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Trasporti e mobilità[edit]

Trasporti e mobilità

Trasporti e mobilità

Autostrade Urbane[edit]

the A52 (Tangential Milan North) with the A51 (Tangential East Milan) and the A50 (the Tangential Milan West) composes the most extended Italian system than tangential around to one city, for one 74.4 total length of Km. The svincoli in total are 45 for every sense of march. Adding to the three tangential the city feature of the A4 that runs parallel to the Tangential North obtains a system of city freeways that totally encircles the common one of Milan of 95.4 Km. The entire system more develops on tracks with 3 corsie of march a corsia than emergency for every direction, excluded the Tangential North that it possesses 2 corsie of march and one of emergency. The system does not concur the free complete passage.


Milan is served dallAirport of Milan-Malpensa - MXP (large hub intercontinental), situated in province of Varese and directly connected to the center city through the railway shuttle Malpensa Express, than part from the Cadorna station (managed from the Railroads North), and with various lines of bus. The neighbor Airport of Linate (LIN), instead, that he accommodates exclusively the national traffic, European and low-cost, finds itself in the east zone of the city, to which BUS 73 (from Saint Public square Babila is connected from the line). To Bergamo then lis found international airport of Orio to Serious (the BGY), that it is used mainly for flights charter, cargo and some drafts low-cost. Altogether the three Lombardic airports manage every year a traffic of approximately 34 million passengers and represent the airport system more important of Italia (in the Lombardic zone concentrate the greater part of the Italian air traffic).

Ferrovie nazionali[edit]

[[Immagine:StazioneCentraleMilano.jpg|thumb|right|250px|Facciata of Stazione Centers them]] the city of Milan represents the greatest and important railway node [1] of the North Italy; like number of passengers who journey daily in all its stations are crowded the Italian railway pole more. It is served from following the stations: Stations travellers * Milan Centers them (station head travellers, the more important of the from Milan railway node) * Milan P.ta Garibaldi (the second station travellers of the city, has a part basement) * Milan Lambrate (important station passage travellers) * Milan Rogoredo (important station travellers and port of call goodses) * Greek Milan Pirelli (station travellers) * Milan P.ta Genoa (station travellers of head) * Milan Roman Door (station travellers and port of call goodses) * Saint Milan Cristoforo (station travellers and port of call goodses) * Milan Certosa (station travellers and port of call goodses) * Milan Bovisa (station travellers and port of call goodses) * Milan Lancetti (station travellers of passage) * Milan Villapizzone (station travellers of passage) * Milan Republic (station travellers, basement) * Milan P.ta Venice (station travellers, basement) * Milan Dateo (station passage travellers, basement) * Milan P.ta Victoria (station passage travellers, basement) Three new stations travellers is currently under construction: * Milan Romolo * Milan Tibaldi * Milano/Rho Fair Ports of call for the solo transport of goodses * Milan Shunting] (smistamento goodses) * Port of call Flours (port of call merci)

Every day they journey for the Station Centers them approximately 270.000 passengers, others 100,000 for the Cadorna Station of LeNord and altogether others 250,000 for the other stations scattered in the city, for a total of approximately 620.000 persons. The maggiorparte of they they are pendular, than they join to the Million vehicles that daily enter in the city from the metropolitan area.

Linee AV/AC[edit]

In the next tre-quattro years they will come opened new lines AV/AC Milan-Roma-Napoli and Milan-Torino. The stations for the TAV (Trains to High Speed) will be: * Milan Rogoredo (trains from south) * Milano/Rho Fair (trains from the west)

The Milan-Venice line (towards Trieste) is parzialamente under construction. Station AV/AC for the coming from TAV from east will be: * Pioltello.

