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Often, it's the people who live in a city that make it special. In this part of Lombardy, you'll find 1,200,000 of them.
Milan isn't too far away from Zibido San Giacomo, which is situated 9 miles to the southwest. Rome, the national capital, is to be found 300 miles to the southeast.
Ebookers customers probably know this by now, but Cathedral of Milan is not to be missed. As far as iconic attractions go, it's up there with the best.
A few hours at the Spazio Oberdan or Piscina Romano Ponzio is a great chance for some quality family time. Are the kids still full of energy? Don't stop yet. Keep them busy with a visit to Aqvasport Limbiate and Acquaworld.
Taking a step into Acquario Civico is like jumping off a boat into the depths of the sea, but without needing to use a wet suit! Here you'll get up close to all sorts of fascinating marine life.
Try to keep your eyes wide open as the fearless racers thunder through the track at the Pala Kart Cinisello Balsamo. One blink at these speeds and you might miss it!
Looking for a more leisurely day of sightseeing? Then organise a trip to the Enoteca Maggiolini, where you can learn about the local winemaking process and sample a few sips.
For a lovely morning out, make the trip to the Orto Botanico di Brera or the Orto Botanico di Cascina Rosa. The wandering trails and thoughtfully sculpted garden beds are a delight to the senses.
Take some time out from your busy sightseeing itinerary and lounge around on the grass at Sempione Park and Parco delle Basiliche. Alternatively, stretch your legs and let the kids burn off some energy by taking a walk around Parco Dei Germani or Ex Campo dei Fiori.
If you're craving some downtime, look for a nice spot by the water and take in the superb surrounds of Laghetto di Giussano.
If you're looking to recharge your batteries, you'll discover heaps of nature reserves and parks to explore. Start with a deep breath of fresh air at Monte Stella or Bosco WWF di Vanzago. For those who haven't yet fully recharged, Parco Naturale Val Troncea and Parco del Ticino are two more worth visiting.
If you're in need of a couple of quiet places to collect yourself and maybe even learn a thing or two, head to the Pinacoteca di Brera and the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology. Ask about group tours or just study the eye-opening displays at your own pace. After more? Also go to the Civic Museum of Archeology and the Contemporary Arts Pavillion.
The wonderful world of science never ceases to impress. Increase your knowledge on the latest in innovation and technology at Planetario di Milano and Planetario Ulrico Hoepli. For even more mind-blowing experiences, add the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia and the Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci to your journey of discovery.
This wonderful planet of ours is teeming with all kinds of interesting objects and creatures. Uncover things that'll put your imagination to shame at the Natural Science Museum and the Civico Museo Archeologico. For more displays from the natural world, stop by the Museo Civico di Storia Naturale.
In a place that is bursting at the seams with highly regarded art exhibitions, the Modern Art Gallery and the Museo Diocesano shine brighter than the rest. You should also ask about what displays are on at the Museo Poldi Pezzoli and the Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea.
Take an eye-opening journey into yesteryear at the Collezione Branca and the Museo Mangini Bonomi. Both attractions pride themselves on making the city's rich history entertaining and relevant to visitors.
Travel back in time with a visit to Santa Maria Delle Grazie and Castello Sforzesco. They're fabulous places to get a better understanding of Milan's history. If you want more, Cimitero Monumentale di Milano and the Arco della Pace are a couple more must-visits.
For a small glimpse into the lives of the rich and famous, pay a visit to Villa Reale and Palazzo Reale. For more of the luxurious life, take in the marvellous architecture at Palazzo Marino and Palazzo dei Giureconsulti.
For a mythical escape, head over and gaze in awe at the spellbinding image of Castle Visconti San Vito and Visconti Castle. If you're looking to explore more of these fascinating cultural monuments, why not check out Castello di Cavagliano and Castello Borromeo too?
Customers with an interest in the religious heritage of the area should organise a visit to Monza Cathedral and Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio. Basilica di Sant'Eustorgio and San Bernardino alle Ossa are also significant pieces of Milan's cultural identity.
It's far better to reminisce about your life and say, "Did I really do that?," rather than, "I really wish I had done that." So, while you're here you should also check out some of the less frequented sights, such as the Ambrosian Library and the Robinie Golf Club. The Zoate Golf Club and the Golf Club Villa Paradiso are some other choices.
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Whether you're looking for a basic room to rest your head or one with the whole shtick, this city can fulfil your needs. For good service at an affordable price, book yourself in at the Allegroitalia San Pietro All'Orto 6 (Via San Pietro All'Orto, 6) or the Milanosuites (Via San Tomaso 6). But if luxury is more what you are after, then the Armani Hotel Milano or the Four Seasons Hotel Milano will do the trick.
Another good option is to stay within walking distance of Cathedral of Milan. You can do this by booking a room at the Bulgari Hotel Milan, just 0.4 miles away. Also popular is the Park Hyatt Milano, 0.1 miles away.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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