We want to hire a car with driver to take us from Milan train station to Iseo in Lake Iseo. Can anyone recommend a company?
Having never travelled overseas before I need help with navigating the train network please :)
1. What Paris Station does the Eurostar train leave from?
2. We are told we need to change trains in Milan for Rome. Is it easy to find your connecting train?
3. What Station do we end up at in Rome?
4. At Milan Station, is there a tourist information desk to help us?
Thank you in advance
Will be traveling to Milan in 4 weeks and wondering is it better to change to euros in the states or take dollars and change them to euros in Milan. How easy is it to do currency exchange?
My question is a professional one. I am applying for a job and they are asking me what I'd do in case the following happens:
"You are accompanying a rail journey as Tour Manager and your scheduled rail service from Zurich to Milan is delayed by 65 minutes. In 250 words or less, please tell us what procedures you would follow in these circumstances"
Beside common sense (let the passengers know about it) what else shall I do?
Thank you for your answers. Anett
I'm visiting Milano in october. Can anyone tell me where I can find record shops (vinyl)?
Thanks! Grazie per l'aiuto!
I noticed on my Rail Europe train tickets that I need to change station from Milano Central to Milano P Garibal. How far are they from each other? Thanks
two questions please. arriving in Malpensa, Milan destination Lake Como, is there a bus to Como or is train best? In addition traveling from Padua to Venice ( not the airport ) would the train or bus be best?
Can any one tell me what Stresa offers the week after the music festival ends? Thank you
Hello travel gurus,
I will be in Italy May 22-June 25. I want to use the train some of the time. Taking into account that it will be busy and some of my destinations are popular...Is it worth my time and money I purchase Eurorail (which is First Class)from the states or purschase 2nd class when in Italy. My girlfriend and I are in our 30's-40's and have no physical limitations.
Thank very much.
I have been trying to secure for my spouse and I a space to see the Last Supper while in Milano. I have tried Select Italy but they have no tickets for the late April date I wanted. Any other ideas that don't necessarily having to take a tour? Thanks!