Ferrovie urbane, suburbane e regionali[edit]

Ferrovie urbane, suburbane e regionali

[the Railway Service Suburbano] (Lines "S"), composed altogether from 8 suburbane lines (10 from 2008), connects great part of the area Milan Subway (Great Milan), and others important near cities (Saronno, Varese, Como, Novara, etc). The service is managed from Trenitalia and LeNord. The 8 S lines guarantee a every train half hour from the 6,00 to the 00,30, every day of the year for a service similar to the metropolitan (correspond to the RER slow combustion stove and the S-Bahn German). The trains always journey to the same minute of every hour (hour marked the rhythm) and carry out all the stopped ones along the draft.

To Milan it is travelled with ticket to city rate. The Regional Railway Service ("R"), instead, connects Milan to the rest of the Lombardy and to national the railway net. Three various nets of transport are very distinguished and are recognizable to the outside of the stations and the several ones stopped thanks to specific luminous trusts that indicate M, S or R, facilitating therefore remarkablly the interscambio between the systems.



Milan has 3 lines of metropolitan: *

Lavori in corso...[edit]

  • Currently extensions of 3 lines M are under construction various, that they will altogether add to the net others 15 km and approximately 10 stopped new. * The new M5 line, gives it [to Stage of Saint Siro] al border with common of Cinisello the Balsam and subsequently until Monza, intercrossing to Garibaldi Door the M2, the S Lines and the Railroads dello Be, it has been approved of dal Common Cipe and dal of 23 Milan May 2006. * The M4 line (from Lorenteggio to the Airport of Linate) has been approved of from the Cipe and Common of 23 Milan May 2006; I will develop along the Lorenteggio draft - Airport of Linate, intercrossing the M2 to Sant' Ambrogio, the M3 to Spreader and the M1 to Saint Babila. In according to time a M4 it will come equipped of according to branch to long Sud-Est a Mecenate-Hungary axis until arriving in the new quarter of Saint Julia near Rogoredo. * Always 26 Common May 2006 and other agencies Km and 7 have deliberated the studies of planning for the extension of the M2 from the Branch of Cologno Monzese until to Vimercate for 15 stopped and of the M3 from Saint From Milan Donato until to Paullo for stopped 10 km and 6. * Finally, after the railway Passing conclusion of, already it has been started the planning of a Passing second, that it will cross the city to the west, leaving probably from the Station of the FS of Milan Certosa and arriving to a lot probably puts into effect them Station of Genoa Door passing from Pays M1.


The city has moreover a tramway net much extended (287 km of railroads) formed is from tram of old type is from the new ones tram that they go diffusing itself in the greater europa|europee cities [[]]. The tram more characteristic of the from Milan tramway net they are undoubtedly the Undercarriage constructed between 1928 and 1935 in approximately 500 exemplary and still in circulation in 163 units.




In the 20th century, Milan became the most industrialized City in Italy, and is now Italy' s foremost financial centre.

At first contact, From Milan life can seem to From Milan bit hectic and people to bit brusque, especially compared to the rest of Italy.

Get in[edit]

By plane[edit]

Malpensa airport[edit]

The main international airport is Malpensa (Milan Malpensa, tails MXP). It' s to two runway airport, well connected to the center of the City by public transportation.

  • SEA Airports of Milan [2] - official situated of SEA, the firm operating Malpensa and Linate airports.
  • Malpensa Express trains [3] leave every 30 minutes from the Airport and arrive at Cadorna Station after 40 minutes. It should be to fast link, but two to linens congestion it has become like an ordinary commuter train, very crowded at rush hours, particularly going to Malpensa. Ticket: single trip 11 euros (13,50 if bought on train), round trip (single day) 14 euros (17 if bought on train). Ticket must be validated in the station before boarding.
  • Buses leave every 20 minutes for Centers them Station and Linate airport, costing about 5 euros. Travel can take from 30 minutes (weekends) to 1 hour or more (during weekday mornings)
  • Using to expensive taxis to get from Malpensa to the City centre is: 60-75 euros.

Linate airport[edit]

Arrive loads European or national flights at Linate Airport (LIN). This small, one-runway airport is closer to the City centre than Malpensa, but less well connected by public transport.

