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For the geographical position, Milan purely offers a continental climate with cold winters and warm and sultry summers. In the other seasons, to the splendid serene days periods of raininess are alternated. The annual middle temperatures vary from 1°C. in winter, to the 24° C. in the summer. The typical phenomenon of the fog, is especially present for about 30 days a year in the southern zone.

The commune in Milan is found in a level zone in the western part of the region Lombardy, they cross the city the rivers Olona, Lambro and Seveso, as well as from some artificial channels what the Naviglio Grande, il Naviglio Pavese, il Naviglio della Martesana, la Vettabbia e il Redefossi.

A system of urban highways totally surrounds the commune in Milan allowing rapid and fast moves between the center and the places, neighboring. A proposito ricordiamo la Tangential North Milan A52, theTangential East Milan A51 and theTangential West Milan A50 to which the urban line of the highway is added A4 Torino - Milan.

The Trains represent the greatest and important railway knot of the North Italy as number of passengers transported allowing connections with the other Italian and European cities. Among the present stations we remember: Milano Centrale the most important, of the Milanese railway knot, Porta Garibaldi, Milano Lambrate , Rogoredo, Greco Pirelli Bicocca, Porta Genova, Porta Romana, San Cristoforo , Certosa, Cadorna, Bovisa-Politecnico , Lancetti , Villapizzone, Repubblica, P.ta Venezia, Dateo, P.ta Vittoria, Romolo, Affori, Bruzzano , Quarto Oggiaro and Domodossola Fiera

Three lines of subway exist also. Line M1 denominated Red Line finishes to northeast with terminal Sesto F.S., the line to the stop of Pagano forks and continues toward northwest terminal Rho-Fiera and toward southwest terminal Bisceglie. Line Green M2 Linea finishes to south with terminal Abbiategrasso, the line to the stop of Cascina Gobba it forks and it continues toward northeast terminal Cologno Nord and toward east terminals Gessate. Line M3 Linea Yellow colleague the north terminal Maciachini with the terminal southeast St. Donato. The urban transports are also integrated from frequent buses and Tram.

In the zone they are situated three important international airports, Malpensa, Linate and Orio al Serio. The most greater is malpensa situated to the border with the Piedmont, and absorbed in the Park of the Ticino. It is directly connected to the center city through the railway shuttle Malpensa Express Linate it exclusively entertains the national traffic, European and low-cost, it is found in the east zone of the city, to which it is connected from the line ATM 73. Orio al serio situated next to Bergamo is mainly used for charter flights, freighter and some companies low-cost.

Numerous they are the hotels with an ample offer for the tourism. This guide in Milan will help you in the choice to according to of your preferences. The periods with the tallest prices, are those in which the various fair demonstrations are developed or of fashion, from February to October.

Numerous they are the historical monuments to visit, the museums, the buildings and the plazas. Among the most important we quote Arc of the Peace, Duomo, Castle Sforzesco, Villa Reale, Cemetery Monumentale, Building Marino, Building Brera and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, broadly illustrated in the guide in Milan.

The most greater concentration in restaurants is found in the historical center, in the zone Brera and along the Navigli. In the historical center and in the zone Brera the restaurants are sophisticated and elegant, while to the Navigli they are more rustic. Different restaurants are specialized in the kitchen Milanese or regional Italian, others in the kitchen type ethnic that offers an alternative to the traditional Italian cuisine.

Administratively the city is separated in the nine zones. The zone 1 occupy the historical center, while the other 8 zones departing from the confinements of the zone 1 they radially arrive toward the outskirts. Zona 1, the whole historical center, departing from the geographical center in Milan, Plaza Duomo, until to the Bastioni spagnoli; districts to Porta Magenta, Porta Tenaglia, Porta Sempione or Arc of the Peace, Giardini Pubblici, Repubblica, Crocetta, Guastalla, Il Ticinese, Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio, Papiniano/San Vittore, Parco delle Basiliche, Carrobbio. Zona 2, districts to Porta Nuova, Centrale, Ponte Seveso, Loreto, Maggiolina, Villaggio dei Giornalisti, Greco, Gorla, Turro, Precotto, Padova, Crescenzago, Adriano, Breda, Cassina di Pom. Zona 3, Porta Venezia, Porta Monforte, Cittā Studi, Lambrate, Parco Lambro, Ortica, Feltre, Casoretto, Corelli, Rottole, Cimiano, Carnia, Naviglio Martesana. Zona 4, Porta Vittoria, Porta Romana, Libia, Cavriano, Calvairate, Monluč, Taliedo, La Treccia, Porto, Gamboloita, Nosedo, Corvetto, Rogoredo, Santa Giulia, Morsenchio, Forlanini, Omero, Mazzini, San Luigi. Zona 5, Porta Vigentina, Porta Lodovica, Porta Ticinese, Conchetta, Ravizza, Ohm, Ripamonti, Vigentino, Ortles, Quaranta, Morivione, Spaventa, Stadera, Torretta, Meda, Conca Fallata, Vaiano Valle, Chiaravalle, Selvanesco, Gratosoglio, Casenuove, Macconago, Quintosole, Ronchetto delle Rane, Chiesa Rossa, Ferrari, Naviglio Pavese, Vettabbia, San Gottardo. Zona 6, Porta Genova, Darsena, Magolfa, Solari, San Gimignano-Quartiere Ebraico, San Gimignano-Quartiere Giapponese, San Cristoforo, Moncucco, Lorenteggio, Dazio del Lorenteggio, Molinetto del Lorenteggio, Giambellino, Restocco Maroni, Ronchetto sul Naviglio, Boffalora, Cascina Bianca, Cascina Cantalupa, Sant'Ambrogio, Bisceglie, Inganni, Frattini, Naviglio Grande, Barona, Santa Rita, Legioni Romane, Foppa. Zona 7, Porta Vercellina, Aquileia, Piemonte, Washington, Marghera, Brescia, Siena, Forze Armate, Baggio, Saint Bon, San Carlo, Valsesia, Quinto Romano, Quarto Cagnino, Selinunte, San Siro, Figino, Assiano, Muggiano, Novara, Marx, Bellaria, Ippodromi. Zona 8, Sempione, Bullona, Fiera, Monumentale, Porta Comacina, Cenisio, Chinatown, Ghisolfa, Cagnola, Il Portello, Monte Stella, Boldinasco, Q.T.8, Gallaratese I°, Gallaratese II°, Bonola, Ghisallo, Trenno, Lampugnano, San Leonardo, Accursio, Musocco, Porta Volta, Villapizzone, Garegnano, Vialba, Certosa, Quarto Oggiaro, Belgioioso. Zona 9, Centro Direzionale, Gioia, Isola, Zara, Lancetti/Dogana, Farini, Bovisa, Bovisasca, Dergano, Derganino, Montalbino, Prato Centenaro, Niguarda, Cā Granda, Affori, Comasina, Segnano, Bicocca, Sarca, Fermi, Astesani, Maciachini, Bruzzano, Parco Nord, Seveso.

Arc of the Peace Arc of the Peace Made to build from Napoleone in Sempione Plaza, it is turned toward Paris.  
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