Hotel Ideale

Viale Dei Mille 60, Milan, 20129, it
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Forum Posts

What to do in Milan

by PerAsperaAdAstra

Hi guys, in April I will spend one week in Milan. According to my planning, I will need approx. 4-5 days for the interesting sights. Do you have any idea what else to do? It would be cool to get out to one of the lakes near the city, but I won't have a car. Is there any chance to get there by train etc.?

Re: What to do in Milan

by PerAsperaAdAstra

PS: I forgot to tell that I also plan to get to Bergamo. As my flight leaves from there, it would be convenient to do it at the last day of my journey. But where to leave my luggage?
Thanks for your help, greetings

Toby

Re: What to do in Milan

by leics

www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html will give you train times, details and fares in English. I should think a daytrip to the lakes is entirely feasible.

Do you mean explore Bergamo itself on your flight day? There's a left luggage office at Orio al Serio airport itself. Details here:

http://www.sacbo.it/Editorial/newsCategoryViewProcess.jsp?editorialID=2677¤tMenu=2676#sect6

From what I can gather there is no left luggage facility at Bergamo railway station. The Bergamo tourist info people might be able to help. Contact details here:

http://eng.turismo.bergamo.it/edtfll/edtfll_ctg.asp?CC=31

Re: What to do in Milan

by PerAsperaAdAstra

Thanks for your help! What stations should I go to when visiting the lakes and can you then reach them by foot?

Re: What to do in Milan

by mccalpin

In addition to the national railways (Trenitalia) that J mentioned, there is also a private railway that runs to Milan and points north. For example, you can take this private railway from Milan Cadorna station and go up to Como, which is on the south end of the lake...(note, I have never been to Como, so I can't opine as to its suitability for you).

The only thing is that the private railway has its own stations, so you would go from Milano Cadorna (on the northwest side of the city center, reachable by subway) to Como Lago. Look at http://www.lenord.it/en/index.php , choose the milan branch, then do the pulldown menus for Cadorna (Milano) and Como Lago to see sample schedules...looks like it goes frequently...

Bill

Re: What to do in Milan

by leics

I haven't been to the lakes either, so it might be worthwhile posting another question in the Milan forum about this particular aspect.

Travel Tips for Milan

You must visit the Duomo and...

by mariana2002

You must visit the Duomo and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and the Castle near Cadorna train station. If you are there on a sunny Saturday or Sunday afternoon, you must go hang out at the park near the castle.

See AC Milan or Inter Milan play at San Siro

by tomerik

While visiting Milan there's a big chance that one of Milans two Serie A teams will be playing at home. Inter Milan and AC Milan are among Europes most supported football teams with several top class players on each teams.
Visit their web sites for additional information. National Serie A matches are usually played on Saturdays or Sundays while Champions League matches are played on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Tickets are sold on the web.
The crowd is always superb and is worth going to the match in itself.
Prices range from €10-€50 depending on your seats. Buy at least the club scarf which is sold outside the stadium before the match.

Famous department store

by muratkorman about La Rinascente

Rinascente is located in Piazza Duomo just beside Galeria Vittorio Emmanuele. Even just the location is enough to make it popular. You can find all you can ask from a department store. Many brands with a variety from high fashion to mid-level. Fashion wear It all depends on the brand.

Panini a go-go

by mauro_pd about Kiosk

It's not as easy as you might think eating out in Milan after midnight; either you go in a crowded pub or you can rely on some street vendors or kiosks.
This one is really special, with incredibly tasty panini and sandwiches ... try it, take your outmeal, sit in the small park beside and enjoy the night !!!

Eurostar

by lina112

The best way to travel in Italy is by train, are fast, eficient and very confortable. We traveled from Milan to Venice Santa Lucia in Eurostar in second class, the train was very confortable and clean. The trip took 2 hours and 30 minutes. You can travel in first class too, you pay a little more but the difference is not much. We bought the tickets 2 days in advance and we didn´t have any problem

La mejor manera de viajar por Italia es en tren, son rápidos, eficientes y cómodos. Viajamos desde Milan a Venecia Santa Lucia en el Eurostar en segunda clase, el tren era muy cómodo y limpio. Tardamos 2 horas y media en llegar. Tambien puedes ir en primera clase pagando un pco mas pero la diferencia no es mucha. Compramos los billetes 2 días antes del viaje y no tuvimos ningun problema

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