Hotel Ritter

Address: Corso Garibaldi 68 Brera, Milan, Lombardy, 20121, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Centro Storico area of Milan, is near Via della Spiga, Via Solferino, Corriere della Sera, and Fondazione Museo Luciano Minguzzi.
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    Travel Blogs from Milan

    Visiting a friend in Milano

    A travel blog entry by due_viaggiatori on Nov 08, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    Our trip to Milano got a late start--not our fault. The high speed train, Frecciarossa, was delayed over an hour due to some political rumblings/rallies in Bologna.

    We made it just on time to our lunch visit with Vera, our very first teacher of Italian, ...

    First Day @ Milano

    A travel blog entry by vitorpinto on Nov 07, 2015

    10 photos

    First of all...all of this trip was made with the recomendations of this site "Mil„o nas Maos"!

    Lets start:

    1) Here to stay
    we stay in Milan, for 1 and an half day, so we choose the hotel, based on the rate and location, so the ...

    Sunny / Rainy Milano and the Return to Blender Bar

    A travel blog entry by rhidianmorgan on Sep 24, 2015

    3 comments, 36 photos

    ... decide to walk. After a bite to eat we take a look at the Duomo which is incredible. Close by is a shopping centre which again is a spectacular building. The shops inside include Prada, Versace etc. All very nice if you have shed loads of money and you are the size of a racing snake. But what is this? I spot a Ferrari F1 Car in a shop window. Funnily enough it is the Ferrari Store so I jump straight in. If you like Ferraris then this is a good place to go. I ...


    A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 22, 2015

    17 photos

    ... s priced about right considering half of the stuff was under renovation or closed. Of the stuff that was open, a lot of it was Roman and Renaissance religious art and portraiture, which isn't my thing. There was an interesting display on furniture through the ages, some really cool armor and swords, and a display on musical instruments that would have been infinitely better if we could hear at least a recording of what they sound like. The dishes/silverware exhibit got me the ...


    A travel blog entry by ivrb on Sep 23, 2014

    7 comments, 17 photos

    ... premiering in the evening (choreographed by Rudolf Nureyev) and the stage was a hive of set-building activity. Later in the day we met an American couple who were in a bit of a pickle – he’d managed to get reasonably-priced tickets to the show for the evening and was pretty happy with himself until he discovered that there is a strictly enforced dress code for opening night, and, not having brought anything suitable, was suddenly looking at a ...