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Milan is the 2nd most populated town in Italy and the capital of Lombardy region. Milan is the market place for Italian fashion industry: domestic and foreign paparazzi, fashion enthusiasts and worldwide supermodels invade the town two times a year for its spring season and fall exhibits. Really don't get deceived by the modern-day element of the town, because itis among the most historical towns in Europe with more than 2600 years of history and tradition!
Milan might incorrectly represent itself as a pricey place, which is incorrect taking into consideration there are great deals of spots in the town where you can have a cup of coffee or snack without spending too much. Also it's not only the location where fashion aware individuals throng to get a spot at the 1st row of Milan Fashion Week, but also where galleries, churches and museums can offer an insight to the forgotten ancient artworks and statues.

Although Milan is situated in one of the most urbanised areas of Italy, it's encompassed by a stretch of green parts and presents many gardens even in its old town. Ever since 1990, the fields and forests north and south of the urban town area have been protected as regional parks: Parco Nord Milano and Parco Agricolo Sud Milano.


Milan's meteorologic conditions are comparable to much of north Italy's heartland plains, where somewhat warm summers and chilly damp winters months dominate. The Alps and Apennines mountains creates a natural boundary that shields the town from the significant flows emerging from northern Europe and the sea. In the course of the winter season, intermediate temperature levels can drop below freezing levels. The summer months are relatively soggy, when humidity values are high and top temperature levels can hit 35 ° C. Spring and fall months are typically enjoyable, with temperatures varying between 13 and 20° C; these months are characterised by much higher rainfall averages, particularly in April and October/November.

Travel tips

Milan struggles with pickpockets who work on motorbikes and you will certainly never know what struck you. So look after your hand baggage, photo or video camera and other types of valuable things. Stash costly things in a way that they are not simply identifiable from a distance. Additionally, be careful from guys providing cost-free services at car parking areas. Learning a bit of Italian to assist you in everyday deals and discussions would be of great help. Italian is pronounced precisely the way it is written and typically weight is given on the last letter. Many of the Milanese can talk English to some degree particularly in places that accommodate travelers for example hotels, dining establishments, famous traveler sights and so on. Tipping is rather versatile in Milan as the service charge is included in the bill. Nevertheless, if you are pleased with the service then tipping the personnel is appropriate and advisable.

Nightlife in Milan

The majority of the of Milan nightlife is focused at 2 major places in the town: Navigli canal and Brera Gallery. Discotheques and clubs in Milan are well known for playing great range of popular music, however mainly concentrate on pop, rock and jazz music. Worldwide groups frequently visit the town, so the popular music scenery will generally be up-to-date. Just be careful of paying the entry fee for entering discotheques as these fees can differ baseding on the whim of the bouncer.

Top attractions in Milan

  • The Pinacoteca di Brera is a great illustration of cultural intermixture of Brera academy and mainly exhibits the best compilation of Renaissance and Medieval Italian art works.
  • Duomo Cathedral - The Gothic cathedral took almost 6 hundred years to finish. It is the 5th biggest cathedral on the planet and is the biggest in Italy. Separated into five church aisles, the cathedral is the home of the burial place of Gian Giacomo Medici, its crucial contributor.
  • Teatro alla Scala - the world's largest opera house, built in 18th century.
  • Stadio San Siro - Milan's main football arena where all sports enthusiasts unite for their favorite game of football, has been named after their prominent Milanese footballer Giuseppe Meazza. Opened in 1926, frequent remodellings and repairs have resulted in boost of its size and is now accommodating more than 85,000 football fans.
  • Santa Maria delle Grazie is a church and abbey in Milan, protected under World UNESCO Heritage sites, built in a Renaissance architectural style. The church contains the mural of The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci.

Similar tourist destinations in Italy: Venice, Rimini, Florence.