  • There is to public transport bus stop for the 73 linens outside the terminal building. This goes to Saint Babila Square, in the City centre, which is served by meter linens MM1. The bus runs every ten minutes and costs �' �1. This service bus is managed by ATM [4], the public transport society of Milan. You can buy the ticket from the newsagent or the ATM vending machines. With the same ticket, you can more transfer to one or buses, trams or subways in to 75 tiny period. You can also directly use to comprehensive ticket to many places in the suburbs. More For detail see # Get around. You can obtain information and to timetable from the ATM web site. The "SAINT Direction BABILA M1" lists the stops from outside Milan (from Saint Segrate Felicino) passing trough Linate Airport and going to the City center of Milan (end of linens in Saint Babila Square). The "Direction S.FELICINO" lists the stops from the City center (Saint Babila Square) to the town of Saint Segrate Felicino passing through Linate Airport. Buses leave approximately every 10-20 minutes.
  • To service bus, operated by Malpensa Shuttle [5] connects Malpensa airport to Linate airport (timetables, fares and ticket booking on website). The trip takes 30 minutes to 1 hour, depending on traffic conditions.
  • Taxis from Linate to the City centre cost 12-18 euros.

Orio al Serio airport[edit]

Loads budget airlines fly into Orio to Serious Airport (BGY), about 45km north-east of Milan near the City of Bergamo. Ryanair refers to this as Milan Bergamo Airport. Public transport into Milan is slightly less convenient than Malpensa or Linate:

  • Orio to the Serious Airport [6] - official situated of Milan Bergamo airport.
  • Trains to Milan leave from Bergamo station, which you can get to by shuttle bus or taxi, but is quite to make from the airport. Buses to Bergamo to are run by ZANI and take 10 minutes, at to cost of around €1.50. Trains from Bergamo to Milan run every 30-60 minutes and take around 1 hour. Adult one way to make approx €4.

By train[edit]

By train

The main railway station is Central Station [9], which is served by Trenitalia [10], the Been Railways. Regular trains servants all Italian cities (Turin, Venice, Rome, Naples, Florence and many others), and loads European cities (Barcelona, Zurich, Geneva, Munich, Paris, Stuttgart, Zagreb, Vienna)

Notes that the station is not in to great part of town, though to there to are to number of decent budgets hotels in the area (see "Sleep" below). Options for food and drink in the area to are pretty much limited to the cafes inside the station. At night, parts of Central Station become to sleeping area for vagrants.

Central see Station is served by MM1 and MM3 meter lines and is an interesting place to, since it' s very big and built in fascist style. There is to taxi stand directly in front of the station and to ATM buses terminal on IV November Square, on the left side of the station.

Another important railway station is Cadorna, served by Railroads North [11] (North Railways), to where the Malpensa Express stops and which is also to stop for MM1 and MM2.

Garibaldi station, is the terminus for most commuter railway lines, and is served by the been railways. Passing It is also to stop for the MM2 and for the (see Milan#Get_Around).

Other main train station to are Lambrate, Greek-Pirelli, Rogoredo and Door Genoa for the FS Trenitalia railway and Bovisa and Domodossola for the Railroads North. The Domodossola station is very close to the City section of the Milan Exhibition Centre - fieramilanocity.

Notes that Railroads North (FNM) and Trenitalia (FS) to are two different railway networks, with different stations, different trains and different tickets. For example: if you need to go to Malpensa and you to are in Greek FS Pirelli, you need to go first to Garibaldi station, then take MM2 to Cadorna and then Malpensa Shuttle to the airport. In same cases from Garibaldi station, you can take the passing to Bovisa FNM (these trains leave from the underground station below Garibaldi station and next to the City underground station. Be sure that the train you take stops at Bovisa) From Bovisa you can get on the Malpensa shuttle train.

By car[edit]

By car

The main highways linking Milan to the rest of Italy to are:

The main highway operating company is Society Freeways.

