Acca Palace

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Nicotera 9, Milan, 20161, Italy
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
40%
51
Average
9%
12
Poor
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3
Terrible
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5

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 38% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families87
  • Couples81
  • Solo100
  • Business85

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shopping in Milan

by flashy_woman

Hello everybody,

Give me an advice, please,
Where to find the best inexpensive but fashionable places for shopping in Milan?

Best wishes,

Olga

Re: shopping in Milan

by swissfondue

Not sure if there is any really inexpensive shopping in Milan but I quite like Corso Buenos Aires for reasonable prices and plenty of variety.

Its a long street so allow plenty of time for browsing. You can get off at either Lima or Loreto underground station (red line).

Re: shopping in Milan

by DrNona

Look at this site
http://www.milanostyle.com/php/article.php?id_art=19
It seems like it's really worth to get a rent car for 1 day and spend the whole day in this shopper's paradise!
I'm going to try it in September!

Re: shopping in Milan

by Anchik

Just came back from Milan - via Buenos Aires is good for that. Get off at Lambrate on Green Metro line and walk to Loreto and past that - there a number of stores that are quite reasonable.

Via Torino starting at the Cathedral is good as well.

Have fun!

Travel Tips for Milan

Chestnut Sales

by painterdave

During the Fall and December you might find roasted chestnuts for sale in Italy. There was one person selling these at the entrance of the Sforza Castle. See below for photo.
If you have never tried these, you should. You will need a tissue to clean the charcoal dust off your fingers when finished eating.
Some years ago when time were difficult the flour of chestnuts provided flour for food. There are many recipes for food made with chestnut flour that will be found in genuine cookbooks.

A walk in the park

by sierralyndon

To me, the parks in Milan leave much to be desired. I am constantly amazed at how dry and dusty they are! You'll have to go out of the city centre to get to decent parks.

However, having said that, one place you might wander along to is the Giardini Pubblici (public gardens) in the Corso Venezia / Via Manin area. It is far smaller than the Parco Sempione, and it is certainly not Regents Park, but a place to just sit and rest in the shade esp. if you're tired from shopping near the Via Montenapoleone area!

Milan Chic

by sierralyndon about Corso Como 10

Corso Como 10 is the name of the shop as well as its address. It's kind of an unusual place as you walk into a courtyard with people's apartments surrounding it. There is a really lovely bar to have a drink as well as a restaurant. Across from the entrance to the restaurant is a shop featuring lots of designer items - from clothes and accessories to kitchen utensils. Not just Italian brands on display either.

Upstairs (the entrance is in the courtyard on the left before you enter the bar/lounge area) is another section selling very cool and unusual books and music - all very arty-farty. There is also an exhibition hall featuring all sorts of displays, esp. photographic art. Chic items Lots

Metropolitana Milanese!

by draguza

I always use the metro in Milan rather than buses or trams, guess it is faster.
The metro here is quiet efficient, there are only 3 main lines: the Red line, the Green one and the Yellow one

I suggest using it if you are tourists or business men to avoid expensive taxies

One of the best in Milan

by attilaalgan about Quarta Carbonaia

This place is a very cozy Italian restaurant with a wide selection of food from pasta to meat. Don't miss their bruscetta. I have also tasted Penne Bolognese and Fiorentina (T-Bone in Italian style) and all were delicious. A little expensive but worhts every penny.

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Address: Via Nicotera 9, Milan, 20161, Italy