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Best area to stay in Milan

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The only previous thread I can find on this topic was back in 2002. As we hope to be in Milan next year I thought I should seek some more up-to-date information.

Present plans are to fly into Milan at the end of August and stay 3-4 days before heading back out to the airport to pick up a car and driving on to Stresa initially. So it seems to us to make sense to stay somewhere near either of the 2 stations that have train services from Malpensa Airport: Milano Centrale or Milano Cardorna. Or does it? - Maybe Milan's metro system is so good that it doesn't matter?

Basically we want a safe but interesting area, handy to (or handy to transport to) the shopping, the sights, the cafe and city life.... Any suggestions, anyone? Thanks...

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