last time I was in milano,it was to change train+railwaystation in the middle of the night;I was coming from nice and travelling to zürich;I asked a policeman(very funny,not like french policemen)and succeeded to cross the whole city by foot at midnight;
picture is:castello sforzesco
Gli Milanesi Sono Industriosi ;-)
Yes, the Milanese rae certainly very industrious. In fact, they are the European version of the Japanese i.e. they are so hardworking! Most of them tend to work continous hours from 9.00 a.m. to as late as 7PM-8PM. I should know because I still see my fellow Italian colleagues at the office even at this hour!
I thought only the Singaporeans and Japanese are workaholics. :-) Kudos to them. It is these people that make Milan the richest city in Italy.
If designer shopping is upsetting the bank balance, head to the popular Saturday market, Mercato di Viale Papiniano by the canals. Get there early (it opens at 8.30am) and bag the first load of designer stock. Aim for the Piazza Sant'Agostino end for the best stock. You'll also find good quality leather goods and cool clothing. There's also a Tuesday-morning flea market at the same spot.
On Tuesdays 7.30-13.00
On Saturdays 7.30-17
Adress: viale Papiniano
Milan has a full array of...
Milan has a full array of nightspots, and one of my favorites was the club Tocqueville 13. They played high energy, Euro house and techno and the place is filled with a high percentage of the gorgeous Milan model circuit.
It's always nice to have wonderful 'eye candy' when you're on the dancefloor! Dress code was very trendy/casual. I didn't spot any 'suits' the night I went and the crowd was very stylish.
Milan to Milan Bergamo Airport
Whenever is your flight from Bergamo airport, there will be a bus departing accordingly, around 3 hrs before the flight departure time from Milan Central Station bus terminal to Bergamo airport. The one way journey takes approxiamate 45 mins and it costs 6 euros.