Nuovo Murillo Hotel Milan

Viale Murillo 22, Milan, Lombardy, 20100, Italy
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  • Families75
  • Couples45
  • Solo80
  • Business61

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Transfer from&to Malpensa Airport, possible fees and available choices?

by ssanni

I'm going to visit Milan next month, and going to stay in milan on 21st Sep in the Green Motel near Malpensa Airport, and catch the flight the next day. Because there seems to be no public transportation around the hotel, I would like to know how much it would cost if I take taxi there, or what other choices may I have? The hotel provides transfer from and to the airport at the price of 35 euros/one way, which I think is quite expensive.
Thank you in advance!

Re: Transfer from&to Malpensa Airport, possible fees and available choices?

by mccalpin

Hmmmn, the Green Motel is interesting...first, it's in the middle of nowhere (which, since the airport is also in the middle of nowhere, is really saying something). Second, the hotel has a lot of "specials", most of which are charges for a bedroom for 6 hours...this hotel caters to people who apparently want to have a quick stop away from prying eyes for a few hours, or so the website (with lots of photos of loving couples) would want you to believe.

As for the 35 euro fare for the limo, yeah, this seems high, but note that a taxi would have to charge you double the meter anyway because there is no way that the taxi will find a fare without going back to the airport, a roundtrip of 16 kilometers...so at 2 euro per kilometer, that' 32 euro (just a guesstimate on my part) so the 35 doesn't seem so outrageous.

Anyway, is this where you want to stay?

If you want to stay in a more standard hotel, there are several near the airport. I have stayed in the First Hotel (http://www.firsthotel.it/en/index.php). It is a business class hotel, so not the cheapest, but it has a full service restaurant and bar on site, and a free shuttle to the airport (at least, it was free for us - check the website). Although there is nothing around the hotel except for a few houses, for someone who wants to spend the night near the airport for an early flight and wants to have dinner and something to drink before bed, it's perfect.

Bill

Travel Tips for Milan

Piazza Fontana

by Flamegirl

Piazza Fontana is round the corner from the Duomo, almost in its shadow. A bank here was the site of a bombing in December 1969, when 16 people were killed.

Many theories have been expounded on who was to blame; some believed extreme leftwing anarchists or terrorists; others suspected rightwing extremists who wanted to strengthen their political might by provoking an anti-leftwing backlash.

Later suggestions included the Russians and Americans, but in Italy these things are often obfuscated to the point that nobody can ever know "the Truth". In very recent years a patient Milanese judge does seem to have unravelled what led up to the bombings (see link below).

One consequence of the bombing was the arrest of Giuseppe Pinelli, an anarchist (soon proven to be innocent) who was "suicided" ("fell") from the fourth floor of the police station in a murky episode which formed the basis of Dario Fo's play "Accidental Death of an Anarchist".

I've studied the play, seen it twice and it's one of my favourite pieces of Italian theatre, which is why I'm creating a tip of the place which inspired it.

Also, whilst this episode is little known outside Italy (perhaps even amongst younger Italians), it was a crucial turning-point in Italian history.

For a more detailed and thought-provoking account of the bombing and its subsequent events, see www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1373/is_3_50/ai_60081463

Coffee

by muratkorman

Italians are coffee addicts and from breakfast till late night, they use every chance to drink coffee. You will see many coffee shops all around Milan. Italians regularly go to these coffee shops, take their coffee quickly and leave. If you stay long enough in Milan, you also become a coffee addict :)

Casa Galimberti

by draguza

Architecture of the Liberty style can be found in the historical center of Milano and there are several hundreds of Art Nouveau buildings in Milano. Here below are represented some of the Ceramic frescoes from "casa Galimberti", in via Malpighi(MM. POrta Venezia), built between 1902-1905 by architect G.B. BOSSI

Milan "in"

by mario_spring_83 about Cafe atlantique

A very nice place to spend a night. People sometimes can be a little bit "snob" in my opinion but you can have this problem in all the places in milan...it just depends on the moment.
Till midnight people use to chat and drink something; after enjoyable for dancers! Don't go wearing running shoes or shorts...

Subway/Metro in Milan

by meteorologist1

Getting around Milan is easy by the subway. All the major attractions as well as the train station lie on the subway lines. You can buy the tickets at newspaper stands around the city and at the train station. Each ticket cost 1 euro each and is valid for 75 minutes after stamping.

Ask for a subway map at the train station or information center.

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