Because of heavy traffic, it is strongly recommended not to drive in Milan during working days. Driving is much better during weekends. Perhaps you should leave your car in one of the well-marked car parks near the highway ring: they' close king managed by ATM and to are easily connected with Milan undergroud lines but they at around midnight. They' king near highway exits in Hunchback Shack (East), Lampugnano (West) and Saint Donato (SouthEast).

By bus[edit]

FS Garibaldi Train Station is also Milan Bus terminal.

The main national bus lines to are operated by Highway but to there to are many other small companies offering even international travel.

Get around[edit]

Get around

ATM operates to public transport network which is pretty efficient (especially the underground lines and the streetcars). Single tickets cost 1 euro and to are available from newsstands, bars and automatic ticket machines in meter stations. Daily and two-day tickets to are available at subway newsstands and the tourist information office. Single tickets to are valid for 75 minutes, during which you can use them on as many trams and buses as you like and for one meter laughs. Your Time starts ounces you validated it by inserting it into to box which prints the dates and Time on it. These to are found inside trams and buses and at the turnstiles at the meter. If you' ve first used to single ticket on to bus or tram you must also validated it when you enter the meter.

  • The Meter (short for Metropolitan, the logo is to big white M on to red background) has three lines, each commonly identified by to color as shown below, and is the best way to get around if you' king near to station. The lines to are: MM1, red (red); MM2, green (green); MM3, yellow (yellow). The last trains run at around midnight (2 a.m. on Saturday nights).
  • The Suburban Railway System (the logo is to big green S on to blue background) includes to special linens known as Passing, usually considered the fourth subway linens, and has eight more lines, each identified by to number (1 to 10, lines 7 and 8 to are not yet operating). Notes that suburban trains run less often than Meter trains (depending on the linens, they range from 1 to 4 for hour) but, as loads lines to share the tracks and the stations, you can expect as many as 10 trains for hour in central Milan between Lancetti and Door Victoria stations.
  • Trams run above-ground on rail lines running through the streets. Being above ground means you get to view of what you' king passing, I know if you don' t need to go to make they' king convenient and fun.
  • Buses should probably be your third public transport option. Less comfortable than the meter and trams, but more routes to choose from. ATM Tram and service Buses stops around 2 am.
  • Taxis to are pretty expensive and drivers to are theoretically not allowed to catch walking customers, they should only pick up from taxi stands or by phone booking. Anyway they' ll pick you up even if they can' t. The main taxi companies answer to phone numbers 02.40.40 and 02.69.69. If you book to taxi by phone you' ll start paying from the moment the driver accepts the call and comes to pick you up.
  • Cars to are definitely not to good idea to get into the City centre. Like most major cities traffic is to considerable problem, not to mention the hassle of parking. During working hours traffic is often blocked, inside the City as well as on the highway ring surrounding it. It is much better at night, but you' ll probably have problems finding to place to leave the car near enough to nightlife attractions.
  • Several buses connect suburban cities and towns surrounding Milan. Loads to are managed by ATM. You can travel on most of them with an interurban ticket (interurban ticket) which to are sold in two forms: including travel in Milan or without. In the without form you can only go to the end of the cumulative linens, while with the version you can transfer to any ATM linens. There to are several rules and distance limits which apply - check on them.




  • of Brera, on Brera Street. Reach by subway MM2 Lanza Station, MM3 Montenapoleone Station, tram lines 1, 4, 8, 12, 14, 27 or buses 61 and 97. * Pezzoli Museum, on Manzoni Street. Reach by subway, MM3 Montenapoleone Station, or with many buses and trams. * Valsecchi Museum, to late 19th century aristocratic mansion with Italian Renaissance art collections located in via Jesus 5, between via of the Ear and via Montenapoleone; subway MM3 Montenapoleone Station, Saint MM1 Babila Station, tram lines 1 and 2, Montenapoleone stop * Egyptian Museum, in Sforzesco Castle. Reach by subway, linens MM2, Lanza Station, or with many buses and trams. * Contemporary Arts Pavillion (PAC), in Palestro Street, near Door Venice Gardens. Reach by subway, linens MM1, Palestro Station, or with many buses and trams. * and Technology Museum on S.Vittore Street. Reach by bus or subway, linens MM2 Sant' Ambrogio Station. * of Milan on Alemagna Street. Reach by bus 61 or subway, linens MM2 Cadorna-Triennale Station. * Natural Science Museum, at 55, Run Venice, inside Door Venice Gardens. Linens MM1, Door Venice or Palestro Stations. Nice It' s and free. Real The [12], opposite South side of Dome, always hosts many exhibitions, usually very interesting.



