Everything is in Milan. Milan hosts all kinds of world fairs. Milan has Food Week, Design Week, Fashion Week, The Art Week, Museum, Innovation, Digital Week … everything in short. We never get bored here. Of course, everything is always in motion, but when we stop we do it in front of a good dish of pasta and good wine.
Milano is a perfect blend of modern and history .. Each spot gives and gives a positive or decisive thought, but always produces an effect, a sensation … this makes it unique.
Rent an apartment to leave completely in the city. A beautiful apartment in a charming neighborhood doubles the travel experience and the pleasure of living in the city.
Take Milan as a landing (or departure) city to visit Italy. Spend a few days of your Italian vacation to get to know this city. When you come back home and think about Italy, Milan will make a difference. Clearly, Tuscany, Umbria, Venice, Rome, Italian destinations have specialties and characteristics .. but you wouldn’t expect that from Milan. That is why this metropolis can be the best “bridge” for other places.
Succession of different cultures, stratified and put together has made Milan one of the most interesting destinations in Italy. The European metropolis, with its various sectors that serve as the driving force for the Italian economy, is a true national reference point.
The 1st reason to book a trip to Milan – shopping and design
If you like cothes, shopping in Milan is a great experience. One of the global fashion capitals, Milan is home to high-end designer stores, boutiques and outlets ranging from Uber-expensive to very affordable, while retaining Italian fashion that is famous for quality and grandeur.
Milan has no shortage of the biggest masons and fashion ateliers. Giorgio Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Prada, Ferragamo, Valentino, Max Mara .. all here .. Clothing and accessories are probably not for everyone, but it will be enough to look out the windows to recognize the style and appreciate the art.
Streets like Via della Spiga or Montanapoleon located within the Milan Fashion District are a must see if you visit the city.
In recent years, some of the larger brand outlet malls (as mentioned above) have sprung up just outside of Milan, but organized buses can be easily reached through shopping tours, such as the Cerevelle Designer Outlet Mall, Scallo Milano and more. If you really want to experience a great fashion experience we can suggest Fashion Tours Milan
If you prefer “light shopping”, Corso Buenos Aires, Corso Vittorio Emanuele by Torino has proposed numerous fashion shops.
Milan Design Week is the most important event in the world
The Milan Fair District hosts the exhibition, but the success of the event is the result of numerous collateral initiatives that have transformed the city into a museum and open-air design gallery. Exhibitions, meetings, congresses, shows, culinary events, colors and venues throughout the city.
Salon del Mobile in Milan is a stage that marks the history of design and furnishing of yesterday, today and tomorrow in products and Italian innovation, art, eccentricity, functionality, creativity.
Visiting Milan during Design Week and Furisalon is something wonderful.
2nd reason to book a trip to Milan – Attractions, art and culture
Milan has been reborn after Expo 2015. It is a city committed to enhancing every form of excellence, art and culture. The calendar of exhibitions in the museums of Milan offers events for numerous artists and all interests.
Art museums like Museo del Novecento, Palazzo Realle, La Pinacoteca di Brera, Cenacolo Vincenzo .. Planetarium, Museum of Science and Technology, Civic Museum of Natural History. Scala, Piccolo Teatro Strehler, Archimboldi, Manzoni Theater, National Theater, Siak and much more.
The most famous and impressive monuments are certainly the Duomo Cathedral, Sforza Castle and its Sampion Park, the last supper by Leonardo da Vinci, Santa Maria del Grazi, the whole of the Brara district, Navigli in Milan (always designed by Leonardo). … If you want to see something new, for sure we suggest going to Piazza GAe Aulenti, Porta Nuova District, with its Unicredit Tower.
3rd reason to book a trip to Milan – Amazing food, good wine and aperitifs
Wherever you go you will find bars and restaurants ready to make you experience excellent food and good wine.
Milan is an open city. You will find Tretoria and restaurants that will serve you typical Italian dishes made with traditional and original products from their region. Fresh food, good taste. Famous chefs started from here .. Milan is in great demand in terms of food and for this reason you will find anything that can satisfy your taste.
The aperitifs are very popular in Milan, in fact, in the evening after a day’s work, the bar serves “L’Aperi-sena”, which means you will find all kinds of finger food, pasta, hams and cheese, focaccia and pizza. , Chips and much more .. to taste with a good glass of Italian wine or spritz .. maybe, with Duomo View
4th reason to book a trip to Milan – public transport, easy access to the city of Milan
Milan’s public transport options include subways, buses, trams, and bikes.
Milan’s public transport system connects to the entire city center, making it easy to get around the city’s most popular attractions. Opting for public transportation is one of the best “green” ways to travel. It will also save you a lot of time and money (if you don’t take a cab, you can avoid traffic and leave a lot of cash) … which means spend more on whatever you choose!
The Milan Metro is one of the most modern metro systems in Europe and has four subway lines. Line M1 (red): This line is useful, especially if you are traveling to Milan for business and want to reach the City of Fiera Milano or Ro Fiera. The line also stops at the main historical centers of Duomo and San Babila. Line M2 (green): M2 stops at Milano Central Station (where trains from all over Europe arrive). Line M3 (Yellow): M3 is probably the most convenient line for tourists, as it stops at Via Montenapoleon (the most important commercial and shopping area in Milan) and at Duomo in Milan Central. Line M5 (Purple): M5 is integrated with regional trains. Visitors will find the following stops interesting: Garibaldi Station and Stadio Giuseppe Meza.
One more option to take a cab (or walking): BikeMi! Milan’s popular bike-sharing initiative is a great way to get around and see the city.
Or … or, renting Segways is something very funny
5th reason to book a trip to Milan – from here you can go anywhere
Milan has excellent connections with major Italian, European and world cities. From Milan you can also reach in less time for day trips, wonderful places like cities like Lake Como, Lake Garda, Lake Maggiore, Pavia, Verona, Bergamo, Sink Terra or winter tourist destinations like Bormino, Bernina, Madonna de Campiglio and much more. By train from Milan in 1 hour to Turin, in one and a half hours to Genoa, in 2 hours to Florence and Venice, in 3 hours to Rome, in 4 hours to Naples.
In short, from here, starting your Italian tour will be the easiest thing to do
Milan will be a must-see city in your Italian itinerary.
Your trip is great!