Hotel Verona Milan

Via Carlo Tenca 12, Milan, Lombardy, Italy
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eating in the historic centre of Milan

by dottaz

We are staying in the area and would appreciate tips on reasonable places to eat, we also would like to book somewhere special with plenty of atmosphere for a special occasion.

Re: eating in the historic centre of Milan

by gildapaolina

I was in Milan recently and ate at 'I chiostri di San Barnaba', a very beautiful and good restaurant located right in a '400 cloister garden (http://www.ichiostri.net/index2.htm).
Had a complete dinner for 35 euro, but you can simply go for an 'aperitive' paying only 8 euro (drink and free buffet).

Hope it helps, cheers!
Gil

Travel Tips for Milan

know a bit of its history:...

by MVMT

know a bit of its history: Lombardy, which takes its name from the Lombards, a Germanic people who dominated the region from the sixth to the eighth century A.D., dates back over 9,000 years to the Camuni civilisation, traces of which remain in some 300,000 rock carvings, dotted over 24,000 rocks in Valcamonica; a world heritage archaeological site.
Thanks to its geographical position, as far back as the first Iron Age Lombardy was a crossroads and a meeting point between the cultural areas of the Mediterranean and the continent. During the fifth and fourth centuries B.C. various Celtic tribes migrated into the region in waves. Around 400 B.C. the Insubri people founded Milan after having conquered the Etruscans.
Following the collapse of the Roman Empire, Lombardy fell easy prey to the barbarian hoards invading from northern Europe. In 493 A.D. the whole of the Po River valley came under the rule of Theodoric, king of the Ostrogoths. In the second half of the sixth century A.D. the Lombards arrived and established their government at Pavia.

In 774 A.D. Charlemagne’s Franks conquered king Desiderio thus initiating Carolingian rule. In the tenth century, Lombardy was convulsed by a series of struggles between bishops and feudal lords. The era of the communes began with the final defeat of the power of the bishops. In 1176, in the battle of Legnano, the Lombard communes, united under the banner of the League, defeated Frederick I, nicknamed Barbarossa.
The Middle Ages marked a glorious period in Lombard history, with Romanic culture mediating between the classical influence and that of the Christian barbarians. By the end of the twelfth century the administrative framework of the commune had been defined and consolidated. The era of the communes saw the ascendancy of the great dynasties: the Della Torre family, then the Viscontis, who came to power in 1278 when Ottone Visconti was proclaimed lord of Milan, while the Gonzagas, powerful land owners and great builders, conquered Mantua in 1328. The Visconti period was a decisive one in the history of the region due to their expansionist policies, which dotted the Po River valley with castles and huge farmhouses. From 1428 Bergamo, Brescia and subsequently Crema belonged to the Republic of Venice for three hundred years. With the treaty of Lodi in 1454 Francesco Sforza was installed as duke of Milan. The Sforzas brought the formation of a powerful State to completion: this was the golden age of the Renaissance, which began with Leonardo da Vinci's stay in Milan.

Packing List

by DinaNasser

In the summer Milan is hot hot hot and HUMID! Light clothes for the summer, definitely. Also, in the winter it can get pretty cold. This year, it snowed for a bit. Be sure to pack wisely and accordingly.

Shopping in Milan

by Flamegirl

There are several markets in Milan, mostly food and everyday items, though on Saturdays you'll find one near the navigli/Piazza XXIV Maggio.

For high-street shopping there is Corso Buenos Aires and Via Torino (nr duomo) , or if designer labels are more your thing, check out Corso Vittorio Emanuele II or the magnificent Galleria (see photo) and the famous Via Montenapoleone.

Warning: shopping in Milan is hazardous to your bank balance!!

Understanding why !!!

by mauro_pd about Mom Cafe'

The essence of the worldwide famous Milan's nightlife style (?) is currently (august 2002) a not so new spot called 'Mom Cafe' ...
Nothing !!! This is the famous nightlife style in Milan ! Follow this procedure:

Take a spot, go there for the aperitive time, make sure it has some free space in front (along the street), take your drink, stand outside talking with fellows ... if after one week a lot of people are doing the same then u created a new trendsetter spot !!! More than as u are :-)

The Malpensa Shuttle Bus into Milan

by starship

We traveled from Malpensa into Milan prior to going on to Bellagio and once returning from Bellagio. The second time we took the Malpensa Shuttle Bus into Milan and it was just as convenient as the train, if not more so and slightly cheaper. Signs in the airport will help you find the loading area for the Malpensa Shuttle Bus (this will be printed on the side of the bus). You buy your ticket (biglietto), which is 4,50 Euros each way, directly from the driver as you get on the bus. The bus is very comfortable and was not crowded when going or returning from Milan. The bus will drop you off at Stazione Centrale which also connects with the Metro or subway. When returning to Malpensa Airport, the Malpensa Shuttle will be located where you were let off also.

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 Hotel Verona Milan

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Address: Via Carlo Tenca 12, Milan, Lombardy, Italy