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Corso como is well known for its multitude of restaurants, bars and clubs.
Sincerly I don’t find this area attractive neither by day nor by night as it is renowned for being dangerous and frequented by unreliable people.
I advise you to visit corso como...More
good place to get an happy hour, good also for having a breakfast early in the weekend morning, good even more for an after dinner drinking together with friends, a very popular street since the '90s full of pubs and discos.
maybe too much crowded...More
My friend Steve and I were in Milan recently for the Milan football derby. We spent the first day and a half trying to find where the great and the good go for entertainment at night, ie, pubs etc. Having enquired at our hotel reception...More
The street is one of the most popular spots for locals and tourists in search of the shopping and entertainment. This is a hectic mixture of shops, bars, restaurants and people looking for fun. It is crowded day and night, so be careful and aware...More
I think is a bit far to do walking, you might need to take the metro. The best way is by metro, the station is 100 meters (or even less) from where the pedestrian area begins. If you are planning on staying late might be... More
I think is a bit far to do walking, you might need to take the metro. The best way is by metro, the station is 100 meters (or even less) from where the pedestrian area begins. If you are planning on staying late might be better to go back via taxi.
Question for Milano76, FF and anyone else : ) (3 Replies)
Sorry. I know I'm asking a million questions. Just want to get all info I can for my first trip to Milano. :) My brother is in Florence right now and said that a waiter there told him that there is not much in Milan outside of industry and fashion. I've read information here and other sites that stated differently, so: 1. I hear that many Milanese go away on weekends and that mainly tourists are around then. Is this true? If so, is going out at night on a July weekend night not as...More
May 18, 2006|
Response fromDavide B|
That florentine (?) is (un)fortunate enough to live or at least work in one of the art-richest towns in the world, not only in Italy. Furthermore he is just telling your friend what many others Italians think of Milan, many of whom never moved outside their city limits apart when they go to an all-inclusive village in Sharm... That said milanese people do not even make an effort to "promote" their city, and many of those who live here feel like they have to, not the want to. That does not...More
Neighborhoods/Transportion in Milan (3 Replies)
Hi, I am looking to rent a place in Milan for the Fall. I see listings for all over the city. I would like to know what areas of Milan are considered safe and comfortable, or more so which ones are not. Are the areas around Porta Romana/Lodi and Corso Como nice areas to live? Also, is a daily commute from the stations Lodi to Turati considered far? Thank you in advance, Cali
August 03, 2005|
Did you find an apartment? I ask because I have a friend who is looking for something cheap while she goes to school. Any thoughts? You can email me directly at email@example.com
Returned from Milan (8 Replies)
Hi, returned from the amazing city of Milan this last week and found it an absolutley amazing city, with the people a real highlight, friendly, hospitable, helpful, and very appreciative of the attempts to speak and converse Italian rather than asking for everything in English. Not to bore all but heres a small list of things we found amazing about the city and it might be of use to others going or planning a trip: Visit 10 Corso Como, its a fashion and lifestyle designer shop that also...More
September 27, 2006|
Response fromDavide B|
VEry glad of all you wrote but the ending...Forza Inter??? Come on!!! :-)