Milan Christmas Markets 2013
Milan, Italy’s cold business capital, can get warmer at Christmas thanks to the warmness of Christmas Markets, which have the power to bring back the magic of the past.
In various parts of the town there are several possibilities for Christmas lovers.
O’Bej O’Bej fair
05.12.2011 – 10.12.2011
Natale a Piazza Portello – in Festa con il Trentino
25.11.2011 – 31.12.2011
monday to sunday from 9 am to 9 pm
Wooden houses with gastronomic specialties and typical craftsmanship products
Artigiani Fuori Fiera – Mercatino di Natale
25.11; 26.11 & 27.11.2011
via procaccini 14
Mercatini di Natale a Porto Valtravaglia
Piazza Imbarcadero sul lungolago
There are three airports in Milan: Linate, Malpensa and Orio al Serio.
For all info on European Airports see: Airports in Europe
There are several train stations in Milan:
Milan central station, the most important one, is connected with the main European destinations Porta Garibaldi station (not too far away from the central station) Milano Rogoredo (South)
Milano Lambrate (South)
Milano Certosa (west)
Greco Pirelli (north)
Milan is served by the highwayA8 from north, A4 from the east to the west, A1 from south. In order to access the downtown by car you need to pay a fee called ECOPASS. This restricted area is marked with white and blue ECOPASS signs .
Parking in Milan is everything but easy, but the city is covered by an extensive public transport network.