Milano Travel Guide


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    Most known as the “City of Fashion”, Milan or Milano is the second most heavily populated city in Italy. The city itself is a living proof of its sense of style and having most of the famous designers in the world living in the city, also helps in acquiring its name. But Milan is not just only about...

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Hotels in Milano (475 Hotels) See All Milano Hotels

  • Hotel Berna

    Hotel Berna is one of the top, premium places to remain in Milan. Perfectly found nearby Ban Thai, Silos Caffe and Central Station of Milan (Stazione Centrale di Milano),...

  • Park Hyatt Milano

    Park Hyatt Milano is one of the top, finest places to stay in Milan. Beautifully placed around Tourist Caddy, Centro Polisportivo Ciro Campisi and Piazza Gae Aulenti, Par...

  • Hotel Manzoni

    Hotel Manzoni is among the top, premium places to lodge in Milan. Beautifully situated near Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, Four Seasons Milan Cooking lessons and Studio Guasta...

  • UNA Maison Milano

    Found in Milan, UNA Maison Milano is a finest hotel opportunely placed nearby Desiree, Via Torino and Blue Sand. Various other prominent tourist attractions nearby includ...

Things To Do in Milano See All Things To Do in Milano

  • Cathedral

    Cathedral

    Piazza del Duomo

    Attractions, Arts and Culture, Landmarks and Points Of Interest
  • Basilica Of Sant'ambrogio

    Basilica Of Sant'amb...

    Piazza Sant'Ambrogio...

    The Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio (official name: basilica romana minore collegiata abbaziale prepositur...

    Local Stores and Services, Attractions, Services, Arts and Culture
  • Chiesa Di Santa Maria Presso San Satiro

    Chiesa Di Santa Mari...

    Via Speronari, 3

    Attractions, Arts and Culture
  • L'ultima Cena

    L'ultima Cena

    Piazza Santa Maria d...

    Attractions, Arts and Culture

About Milano

Most known as the “City of Fashion”, Milan or Milano is the second most heavily populated city in Italy. The city itself is a living proof of its sense of style and having most of the famous designers in the world living in the city, also helps in acquiring its name. But Milan is not just only about fashion, it is also historical and home of the most striking architecture and classic treasures that even survived the Second World War. If it’s your first time to visit or maybe you’re coming back to explore more of the city, don’t waste time going without a plan. The city offers so many things to do and to see, so without the proper guide, it will be hard to make the most out of your visit. You may be traveling to the city of fashion but if you want to explore this glorious city, this is not the place for your stilettos. You should put on your most comfortable shoes or flip flops, whichever is appropriate to the city’s climate at the time of your visit and be ready to do some long walking. So let’s explore the city and be continually amazed of its magnificence! Visit The Last Supper. A visit in Milan will never be complete without feasting your eyes on Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, The Last Supper, located inside the Santa Maria delle Grazie church. This world-renowned work of art captured the dramatic moment of Jesus’ revelation of His betrayer. To miss the opportunity of witnessing this work of genius will be a mistake. It will only take a maximum of 15 minutes to go see this great painting so it won’t take much of your time but the challenge really is in booking your ticket to see “The Last Supper”. You’ll need to start making reservation for at least 4-5 months ahead if you want to be sure to get a ticket. Cruise the Navigli District. If you’re looking for a night of romance or you and your partner are up for a romantic night, then a fancy tour of the canals in the Navigli neighborhood is just what you need. A tour would take you from vicolo dei Lavandai and San Cristofor’s washhouses to the old port of Darsena and the bridge of Scodellino. This tour also includes lunch, return trip to Gaggiano , and an afternoon bike for just €45. Experience Aperitivo in Milan. It is also known as the “Happy Hour” in Italy. It is a tradition where one partakes in a drink before dinner. The ideal time for an Aperitivo is between 6 to 9 P.M. but it can sometimes extend all night. It’s a “must do” experience! If you’re visiting the city on a tight budget then the best thing to do is take advantage of as many bars offering aperitivo as you can. The idea is to pay for your drink in full price and get to eat free from an eat-all-you-can buffet.

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