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Hotel New York
Hotel New York
Via G.B. Pirelli 5, Milan
3.0 out of 5.0

Hotel New York lies directly opposite Milano Centrale train station, the airport bus terminal, and the underground. Grattacielo Pirelli, Piazza della Repubblica, ...

£78

£78
Hotel Garda
Hotel Garda
via Napo Torriani, 21, Milan
3.0 out of 5.0

Located in the heart of Milan, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Grattacielo Pirelli and Corso Como. Teatro alla Scala and Pinacoteca di Brera are also within ...

£65

£65
ibis Milano Centro
ibis Milano Centro
Via Finocchiaro Aprile Camillo 2, Milan
3.0 out of 5.0

Located in the heart of Milan, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Piazza della Repubblica, Corso Como, and Teatro alla Scala. Pinacoteca di Brera and Galleria ...

£60

£60
Uptown Palace
Uptown Palace
Via Santa Sofia N.10, Milan
4.0 out of 5.0
4.4 out of 5 (18 reviews)

Uptown Palace is a 7-minute walk from Torre Velasca, and 14 minutes on foot from Milan’s sublime Duomo or cathedral. 2 metro stations are within a 5-minute walk ...

£145

£145
IH Hotels Milano Gioia
IH Hotels Milano Gioia
Via della Giustizia, 10/d, Milan
4.0 out of 5.0

Located in Niguarda, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Pirelli Tower, Corso Como, and Pinacoteca di Brera. Teatro alla Scala and Castello Sforzesco are also ...

£51

£51
Chateau Monfort
Chateau Monfort
Corso Concordia, 1, Milan
5.0 out of 5.0
4.6 out of 5 (7 reviews)

Luxury boutique hotel Château Monfort is within walking distance of historic sights like Piazza San Babila and Milan Cathedral. Guests will be in the heart of ...

£215

£215
Hotel Berna
Hotel Berna
Via Torriani Napo 18, Milan
4.0 out of 5.0
4.5 out of 5 (17 reviews)

Strategical located in Milan only 200 meters from Central Station as well as 150 meters from 2 metro stations. Hotel Berna allows easy access to the Duomo, the ...

£113

£113
Sheraton Milan Malpensa Airport Hotel & Conference Center
Sheraton Milan Malpensa Airport Hotel & Conference Center
S.S. 336, Ferno
4.0 out of 5.0
4.6 out of 5 (5 reviews)

The sleek Sheraton Milan Malpensa Airport Hotel & Conference Center is directly in front of Terminal 1, and next to the Malpensa Express, a 50-minute train service ...

£109

£109
Michelangelo Hotel
Michelangelo Hotel
Piazza Luigi di Savoia, 6, Milan
4.0 out of 5.0
4.0 out of 5 (14 reviews)

Set in a 17-story tower, this hotel is 2 blocks from Milan's Main Central Station, and adjacent to Piazza Duca d'Aosta, from where coaches run to the airports ...

£93

£93
Idea Hotel Milano Malpensa Airport
Idea Hotel Milano Malpensa Airport
Via Della Chiesa, 27, Somma Lombardo
4.0 out of 5.0

Situated near the airport, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Volandia Museum of Flight and 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Castelnovate Ruins. Basilica di Saint Agnese ...

£54

£54
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Top Milan attractions

Duomo

From its intricate Gothic exterior to the breathtaking views of the Alps from the top of its 135 marble spires, the Duomo di Milan – or Milan Cathedral – is a must-see for visitors.

Construction on the Duomo began in the 14th century under the Visconti family and was not completed until the 19th century under Napoleon’s reign. The result of five centuries of work is a mix of artistic and architectural styles from across the ages, complete with luminous stained glass windows and elegant flying buttresses.

Pinacoteca di Brera

Feast your eyes on one of the most important collections of Italian paintings at the Brera Art Gallery. Situated in a 17th century palace that was built over a 14th century convent, the museum owes much of its prestige to Napoleon, who ordered the reassignment private and state-owned masterpieces to its halls.

Some notable works include The Holy Conversation by Piero della Francesca, The Marriage of the Virgin by Raphael, and Caravaggio’s Supper at Emmaus.