Town is recommended for

Suitable for older people, Girls Getaway, Tourists without a Car, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Romantic trips, Adventure and Sport

Milan, Italy - General details

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Milan, region of Lombardy - Distances

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    Milan - Genoa: 118 km
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    Milan - Turin: 129 km
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    Milan - Verona: 140 km
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    Milan - Vimodrone (6+ apartments): 6 km
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    Milan - Segrate (5+ accommodation units): 7 km
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    Milan - Corsico (18+ apartments): 7 km
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    Milan - San Donato Milanese (7+ accommodation units): 8 km
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    Milan - Sesto San Giovanni (18+ apartments): 8 km
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    Milan - Cormano (4+ apartments): 8 km
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    Milan - Novate Milanese (6+ apartments): 9 km
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    Milan - Cinisello Balsamo (4+ apartments): 9 km
  • Airport "Linate", town of Milan (American Airlines, Air Canada, Air France, Air One, Alitalia, bmi, Aer Lingus, Servicios de Transportes A): 6 km
  • Airport "Malpensa", town of Milan (Darwin Airline, Germanwings, Atlas Blue, Afriqiyah Airways, Air Moldova, Jet Airways, Aegean Airlines, American Airlines): 41 km
  • Airport "Orio al Serio", town of Bergamo (Alitalia, Domodedovo Airlines, Ryanair, Air Italy, Wind Jet, Balkan Bulgarian Airlines, Pegasus Airlines, Carpatair): 45 km

Genoa -> Milan - road routes

  • 1. Head west on Viale Paolo Thaon di Revel toward Via Fiume.
  • 2. Turn left onto Via Fiume.
  • 3. Turn left onto Via Luigi Cadorna.
  • 4. Turn right onto SS1.
  • 5. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on SS1.
  • 6. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Milano/Savona/Sestri L. and merge onto E25.
  • 7. Continue onto A7. Partial toll road. (131 km)
  • 8. Take the exit toward Aeroporto Linate.
  • 9. Slight left onto Piazzale Francesco Carrara.
  • 10. Continue onto Viale Giovanni da Cermenate.
  • 11. Turn left onto Via Carlo Bazzi.
  • 12. Continue onto Via Gian Carlo Castelbarco.
  • 13. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Via Roberto Sarfatti.
  • 14. Turn left onto Via Ferdinando Bocconi.
  • 15. Turn right onto Viale Beatrice D'Este.
  • 16. Continue onto Viale Angelo Filippetti.
  • 17. Continue onto Viale Emilio Caldara.
  • 18. Continue onto Viale Regina Margherita.
  • 19. Continue onto Piazza delle Cinque Giornate.
  • 20. Continue onto Viale Bianca Maria.
  • 21. Turn left onto Piazza del Tricolore.
  • 22. Turn left onto Viale Bianca Maria.
  • 23. Take the 1st right onto Corso Monforte. Entering toll zone. Leaving toll zone in 500m at Vicolo Rasini. Entering toll zone in 550m at Via Cino del Duca.
  • 24. Continue onto Corso Giacomo Matteotti.
  • 25. Turn left onto Via San Paolo.
  • 26. Take the 1st right onto Via Ulrico Hoepli.
  • 27. Turn right onto Via Agnello.
  • 28. Turn left onto Piazza San Fedele.
  • 29. Turn right onto Via Tommaso Marino.
  • 30. Turn left onto Via Santa Margherita.
  • 31. Take the 3rd right onto Via Tommaso Grossi.
  • 32. Turn left onto Via dei Mercanti. Destination will be on the right.

Tourist attractions and sights

  • Villa Necchi Campiglio, Milan, 0.2 km from the centre of town of Milan.
  • Cathedral Milan, 0.7 km from the centre of town of Milan.
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    La Scala Opera, Milan, 0.9 km from the centre of town of Milan.
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    Duomo Square, Milan, 0.9 km from the centre of town of Milan.
  • Church Santa Maria presso San Satiro, Milan, 1.3 km from the centre of town of Milan.
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    Brera, Milan, 1.3 km from the centre of town of Milan.
  • Art museum L'Ultima Cena, Milan, 2.3 km from the centre of town of Milan.
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    Ski resort Alpe Campo di Rimasco, number of cross country pistes: 5km. 63 km from town of Milan.
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    Ski resort Alpe di Mera, number of ski pistes: 14. 66 km from town of Milan.
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    Ski resort Alpe Arera, altitude: 1030m. 100 km from town of Milan.

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