Boscolo Exedra Milano

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Corso Matteotti 4-6, Milan, 20100, Italy
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Excellent
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32%
46
Average
15%
22
Poor
4%
6
Terrible
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9

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 32% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Couples65
  • Solo86
  • Business70

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Forum Posts

Transfer from Linate to Malpensa and accomodation near Malpensa

by baltic_2005

Hi,

I am trying to get to Sicily. I can get flights with Al Italia, but on the way out I would have to stay overnight and transfer at about 10.30 pm from Linate to Malpensa for a flight from there early next morning. Questions I have are:

1. How easy is it to transfer from Linate to malpensa at that time on a Saturday? Is it expensive?

2. Is there any reasonably priced accommodation near or at malpensa airport for an early flight - 7 am ?

Any info. appreciated.

Kind wishes,

Baltic

Re: Transfer from Linate to Malpensa and accomodation near Malpensa

by JessieLang

I have stayed several times in the Hotel Cavalieri della Corona, which is near Malpensa, but not recently. It was fairly ordinary, but fine, AND it had a shuttle to and from the airport. You could google it for current prices, etc.

Re: Transfer from Linate to Malpensa and accomodation near Malpensa

by cmcard2

very easy to to between airports

stayed at the Holiday Inn Express Somma Lombardo - free shuttle outside the airport and 2 minutes away - 75 euro per night

Re: Transfer from Linate to Malpensa and accomodation near Malpensa

by alza

Hi Brett,
I remember a good hotel tip by giampiero6 of VT, near Malpensa Airport. Hotel Cardano al Campo. It was Euros119 for single room on his last visit but you may happen on another rate. Here's the link to his Milan page:

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/da2b/24317/3/

Re: Transfer from Linate to Malpensa and accomodation near Malpensa

by effeti

Are you sure you can't fly to Rome Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci airport... THAT would avoid any risk of having to change airport.... both if you are going to Palermo and Catania
Ciao
Francesco

Re: Transfer from Linate to Malpensa and accomodation near Malpensa

by cgf

easyJet has direct flights to Palermo, British airways to Catania, Ryanair to Trapani...
I might understand you might got a good fare but adding a night in Milan the total cost grow up beside you loose almost a day of transfers.

Re: Transfer from Linate to Malpensa and accomodation near Malpensa

by baltic_2005

Thanks for all the responses and information. I realised that the transfer would be expensive and I found another routing

Travel Tips for Milan

Inscriptions deleting service

by Mikebond

These posters are very funny and represent the will to prevent ignorant people from writing on the walls of Milan buildings. The big inscription in the first photo says "Moran, my heart is suffering" and below "The eyes of the Milanese, too" (white on green) - "Inscription deleting service". The big inscription in the second photo means "If you didn't love me, I wouldn't live", but it is written with a wrong tense; possible English equivalents could be "If you didn't love me, I didn't live" or "If you wouldn's love me, I wouldn't live". I didn't know such a useful service existed.

spinning on the bull's balls!

by Flamegirl

There is a curious custom in Milan, if you are passing through the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, that you should spin around on the testicles of the bull mosaic found in the centre. Legend has it that this will bring you good luck! Spot the tourists as they stand and watch and take pictures, whilst locals do it with casual style, simply swirling their foot on the required spot and continuing, as if nothing had happened...

Cinemas in English

by draguza

"Anteo Spazio Cinema"
Shows movies in English on Mondays.
Tickets: €5.50, students or under 18: €4
Address: Via Milazzo 9
phone: 02 6597732

"Arcobaleno Film Center "
Shows movies in English on Tuesdays.
Tickets: €5.50, students or under 18: €4
Address: Viale Tunesia 11
phone: 02 29406054

"Cinema Mexico"
Shows movies in English on Thursdays.
Tickets: €5.50, students or under 18: €4
Address: Via Savona 57
phone: 02 48951802

Aperitivo!

by tomerik about Gran Cafe Brulett

Centrally located cafe/bar a couple of blocks from the Doumo.
Happy hour between 1600-2000 where you will be served free food along with your drinks. This is part of the traditional "Aperitivo" in Milan. Nice terrace in front ideal for people spotting.
Huge cocktails 0,5 liters and beers 0,7 liters from €5-9. Come as you like. No dress code.

Malpensa Airport

by starship

For those traveling to Milan, you should know that there are two airports serving the city. Linate and Malpensa. Malpensa is the newest of the two airports, and it is the one I arrived in. Completed in 1998, it is a thoroughly modern airport with shops, restaurants, duty-free stores, dry cleaners and everything you could want or need in an airport. It also has excellent transportation by train or bus available for travel into the heart of Milan which is 40 minutes to 1 hr away depending on your mode of transportation. The city of Como is also roughly 30 to 45 minutes away by train.

Linate airport has the advantage of being only 7km from downtown Milan. Linate is the airport probably preferred by those whose only or primary destination is Milan, and therefore may host more intra-Italy commuters, and/or less expensive airlines.

I am not totally certain about Linate, but I know that Malpensa airport has hotels nearby which have courtesy shuttles which will pick you up or drop you off at the airport for free or the nominal cost for the driver's tip. However, for very early flight departures, make sure that your hotel's driver is available or pre-book a taxi for the time you desire.

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