Gamma Hotel Milan

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Valvassori Peroni 85, Milan, 20133, Italy
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  • Couples47
  • Solo50
  • Business37

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Getting from Milan to Grenoble and back

by braeoz

I'm trying to get to Grenoble from Milan (and return)...
What is the best way to do this? Train/Plane/Bus?
Keep in mind that I'd like to keep the price as low as possible too...

Re: Getting from Milan to Grenoble and back

by leics

You can find train times and details on the Italian railway webiste in English here:

http://www.trenitalia.it/homepage_en.html

but not fares, because the change/s happen in another country (i.e. France).

The French railway website

http://www.voyages-sncf.com/billet-train/horaires

gives a Grenoble>Milan fare of 65.40 euro, which may give you an idea of costs.

There is a long-distance bus which travels via Milan and Grenoble to Lyon. Look at

http://www.eurolines.it/en_site/default.htm

for times and fares. Bus is likely to be cheaper than train.

I can't find any flights to Grenoble using www.whichbudget.com or www.skyscanner.net

Travel Tips for Milan

This was a very strange...

by photobf

This was a very strange experience. I was visiting the Cathedral, and this huge crowd of people started gathering and this guy came out of the bank there. He started making a speak, and I have NO idea what he was saying, but I thought I should get a picture=)

Cappuccino, the breakfast coffee

by csordila

Cappuccino, the breakfast coffee — a shot of espresso, black as hell, strong as death, infused with one-third steamed milk, topped by one-third foam and drunk in the morning by Italians, but never after lunch or dinner. With that much milk it is considered a meal in itself and is the classic Italian breakfast. Locals cannot understand why anyone would order a calorie-rich cappuccino after a huge meal.
If you see a bunch of people sitting around drinking cappuccino at three in the afternoon, congratulations, you have found the tourist bar. Perhaps the best reason for not sitting down is that your cappuccino will cost two, three maybe even four times as much as it would cost at the bar.

San Pietro in Gessate

by Diana75

The church was build by Guiniforte Solari in 1475 following the order of Benedictine brothers.

The typical lombard facade was recuperated in the restoration works held in 1910.

The Grifi chapel is beautifully decorated by Butinone and Zenale's frescos with scenes from S. Ambrogio's life.

Pogue Mahone's

by paulmacn about Pogue Mahone's

It is probably the best Irish pub outside of Ireland that I have visited. When I lived in Milan, it was a place that could really induce major nostalgic musings about the Old Sod. Probably due to all of the photos in the pub, Tayto crisps and a good amount of Irish people there. The Guinness isn't bad either. Casual

Orange to go!

by baronedivandastad

Milan's iconic trams can be spotted more or less everywhere. The city's traffic planners were smart enough not to do away with the tram tracks in the early 70s. In that period, the high cost of electricity and the fact that space on the streets seemed plentiful for the few cars that circulated at that time prompted almost every council, from Rome to Catania, to remove the tracks and get rid of trams.

Milan has proudly kept its trams, and they can be heard clonking in almost every corner. While the tracks are hazardous if you cycle (Milanese do!), trams are an invaluable and picturesque way to go around the city.

The standard fare is one euro for a single trip.

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