Friday, 22 April 2011

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Limousine Milan - What to do in Milan? 
Here's a brief itinerary of places not to be missed for those who come to visit in Milan.

Transfer with limousine from to Milan airports
Airports Milan Malpensa MXP, Milan Linate LIN, Bergamo Orio al Serio

Visit with limousine service the Duomo di Milano
Piazza del Duomo, Milano, 20123
Phone: +39 2 8646 3456
MM Nearest Station: MM1, MM3 Duomo
Visit with limousine service the Milan Cathedral Italian: Duomo di Milano; Milanese: Domm de Milan is the cathedral church of Milan in Lombardy, northern Italy. Dedicated to Santa Maria Nascente Saint Mary Nascent, it is the seat of the Archbishop of Milan. The Gothic cathedral took nearly six centuries to complete. It is the fourth largest cathedral in the world.

Visit with limousine service the Naviglio Grande:
Alzaia Naviglio Grande, Milano, 20144
Phone: +39 2 8940 9971
Fax: +39 2 8940 0181
MM Nearest Station: MM2 Porta Genova Zona Porta Ticinese
The navigli was a system of navigable and interconnected canals around Milan, in Lombardy, Northern Italy. Five canals made up the system: Naviglio Grande, Naviglio Pavese, Naviglio Martesana, Naviglio di Paderno, Naviglio di Bereguardo The first three were connected through Milan via the Fossa Interna, also known as the Inner Ring. The urban section of the Naviglio Martesana was covered over at the beginning of the 1930s, together with the entire Inner Ring, thus sounding the death knell for the north-eastern canals.

Visit with limousine service the Via Monte Napoleone:
Via Montenapoleone, Milano
Phone: +39 2 7252 4301 (L'ufficio Turistico)
MM Nearest Station: MM1 Duomo, MM3 Montenapoleone
Via Monte Napoleone, also spelt as Via Montenapoleone, and nicknamed ‘Montenapo’ by the Milanese, is an elegant and expensive street in Milan, Italy, famous for its ready-to-wear fashion and jewelry shops. It is the most important street of the Milan Fashion District known as the Quadrilatero della moda where many well-known fashion designers have their high-end boutiques and stores from Italian designers to all the world famous brands.

Visit with limousine service the Castello Sforzesco: (Sforza Castle)
Piazza Castello, Milano, 20100
Phone: +39 2 8846 3700
MM Nearest Station: MM1 Cairoli
Castello Sforzesco English: Sforza Castle is a castle in Milan, Italy, that used to be the seat and residence of the Duchy of Milan and one of the biggest citadels in Europe and now houses several of the city's museums and art collections.

Visit with limousine service the Palazzo Reale: (Royal Palace of Milan)
Piazzetta Reale, Milano, 20123
Phone: +39 2 7252 4301 (L'ufficio Turistico)
MM Nearest Station: MM1, MM3 Duomo
The Royal Palace of Milan Italian: Palazzo Reale di Milano was the seat of government of the Italian city of Milan for many centuries, but today is an important cultural center, home to expositions and exhibitions

Visit with limousine service the Museo Cenacolo Vinciano: Last Supper
Piazza Santa Maria Delle Grazie, 2, Milano, 20123
Phone: +39 2 8942 1146
MM Nearest Station: MM1, MM2 Cadorna; MM1 Conciliazione
Santa Maria delle Grazie "Holy Mary of Grace" is a church and Dominican convent in Milan, northern Italy, included in the UNESCO World Heritage sites list. The church contains the mural of the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, which is in the refectory of the convent

Visit with limousine service the Pinacoteca di Brera: Brera Art Gallery
Via Brera, 28, Milano, 20121
Phone: +39 2 72 2631
Fax: +39 2 7200 1140
MM Nearest Station: MM2 Lanza; MM3 Montenapoleone
The Pinacoteca di Brera "Brera Art Gallery" is an art collection in Milan, Italy. It contains one of the foremost collections of Italian paintings, an outgrowth of the cultural program of the Brera Academy, which shares the site in the Palazzo Brera.

