Hotel Accursio

Viale Certosa 88, Milan, Lombardy, 20156, Italy
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is this a good base for Milan,Venice and Como?

by lengleng

http://www.mioni.it/sito08/gb/hotel/come_arrivare.asp

Re: is this a good base for Milan,Venice and Como?

by Maurizioago

You can visit Padua from Montegrotto T. It's really a beautiful town. Form Padua you can easily go to Venice in half and hour by train if my memory serves me well. Milano is quite far from Montegrotto Terme.

Re: is this a good base for Milan,Venice and Como?

by giampiero6

This seems like a nice combination of out of city relaxation and proximity to Venice, Verona, Milano etc. On the A4 autostrada, you will be able to go from Milan to Venice is about 3 hours (if there's not holiday traffic depending on time you go) It's a very efficient direct route.

To get to Como, it's a bit farther, but seems like a good compromise.

It depends on what you want to do, but you might also consider the Vicenza area, or Verona area

Re: is this a good base for Milan,Venice and Como?

by mccalpin

Note that if you plan on using the train to get places (direct to Venice, probably a connection through Padova to the other places), that the station for "Montegrotto Terme" is "Terme Euganee" (actually, it's "Terme Euganee-Abano-Montegrotto", but Terme Euganee is enough...Montegrotto Terme by itself won't work...)

Bill

Re: is this a good base for Milan,Venice and Como?

by lengleng

Thank you all,I'm researching somemore based on your advices.Much appreciatted :-)

Travel Tips for Milan

Here you see an overview of...

by Silverstar

Here you see an overview of Luino, on the borders of the Lago Maggiore. There are several little 'cruises' every thay that cross the lake to all the pitoresque little cities and towns like Cannobio, Cambiasca, Aronia and Verbania. All have beautiful things to show and are certainly worth a visit.

When visiting the Cathedrals,...

by wanderlust23

When visiting the Cathedrals, or Duomos, in Italy remember that these are working churches. You may want to see the inside, but there are usually services going on. Respect these and try not to make too much noise oohing and awing over the beauty of the church. And also, the Italians take modesty very seriously when one is entering the Duomo. Ladies: do not wear sleeveless tops, you will be stopped at the door and made to wear a shawl over your shoulders or asked not to enter. Men: do not wear shorts into the Duomos, the nuns don't like this either.

Piazza Cordusio

by croisbeauty

In the central position of Piazza Cordusio, a very bussy Milano's square, stands the monument to Giuseppe Parini (1729-1799), a famous Italian poet and teacher. His talent for teaching made him professor of fine arts in the Brera. During the period when Bonaparte ruled the Cisalpine State, he made him a member of the municipal government.

Huge cheat!

by Turska about Angelo nero

We red about this place before,and desided,that there we MUST go!At their web-page is list of bands they are told to play-and it souded great for us.Even if we don´t so much like that devil-team allway used with heavy-music,we took it as a joke.
When we went in and ordered drinks(witch were big and came with chips)there was good music playing,but soon it changed to disco!!!We thought it was a joke,but it just kept going-it started at saturday 23 o´clock.We thought this can´t be true,but it was-what´s the point making disco look like this,and then the music is like in everywhere else.What a waste.
IF YOU LIKE HARD ROCK AND HEAVY-DON´T WASTE YOUR TIME COMING HERE.If you just want to see that kind of place,you can go if you have spear-time,this is little far from other places. We thought,that this would be place,where people wear black(we do allmost allways,so it´s the same for us),but there came people with all kind of"trendy"clothes-so no matter what you wear,I suppouse.

Train Station in Milan, and from airport

by jubistuta79

In Milan, there are two airports, one is Malpensa Airports, located 52km from city centre and the other one is Linate, located only 6km. Most of internation flight will landing or departure from Malpensa, but some of them also from Linate. SO could considered both is international airport.

From/to MALPENSA airport;
1. Train; Remember that Malpensa Express only departure from-to Cadorna-Ferrovie Nord (every 30 minutes and took 40min; charge can be 11 euro). This train station is NOT Milan Centrale. To get there, take Metro Line 2 and 3 only, and stop at Cadorna.
2. MALPENSA bus departure from Milan Centrale (main train station) and take around 60mins. Charge can be 5.50 euro only, departure every 30min.
3. Malpensa Shuttle, also from Milan Centrale (every 20 mins; 5 euro)
4. Taxis; the most expensive can cost you up to 75 euro, and only white taxi! No other taxi. Airport taxi should display 'taxi autorizzato per il servizio aeroportuale lombardo' on the screen.

From/to LINATE airport;
1. The better is taxi and cost only 20 - 25 euro. This WHITE taxi line up outside a terminal (easy to see it).
2. ATM bus No 73 (every 20mins and take 25mins). This bus will go to Piazza San Babila (ticket cost only 1 euro).
3. Coach to Milan Centrale (every 30 mins) cost only 2 euro and take 25 mins.

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Address: Viale Certosa 88, Milan, Lombardy, 20156, Italy