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How to travel from Lambrate to via Marziale 1

by ankys_rulz

I need to travel to Via Marziale 1 from Lambrate , so please help me . How to go there and thru which mode of transport?

Re: How to travel from Lambrate to via Marziale 1

by Manara

You can use the Metro. Take the Line 2 from Lambrate and at the 2nd station (Loreto) change to the Line 1 to San Babila. Via Marziale is probably 500 metres or less from Piazza San Babila.
If you don't have a map of Milan you can use Google Maps, it's very helpful.

Re: How to travel from Lambrate to via Marziale 1

by EdenDD

Your best bet is to refer to GoogleMaps though this is another decent map of Milan:

Travel Tips for Milan

Castello Sforzesco

by croisbeauty

....The new lord of the city, Francesco Sforza, disregarded the pact he had signed in 1450 with representatives of the Milanese citizenry. In the pact he had agreed to have the gloomy Visconti fortress torn down, instead he commissioned Giovanni da Milano to rebuild the destroyed parts. Giovanni was succseeded by Filarete who designed the tower rising midway at the entrance.
Over the years the castle was becoming one of the most sumptuomus royal places in all of Northern Italy.
The height of splendor was reached when Ludovico il Moro summoned Bramante and Leonardo to take part in the project. The splendid Filarete's tower which stands in the middle of the entrance facade, one of the emblems of the town....

La Triennale di Milano-Center for Design

by tpal

Carol and I were eager to see some of Milan's design treasures. As a result of a Virtual Tourist Forum recommendation we decided to check out La Triennale di Milano. Located in an urban strolling park, Parco Sempione, the exhibition is housed in the Palazzo dell'Arte a 1932-3 fascist era building which was predictably both austere and monumental. The Triennale is an exhibit of the best designs from all fields as diverse as street lamps to automobiles to fabric to dinner forks over the past three years. Also on exhibit was an Andy Warhol Show and a Young European Artist Show.

Fashion finds in the middle of the city

by nomadig about Dmagazine Outlet

If you don't have enough money to buy all the stuff you crave for on the high-end boutiques, outlets are an viable alternative to get the clothes, shoes and accessories with far lesser prices.

Milan is surrounded by outlets, but most of them are so far away that you practically need a car to go there. If you aren't interested in driving among Italians (I surely understand you), your choices are somewhat limited.

Oddly enough, Dmagazine Outlet is located at the very heart of city's fashion district and thus it is very easily accessible with metro. The outlet is not very big, but at least it is packed -- both garments and people.

I've visited the outlet twice and haven't found anything worth buying, but there have been a lot of tantalising items that have missed my size.

Fm Malpensa airp to City Center.. to Bergamo airp

by lmiguel

Hi everyone,
I'll arrive at Malpensa airport on May 6th (sunday), around 10:00am.
So I need to check what the best way (easier, cheaper) to go to the Milan center city, leave my luggage in security, enjoy the city for few hours (unfortunately) and go to the Bergamo airport about 18:00hs
Can anyone help me with data about transportation and some place to leave my luggage ?

many thanks in advance :)

Radio BUS

by johnmi

ATM has set up a new kind of service to fulfil the clients’ requirements. Such a service covers the area where the night life in Milan takes place (the internal perimeter limited by via de Amicis, via Torino, piazza Cordusio, piazza S. Babila, via Visconti di Modrone, via Larga, corso Italia, piazzale di Porta Lodovica, via Col di Lana, piazzale XXIV Maggio) and then joins the established Famagosta and Barona area.

The "bus on request" service picks you up and takes you where you want within the area served, without letting you wait. It is accessible only on request by calling the telephone number 02-48034803 in order to communicate the time and travel desired


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