Visit with limousine service the Museo della Scienza e della Tecnica: Museum science and technology in Milan
Via San Vittore, 21, Milano, 20123
Phone: +39 2 48 5551
Fax: +39 2 4801 0016
MM Nearest Station: MM2 Sant'Ambrogio
The Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia "Leonardo da Vinci" is a national museum about science and technology in Milan, Italy, and is dedicated to Italian painter and scientist Leonardo Da Vinci

Visit with limousine service the Teatro alla Scala: La Scala Theatre
Piazza della Scala, Milano, 20121
Phone: +39 0288791
MM Nearest Station: MM1, MM3 Duomo
La Scala Italian: Teatro alla Scala, is a world renowned opera house in Milan, Italy.  Today, the theatre is still recognised as one of the leading opera and ballet theatres in the world and is home to the La Scala Theatre Chorus, La Scala Theatre Ballet and La Scala Theatre Orchestra. The theatre also has an associate school, known as the La Scala Theatre Academy

Italian Limousine Network (tm) tours with limousine service  in Milan city:

City Tour in Milan with driver: 4 hrs. half day tour, departure from Milan and return to Milan. You will be collected at the hotel/station by one of our private chauffeurs. Sightseeing tour: Piazza Duomo - Vittorio Emanuele II open gallery. – Sforza castle The wide rectangle square of Duomo (the cathedral square) is the real centre of the town. The Gothic cathedral took five centuries to be completed and is the fourth-largest church in the world. Milan Cathedral is 157 meters long and 40,000 people can fit comfortably within. It has become very popular thanks to it’s a true Gothic style fa├žade and its openwork pinnacles that are punctuated by a grove of spires, topped with statues that overlook the city. The huge building is made of brick faced with marble from the Candoglia quarries, on the Lake Maggiore. From the Northern arcades it is possible to see the well-known Vittorio Emanuele II open gallery. Your 2nd leg of the tour will be the "Sforzesco" castle, in front of the Cathedral Square (Piazza del Duomo), at the opposite side of the avenue which joins them. It was the main residence of the Dukes of Milan built starting from 1360. Today the castle hosts some civic museums and some permanent exhibitions, as a picture gallery with 230 masterpieces of Italian paintings with special attention to the Lombard and Venetian artistic production. Within a stone's throw from there you will be absorbed in the windows-shops of the Milan fashion area, having a look to the most exclusive and elegant streets of the town, going shopping or just drinking a coffee in one of the famous locals, situated along Via Monte Napoleone, Via della Spiga and Via Manzoni.

Shopping Tour in Milan city with driver: 4 hrs. half day tour, departure from Milan and return to Milan. Discover the world of fashion in the capital of glamour and style.  If you are a shopping lover, Milan is Heaven on Earth for you! Our Half Day Tour will take you to the trendiest fashion stores in Milan as Versace, Gucci and Prada, Cavalli, Brioni, etc, discovery of the world’s capital of fashion and style.. Milan is a temple to high fashion. The so-called Quadrilateral (Quadrilatero della Moda) of fashion, formed by Via Monte Napoleone, Via Sant'Andrea, Via Monzani and Via della Spiga north of the cathedral, is top of the list. Just choose which boutique you’d like to visit. Please, noticed this tour only includes visiting Milan’s top boutiques, and does not include any discount shopping outlets.


Shopping Tour from Milan to Fox Town Mendrisio (CH): 6 hrs. shopping tour, departure from Milan and return to Milan. Cross the border from Italy to Switzerland and shop till you drop at Foxtown outlets,(Mendrisio) on this afternoon shopping tour from Milan. With over 130 stores to choose from, you'll enjoy discounts between 30-70% off the recommended retail price. Shop to your heart's content at factory prices for designer brands including: Gucci, Prada, Versace, Salvatore Ferragamo, Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana, Trussardi, Adidas and Nike. Alternatively there are numerous bars to explore or try your luck at the Grand Casino Admiral - all this under one roof!

How to get to Milan city:
By plane
The two main airports in Milan are Linate (LIN) and Malpensa (MXP) A third one has been recently added, which is mainly served by low cost companies: Orio al Serio.
Being a big and important city, Milan is served by two international and intercontinental airports, with flight connections to and from the most important cities of the world.
It is very easy to reach the city from the airport and vice versa.
From the main square Piazza Duca D’Aosta central station, a bus service leaves every 30 minutes to Linate, while, if you need to reach Malpensa, there is an efficient shuttle called Malpensa Express, connecting the city centre to Malpensa every hour at 15 and 45 minutes.
Also, the train connection from the Cadorna station is very useful. The one way ticket costs about 7 Euro. For all detailed information we recommend to visit the website: sea aeroporti di milano

By train
The train service to and from Milan is comfortable and efficient. Wherever you come from in Europe, Milan is always well connected.
The Central Station offers night and day direct trains to and from the most important European and Italian cities. Milan is served by various train stations. The central station is the most important and the biggest, then there is a second one called Milan Porta Garibaldi, not far from the first. For those arriving from the south, the station of Milan Rogoredo and Milan Lambrate are at disposal, while the trains arriving from the west will call at the station of Milan Certosa.
Last, for trains arriving from north, the station of Greco Pirelli is best option.
link ferrovide dello stato

By car
Wherever you come from Europe, Milan is very well connected with all highway networks.
Those arriving from North will take the Milan highway A8, the A4 from east or west, the A1 from south, and other various highways from all the surrounding zones.
Be aware that to access the Milan city centre by car, apart from the chaotic traffic and the difficulty in finding a parking, you will also have to pay a compulsory fee called ECOPASS. Expensive fines shall apply for those who forget to purchase the pass!
The ECOPASS area is marked with white and blue signs with the notice ECOPASS. We also remind you that Milan is served by an efficient network of public transports, in addition to taxi, underground, tram and buses.

By limousine service: (Airport Transfer Reservation, Transfer Service, Airport Chauffeur Service)
It is a service of limousine (chauffeured service) car hire with driver, addressed to a client who wants to relax and enjoy the tourist richness of the place he's in.
Our drivers put at the passengers' disposal their experience, since they are mostly inhabitants of the visited places.
Our drivers will take you to the discovery of tourist itinerary, natural beauties, restaurants, monuments, museums and art works. For an even better service we can give you driver guides or professional torurist guides.
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Sport events in Milan city
Limousine service: Driver available full day 8 hrs. Pick up in Milan area droop off in Milan area. Built in Villa Reale park, north of Monza, a woodland setting the site has three tracks – the 5.793 kilometres (3.600 mi) Grand Prix track, the 2.405 kilometres (1.494 mi) Junior track, and a decaying 4.250 kilometres (2.641 mi) high speed track with steep bankings. Major features of the main track include the Curva di Lesmo, the Curva Parabolica, and the Variante Ascari. The high speed curve, Curva Grande, is located after a slow corner, but usually taken flat out by Grand Prix cars. The circuit, better known for hosting the Formula One Italian Grand Prix, is notable for the fact that drivers are on full throttle for a higher-than-average percentage of the lap due to its long straights, and is usually the scenario in which the open-wheeled F1 cars show the raw speed they are capable of (372 kilometres per hour (231 mph) during the V10 engined formula). It is mostly a flat circuit but has a notable, though gradual, gradient from the second Lesmos to the Variante Ascari. Due to the low aerodynamic profile needed, with its resulting low downforce, the grip is very low; understeer, and the resulting slide can hurt overall speed - and are more serious issues than at other circuits, however, the opposite effect, oversteer, is also present in the second sector, requiring the use of a very distinctive opposite lock technique. Since both maximum power, and minimal drag is the key for speed on the straights, only competitors with enough power at their disposal are able to challenge for the top places. The Monza circuit has been the arena of some of the most tragic episodes in Formula One racing, especially in the early years of the world championship. Since those times, modifications have been introduced to improve spectators safety and reduce curve speed, but it is still criticised by the current drivers for its lack of run-off areas, most notoriously at the chicane that cuts the Variante della Roggia. The circuit is also known to be the spiritual home of the Scuderia Ferrari and their passionate supporters, the Tifosi.(From Wikipedia)  



Wine and food tour from Milan city:
Limousine service: In this "rewiew" we propose taste itineraries. Our driver will collect you at the hotel or home and take you to enjoy a fantastic dinner or lunch with friends or with the company of your love.
Departure from Milan: 5hrs. We will depart from Milan or neighboring towns, the first step will be for a drink or walk in Piazza Duomo, or alternatively in the most famous fashion streets of Milan ( Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga, Via Manzoni, Corso Matteotti ) with the possibility to shop at the most famous shop in Milan.
You can buy wine and food products at the " boutique del Gusto " in Via Spadari.
We will go then to the restaurant, in Via Victor Hugo. One of the most renowned restaurant in Italy, " 2 Stars Michelin" . Menu and wines a la carte.


Wine & Food Tour departure from Milan and return to Milan.
Limousine service: Starting at 9 h, after one hour and half of trip we reach the Langhe, in the deep south west of the Piedmont region , area of production of the most valuable Italian wines like Barolo and Barbaresco. Our journey takes place in the lush hills overlooking Alba, surrounded by vineyards and along tree-lined streets of hazelnuts. The view is impressive, on a clear day you can admire the snow-capped Alps constantly. The first tasting is in the typical area of production of Barolo but you will taste Barbera as well , Nebbiolo and Roero Arneis. At 13 h lunch in a local restaurant to taste the famous Piedmont’s specialties as anchovies in green, the bagna caoda, veal with tuna sauce, the noodles with truffles, ravioli del plin with sauce of three roasts, boiled meat, the selection of Piedmont cheeses such as the Murazzano, robiola Roccaverano, and the tome of pasture and as dessert the “bunet” hazelnut parfait composed by the hazelnut called “Tonda Gentile” from Langhe.


