Hotel Excelsior Magenta

Address: Via Cattaneo 67/71, Magenta, Lombardy, 20013, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via Cattaneo 67/71, Magenta, is near Brera, Museo di Palazzo Ducale, Europark Idroscalo, and Idropark Fila.
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      Travel Blogs from Magenta

      Arrivederci Italia !

      A travel blog entry by dbragoli on Dec 12, 2014

      6 comments, 20 photos

      Aujourd'hui ce termine mon aventure en Italie! Mais quelle aventure de reve! La quantites de choses que j'ai apprise, les idees que j'ai acquises et surtout les gens que j'ai connu ont fait de ce voyage un moment inoubliable ! I just left Milano where I took my last course of coffee and I loved it ! I'm actually very sad to leave this beautiful country and all my friends here, who knows when I will see them again? but it's now time ...

      Viva Italia

      A travel blog entry by kelmichellebell on Dec 10, 2014

      6 photos

      ... building at about 12:02. Parking in Europe is rather comical, you can essentially park anywhere that has open pavement, or is somewhat out of the way. Remember all of the cars here are tiny, so they jam those little cars into tight spots everywhere. We drove up & down the street two times before finding a spot. Then ran to the front desk to alert the receptionist of our arrival. We were in the wrong building! Thank goodness the front desk woman spoke english, and was able to ...

      Venice drizzle and cool 12deg

      A travel blog entry by kenb on Nov 30, 2014

      Museum at Academia for a bit of culture- lots of painting of last supper that were rescued(?) from churches in town. Some really old 14c stuff and some more recent restored items. Amazing brushwork and huge alter pieces some with bible stories that were new to me. Spent arvo wandering lanes and canals. Pizza at same restaurant. ...

      Amo Milano

      A travel blog entry by dgkoroscil on Nov 03, 2014

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... spot where he died has a mosaic of a bull representing the city of Turin. For good luck, locals, and these tourists, step on his testicles and spin clockwise two times. Apparently, with so much spinning, the tiles are replaced every few years. Good luck for us but not Giuseppe! Or the bull!

      Around the corner from the Galleria was the most spectacular cathedral. The Duomo (Milan Cathedral) is the fourth largest church in Europe.There are more than two ...

      Bread, Biscuits, and Burger King Beers

      A travel blog entry by madintentions on Apr 28, 2014

      ... We leisurely strolled back to our place for check-out and to grab our ridiculously heavy backpacks. By this time, the rain had shown little chance of lessening up and we left earlier than usual so that we could walk to the train station in time to make a train around the noon hour. After getting on our train to Milan, Karliana and I couldn't find two seats that were beside each other so we ended up sitting on the ground the whole way there. It was only an hour and a half ...