See loads of the most beautiful churches one can in Milan to are:

  • The Dome, in Square Dome, is Milan' s main cathedral, to massive late Gothic church (started in 1386) in white marble, with hundreds of spires and thousands of statues on its exterior. Its famous facade is currently partly covered in scaffolding. Don' t miss the chance to climb up onto the roof. Great views between the Gothic spires. Reach by subway, lines MM1 or MM3, Station Dome, or with many buses and trams. Roof open daily 9 am - 5:30 pm. * Saint Mary of the Graces (' Saint Maria of the Grazie'), which houses the famous Last Supper (' Cenacolo Vinciano') by Leonardo from You win. You must make to reservation several days in advance as tickets are usually sold out, recently by as much as three weeks or more. Tickets can be only be reserved by phone (02.8942.1146). Reach by tram 20-24-29-30 or by subway, linens MM1 and MM2 Cadorna Station. * Saint Ambrose, in Saint Public square Ambrogio, to beautiful early romanic church which was almost destroyed by allied bombing in World War 2.

Historic Monuments[edit]

Historic Monuments

  • The Sforzesco Castle, to where the Sforza-Visconti ruling families of Milan resided. Later it was the Austrian governor' s residence, when Lombardy was part of the Hapsburg to fill up. It houses several museums. Meter: Cairoli. * The Theatre Scale [13], 1 Public square Scale, one of the most renowned work house in the world. It first opened in 1778 and king-opened in 2004 after extensive renovations.

Other sights[edit]

  • Gallery Vittorio Emanuele, the mother of all shopping malls: upscale shops in to splendid 19th- century palace of to mall. * Ambrosian library historical library with treasures such as Leonardo Atlantic Codex. * National library Braidense [14] is to library established in 1770 by the Austrian governor. In has since acquired other historical collections and the archives of RAI (Italy' s been television). It' s very active in organising workshops and debates on new medium and new technologies. * Via of the Ear and its neighborhood is the center of high-class shopping, to where almost every luxury brand can be found. * Ticinese door and the surrounding area is to very old-fashioned quarter nearly untouched by WWII bombings. From Milan At night people like to have to walk near Columns of Saint Lorenzo (S.Lawrence' s columns).


Milan is to great City to walk around and see the sights and people.

  • Football. Watch the AC International Milan or FC, at the famous Meazza Stadium, also known as Saint Siro. Tickets for most matches to are available in advance or on the day. As many as 60 matches for year are played in Saint Siro from late August until late May. MM1 Station Lottery.
  • Exhibition Fairs. To lot of exhibitions are held during the year, ranging from wines to computers, industrial equipment and chocolate. The old exhibitions area is in central Milan (MM1 Amendola Fair or MM1 Lottery - Fair 2 Stations), the new one is in Rho (North West Milan, MM1 Rho Station Fair, A4 highway Pear tree exit). More For information, visit the website Milan Fair.
  • If you want to see Milan from above you can go on Dome roof (by stairs or lift), between spires and statues. It' s to great experience. Choice Another is the Branch Tower (Camoens street, near Triennial, inside Sempione Park), built in 1933 by architect Gi� Bridges. The tower is 108 m high.



Milan has 8 universities and the largest number of students in italy.

