Cityhotel Central Station

Via Giovanni Battista Sammartini 15, Milan, Lombardy, 20125, Italy
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Trams Map

by mario77

Hi chaps,
Has been to atm websit and altough I found a prinable map for the metro I cant Navigate for trams maps..

I will be in Milan from 9th to 11th Dec08..
& I need to travel from milan central station to Corso Garibaldi/moscova With Lugguage & Then also from Garibaldi/Moscova to Cardona train Station with Luggauge as well...we will be 3adults & 1 child...and would like to spend the 10th Dec08 going around the city by Trams...


Re: Trams Map

by cgf

have a look here

Re: Trams Map

by mccalpin

Is there something special about trams? Oh, I see that trams used to be the symbol of Milan...(in Rome, they're just another form of transportation ;-) ).

I did a search on 'tram' on the ATM website, and was surprised by some of the hits I found. One example is
where, apparently there are trams that take 2.5 hours trips around the city and on which you can eat lunch or dinner. Never heard of this...(note the link on that page for the itinerary).

Well, I haven't found a map yet, but I have found how you can find which lines are trams and where they run (text listing):
1. go to
2. on the right, under Timetables and transport lines, pull down to 'Urban Tramways'
3. click on the upper "Go >>" (to the right) - this will take you to a page with a photo of the new (old-looking) trams.
4. in the next pulldown menu immediately before, pull down and you should see a list of each of the urban tram routes.
5. highlight one and click on "Go >>", and you'll see a text listing of the stops on the route...


Re: Trams Map

by mario77

Thanks a lot for yr replies
I will try to make more intensive search...

Travel Tips for Milan

Good Places To Live In (for the foreigner/ Expat)

by Krystynn

Milan is the financial hub in the whole of Italy. So, you'll definitely find lots of expats and foreigners working here.

I'll include a shortlist of places recommended by Milanese housing agents to foreigners settling down in Milan (see below):

If your company lavishes you with a huge expense account, you may wish to consider living in this district. Rentals here are exhorbitant! But then again, if you do have plenty of cash to play around with, then I must encourage you to stay here. Who wouldn't want to live right smack in the center of town?

Porta Romana
A district that is quite near to the city center and not too bad a living alternative to the expensive Brera/ Solferino.

This district boasts of charming old canals and kewl cobbled-stone streets. I love it here. ;-) There is a lively café and pub culture, especially in the summer. The 'ringhiera' (buildings) are characterized by their long balconies connecting each apartment. Almost everyone living here seems very friendly. On weekends when the Sunday market 'comes to town', you may wish to hop onto your car and head somewhere else. It can get very noisy here with throngs and throngs of crowds, tourists et al.

Magenta/Vincenzo Monti
Very central and equally charming. Besides, it's also close to the Parco Sempione - a haven for dog and sports/fitness lovers.

If you're a first time expat living in this city, BENVENUTO!

Navigli - along the Canal

by icunme

A charming area whose eclectic mix of people, cafes, clubs, art, antique shops, outdoor markets and character take me back to the Lower East side of the 60's - when artists, writers and musicians moved in mass from Grenwich Village streets they could no longer afford. When I left Milan there was great rennovation in progress on the Navigli canal and we enjoyed watching the previously stagnant water gushing through canal gates. Navigli was inaugurated in 1179 but the intricate system was devised by Leonardo Da Vinci toward the end of the 1400's. Navigli was used to transport marble for the Duomo from the Ticino to the center of Milan at the end of the 14th century. The Milan Wharf, an important commercial port for river transport for many centuries, was operating until the Second World War ended and closed in 1979.
This was the neighborhood of the "washer women" and today you see the old, typical "casa di Ringhiera." The website I reference has the best description and photos I've found of Navigli.

Foodstuff... of the classy variety

by sierralyndon about Peck

Peck is a Milanese institution. It is located on Via Spadari, off Via Torino (walk straight ahead away from the front of the Duomo towards Burger King).

It has damned expensive stuff in there, but it is of the highest quality. I hardly ever get stuff here for myself, but tend to get small items as presents for other people.

There is a wine cellar downstairs, general groceries/butcher/vegetables on the ground floor and teas/coffees/cakes/pastries upstairs. The pastries are DELICIOUS... try having afternoon tea there and ask for some of their yummy fruit pastries.

Late night travel in Milano

by muratkorman

After midnight Metro shuts down in Milano. If you don't want to use taxi and pay a lot of money, but you could only find your way referencing Metro stations, you can use the night bus following the Metro routes above ground. At that time they don't also check for tickets so it is free.

Stazione Centrale - Sportello rapido

by Diana75

The ticketing machine or in Italian "sportello rapido" (rapid office) was my good "friend" during this trip to Milan.

Will the long, unfinished line at the ticketing desks buying a train ticket in due time was something like mission impossible.

Although at first sight, it may seem difficult to use, the menu is in six languages and very easy. More over, for the ones who did a previous research on Trenitalia (see the above tip) it's even easier because menus are identical.

"Sportello rapido" can be found in almost all the train stations around Italy and in Milan station are to be found both on the right and left side of the ticketing offices.

The machines are accepting all types of Euro banknotes and coins, just be sure that you choose the right one because there are also machines that are accepting only credit cards.


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