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Milan

Milan
Milan is a city in northern Italy and capital of the region of Lombardy. Thanks to its rich history, even before the Roman times, and the central location in Europe there are numerous sights to see. Influenced by the Italian, French, Austrian, German and Spanish, there is a great range of culture including figurative art, design, literature, music and performing arts and especially fashion. Along with New York City, Paris and London, Milan is one of the top fashion capitals in the world. If you are interested in fashion you should fly with Austrian Airlines to Milan and visit the Milan Fashion Week which is hosted here twice a year. On the other hand don not miss the famous theatre and opera house La Scala or you absolutely have to visit the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie with "The Last Supper" by Leonardo da Vinci.

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Worth knowing

Italy
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: Italian
  • Capital: Rome
  • Austrian flight destination: Bologna, Florence, Milan, Rome, Venice
Airport
  • Milan Malpensa (MXP): The airport is located 45 km (29 miles) northwest of Milan.
  • Address: 21010 Ferno, Province of Varese, Italy
  • Telephone: +39 02 23 23 23
  • Airport Milan You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.


Where to shop in Milan

Where to shop in Milan
10 Corso Como
Let's retrospect: Carla Sozzani opens her Galleria Carla Sozzani at  Corso Como 10 in the inner yard of a former factory building in Milan. Back then you wouldn't have been able to find a photo gallery in the city, as photos were not regarded as art. Sozzani wanted to change this. More than twenty years later the busy Milanese is still communicating the art that's near and dear to her. Her Corso Como 10 has by now grown immensely. Helmut Newton, Annie Leibovitz and Bruce Weber have already been here with their photographs. Nowadays the gallery owner is working beside a design and fashion store, takes her lunch at the restaurant next door and grabs an espresso from the café right beside it. Corso Como 10 is a multifunctional space for networking, enjoyment and shopping: art, books, designer pieces, perfumes and lots of glitter. That might make you sleepy, but don't worry: one of the three 3Rooms apartments at Corso Como can accommodate you for a night or two.
Il Salvagente
Excelsior Milano

What to see in Milan

What to see in Milan
Navigli
The old canal quarter is not like the rest of Milan at all. When the fog hangs over the water, when it's dark and quiet, it appears more like London, reminiscent of Jack the Ripper of Jekyll and Hyde. But not to worry: This quarter is much better lit. And when the fog passes, there's a whole host of querky antique shops, excellent restaurants and small arteliers to be found. No wonder it's the hot-spot for the eccentric types and hip artists. You don't have to fear a knife in the back either, just too much beer in the belly as theres a range of pubs that line the canal banks. And the tansformation a lá Jekyll and Hyde is also possible in Navigli: The small boutique stores in the area could transform you from a nobody into a superstar. Reserving a table in this district is an absolute must and take some time out from the standard fare of big fashion labels and espressos in Milan!
Cimitero
Fashion Café

Where to stay in Milan

Where to stay in Milan
Townhouse 31
For those who don't want to be mothered, the Townhouse 31 is the perfect place. You will have to venture outside if you don't want to starve. Although there is an excellent breakfast servie, there is no restaurant. This shouldn't be a problem for individualists as Milan's restaurant strips are overflowing this culinary wonders. Before you hit the pasta bowl, let's take a look at the hotel once more. Ettore Mocchetti, the publisher of the Architectural Digest, designed this hotel, and the majority of the guests stem from the same discipline. But not that you think of it as a piece of art. Although the Townhouse boasts a modern interior it comse across as unmistakably conservative. Earthly tones, dark furniture and the almost obligatory marble bath dominate the furnishing. Breakfasts here are quite cosy and you will get to know the other guests on the shared breakfast table rather quickly. The owner is also to be seen at breakfast, and is always happy to have a chat. The setting is also very familiar and peaceful as the building is found in a quiet residential area established in the 19th century - the hustle and bustle of the city centre plays no role here. Double rooms are available from 170 euros per night.
Enterprise Hotel
Hotel Spadari

Where to eat in Milan

Where to eat in Milan
Il Luogo
It may not be the Cracco, but the offering from Aimo and Nadia Moroni is definitely not your average restaurant. A great tip for those that don't want to overdo it. Contrary to the furnishings, modern art dominates the walls and establishes a great colour balance in an otherwise white ambience. Whilst her husband Aimo scours Italy the perfect wheat to be used in the fantastic pasta varieties on offer here, Nadia conjures up a premium-quality menu with a hearty Italian aroma. In need of an example? The couple recommend the spaghetti from Senator Capelli Durum Wheat with green onions and spicy peppersauce. Sounds tasty? It sure is! And organic to boot!
Ristorante Giacomo Arengario
L'Elephante

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