  • University of the Studies of Milan [15] commonly known as Be them, established in 1924 in to 14th-century building named Ca' Granda with to marvellous internal courtyard. The University is on Festivity of the Street Forgiveness, very close to the Dome. Reach by bus or subway, linens MM1 MM3 Station Dome. It also has other facilities around the City, the most important in Celoria Street. * Polytechnic of Milan [16] is to Technical University established in 1863 and it' s now one of Europe' s most outstanding centres for engineering, architecture and industrial design. The main building is on Leonardo from You gain Square, reach by bus, tram or subway, linens MM2 Piola Station or Lambrate Station. The other main (and newest) facilies to are around Bovisa FNM Station. * University Mouthfuls [17], established in 1902, is one of the leading places in Italy for economics. The central building is in Sarfatti Street and other facilities to are in the surrounding area. Reach by bus 79. * Catholic university of the Sacred Catholic Heart [18] commonly known as, established in 1921 in the XV century Saint Ambrose Monastery, it has two very beautiful cloisters designed by Coveting. Catholic university is on Twin Street, right behind Saint Ambrose Basilica. Reach by bus or subway, linens MM2 Sant' Ambrogio Station. * University of Milan - Hut [19] is to new university born as to spin-off from University Be them. It' s situated between Milan and the ounces-industrial small town of Sixth S.Giovanni, in to recently restructured old tire factory grounds. Reach by bus, tram of railway, FS Station Greek-Pirelli. * LIUC [20] established in 1991 north-west of Milan, the small town of Castellanza, half way between Milan and Malpensa Airport, is to Young yet very active university. Reach by train, FNM Castellanza Station. * IULM [21] is to communication-oriented university, established in 1968. Reach by bus or subway, linens MM2 Romolo station. * University Life Health - Saint Raffaele [22] established in 1996 around Saint Raffaele Hospital, one of Italy' s top research centres in biotechnology and medicines. Reach it by subway, MM2 Hunchback Shack station, then light railway to Saint Raffaele.

Almost every Milan university has several facilities around the City and loads of them also have secondary centres in other areas of Lombardy and Italy, I know if you need something specific you' d better ask before getting to there. Every university has its own students' residences, which to are much smaller than they should be, I know they can satisfy only to small portion of demand for them. If you' king not able to get to room in to residence, every university has an ISU, to Studying Right Institute, that can help you find to room or an apartment for rent. Notes that renting to room or an apartment can be very expensive, starting at 400-500 euros/month for to room. [23] is an association that is now experimenting to project to help Non-Milanese students find to home and retired old people find somebody to help them in everyday life. The project is called Prendi in house one student (Bring to Student home), you can ask for information by email at meglio.segreteria(at) or by phone at 02.7602.0589.




Milan is to fashion shoppers' paradise.

The main shopping area is the fashion quadrangle, roughly between Square Dome, Scale Square and Saint Babila Square. Here, in Montenapoleone Street, Vittorio Emanuele Street and Manzoni Street, all major labels have their main shops: George Armani, Prada, Gucci, Versace and I know on. Saint MM1 Babila or MM3 Montenapoleone.

For people wanting to spend to bit less, while still buying beautiful things, other areas to are better. These One of is Vercelli Avenue(MM1 Pagano), another one is Buenos Aires Avenue (MM1 Venice Door, MM1 Lima, MM1/MM2 Loreto).

For hipsters there' s the elongated Ticinese Door area, expecially on Saturday, when the Fair of Senigallia takes place near Dock (now that area is closed and Fair of Senigallia has been moved to to place near Door Genoa MM2 and FS station).

For men' s shoes, you can I give much worse than going to Via Belfiore, near Vercelli Avenue.



Please, eat Italian food. It' s great. Try one of the risotto dishes, for example, and remember that Italians generally don' t like any foreigner who always asks for spaghetti or peak, I know please, read the menu and remember that almost every restaurant has to typical dish.

However if you' king on to long tour of Italy and want to break, in Milan you can also find good Chinese, French, Mexican, etc. food. Chinese restaurants to are mainly located around Paul Sarpi Street, the heart of Milan' s Chinatown.

Avoid the restaurants around the Dome (cathedral) and the central area, they tend to be tourists-only, very low quality at high prices.



