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Viale Monza 111, Milan, 20127, Italy
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Budget accomodation near Malpensa airport

by rafik06

Hi all
We are three on a transit flight to US arriving at 2130 departuring 10:35 next day
I am looking for a B&B/small hotel just for the night probably near the airport. I have seen some hotels with shuttle service , is it free or should we take taxi


Re: Budget accomodation near Malpensa airport

by leics

www.venere.com is a very good site for Italy (and other European countries). It will list all hotels/b&bs etc around the airport, so I suggest you look there.

Small hotels are unlikely to have their own shuttle transfer service (and whether it is free or not depends on the hotel). You can't really decide on transport until you know where you are staying, but may need to take a taxi.

Re: Budget accomodation near Malpensa airport

by rafik06

Thanks for your reply

Travel Tips for Milan

Stadium San Siro

by draguza

Inaugurated in 1926, San Siro Stadium is one of the most recognized football stadiums in the world. The world-class stadium hosts two major Italian Football League Teams: A.C. Milan and Internazionale, most commonly known as Inter. It is officially named Giuseppe Meazza in honor of the Milan player of the 1930s and 1940s, but is still commonly known as San Siro. With a capacity of over 85,000, football fans from around the globe make their way to the stadium for intense national and international matches. Stadium tours are available M-Sa from 10a-5p, except during match days.

Just a little Decoration To Dress It Up

by tpal

This building is the Ufficio del Territorio Milano Consulenze Erariali Demanio. Now, before you get too excited, I have no idea what they do here but I was sure impressed by their building. Located on the corner of Corso Monforte and via Conservatorio this was one of the most spectacular examples of Rococo architecture we had ever seen. The decorative bas reliefs were definitely over the top and fascinating.

A taste of suburban shopping

by sierralyndon about Centro Sarca

There are absolutely no shopping malls in Milan city itself obviously, you'll have to go to the outskirts for that. In fact, the whole concept of a shopping centre is fairly new to Italy - hardly more than 10 - 12 years old. But if you do want to experience what shopping in an Italian mall is like a good specimen might be the Centro Sarca in Sesto San Giovani. They have a big supermarket, about 80 shops, a few fastfood outlets (including Mexican and Tuscan), some cafes and a 10 room multiplex cinema. You'll find your usual franchise stores that you find in the city of course, but it's great to have them under one roof.

Cheap and Easy

by sahel578

The subway system in Milan is pretty decent. The only difficulty is trying to determine what type of ticket to purchase and good luck getting any help with that. No one is going to help you, even if you ask. And G-d save you if you dont speak Italian, because you really will get no help then and very few people speak either German or English. Which really surprised me.

Buy the 48 hour ticket from the vendors at newstands or tabbachi. Validate it at the subway or bus machine. Just hold on to it for the next 48 hours. I think it costs about 4 euros. The subway goes pretty much everywhere and the buses as well. There is little need for a taxi in this city.

My best Japanese Restaurant

by robbye77 about Bento Bar

Located in the cool area of Corso Garibaldi, the restaurant is very nice, great design, gorgeous food and very friendly staff. Don't miss it! Average prices as other sushi in town. You can also have a delivery service for free. Bento rolls and california rolls, perfect taste, not heavy for the stomach. Good wines as well.


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