which are Villa San Giovanni and Sesto Marelli.

If you come to Milan by train and get to the Central Station (FS Centrale), catch the Green Underground Line (M2) towards Gobba/Cologno Nord/Gessate and change at Loreto; there catch the Red Line (M1) towards Sesto San Giovanni. The whole trip should take around 20 minutes.

Milan Underground site:

Italian Railways site:


By car: The Ludoteca is very close to the “Sesto San Giovanni” exit on the Tangenziale Ovest (West Ring Road). From there, follow the directions to the city centre and the maps printed here.

By plane: Linate airport is not too far away: twenty minutes by car/taxi (but it will cost around 30 Euros). If you give us sufficient warning we’ll try to come and pick you up on Friday night or Saturday morning.
Malpensa and Orio al Serio (Bergamo), where a lot of low-cost companies land, are around one hour away by car/train. There is a bus that will take you to the “Cascina Gobba” underground station from both airports. From there you can get to the tournament by underground (watch out, it’s on a different line so you’ll have to change). Again, give us some warning and we’ll try to organise a pick up.

Linate/Malpensa Site:

Orio al Serio Site: