Milan is one of the most visited cities in Italy, and this is no surprise, as it is full of art, fashion, history and delicious food. Milan is Italy’s banking and fashion capital and this is also very well represented in its hotels. There are plenty of great free things to do in Milan at a great price, and they have some hip and cool designer hotels all over Italy. As you may have guessed, Milan is not just known for being the most affordable city in Italy but also for being a beautiful city to live and visit.
The metropolitan area of Milan has a population of over 8 million people and Milan is currently the second largest city in Italy. As one of the most urbanised regions in Italy, Milan has a thriving business district that includes a number of high-quality hotels and restaurants, as well as a variety of museums and galleries.
The Istituto Europeo di Design (IED), founded in 1966, is based in Milan and enrolment at the IULM University is approaching some 4,300 students. Milan is the home to the world’s most prestigious design schools, such as the Milan Institute of Design and the International Institute of Design.
There are also a number of other parts of Italy worth a visit, including Rome, which is accessible by train, but Milan is at the top of the list. Pickpockets hide in the streets of Milan, in many hotels and restaurants in the city and in some restaurants.
If you are planning to spend all your time in Milan during your trip, you should reconsider, adding a day in the city at one end or the other of your visit will be a delight. If you fly to Milan Malpensa Airport, you can imagine staying at Hotel Como, which is 50 minutes from the centre of Milan, its expensive and probably not for you. You could add a hotel stay in Pescara, one of Italy’s most popular tourist destinations, to your list of cheaper accommodation, its in Lombardy. You should consider staying on the shores of Lake Coma or on Campo dei Campi near the lake shore, as it is a 50-minute train ride from Milan and a few minutes by train.
If you cant stay in a Milan hotel or the Duomo, make sure you stay true to the city centre so you can easily reach all the sights. If you do not visit Milan, but stay in Milan (especially for a short visit), be sure to visit the shops and restaurants. The city centre, which the vast majority of visitors think of, is incredibly compact. Italian cities are like this, and you should expect this in Rome, Florence and the rest of Italy.
The obvious centre of central Milan is Piazza del Duomo, which houses the city’s iconic Duomo and leads to a number of restaurants and shops, as well as the Museo Archeologico, which gives you a taste of Roman Milan, as such, it attracts many visitors. The historic centre of Milan, which is part of the historic centre of Rome is connected by the Basilica of San Giovanni Battista and the Cathedral of San Lorenzo. Don’t forget to visit the most famous Milan churches.
Milan has a large number of restaurants, bars, hotels, restaurants and shops, many of which are miles away from the enchanting countryside. Milan has some of the best restaurants in the world, as well as a wide selection of shops to choose from, and you can get to it all even if you don’t have a car.
Milan has some of the best restaurants, and there are many opportunities to discover the local cuisine and of course to taste a good pizza.
Milan Cathedral is considered the beating heart of Milan, and the Cathedral is one of the most important buildings in the city and also the largest cathedral in Italy. Milan has a history of political and religious extremism, similar to that of many other Italian cities. The traces of Mussolini’s fascist regime are still visible in the city’s imposing architecture, with Milan’s Central Station one of the most notable examples.
Milan’s main railway station is Porta Venezia, located in the city centre and connected to other major Milan railway stations, such as Milan Central Station and San Siro Station. I would definitely say that it is essential to see the Milan train station, one of the most important in Italy.