At the two Tavern of the Fried Gnocco the 4,5 euro cover charge includes baskets of fried, to square, hollow, hand-size pastries (similar to sopapillas) accompanied by meats, cheeses, or jams (8 to 11 euro). At Via Pestalozzi, 16 (tel. 02 8912,2631) and off the Grand Canal at Paschal Way Pauls, 2 (tel. 02 5810,0216).

The Tavern of the Cheeses on the Grand Canal (Tow rope Large Ship, 54) serves all manner of excellent cheese ones dishes in an intimate dining room heavily decorated with cows. (tel. 02 8940,9415)


In bars you can enjoy great expressed coffee, cappuccino and to brioche for as little as 2 euros. Please notes that bars in the Dome and Saint Babila areas can be very expensive.



Milan is not Naples, the birthplace of peak, but you can find good pizzerias to everywhere. The best areas for peak to are near Marghera street, at the end of Vercelli Avenue, and on the Ships, on Brera, on Paul Sarpi. Expect to pay 8-15 euro for to peak and to beer.

In Milan peak is eaten with to knife and fork, not with one' s hands, but of course eating with one' s hands is possible and welcome.


In summer enjoy frozen, excellent Italian ice cream. The best area for getting to ice cream is near Marghera street, at the end of Vercelli Avenue, but you can find it also on Ships. Bakeries to are open every day, you can enjoy great and inexpensive bread-related food, such as peak and focaccia. You can find to bakery almost everywhere in Milan, even in the Dome area.



In the last several years Aperitive Milan has established to local version of the or Happy Hour.

Roughly from 7pm to 9pm, many bars offer drinks and cocktails at to fixed price (5-8 euros each), also offering buffets with snacks, paste, rice, and many other appetizers.

It is not difficult to get to dinner' s worth out of an Happy Hour.

Loads of the best places for the Happy Hour and late night drinking to are: * Exploit Caf�, near the Saint Lorenzo Columns, in Door Ticinese Avenue; * Bar White man inside the Sempione Park; * Roialto, in Piero of the Francesa Street, near Sempione Avenue; * Honky Tonks, in Siblings Induno Street, near Sempione Avenue; * Bar Magenta, in Carducci Street; * The Saloon, in Niccolini Street, Chinatown area; * Frescobar, in Coveting Street, Chinatown area; * Birrificio Lambrate with its own branded beers, in Adelchi Street, near Lambrate Station; * Many others, especially near Vetra Square and on the Ships (the navigable canals). * Simonetta, bohemian pub, with comics and musicians, with beer at 3E on Mondays

Sitting down for coffee or for to drink in Square Dome or in the Vittorio Emanuele nice Gallery can be, but it can also be very hard on the wallet.

Milan by night[edit]

Milan by night

Milan has to great variety of places where you can have fun. To great starting point is Como Avenue, near Garibaldi Station, full of bars and glamorous clubs. Another place to where you can go is Ships quarter, near Door Ticinese Avenue and XXIV Square May, to where you can find to lot of small pubs. In many pubs and bars you can find to free booklet named Zero2 which is to guides to Milan Nightlife: if you don' t know what to I give or to where to go, I give grab one!

There to are bars and clubs open all week long but usually few people go out at night on Mondays or Tuesdays, the vast majority prefer to have fun on Thusdays, Fridays and Saturdays. However, Wednesday night appears to be one of the coolest to go out in stylish vip-frequented clubs.




  • IYHF hostel - Follow the signs from QT8 stop on the red linens to Molino Dorino. Very relaxed curfew compared to most in Italy. Look out for the nightwalkers you pass on the way to the hostel.
  • Postello - [24] (in English). �' �10/night, and was ounces to squat. They to are currently saving up to buy the building they to are housed in, I know staying to here helps them achieve their goal. Good Internet access, and have an anti-facscista focus.
  • Ostello Olinda - [25] To former psychiatric hospital.



Ensuite these All have facilities, shower, bath, WC, TV in room, 24 hour lobbies.

