Hotel Cipriani

Via Cipriani Oreste, 8, Bicocca, Milan, 20125, Italy
Hotel Cipriani
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any comments about this hostel?

by suru

Heard that following hostel offers accommodation only for ladies. My female friend will visit Milan early next week.Can you kindly let me know any comments about this hostel?and how far from Milan city and how to reach there?
Thanks in advance.

Re: any comments about this hostel?

by GiorgioVRitaly

PROTEZIONE DELLA GIOVANE is a Catholic Organisation that is helping young and not young ladyes. They offer small hotels like in Milano. It's ok for your friend.
Be informed that the hostel isn't open 24 hours, ask for the time of closure in the evening

To go to Corso Garibaldi pake the subway, line n. 2 (green line) and stop at Moscova Station.

Re: any comments about this hostel?

by suru

Thank you for the reply. Hope they offer accommodation.I couldn't get the website to make reservation.Any idea of the website so that i cna know the tariff?

Thanks for the transportation tip.

Re: any comments about this hostel?

by GiorgioVRitaly

The website is:

for reservations in Italy:

20121 MILANO
Segr. - Corso Garibaldi 123
tel. 0229000164
fax 0229004252
CA - Corso Garibaldi 121a
tel. 0229000164

Have a nice stay

Re: any comments about this hostel?

by suru

Thank you so much Giordio..this is really wonderful information and so useful.

Travel Tips for Milan

Sant'Ambrogio churchyard

by vivimero

The church of sant'ambrogio is one of the best in town. brick made in the XXIII century has a gold altar.
worth to visit this picture was taken by a friend from Germany that came to visit the town with me.

Colonne di San Lorenzo

by Ruthy2001

Very near the centre of Milan are the Colonne di San Lorenzo - these are in walking distance from the duomo - just go down Via Torino and keep walking - it is were all the students/hippy or in Italian "grezzo" types hang out.
I thought they were really beautiful anyway as they are roman columns in the middle of the city with a beautiful Greek style church in the centre. There is a tram line which runs past them and it feels you are taken back many years. In the summer you can take aperativo outside and you should really go down there just to people watch.

Swiss style

by nomadig about Bally

If you are (like I am) fond of Bally shoes and clothes, it is advisable to visit their store on Via Montenapoleone. The dark looking store has a lot of good stuff on sale for those of us blessed with thick wallets.

The Bally style is very subtle, and the logos can be really hard to spot on some of their bags. Only the owner (and of course other Bally owners) know the value of the bag. I somehow consider this more elegant than the screaming logos of Louis Vuitton and alikes.

The shop is especially strong on shoes and bags.

Airtport Transfers

by Paisleypaul

This comes up in the forum from time to time - if you click on the flyer it will be full size, and the second picture is the full timetable.
The cards can be found at Arrivals in Linate Airport.

Click these and save to Photoshop or Paint or similar - High definition (5757 resolution) scans so should be well readable!

and the Malpensa express...

by Stylist

and the Malpensa express to Cadorna Ferrovia Stazione
The Metropolitana is the easiest way to get around - but the TRAM is ok to but takes much longer time.
ATM : (the public transport copany in Milan which often is on strike)

But specially in the area San Babila- Via Monte Napoleone- Duomo the fastest and easiest way to get around is by foot

Taxi's in Milano might time some time specially in the morning and around the rush hours -then it might be faster to take the public transport.

But if you tend to stay for a while - buy a VESPA. Everyone in Italy has one - and it is the fastest way to get around!!


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