Hotels in Milan (2172 results)
Milan, one of the world's fashion capitals, is the second-largest city in Italy. Already in the Middle Ages, the city was one of the most important centers of both trading and banking and is still the financial center of Italy.
Internationally known fashion companies such as Prada, Trussardi, Valentino, Giorgio Armani, Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, and the world's largest eyewear manufacturer Luxottica are based in Milan.
The best time to travel to Milan is spring and autumn, when the weather is really nice and the temperatures are pleasant.
Top sights of Milan
• Milan Cathedral
• Santa Maria delle Grazie (which contains the famous fresco of Leonardo da Vinci - “The Last Supper”)
• Brera district
• La Scala
• Navigli district
• Sforza Castle
• Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
• Royal Palace
• Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio
In Milan, there is one of the most expensive and exclusive shopping streets in Europe, Via Montenapoleone, the well-known Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Corso Buenos Aires with its outlet centers - the longest shopping street in Europe.
You can find cheap bargains on the street market along Viale Papiniano, S. Agostino metro station, on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The traditional Milanese cuisine is the savoury Mediterranean. A classic Milanese menu can look like this:
• an aperitivo consisting of a cocktail and typical Italian snacks;
• various friture
• fried specialties;
• a minestrone - a vegetable soup;
• сotoletta alla milanese - predecessor of the Viennese schnitzel;
• a risotto alla milanese with saffron as a side dish;
• a typical cheese of the region, for example the blue cheese gorgonzola.
Milan has the following airports: Milan-Malpensa Airport - an international airport, Milan-Linate Airport - airport close to the city for domestic and European flights, Milan-Orio al Serio Airport, near Bergamo, for low-cost, charter and freight transport.
From the airport, you can reach Milan in 30 minutes by bus to Bergamo train station and the main train station "Stazione Centrale". The M1 and M3 metro lines lead from the main station to the city center.
In general, there are almost 4,000 accommodations in Milan, from simple guesthouses to 7-star hotels. The district plays indeed an important role by the selection.
The city has the following districts:
• Old Town: fits well if you want to reach all sights by foot. Historical center around the cathedral.
• Brera: the artists' quarter not far from the cathedral.
• Porta Romana: affordable accommodation prices, a quiet part of the city near the center.
• Navigli: If you like nightlife, this district suits you. There are many restaurants, bars, and clubs here.
• Porta Nuova: skyscrapers and sustainable architecture near the train station.
• From all of these parts of the city, you can get to important sights by tram, subway, or on foot.
If you want to save some money on the overnight stay, it is also worth visiting the city when the visitors’ flock is not so high, ideally right after Fashion Week or generally during the week.
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