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Exploring Milan

Cosmopolitan and classy, Milan is all about cafe-hopping, designer shopping and fine wining and dining. Milan is synonymous with fasion, design, art and it is also a financial hub. Visit this beautiful city to see myriad attractions, do some high-end dining and shopping.


Accommodations in Milan

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Milan is the Zuretti 61, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Appartamento Malpensa Rho in Milan as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Milan

- Milan Centre


The bustling heart of Milan city centre is the enormous Gothic Duomo cathedral. Tourists, business people and Milanese locals stroll through the main square, Piazza del Duomo, flanked by the 19th-century arcaded Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping mall, and the 18th-century Palazzo Reale. Leading east from the Duomo is the crowded, shop-lined Corso Vittorio Emanuele and to the north is the celebrated La Scala Opera House. The area is just south of the art gallery district Brera and the designer shopping around Via Montenapoleone. Two lines on Milan’s metro system converge at Duomo station and many Milan hotels are within easy reach.


- Citta Studi


As its name suggests, Citta Studi has a bustling student population, and the liverly cafes and bars to cater to these students. The 15th century Ca Granda is one of the most distinctive buildings of the area, as well as the nearby Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio.


Transportation in Milan

Milan has two main airports, Linate and Malpensa. If you are visiting from some of the nearby cities, you can also get in by train or bus. The transportation system in Milan in very easy and convenient. Choose from the extensive metro, tram, buses, cabs (although they can be expensive). Of course another option is to rent a car so you can have the freedom to visit other nearby cities as well.


Milan travel guides

Milan travel guides