Isola Apartments Milan

Via Pastrengo, 14, Milan, 20159, Italy
Isola Apartments Milan
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anything going on..???

by eagle05

I will be in Milan from27.07.09 for a few days. Anybody any ideas if anything special is going on in Milan..festival/ concert..etc..
Other question what is the cheapest way from airport into town..

Re: anything going on..???

by muratkorman

The cheapest way to reach city center from Malpenza is the shuttle bus service.It takes about an hour and you will reach Centrale FS in that way.But I suggest you to take Cadorna express which takes 45 minutes for a couple of Euro more. From Cadorna station, you can take metro to any point in Milan. Check my transportation tips for details.

Re: anything going on..???

by johnmi

Bus is the cheapest, event bettere if you use the company with the "pay 2 buy 3 tickets" promotion.... :-))

As far as events are concerned, check

Re: anything going on..???

by ArlaLeeC

If you are a Christian, there will be a Lord's table meeting that day.

Travel Tips for Milan

The Beautiful people, the beautiful people

by Mazza1

Milan made an extremely interesting exercise in people watching, but I cant say I really connected to the soul of the place, as the main ethos and emphasis of Milanese life was that of living the lifestyle. This is pursued with near religious acharnement. You might be interested to know that apart from the Gucci glasses and funky hair, the Milanese style hinges on a more classic look with mink fur coats and besmocked poochies as the ultimate accessory for wealthy residents, particularly of middle-aged women and naturally de riguer for La Scala-ites! Scalamania has recently taken on fresh impetus with the recent victorious re-opening of the popular lyrical theatre after a 3 -year and £42m restoration project. (The Duomo looks to be following suit as the whole of the façade was covered in scaffolding while we were there). The weekend in Milan did my Italian a world of good considering the number of times I had to complain. As a tourist I am highly suspicious of being fleeced, fobbed off and generally taken advantage of. I quibbled everything - from charges on bills that I didn't understand, to poor customer service. At the airport ticket kiosk for the coach into town, appalled by the off-hand manner of the clerk I ordered the ticket man to get off his mobile phone while serving me. Inevitably I was met with an evil stare. Airport service for you - sometimes it really is not worth it!
By the end of the weekend I was thoroughly fed up of unscrupulous types blustering and expostulating at everything I pointed out that I was not happy about, and with good reason too. It's all about making the quick buck in Italy. Now don't get me wrong, I am not a petty person, I am not even an especially difficult person, (I am just one of the most demanding when it comes to exacting the highest standards!!!!) That notwithstanding one thing I feel very passionately about is the experience of the traveller, the right of access to the same standards as ordinary locals. I will put to rights any individual who thinks they can palm me off with a second rate experience because I am a clueless foreigner who does not speak the language or know the value of the moneta.

Cover up

by glamourprincess

Remember that you have to respect the local etiquettes when you visit churches and cathedrals, and other religious places. It is required to cover up bare skin, shoulders, arms, .. So if you want to experience the great cathedrals you should pack up some light shirts that cover your shoulders/decollage, and some longer shorts/skirts/pants to cover your legs/thighs. If it's too hot, bring sarongs or kaftans, anything you can throw on before entering.

fashionista heaven

by willy_wonka about D&G

via montenapoleone - like who hasn't heard of this famous street! the area around MN is famous for being the home of the high fashion designer labels. think gucci, prada, dolce & gabbana etc etc etc.

oh yeh, it's all good for the women! you guys might want to avoid like the plague!

photo shows the dolce & gabbana store, very funky indeed! alot!

Old Fashion Cafe

by Star_Dust

Old Fashion Cafe
Wednesday nights are International Student Nights!
All non-italians enter the club free of charge.

2 dance floors. In the summer, there is an outdoor dance's great!

This is my favourite place of all time!!!!!!!!

Malpensa shuttle

by lina112

When you arrive to Milan Malpensa airport to go to town there are two ways by train Malpensa Express and you arrive to Milan Cadorna train station or Malpensa Shuttle the bus service and you arrive to Milan Centrale train station. It takes 1 hour aprox, there are buses every 20 minutes, on summer first bus is at 00.25 am and the next is at 3.00 am. I suggest that if you have to catch the one at 00.25 go early because this service used to be full. The open return ticket cost 12 euros and you can buy in internet or in the ticket office or bigleteria on arrivals, the stop is outside the terminal.

Una vez que llegas a Milan Malpensa para dirigirte a la ciudad puedes ir en tren que te deja en la estación de Cadorna o coger el Malpensa Shuttle que es el servicio de autobus que te lleva a la estación de tren central y que tarda 1 hora en llegar. Durante el día salen el autobús cada 20 minutos hasta la noche que se reduce el servicio, en verano el 1º autobus es las 00.25 y después a las 3 de la mañana. El billete de ida y vuelta abierta cuesta 12 euros, el billete se compra en la oficina que tiene en llegadas, justo cuando sales de coger la maleta y el control de pasaporte.


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