Abacus Hotel

Via Monte Grappa 39, Sesto San Giovanni, Lombardy, 20099, Italy
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
15%
5
Very Good
42%
14
Average
27%
9
Poor
3%
1
Terrible
12%
4

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type of cloths for Milan trip in oct

by khulood67

what can i pack going to Milan in first week of oct??will it be cold??please advise for afull a full list
thanks

Re: type of cloths for Milan trip in oct

by domenicococozza

It can get a bit chilly at night with temperatures reaching as low as 4 degrees.
However, during the day, the average is around 18 degrees.
I would take a couple of sweaters, and something to guard agains rain.

Re: type of cloths for Milan trip in oct

by lifeisatrip

We were there in October two years ago and it got warm during the day. However, I agree with Domenicococozza, sweaters for when the sun goes down and early mornings. Enjoy Milan!

Re: type of cloths for Milan trip in oct

by leics

You can get a rough idea of temperatures here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/world/city_guides/results.shtml?tt=TT003940

Take clothes you can layer, adding and removing during the day as necessary. Take an umbrella/waterproof jacket, because it may rain, and some sensible shoes for walking. Don't forget your sunglasses as well!

Travel Tips for Milan

Duomo et al.

by Mazza1

One of the highlights for me was the Duomo catedrale. It is the third biggest cathedral in the world and is possibly the most detailed. I normally don't bother with the touristy stuff but it was worth 4 euros to scale the towers and survey the view from those heady heights. (Not sure you can quite see the Alps through all that smog though!!!) The entrance to the cathedral is free, and the interior is also very striking and worth making the effort. If you a few hours to spare either side of your shopping spree, also worth checking out is the Chiesa de Santa Maria della Grazia which hosts the Cenacolo Vinciano (the painting of the Last Supper by Da Vinci), the Castello Szforzesco and the Navigli district. Milan is not a beautiful city like Rome (although it has its moments), lacking the arrogance and aloofness of the Romans. The people there seem a lot more interested, asking questions about where you come from. The dress of people tends to be more understated elegance than flashy. I can't say I saw too many Ferraris while I was there, but this may have been an exaggerated preconception, not that Milan wants for its fair share of pomp and self-aggrandisement!

Porta Genova by night

by d_d

By night many persons go to Navigli, where there are hundrends of restaurants, pubs, disco-pubs...
A common meeting point is Porta Genova station (it's a train station), then if you are by car a difficult game will start: parking search!
Good luck!

Tempio della Vittoria

by Diana75

The Victory Temple, the monument dedicated to the Milanese inhabitants who died in the First World War, was built between 1927 and 1930 according to the plans of the architect Giovanni Muzio.

With a modern design, the monument looks like a lighthouse covered by ancient texts.

a cool way to spend few minutes

by cooltrudy about Absolut Ice Bar

Ice pub is a pub sponsored by Absolut !
it is nice but little! in one side...everything is made by ice...and in the opposite there is a clean window to see out! floor and roof are not made by ice! you can spend there not more than 30 minutes !...but nobody stay more than 20 minutes because it is quite boring ! music is low and you can't do anything !
1 ticket costs 15 euro included a warm poncho and 1 cocktail (Absolut plus everything you want)!
glasses are made by ice !
if you want to go there, you must book (maximum for 2 people) by telephon or website!
i think it is nice for 1 night...if you want to do something new for 20 minutes (spending 15 euro!) !
original but not fantastic ! Pub give you (in the price of 1 ticket) a special poncho to warm up you !

Malpensa

by Aurorae

When you fly to Milano, most probably you'll land to the biggest airport - Malpensa, cca. 35 km away from Milan. Do not miss the spectacular view of the Alps stemming from the clouds! If you're lucky, you'll be landing at sunset/dusk, and the images you'll see are simply surreal... The chains of Alps covered in snow rising up from the clouds, embracing the sky and the crimson layer of the setting sun...

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