Hotel Fiera Milan

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Spinola 9, Milan, Lombardy, 20149, Italy
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 39% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families75
  • Couples57
  • Solo40
  • Business43

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Visiting Milan

by mertilang

Hi,

We(family of four)are planning to visit Milan for two day from Rome this early July. Could anyone please give us a suggestions on:
1.The most convinient way to get there
2.A reasonable (3stars or 4stars) hotel to stay at
3.Sites and Places to visits

Thanks alot

Re: Visiting Milan

by leics

You could fly but, imo, the best way to get there is by train. It will be faster than flying, once you have taken time getting to/from the airport and for check-in/baggage reclaim into account and you will see much more.

Italian trains are safe,comfortable and reasonably-priced.

You do not need to buy tickets in advance, unless you want to do so. Ticket machines to Rome Termini station have English language options and are easy to use. Trains to Milan Centrale are frequent. Journey time is around 3 hours, one-way fare from 75.10 euro.......although there are a few much slower trains at 44 euro one-way. Click 'all solutions' to see these trains as well.

Train times, details and fares in English here:

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

Imo, the best site for finding Italian hotel accommodation is www.venere.com It is reliable, has good mapping and honest guest reviews and is used by many VT-ers. www.booking.com is a good alternative.

If you do decide to fly then check www.whichbudget.com and www.skyscanner.net for carriers. Booking well in advance gets the best fares.

Re: Visiting Milan

by Manara

About places to visit, the main landmarks are:
- the Duomo, a beautiful gothic cathedral (recently cleaned);
- the Castello Sforzesco, a castle a short walk away from the Duomo;
- Brera Gallery, with masterpieces by Donatello, Mantegna and others;
- Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper;
- The Basilica di S. Ambrogio, a beautiful medieval church;
- The fashion district, a small area where all the streets are packed with shops selling Armani, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Valentino, Versace etc. Awfully expensive, but window shopping costs nothing. My fav is the Armani Megastore, in Via Manzoni, near the Scala theatre.
To get information about Milan explore this website: http://www.turismo.comune.milano.it/pls/milano/!turismo?lang=2

Travel Tips for Milan

Going to Milano Center

by Erkmen

I was wondering which way was better to get to Milano center. There were two options train and shuttle buses.

Malpensa Express trains are leaving every half hour at 15 and 45 pass the hour. And buses every 20 minutes.

Trains travel time is 40 minute, While buses were told to be around 50-60 minutes..

I was out from the Terminal at 10 past 10, so I decided to take the train at 15 past 10. Trains were leaving on the ground floor of Terminal 1 and I was in the first floor of Terminal 2.. I followed the signs and soon I was on the Terminal 1 and got my ticket..

Dont forget to stamp your train ticket at the gates..

Sunglasses and walking shoes are compulsory

by tomerik

Bring some walking shoes. Don't bring your fanciest photo gear. It might be stolen from you. Sunglasses!!! This is the most important thing to bring with you to Italy. All Italians are wearing them even if there is no sun. Preferrably from some designer like Armani or Gucci etc.

Cheaper fashion

by Manara about RJ Outlet

In this shop, belonging to a chain with shops in several other cities, you can buy designer's clothes and accessories at discounted prices. Reductions vary from 50% to 70%.
You will find here items by Armani, Fendi, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Moschino, Versace and others.
Opening time is 10 am to 7 pm, Tuesday to Saturday, 2pm to 7 pm on Mondays. Clothes, shoes and accessories. My preferences go to items that are meant to last more than one season, such as coats and jackets. Even if heavily reduced, prices of the most famous brands are never cheap.

A bar, in an old church...?

by Henrik_rrb about Sacristia

During my last week in Milan I sprung into one of the strangest pubs in the whole city... "Sacristia", as the name might make you think it's an old church.

On the roof there are still the paintings from the old "owner", while there is also a small library with a lot of book on the second floor (but without reach for the customers).

In the basement there is a dancefloor, while the first floor is used as a normal pub.

Nice place, even if bartenders seemed to enjoy to put the volume up to maximum everytime there was a song they liked. Which unfortunately were quite often...

Another, good thing, is that it seemed to close late, we came there 1.30 am when there normally just is time to take a last beer, but stayed there for more than 90 minutes, without the personal seemed in a hurry to close the place.

A little rough, but still a perfect place to end the night in Navigli when all other bars are closed. Come as you are.

Get yourself on the metro

by vichatherly

The Milan metro is called the ATM and consists of four lines

Red MM1

Green MM2

Yellow MM3

Blue Passante Ferroviario.

It runs from 6am to midnight. We got a 24 hour ticket for 3 Euros, which was a bargain.

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Address: Via Spinola 9, Milan, Lombardy, 20149, Italy