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Via dei Fontanili 26, Milan, 20141, Italy
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Transportation Help

by stevertr

Can anyone help me with the best way to get from the Central Rail Station to:

Palazzo Liocorno Ingresso 2
Via Paracelso 4
20041 Agrate Brianza (MI)

I've tried using the AM site and I'm just not smart enough I fear.

Thanks so very much

Re: Transportation Help


Agrate Brianza (I think that the address is located in a business center called Centro Direzionale Colleoni) is about 20 km far from Milan Central Station and is not reached directly by metro or urban transportation, so using ATM site is not possible to calculate path.

On the same site there is a link with the trunk connections http://www.nordesttrasporti.it/ but it seems to be available only for italian version and frankly is not very easy to understand lines and stops.

In my opinion the best way to reach Agrate Brianza is to take a taxi. If you want to save money you could reach the terminus of Metro Line 2 - green COLOGNO NORD and take a taxi there (from here are about 10 km).


Re: Transportation Help

by stevertr


Do people in that town not work in Milan??

Is there no bus service, or train service of any kind to the city?

I'm just curious in that if my son works in Agrate Brianza for the summer, that will mean he basically can't live in Milan.

Re: Transportation Help

by robbye77

Hi there! You can reach the Centro Direzionale Colleoni by public trasportation in this way. Use underground n. 2 (MM2 - green) up to COLOGNO NORD. At the subway station there's a free shuttle service which runs all day long at least every 30minutes (more often in rush hours, less in the middle of the day).
Mostly of people working in Agrate Brianza lives in Milan, easy and fast to reach from the city by own car but not that bad by public transportation. If your son would live here in summer it would be better live in town, as outside is pretty boring after work 'cause public transportation at night is quite bad.
Just ask if you need more helps. Rgds, Roberto

Re: Transportation Help

by stevertr

Awesome... Does anyone have contact info for the company that runs the shuttle service?



Re: Transportation Help

by robbye77

Sorry for the delay, been abroad few days. Btw, here you are some contacts: AUTOGUIDOVIE ITALIANE SPA - web www.autoguidovie.it - phone: +39 02 55400298.
Cheers, Roberto

Travel Tips for Milan

Arena Civica

by draguza

Deliberately located in the restructured Castello Sforzesco area in order to provide a stable home for festivities and celebratory events for the Repubblica Cisalpina and the new Regno d'Italia, the Arena Civica was designed by The neoclassical architect Luigi Canonica in 1805 at the north eastern end of the Parco Sempione. Built with materials taken from the castle ruins and modelled on Roman amphitheatres, the Arena has an elliptic floor with four main entrances: to the south-east stands the Triumphal Arch in granite framed with two pairs of golden columns; opposite this is the Porta delle Carceri flanked by two towers, as found in roman models. On the north eastern side is the Porta Libitinaria and on the south west the Loggia Reale which has a monlithic Corinthian column in granite. Now used as a sports ground, the elegant construction has seen some changes this century to increase spectator capacity, transforming the terraces.

Further Afield

by antistar

Within an hour or so train journey from Milan are a number of interesting towns and cities. Pavia is an historic nearby town that used to be the capital of the region during the years when Milan was a fading star. The city of Como is beautifully located on the lakes near the Swiss border to the north, and Bergamo is a town worth more than just a look from the airport when you arrive on a Ryanair flight from Standsted.

Via Del Corso... Another Favorite Place Of Mine

by Krystynn about Fashion and leather

Ah, VIA DEL CORSO is another favorite place of mine to shop here in Milan. This avenue contains some really excellent shopping and bustling cafes and bars where you can take a well deserved break from shopping. It is completely pedestrianized so no noisy scooters or traffic will distract you from your major religious experience here in Milano (read: Your shopping!)

** Most shops in downtown Milan no longer close for lunch and observe instead an orario continuato.
Women's clothes... Men's clothes... Shoes... Everything! Don't ask. Let's just say your boyfriend's/ husband's mood will be good enough for him to even agree to tag along behind you on your shopping expedition! ;-)

Milano metro

by Willettsworld

Milan's metro is clean, cheap and efficient. It has three principal lines - MM1 (the red line), MM2 (green) and MM3 (yellow) - that all meet at the hub stations of Stazione Centrale, Duomo, Cadorna and Lima. Tickets are as follows:

Single - valid on the whole network for 75 minutes from validation but for only one journey. Cost = € 1,00.
1 day travelcard - valid for 24 hours from stamping on the whole Milan network. Cost = € 3,00. A 2 day travelcard costs € 5,50.

Food to die for!

by glo39 about Trattoria dei Cacciatori

With my rudimentary Italian I prodded the hotel clerk to give us a recommendation to someplace non touristy. The Trattoria dei Cacciatori is located in Castello di Longhignana. What a beautiful and picturesque setting.
The service was impeccable, the wine lovely, the food outstanding. What a find this was in this otherwise industrial area of Milano. Fabulous. My son and I dined there 2 evenings in a row. The 1st night we sat inside and the 2nd night outside under the arbors. We were recognized the 2nd evening and we were given the same 2 waiters to attend to us which was fine with me.
The hostess sent them hopping for English menus for us as well when she saw us returning.
The 1st evening we had: gnocchi, zuppa, flan, fiori e porcini, coniglio, cicorino, torta fondente, mousse and espresso.
The 2nd night we enjoyed: merluzzo, flan, ravioli pesce, pappardelle, costata, spiedini, mousse, clafoutis and limoncello on the house


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