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I boarded the overnight train 235 in Vienna at 7.29pm, and the next morning I found myself driving through the northern plains of Italy, south of the mighty Alps. I had passed through Venice after mi...
In 1927, the year the Principe opened its doors as the Principe e Savoia, Milan had already begun building its reputation as Italy’s business centre. So the hotel’s location in what was then a nondescript plaza called Piazza Fiume, far no...
(Le Méridien) Gallia, as it is called today, opened on 29. February 1932. It is a luxurious hotel in the heart of Milan, right
opposite Central Station and close to the popular designer shopping
You don't really advertise a hotel with the death of a prominent resident, but in this case it was Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi who passed away here in 1901. This throws, after all, a light on the type of clientele one can expect here (NO!, They ...
Since decades “The Oriental”, as it is affectionately known by travellers from all over the globe, leads the lists of all...Read More
Happiness is made to be shared, knew the great French dramatist Jean Baptiste Racine (†1699).
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