Una Hotel Century

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Fabio Filzi, 25/B, Milan, Lombardy, 20124, Italy
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
46%
105
Average
20%
46
Poor
7%
17
Terrible
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8

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  • Couples77
  • Solo65
  • Business49

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Taxi Fare

by JoeRizal

Hello again,

How much should I expect to pay for a taxi from Malpensa Airport to my hotel which is very close to Repubblica Metro. There are 4 of us with 4 big bags planning to get a taxi into Milan town.

Your response would be highly appreciated.

Thanks,

JOE :)

Re: Taxi Fare

by 64novpt

Last october I've paid 90€, we were 3 and the bags were not that big...

Re: Taxi Fare

by muratkorman

Instead of paying a fortune to taxi, you can take Cadorna Express train from Malpensa or you can take the shuttle bus to Centrale. From Cadorna or Centrale,the taxi fare will be not much.

Re: Taxi Fare

by leics

Yes, I agree. Malpensa is a long way from Milan and a taxi will be expensive.,

Take the train and then get a taxi onwards from either Cadorna or Centrale.
Train times, details and fares in English here;

http://trenitalia.it/homepage_en.html

Search for 'malpensa aeroporto'.

Re: Taxi Fare

by mccalpin

Take the FS train from Malpensa to Centrale. It's cheaper than the LeNord train to Cadorna (7 euro versus 11 euro), and besides, Centrale is much closer to Piazza della Repubblica than Cadorna is, so the taxi fare will be cheaper.

The FS train leaves Malpensa twice an hour at 22 minutes and 43 minutes after the hour most of the day.

P.S. taxi all the way from the airport will be pricey...I know it's more than 70 euro, and with oversized bags and other surcharges, I could see it crawling up to near 90...the question is whether or not you guys can handle your luggage on to and off of the train, as porters are hard to find in modern Italy.

P.P.S. hmmmn, you did say that there were 4 of you, so even 90 euro is only 22.50 euro each...and with the cheapest train/taxi combo, you'll still pay probably 9 euro apiece...so, it's a question of convenience for an extra 13 euro a head...if some of your party can't handle their bags, have mobility problems, or whatever, the direct taxi from the airport may still be the right choice for you...

Bill

Re: Taxi Fare

by JoeRizal

Thanks all !

I posted this question because I never knew about FS train - initially I thought I would have to go to Cadorna from Malpensa - but now with FS train, I can go straight to Centrale, so this is going to be my option.

Thanks once again :)

Re: Taxi Fare

by mccalpin

The FS train service to Centrale is quite recent (like weeks), so it's no surprise you hadn't heard about it...

Bill

Travel Tips for Milan

Miscellaneous Tips...

by Donna_in_India

Meeting New People and Seeing New Places

These tips are based on my last 8 weeks of traveling in Europe/Africa:

1. Buy/pre-order as many museum/attraction tickets online as you can.
2. Ask the taxi fare before taking off in a taxi, especially if it’s late at night or coming from an airport.
3. Charge your camera batteries every night.
4. If you have a Eurail pass and need to make reservation make them in Europe. It’s a lot less expensive.
5. If you’re climbing a few hundred steps up a tower, monument, etc. go only a clear, sunny day.
6. Learn at least Hello, Thank you, and Goodbye in the foreign language of the countries you are visiting.
7. Turn your cell phones off inside churches, museums, etc. If it rings and you must take the call, do it outside!
8. If there’s a running commentary (live or recorded), be polite and be quiet.
9. Dress appropriately and be respectful in churches.
10. If you’re traveling with children, don’t let them disrupt others around you. If they cry or throw a tantrum, take them outside.
11. If you have a complaint, do it reasonably without yelling and cursing.
12. Regarding pictures:
a. If there are signs saying “No pictures”, don’t take pictures! There’s a reason for the signs. Do you really, really need that picture of Mona Lisa to prove you’ve seen it?
b. Learn how to use your camera before the trip. If there are signs saying “No flash”, make sure you know how to use the camera without it.
c. If you see a couple or family with one person taking pictures of the other(s), offer to take a picture of both/all of them. Maybe they’ll reciprocate.
13. Check local holidays. Since many museums and stores will be closed, you’ll need to have other plans for the day. (Most stores throughout much of Europe are closed on Sunday.)
14. Don’t try to do too much. Leave some open time to just explore.
15. You’re on vacation so relax and have a good time!

Heel in the bull balls

by Joeplaboem

In the middle of the Gallery you will find mosaics on the ground. On the left side with your back to the cathedral you will find the bull.
Put your heel in the bull's balls and make a full turn on your heel.
Locals will tell you your sex life and potential will be higher now.

A rodeo near Milan?

by sierralyndon

Just south of Milan in the town of Voghera (about an hour away on the highway towards Genova), there is a place called the Cowboys Guest Ranch. I was flabbergasted when we arrived (to an event organised by friends). It was a real ranch with horses and cattle, a small theme park for kids called Cowboy Land with farm animals (ncluding bison and llamas) and mechanical bulls! There is also a bar / saloon, hotel and restaurant. They have "live" music and on weekends, there are rodeos and cattle herding competitions and stuff.

PRADA Italia!

by Krystynn about Fashion and leather

Well, what can I say?

Even if you don't think you can part with your hard-earned cash to buy a pair of Prada shoes, it's still O.K. to stroll in to the boutique and window-shop.

Do dress well before you enter into any of these luxurious designer boutiques.

No, I don't usually buy any of the stuff in Prada when I'm not given a hefty discount. Meaning: I visit Prada only during mega-sales period! Yeah... Yeah... go ahead and laugh... I know I'm a cheapskate ;-) Prada bags, Prada outfits, Prada shoes... Don't ask....

How to get to San Siro

by Calcio

The best way to get to San Siro is for sure by the metro. Just take the red line, and stop at the station "Piazza Lotto". From there you'll take the shuttle-bus, that takes you right in front of the stadium (it's a normal, orange, bus, but it's written "sports centre) or something on in the front). From the Duomo it will take around 15-20 minutes by the metro to Piazza Lotto.

Or, you go there by foot, which always is nice. Just follow all the people from the metro, and you'll be at San Siro within 15-20 minutes.

You can also go there with the tram, going from the centralstation for example, or by bus (only to Piazza Lotto) number 90 or 91. Going for example from the Central Station. From there it will take around 40 minutes to go to Piazza Lotto, but don't forget the traffic... At some days it will be impossible to reach the stadium...

Also by car you can of course reach the stadium. It's situated in the south of the city, almost a bit outside the central parts. There are some parkingplaces around the stadium, but it cost quite much to stay there, and on big matchdays you also risk to be without a place.
Not to mention the traffic afterwards, when around 60-85 000 people are going home from the game, a lot of them by car...

So my advice is to take the metro.

On other nights than matchdays the San Siro-area (at least some parts of it) is quite rough, and you might see both female, male and shemale prostitutes there.

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