Novotel Milano Malpensa Aeroporto

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Via Al Campo 99, Milan, 21010, Italy
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What is the best way for family of 4 to get from Malpensa airport to Duomo!!

by nuzahmed

What is the best way for family of 4 to get from Malpensa airport to Duomo (which idk if it is in Milan Central or I think u guys said Cadorna??) during the late evening hours? (train, taxi, shuttle, ???) Do shuttles require advance reservation? Also do trains or buses run late as our flt arrives Milan 930pm!!

Thanks.

Re: What is the best way for family of 4 to get from Malpensa airport to Duomo!!

by Paolomusc

Hiya.... see my forum question also. There is a company called Click Airport Transfers and they collect you npersonally and take you into the centre or wherever you want, then collect you again after the stay. I have NEVER used them, but they look good and reasonable. I have asked if anyone else has used them and has experience of them. No answers yet, but if they are good, it might solve your problem.

Re: What is the best way for family of 4 to get from Malpensa airport to Duomo!!

by Bilimari

I took taxi when I went to Milan last year.
Since there are 4 of you, I think taxi may be cheaper, too.

Re: What is the best way for family of 4 to get from Malpensa airport to Duomo!!

by mccalpin

You can get to the Duomo several different ways:
1. train: there are two trains to Milano Centrale in the evening, one at 9:47 (which you'll miss) and one at 10:47. From the central station, you can take a taxi to the Duomo, or the subway. Otherwise, you can go Cadorna station (which is operated by Le Nord, a private railway company) on the train that runs at 9:03, 10:03, 11:03 and 11:23. Once at Cadorna, you can take a taxi or the subway.

2. bus: shuttle buses run every 20 minutes from the airport all day long. These shuttles run until 11:30 (one company) and 12:15 a.m. (the other company). No reservation required.

3. taxi - very expensive - as much as 90 euro.

4. Private conveyance like limos, etc. Yes, you would want to prearrange this, as just picking somebody at the airport is likely to cost more more than the taxi.

Bill

Travel Tips for Milan

Tickets for Inter games

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).

Smog!

by satara

Yeah, they say you will never see a blue sky in Milan. And actually it was quite difficult to take some sky photo for my sky-cafe project on the web.
And you could see lots of local people in the streets wearing some strange masks over their nose and mouth like this tourist in the pic.

Torre Velasca

by draguza

Built in the Fascism era, one of Milan's tallest and most unusual looking buildings, Torre Velasca represents something of an enigma on a number of levels. From its pinnacle, 26 floors above ground, to its base in the Piazza Velasca. Not least because at 106 metres in height, Torre Velasca is the fourth-tallest building in the city, only 20 or so metres short of Milan's tallest, the Pirelli Tower. Furthermore this is no ordinary skyscraper: clad in brownish concrete and with the eight upper storeys cantilevered out from the main structure, Torre Velasca has a striking, domineering and somewhat top-heavy appearance.

MILAN's Best Bookstores!

by Krystynn about Hoepli and La Feltrinelli.

Let's start with HOEPLI first, shall we?

Italy’s largest bookstore with 6 floors and over 150,000 titles....! This is definitely one of my favorite places to hang out during my lunch breaks (when I don't feel like eating. Must slim down and be as beautiful as all these Milanese women). ;-D

You can find lots of expats here too (read: non-Italians).

La Feltrinelli is another favorite place of mine to browse for books. I'll highlight the Piazza Piemonte store (because that's where I go).

Imagine this - 2 floors of books, music and multimedia. On the upper floor, there are large arm chairs and sofas for you to rest your weary feet... and on the lower floor, there is a ticket center for purchasing concert and theater tickets... as well as a cafè surrounded by walls filled with international magazines (Vogue, Harper's etc) and newspapers. Believe me, you'll soon forget about your worldly woes!

Getting your 24Hr ticket

by picknick

You can get a 24-hour Metro ticket for 3 EURO from the metro station at Central Train Station.

Look out for the ticket counter beside the newspaper/magazine stall. The station was very crowded when I was there on a saturday and the queues at the ticket counters was long, and there seem to be 6 queues forming for only 2 counter, but the queue moves pretty fast.

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 Novotel Milano Malpensa Aeroporto

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Address: Via Al Campo 99, Milan, 21010, Italy