Piazza della Scala
the name of "teatro alla Scala" means that theater was built near the old church of S.Maria alla Scala.
The "piazza Scala" not exist, in this place exist old,poor houses (via alle Case rotte) The same 'Piazza Scala' after restoration
Piccolo Teatro Strehler
This famous theater company was founded in 1947 by Paolo Grassi and Giorgio Strehler.
Though it is called a "little" theatre company it has gradually become an international organization with activities all over the world, although it is still based in Milan. It is well-known for its performances of both Italian and foreign plays.
(Another good reason to learn Italian.)
Linate Airport - not many shops
Linate airport doesn't have many shops, so don't rely on here as your last-minute shop stop for your Gucci's and Prada's. There is a duty-free shop with a few designer concessions, but the choice isn't great. I'd recommend that you do as much shopping in Milan as possible.
Smallest disco ever
One of the smaller discotheques at Corso Como is the Loolapaloosa. But even if it’s small it’s not less famous than the other, or worse. Originally an Irish pub, where you dance all over the place.
As long as you’re prepared for a very crowded night it could be the best of places. There are no real dancefloor, so you more or less dance where you stand, or try to dance at least – since it’s normally so crowded.
If you do find some space – stay there, as you for sure won’t find a better place later on…
But it’s a nice place, lot of nice persons, and girls dancing on the bar desk. Note: Guys… don’t try to get up there, if you want to be alive tomorrow too… The staff might be quite rough with guys who’s trying to get up on the desk…
You pay at least 10 euro to get in, including one drink/beer. Normally the line outside is quite long, at least later on during the evening. So if you would like to get in at least quite quickly you should make sure to bring some girls with you. If you’re a group of persons, make sure that there are more girls than guys among you… Otherwise you’ll have problem to enter.
Be sure to take notice about the lamps over the bar desk, as they are flying front and back from pushes from the dancers. Looks quite fun.
The aperitivo at Loolapaloosa (easier to get in there than spelling the name…) is really good, and the place normally isn’t so crowded either. Remember though that you can’t go in when it’s aperitivo, and then hope to stay there all night long. The guards will eventually throw you out when the aperitivo is over, and one hour later you’re welcome inside again, when you have paid the entrance as everyone else… The nicer you're dressed, the quicker you'll get inside... But no real dress code.
Milan Malpensa Airport has two terminals
Terminal 1 is the larger of the two terminals. It handles most domestic and international flights.
Terminal 2 is mostly for charter flights plus a few international services.
To get to Malpensa by Car :
Access roads from Milan are A8, A26. A new road is planned linking the A4 Milan-Turin highway to Milan's western ring road.
Journey time is around 45-50 minutes but can be longer at peak times.