Napoleon

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Via Ozanam 12, Milan, Lombardy, 20129, Italy
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 24% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Obtaining tickets for Inter games in Curva Nord

by crockettobaggio

Hi,
I fly out to Milan on sat 07/11/09 to go to see Inter v Roma on the sunday evening. I would like to get tickets sent across to England but after weeks of research this is proving near impossible. So it's looking like i may have to travel across and try to purchase a ticket either on the sat or the sun. Obviously sat would be better but i need to find out where the ticket outlets are and when they are open.
I hope somebody can help with my enquiry!
Thanks

Re: Obtaining tickets for Inter games in Curva Nord

by bazsi79

Hi,

this is Internazionale's website on ticket sales.

http://www.inter.it/en/biglietti/acquista.html

It says it is possible to buy tickets online, but only in the week preceeding the match. And the site also lists other sales points where you can buy the tickets in Milan or in other cities.

I've also been to an Inter match in Milan some 4-5 years ago, and know I could get a ticket somehow online in advance. But unfortunately I don't remember exactly how, and whether the ticket was sent to me or I picked it up at the stadium...

I think you should try to book it online a week before the match, and then pick it up in Milan at the stadium.

Re: Obtaining tickets for Inter games in Curva Nord

by apexro

Even my reply is late for you, i think you might like to know what i'm going to say. Tickets for Inter games can be bought on line one week before the game, on the Internet: www.intern.it. You receive a kind of voucher which you have to print and when you go to the stadium, there are special places for Internet tickets, where your voucher will be changed with a normal ticket. You need an ID paper with you (passport or card ID). Women and children receive reduced price tickets (except for the direct games between Inter, A.C. Milan and Iuventus).

Re: Obtaining tickets for Inter games in Curva Nord

by crockettobaggio

Thanks both of you for the info, i have now been to see inter twice since i first posted on here. The game against Roma was a bit tricky, tickets were not allowed to go on sale on-line for security and public order reasons so i had to buy from ticket office before the game. I got there nice and early and only had to wait around half an hour for a ticket and got one in curva nord where i wanted to be. For the Lazio game i went to this weekend i ordered on-line and collected my ticket from the office near ingresso 7 as directed.Easy!
I will be travelling across for the derby game in January so i expect this to be a little more tricky to obtain tickets for Curva nord but i will try!
Forza Inter!

Travel Tips for Milan

see the Duomo...and just walk...

by Angel_Dust

see the Duomo...and just walk around, the streets are filled with quaint little shops and restaurants! The Duomo is the 4th largest in the world! Hmmm....it's gotta be the food....the pastas are out of this world and the gelati...don't get me started! The night scene is pretty spectacular too...go to the two rivers...it's rocking at night. But if you're a lone female...WATCH OUT FOR ITALIANS!!! The men I mean!

Saint Ambrose in Milan

by draguza

On the 7th of December, even the frenetic Milan stops every year to celebrate its patron saint: Saint Ambrose, who was its bishop in Medioeval times.

This is a real “holy” event, not only for its religious nature, but especially because the citizens of Milan are really envolved in it! In particular they woudn’t miss for any reason the “Oh Bej Oh Bej” fair, which traditionally takes place exactly in the period of the patron saint’s celebrations, and this year from 5th to 8th of December.

This is one of the most ancient events in Milan. The legend tells that its strange name “Oh Bej Oh Bej” comes from children’s astonished exclamations (the expression, in fact, means something like “Oh how great, how great!”), amazed by the wonderful presents given to the city by the Pope Pio IV in 1510 . The fair is still the reign of surprises for children and for adults as well, thanks to more than 400 stalls full of every kind of objects and to an overwhelming atmosphere of feast.
Traditionally, here people buy Christmas decorations, eat hot chestnuts and drink “vin brulè” (hot spiced wine), perfect against the ice-cold of Milan

Antiques Market

by draguza

'Il Naviglio' has its open air antique market at the end of every month. The last Sunday of each month except for July and August, the canal turns into one massive shopping area. It's called the "Mercatone dell'Antiquariato" and is packed with antiques, great finds, and loads (loads!) of people

Sorrounded by old ruines

by draguza about "Ragno d'Oro"

Ragno d'Oro is a spacious garden bar surrounded by the Spanish walls of Porta Romana. There are niches and the gazebo's decorated with mattresses and cushions on the floor- a nice bit of elegant Italian style. Also serves one Milan's best aperitivos.

This bar is sorrounded by the "Spanish Walls", so called because they were constructed during the Spanish invasion in Milan in 1600 Informal

The metro

by Gard

The Metro is a great way to get around in Milan. For 1 € you get a ticket which is then valid for a period of 75 minutes, if I’m not mistaken. I have included a link to a map of the metro lines. The only problem with the metro was that it was quite noisy. It was almost impossible to have a normal conversion while the train was in motion. Apart from this Milan is quite a small city so it is actually not a problem walking around to the major attractions. It seems like Milan also have an extensive network of tram lines so I guess if you can figure out this system it can also be useful for getting around.

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Address: Via Ozanam 12, Milan, Lombardy, 20129, Italy