Residence House Aramis Down Town

Viale Gorizia 6 - Piano 1, Milan, 20144, Italy
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Forum Posts

How to get the milan daily travelcard for 3 euro?

by michellemiche

Hi, how can i get the 3 euro daily travelcard? because the ATM webpage is not in english. Do i hav to book it online before travel?
can someone tell me?
thank you!

Re: How to get the milan daily travelcard for 3 euro?

by Venelin

Great news :( The website was much more user-friendly before and it did have an English version.

You can buy the card at any newspaper kiosk and tobacconist. You can also buy it at a ticket machine of the underground stations. It's called carta giornaliera. You do not have to and cannot buy it online.

It's valid 24 hours from the moment of validation and not until midnight, so it's even more useful. For your information, there is also a two-day card for 5,50, called carta bigiornaliera, valid for 48 hours.

Re: How to get the milan daily travelcard for 3 euro?

by leics

The Italian for 'daily ticket' is 'giornaliero'.

There is no need to buy online. Although I have not been to Milan recently, I am sure you can just buy daily tickets from the usual places you would buy tickets: machines, ticket offices, newsagents/tabacchi etc, as you would elsewhere in Italy.

http://ciaomilano.it/e/transport/pubtra.asp

Re: How to get the milan daily travelcard for 3 euro?

by bekerovka

Hy,
You can buy ticket at ATM Points and at bars, tobacco shops, stationery shops, kiosks with ATM sticker on the door. Don't worry, they are everywhere in Milan, about 2200. You just have to ask it.
You can also purchase ticket in all metro stations from the ticket machines that accept both coins, notes, credit cards and ATMs.
Here the list of all retailers: http://www.atm-mi.it/SiteCollectionDocuments/elenco%20rivendite.pdf
Ciao, Marco

Re: How to get the milan daily travelcard for 3 euro?

by puerto_lover

The one day Milan travelcard is called :

Abbonamento giornaliero

If you go to the ATM web site and specifically for the MAP page:

http://www.atm-mi.it/it/Giromilano/Pagine/default.aspx

on the right hand side you have a few choices to make by ticking boxes.

One of these is ATM POINT
and you can see an office in the Piazza del Duomo. This is obviously the most central.

But see the others at main metro stations listed :

ATM Point si trovano all’interno delle stazioni metropolitane di:

* Duomo M1-M3
* Centrale M2-M3
* Cadorna M1-M2
* Loreto M1-M2
* Romolo M2
* Garibaldi M2

Travel Tips for Milan

Wrong ortograph!

by Mikebond

I saw this inscription on a wall in the quartier of Crescenzago, in a suburb of Milano, where we stayed at Hotel Agape. It was fun because the author didn't know how to write Lenin correctly. Someone who saw the mistake (and who probably didn't agree with the content) wrote "Ignoranti!" ("Ignorant!") below. I don't know if you can see it.

Since eating is a big thing in...

by AgentJX

Since eating is a big thing in Milan, many dinners can take a long time, and the resturants don't rush you. In most places you need to ask for the check, or you will be their all night. But sometimes its a good thing to just hang out after you are done with dinner.

Department stores

by Paisleypaul about Clothes - not high fashion

upim can be found at Piazza San Babila, opposite San Babila Metropoiltana. It is an Italian department store and, together with coin, gives some possible retail options without paying the high fashion prices (saw a Versace bag on Corso Genova for Eu2800...eek) Paupers like me should avoid bags........! Anyway there are 4 upim locations in Milan :

ASSAGO
via Milanofiori, 1
20090 - Assago (MI)
Tel 02 57503100
Fax 02 57792549

BOVISIO MASCIAGO
SS. dei Giovi, 35/41
20030 - Bovisio Masciago (MI)
Tel 0362-591019
Fax 0362-595219

BUSNAGO
Via E. Berlinguer, 48
20040 - Cornate d?Adda (MI
Tel 039 6095386
Fax 039 6095386

MILANO - BONOLA
Via Quarenghi, 23
20051 - Milano (MI)
Tel 02-38006482
Fax 02-38010548

There are plenty of places to...

by snmred

There are plenty of places to go sit, have a drink and either socialize with friends or sit and people watch. You can also find any kind of music to hear on almost any given night (Mondays are a little tough). You can grab a free weekly publication at any Metro stop that will list all the weeks club goings on. The paper is called Metro conveniently. It's in Italian but very easy to understand. Try the Brera for a casual drink with friends. There is also street vendors out there late nights about five days a week so you can do some browsing too.
The Brera seems to be the place for the good-looking 20-30 something crowds who aren't going to the discoteque that night or aren't there quite yet. The disco's are good, great music especially by American standards but can be very crowded after 1am. They are where the very good-looking people go so look your best. Ladies, good but not skimpy. Men, nice, almost professional with nice slacks and a button up shirt.

http://www.cs.brown.edu/courses/cs173/2001/Mystery

by Sergioalc


http://www.cs.brown.edu/courses/cs173/2001/Mystery/milano.gif
By plane: Linate International Airport, www.sea-aeroportomilano.it (the biggest in Italy!). www.alitalia.it

By train: www.trenitalia.it.


The best way: the Metro (Subway).
There's a ticket to travel by metro valid for 24 hours after validationa at a reasonable price ('Abonamento Giornalero urbano').

PRICES: Urban transport ticket: 75 min: € 0.78 - 24 h: € 2.59 - 48 h: €4.65.
Metro Map: http://www.cs.brown.edu/courses/cs173/2001/Mystery/milano.gif

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Address: Viale Gorizia 6 - Piano 1, Milan, 20144, Italy