Atahotel The Big Residence

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via De Cristoforis Carlo 6 - 8, Milan, Lombardy, 20124, Italy
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  • Families75
  • Couples83
  • Solo85
  • Business56

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Milan, Giuseppe Meazza

by javin3m

Hello! I'm planning to visit Milan on March of 2011 because i want to go to Giuseppe Meazza and i want to know witch of the existing hotels (with a cost under 60-70 euros) is near to the stadium and the Linate Airport.

Thanks!

Re: Milan, Giuseppe Meazza

by leics

Lokk at www.venere.com and www.booking.com

Both are reliable sites with honest guest reviews.......but more importantly from your point of view, both have excellent mapping which shows all the hotels listed (venere in particular lists almost all Italian hotels). Neither site takes any money from you as long as you turn up.

Accommodation in Milan is not especially cheap and you will not find a massive amount of choice within your budget (I am going there in Feb and worked with a similar budget).

The stadium is on the opposite side of the city to Linate. I think it would be best to find somewhere near Milano Centrale station: there are regular buses to Linate from there, and you can use the public transport system to get to the stadium.

Re: Milan, Giuseppe Meazza

by antonyamore

Hi!

take a look at Hotel Astoria http://www.astoriahotelmilano.com/location.htm it's a nice 4 star hotel really near to Meazza Stadium. I think it will fit your budget.

On April 3rd there will be the "derby" Inter Milan vs A.C Milan! Don't miss it! =)

Re: Milan, Giuseppe Meazza

by javin3m

Thanks!
I already founded a better option for me.
Do you live in Milan? Cause i'll like to know how can i get to the stadium from the Milano Stazione Centrale...

Re: Milan, Giuseppe Meazza

by leics

http://www.sansiro.net/arrivare.asp

gives you all transport options (bus, Metro, tram). It's in Italian, but easy to understand. You can use an online translator such as

http://babelfish.yahoo.com/

to help.

Re: Milan, Giuseppe Meazza

by eugene1986

I'm a business traveler and a football supporter! dont miss san siro stadium if you are in milan! is such a magic place to see! i agree with a precedent post, the hotel astoria is a good hotel, i've been there for two nights. very confortable and near san siro stadium!

Re: Milan, Giuseppe Meazza

by eugene1986

Prices are probably 20% higher than you wanted but the hotel is really good, even to go to Milan center.

Travel Tips for Milan

Guaranteed visit to the "Last Supper"

by AsterixSg

I am not sure where I got this tip - either from one of the books that I borrowed last minute from the library before leaving for Milan or it was on VT. Anyways, I hope this tip is helpful to anybody who goes to Milan and wants to see Leonardo's Last Supper.

Entry to the convent next to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie costs 6.5 Euros plus a booking fee of 1 Euro. Tickets need to be purchased much in advance. However, if you are in Milan for a very short stay, there is another alternative - expensive nonetheless.

You should book a half day tour at the Tourist Office (next to the Duomo) - I've included a picture of the tourist office here, so it should be easy for you to to locate it. The 1/2 day tour itself costs 46 Euros, but its well worth it. You get a guaranteed visit to the painting, plus you also see the Brera art gallery etc. The guides too are quite professional and give very good explanation of the sights.

My guide explained the Last Supper in quite a dramatic fashion and I don't think I will ever forget that.

When to drink a cappuccino...

by Henrik_rrb

If you want to be taken seriously by the Milan-people there are some groundrules that you have to follow.
The first one: Don't drink a cappuccino after lunch!
If you still do, why don't you bring the biggest map you've seen, since the milanese anyway will know you're a stupid tourist... :-)
After lunch it's time for coffe, not cappuccino. And when I say "coffe" I don't mean american coffe... Real italians drinks only coffe espresso. (use some sugger, and you'll be finding it's actually really good!

The second rule: Don't get drunk. At least not as drunk as you might be back home... Milan-people loves to take a beer or two, but that's it. You'll never see a milanese so drunk that he can't stand up. And singing people you'll only see at football-matches. Or at the Piazza Duomo when Milan has won something...

San Lorenzo alle Colonne

by vichatherly

We came across these Roman columns and church and our way to and from the aperitivo area of Navigli. There are 16 towering columns in all in front of the church that was built between AD 355 and 372. The place is a lively spot for a bit of open air drinking with the locals.

Direction
Piazzza Vetra, nearest Metro stop is Missori

aperitivo hour

by willy_wonka about octopus

one thing i love about milan is the aperitivo hour which is usually offered around 6pm. places such as the octopus offer this. basically, its FREE finger food that you can help yourself to while you drink. i think it's a brilliant idea which i hope catches on in australia one day, because im pretty much a weakling when it comes to drinking and need some food in me so i don't throw up! hehe.

the octopus had an awesome spread of mini pizzas, pastas, breads etc, and we went up numerous times to help ourselves. with cocktails it was a great way to start the night!

Not a nice airport

by baronedivandastad

Malpensa is not exactly the best airport I've seen. The modern structure is quite impressive, but it's about 1h from downtown and the airport suffers from chronic air traffic control problems. They even lost my luggage once without a connection (evidently an hour wasn't enough for the bags to reach the plane from check-in...)

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