Wine & Food Tour departure from Milan and return to Milan.
Limousine service: Starting 9 h, after one hour and a half of trip we arrive in Alto Monferrato, in the deep south east of the Piedmont, region of production of wines such as Barbera, Dolcetto di Gavi and Ovada. Our first tasting is in the area of Ovada, an ancient town surrounded by hills and vineyards.  The image that the area give us is relaxing.  Dolcetto tasting in Ovada, Barbera and Cortese tasting in a historic winery in the tranquility of Ovada’s hills. Lunch in a typical restaurant where you can taste the specialities of a real border’s kitchen between Piedmont and Liguria regions.  You will delight by trofie with pesto, ravioli with vegetables or noodles with melted butter, and fried cod accommodated , and Piedmont stir-fry mixed, the bunet, and the ice cream with Dolcetto di Ovada. Second wine tasting is in the typical area of Gavi, 40 minutes away from Ovada.  You will taste Gavi di Gavi, Cortese and Barbera in a historic winery in the area.

Tour Lake Maggiore from Milan city:
Limousine service: Full day 8 hrs. departure from Milan and return to Milan. You will be collected at the hotel by one of our private chauffeurs. The first stop is Arona. Arona is the "doorway" of Lake Maggiore. Villa Ponti of Arona hosts art shows with works of the greatest artists of the world, as well as many events and meetings along the year. This Villa was built on the rocky ramp (Rocca) conceived on around 1760 by Bartolomeo Pertossi, a rich merchant and one of the Napoleon supporters. Stresa It is defined the Lake Verbano's pearl, and it is the most prestigious and renowned tourist center of Lake Maggiore. This small village turned from a rural town in an elegan tourist place, first for patricians and nobles, and then for worldwide guests. During the XII and XIV centuries in Stresa there was a castle, whose walls are still visible at the city entrance. After some decades of Austrian domination, Stresa and the whole West bank of Lake Maggiore had been destined to the Savoia family. The Napoleon street dates back to the XIX century, the Sempione tunnel and the railway have been basic elements for the touristic development of Stresa. The reputation of Stresa begun to widespread thanks to the descripion of some eminent travellers as Stendhal, Chateaubriand, Dumas, Lord Byron. Today Stresa hosts conventions, meetings and events of international interest, as well as the celebrated "Stresa and Lake Maggiore music week". Around Stresa it is possible to visit the most beautiful isles of Lake Maggiore: isola Madre, isola Pescatori, isola Bella.

Tour Lake Maggiore & Lake D'Orta from Milan City:
Limousine service: Full day 8 hrs. departure from Milan and return to Milan.
You will be collected at the hotel by one of our private chauffeurs. The first stop is Arona. Arona is the "doorway" of Lake Maggiore. Villa Ponti of Arona hosts art shows with works of the greatest artists of the world, as well as many events and meetings along the year. This Villa was built on the rocky ramp (Rocca) conceived on around 1760 by Bartolomeo Pertossi, a rich merchant and one of the Napoleon supporters. Stresa It is defined the Lake Verbano's pearl, and it is the most prestigious and renowned tourist center of Lake Maggiore. This small village turned from a rural town in an elegan tourist place, first for patricians and nobles, and then for worldwide guests. During the XII and XIV centuries in Stresa there was a castle, whose walls are still visible at the city entrance. After some decades of Austrian domination, Stresa and the whole West bank of Lake Maggiore had been destined to the Savoia family. The Napoleon street dates back to the XIX century, the Sempione tunnel and the railway have been basic elements for the touristic development of Stresa. The reputation of Stresa begun to widespread thanks to the descripion of some eminent travellers as Stendhal, Chateaubriand, Dumas, Lord Byron. Today Stresa hosts conventions, meetings and events of international interest, as well as the celebrated "Stresa and Lake Maggiore music week". Around Stresa it is possible to visit the most beautiful isles of Lake Maggiore: isola Madre, isola Pescatori, isola Bella. The Lago D' Orta is situated to the west of the Maggiore Lake (between the Mount Mottarone), in the province of Novara. It is also called Lago Cusio. The climate is mild, the shores and the environment are picturesque, reach of wood and of cultivations, fervent in industrial and touristic activities.

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