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Via A.Catalani, 21, Milan, Lombardy, 20131, Italy
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UNFORTUNATELLY, ....WHERE I LIVE MOVIE THEATERS ARE FORBIDEN.....

by labaronesa

so everytime I exit KSA I always try to go to a movie theater. Can anyone tell me if in Milan there are movies in English?

Thank you
Virginia

Re: UNFORTUNATELLY, ....WHERE I LIVE MOVIE THEATERS ARE FORBIDEN.....

by craic

i know in rome the english language movie house (Pasquino?) closed down about 7/8 years ago

there was one in Trastevere that said on monday they had an original language movie but it was usually in dutch or czech or something

once they advertised an english one and i panted down there - desperate for english - movie hadn't arrived - nothing happening

i hate that dubbing - i watched wuite a lot of italian tv and puff daddy looks ridiculous dubbed in italian

Re: UNFORTUNATELLY, ....WHERE I LIVE MOVIE THEATERS ARE FORBIDEN.....

by Manara

There is a circuit of three cinemas that devote one day a week to movies in the original language. They have a cohordinated schedule, so on a certain week the same movie can be seen at each cinema on a different day.
Here are days and cinemas with the addresses:

Mondays
ANTEO SpazioCinema
via Milazzo 9 - tel. 02.6597732
(nearest Metro station: Moscova, line 2)

Tuesdays
ARCOBALENO FILM CENTER
viale Tunisia 11 - tel. 02.29406054
(nearest Metro station: Porta Venezia, line 1)

Thursdays
Cinema MEXICO
via Savona 57 - tel. 02.48951802

For information about what is on you can check the websites of the respective cinemas:
www.spaziocinema.it
www.cinenauta.it
www.cinemamexico.it

Re: UNFORTUNATELLY, ....WHERE I LIVE MOVIE THEATERS ARE FORBIDEN.....

by Manara

I don't know when you are going to Milan, anyway, this week the movie is The Dark Knight, next week it will be Charlie Bartlett, in the following weeks Evening and The Other Boleyn Girl. As I wrote above, on a certain wek the same movie is shown in the three cinemas on differend days. Shows are in the afternoons and in the evenings.

Re: UNFORTUNATELLY, ....WHERE I LIVE MOVIE THEATERS ARE FORBIDEN.....

by craic

in english manara?

how amazing milan has english language movies and rome doesn't

Re: UNFORTUNATELLY, ....WHERE I LIVE MOVIE THEATERS ARE FORBIDEN.....

by Manara

If you were Italian you would not be surprised. Milan is much better organized than Rome. The two cities cannot compete in terms of beauty, but I am afraid Romans are not doing much to help visitors or the the many foreigners who have chosen to live in their city.

Re: UNFORTUNATELLY, ....WHERE I LIVE MOVIE THEATERS ARE FORBIDEN.....

by craic

i am surprised and i wish i wasn't surprised

of course pakettle living in padova had an english movie every sunday

Travel Tips for Milan

Teatro alla Scala

when...

by Stylist

Teatro alla Scala

when visiting Milano you have to check out what's on at La Scala! you just have to visit one of the most famous operas in the world! And if you don't got to a performance you can visit the museum.
http://www.teatroallascala.org/ When I was working a friends of a friend a mine who is in the orchestra at La Scala got me a ticket to one of the best places in the house..I went there to watch ' the swan lake' and it was absolutely amazing!!

For a calm afternoon...

by Henrik_rrb

... you should get yourself going to the Brera-area. In the night it's full of people who goes there for a drink, but during the day it's much calmer. Small, small, streets with a lot of small shops, bars, and restaurants. And a lot of people who sells more or less everything on the streets too.

During the day it's more calm though, so you can go there, take your Gazzetta Dello Sport with you, order a cup of coffe and just relax for a couple of hours.

Rinascente

by Diana75 about Fashion and leather

La Rinascente is the most famous and, according to their statement, the most elegant department store in Milan.

I think there aren't so many tourists visiting Milan that missed La Rinascente. And this had two reasons: first for the stylish products and second for the wonderful view of the dome from the last floor.

Beside shopping, La Rinascente has also a bar, a restaurant, an Estee Lauder beauty centre and even a branch of Banca Commerciale Italiana.

Train from/to Malpensa

by MM212

Most international flights land at Milan's Malpensa airport. The smoothest connection between Malpensa and the city is the train. It takes 45 minutes and costs far less than a taxi would. The trains depart every half an hour (on Saturdays, at least, when I was there).

Milan Central Station

by Nemorino

The railroad station Milano Centrale was one huge construction site when I was there, to get ready for the opening of a new high-speed rail connection between Milan and Bologna.

Everything was still in operation, but not always easy to find.

Second photo: Central Station from the outside.

Third and fourth photos: Here, hidden away on the left had side of the station behind a lot of construction fences, is the left luggage office. I left a suitcase here over the weekend while I went to Cremona and Busseto, and it cost me EUR 15,40. (The exact price depends on the number of hours.) The maximum storage time is five days.

Fifth photo: Before boarding a train in Italy, don't forget to validate your ticket -- and your bicycle ticket -- by inserting the tickets, one at a time, into one of these yellow "Convalida" machines.

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