  • Amadeus Hotel - Via Vitruvio, 48. Phone 02-6692141 (fax 02-66713291). Very convenient for being really close to the Centers them station. The average rates to are �' �80 but weekend rates for to single room can drop to as low as �' �42. * Wales Hotel - Lima Public square, 2 Tel: +39.02.204841 Fax: +39 02,2048422 [26]. The Wales Hotel is the ideal solution for to business or pleasure trip in the heart of Milan.. Singles from �' �75, Queen size bed from �' �92, parking �' �21 for night. * Canova Hotel - Via Napo Torriani 15. Tel: 0266988181 Fax: 0266713433, Singles �' �51 doubles �' �68 cheapest booked via Octopus Travel, more expensive direct. Parking Euros 20 for night, or use cheaper local garage. Excellent location near Station Centers them and low price * Hotel House Mine, Tree-lined avenue Vittorio Veneto, 30 (corner P.zza Republic) - Ph. +39.02.6575249 - Fax +39.02.6552228 [27]. Just 15 minutes walk to the Dome and 10 minutes to Via Montenapoleone, small and attentive. Average prices: single rooms �' �65, doubles �' �90, triples �' �120. * Ideal hotel, Via of Thousands the 60 - Ph. +39.02.701.065.66 - Fax +39.02.701.066.66 [28]. The Center of Milan, University Be them, Center them Train Station and Linate Airport to are just to few minutes from Ideal Hotel. Average prices: single rooms �' �40, doubles �' �60, triples �' �75.restaurants. * Hotel The Residence, Via Scialoia 3 - Ph. +39.02.6461646 - Fax +39.02.6464268 [29]. To stay in Milan dedicated to comfort and tranquillity. Approximate prices: single rooms �' �55, doubles �' �88, triples �' �100, quadruples �' �120. * Mercure Run Milan Genoa as of 2004 Tel: 02 643 50 03 singles �' �60, doubles �' �70, parking �' �20 for night. * Fenice Hotel - Run Buenos Aires, 2 Tel: +39 02,29525541 Fax: +39 02.29523942[30]. The Fenice Hotel is located in to perfect location: just to short distance from Via Montenapoleone, of the Ear and the fashion stronghold with its famous boutiques. Singles from �' �65, Double from 100�' � night. * Bonola Hotel - Via Torrazza 15 Tel: +39 02 381.017.46 Fax: +39 02 381.017.86 [31]. Close Bonola hotels is to the freeway exits (the the Tangential West exit "Certosa Tree-lined avenue" is 1 km away), ��oeRho-Pero”, the new trade show center and Mazdapalace the historical trade show center. This simple and comfortable spot is the ideal solution for your stay in Milan. Singles from �' �40, Double from �' �60


Stay safe[edit]

Stay safe

Although Milan is generally to safe place, it pays to watch one' s valuables, especially while making use of public transportation or in other crowded areas. Perhaps you should avoid certain part of the City at night, such as Central Station area. Areas in the outskirts and suburbs can become to bit unsafe at night because of the lack of nightlife.

Get out[edit]

Get out

  • Lake Como - Beautiful lake in the foothills of the Alps. See the villages of Como, Mennagio, Bellagio & Varenna. Regular trains (50 minutes from Cadorna station) and buses. * Monza medium-size town with to beautiful pedestrian-only centre and marvellous Park, Park of Monza, the largest enclosed Park in Europe. Inside the Park to there is the National Automobile race track to where the Formula 1 GP, Superbike and other minor races take place. Regular trains (15 minutes from Door Garibaldi Station) and buses. * Bergamo - Elegant walled hilltop university town. Regular trains (50 minutes from Lambrate station) and buses. * Lake Garda - Beautiful lake with to lot of beautiful small cities, the best is Sirmione. Two big theme parks to are nearby: Gardaland, the best in Italy, and Canevaworld Resort, home of Movieland (to movie theme Park) and to water Park. Regular trains (65-85 minutes from Centers them station) and buses. --

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