Santa Marie delle Grazie

Once a Dominican convent, the Gothic and Renaissance-styled Santa Marie delle Grazie church was built in the late 15th century and was deemed a world heritage site by UNESCO. With a beautifully detailed nave and dome, the church is most famously known for housing Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper.

Deteriorated though still impressive, the painting barely survived the Allied bombardment of Milan in 1943 and has undergone four restorations. Book tickets as far in advance as possible, as only 25 people are allowed to view the work at a time and slots fill up fast.

Monumental Cemetery

Hailed as the most beautiful cemetery in all of Italy, the Monumental Cemetery is more than just a resting place for famous Italians. With over 6,000 sculptures, obelisks, and pantheon-like chapels created by the most renowned Italian artists and architects, the cemetery is more of an open-air art museum. Architect Carlo Maciachini built the cemetery in the 1860s, and it remains a peaceful place for a break from the city bustle.

Tip * Booking your Tours, Transfers & Airport Parking before you go will save your money & time and ensure a stress free start to your holiday

 

Milan highlights

Football match

Home to two of the best European football teams – Internazionale (2010 European Cup champions) and AC Milan – this town is the place to watch Italian football at its best. The impressive San Siro stadium hosts both teams, seating 83,000 and offering diehard fans and curious tourists a museum documenting Italian football throughout history. A number of tour companies specialize in football vacation packages and offer great ticket and hotel combination deals.

Shop at Shopper’s Mecca

When in Milan, do as the Milanese do: shop. For high fashion, head to the streets that make up the Quadrilatero d’Oro: Sant’Andrea, Vorgospesso, Della Spiga, and Montenapolen. With top Italian designer stores like Gucci, Versace, D&G Prada, Bulgari, and the giant flagship Armani store, there will be no doubt that you are in the heart of the fashion world of Europe. Other streets to check out include Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Corso Buenos Aires, and Via Tornio. For second-hand designer goods, head to the street market held every Tuesday morning on Via Painiano. Italian crafts can be found at the Viale Tunisia market Tuesday to Sundays. Do not miss the enormous food market at Piazza Wagner from Mondays through Saturdays.

La Scala Opera House

With year-round theatrical, orchestral, ballet, and opera performances, the world-famous La Scala Opera House is a place to enjoy an unforgettable evening in Milan. Gilded and draped in red velvet, the interior of La Scala boasts comfortable and well-positioned seats as well as excellent acoustics. Originally built in 1778, La Scala has undergone numerous renovations, having survived everything from fires to bombings during WWII.

Get happy at happy hour

As any good business centre must, Milan has a great happy hour. For an average of €6 a drink, you can sip cocktails every weekday from 6 to 9:30 p.m. with local Milanese who are looking for downtime after a day of work. Many happy hours also include a buffet of hearty and delicious snacks with the purchase of a drink. Neighbourhoods with the best happy hour spots are the Ticinese, Navigli, and Porta Romana areas.

Where to stay in Milan

With its convenient downtown location, The Westin Palace Hotel is a great choice for the traveller who wants to be near it all. Rooms feature Italian décor and modern amenities like a flat-screen television and a signature Heavenly Bed. The hotel also has a fitness centre with state of the art equipment. The Casanova Restaurant serves mouth-watering Mediterranean cuisine.

The Ariston Hotel is Italy’s first ecological hotel, designed with bio-architectural innovation. With a minimalist yet inviting design, the centrally located Ariston welcomes the weary traveller after a day of sightseeing. Breakfast is included, and the hotel bar offers great wines and herbal beverages prepared with purified water.

Situated in a historic downtown home, the 4-star Manin Hotel faces the tranquil Public Gardens of Via Palestro. Offering a comfortable and quiet stay in one of its 118 tastefully decorated rooms, the Manin Hotel also features a fitness area, parking, meetings rooms, and the Garden Restaurant, which serves Italian and international cuisine.

A classy lodging with modern amenities, the historic Dei Cavalieri Hotel is located just steps from the Duomo di Milan. The hotel’s 177 rooms all feature wireless Internet access, a mini-bar, air-conditioning, and cable TV. The Dei Cavalieri also features six meeting rooms and a roof garden for business needs or private functions.

How to move around in Milan

Climate

During the summer, locals tend to head out of Milan to escape the humidity. To experience city life the best time to go is in the spring or fall, though winters are also generally mild.

To and from Milan

Milan has two airports, the international Malpensa and the domestic Linate. The Malpensa Express train will take you from the airport to the Cadorna railway and metro station in the historic centre of town. As Linate is closer to town, an inexpensive taxi ride or bus are good options. If you are travelling to Milan from other Italian or European cities by train, you will arrive at the Milano Centrale at Piazza Duca d' Aosta. From the station a variety of bus, tram, and metro lines are easily accessible.

Around town

Milan has a great public transportation system, complete with a metro, buses, and trams. For the maximum freedom during your stay however, consider car hire in Milan. Azienda Trasporti Milanesi (ATM) run all metro, tram, and bus services. Four metro lines that run from 6 a.m.-12 a.m. will get you to most downtown destinations. The city’s 51 bus routes cover main tourist areas as well as a number of trams. Tickets for these methods of transport can be purchased at stations and newsstands and cost one euro a piece or €8 for 10 rides. City taxis start at €2.50. Extra charges apply for luggage.

Milan restaurants

Eat at communal tables like a real Italian family at the Trattoria Milanese (Via Santa Marta, 11), a down-to-earth restaurant loved by locals and visitors alike. Savour a bowl of hearty minestrone soup, risotto with frogs or bone marrow, or a truffled Rognoncino, veal kidney. For dessert, try a lemon sorbet with vodka or the hot Italian sponge cake meneghina.

The trendy Bebel’s Ristorante (Via San Marco, 38) is located in the Brera-San Marco neighbourhood and serves an array of Italian as well as local Lombardy specialties. Make sure to try the grilled fish accompanied with risotto, artichoke salad with sliced Parmesan cheese, cotoletta alla milanesa or breaded veal cutlet, and an assortment of pizzas. Call to book ahead of time, as this popular restaurant gets busy.

For absolute indulgence, head to Chocolat Milano (Via Boccaccio, 9), the café and gelaterie with a wide selection of pastries, desserts, and ice creams, that incorporate milk, white, dark, and even chilli chocolate. Ice cream flavours include exotic honey and poppy seed cream, basil lemon, and chocolate pear.

The casual atmosphere, attentive service, unbeatable prices, and superb food at Da Maruzzella have earned it a spot in the hearts of both travellers and the Milanese. With large wood-oven cooked pizzas, ample portions of dishes like the lobster spaghetti, and classic Italian desserts like tiramisu and panna cotta, it is no wonder Dar Maruzzella has visitors coming back for seconds.

Health & Safety

Health

Italy has an excellent health infrastructure similar to that of France. Ask your local Social Security centre for a European Health Insurance Card before leaving. Water in Milan is potable, though there are many bottled water brands available.

Pharmacies are also plentiful in town. While there are no required vaccinations for a trip to Milan, those recommended include tetanus, polio, diphtheria, and pertussis.

Important phone numbers

Emergencies: dial 118 for Pronto Soccorso or (02) 39 04 30 51
European Emergency number: 112
National police: 113
Carabinieri: 112
Fire department: 115
Clinics: San Paolo, emergency number: 02 81 84 250
General practitioner: Dr. Antonella Tamborini (Via Saint-Bon 20, 02 48 31 71)
Pediatrician: Dr Gian Piero Del Bono (Via P. Teulié 1, 333 31 13 949)
Pharmacy care: 800 801185

Safety

Though assaults are infrequent, petty crime is common in tourist areas and on public transportation. Do not walk alone at night or in poorly lit areas. Try not to walk around with flashy jewellery or objects that may attract attention.

Do not carry large amounts of cash on your person. Keep a copy of your travel documents with you at all times, storing the originals in a safe place such as a safe at your hotel.

Take care when driving on narrow and winding roads as well as roundabouts, where cars on the right have priority. Italian drivers can be undisciplined so drive defensively.

Prices reflect the lowest "base rate" found over the next 30 days. Rates are subject to change and may not include taxes and fees, hotel service charges, extra person charges, or incidentals, such as room service. Converted rates are provided for your convenience. They are based on today's exchange rate, but the hotel will charge you in the local currency. Local charges may apply