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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.

Western Europe

Whether you are on a business trip or a city tour – the extensive Austrian network means Europe’s key centres and most interesting cities are at your fingertips.

Worth knowing

  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: Italian
  • Capital: Rome
  • Austrian flight destination: Bologna, Florence, Milan, Rome, Venice
  • 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 eat in Milan

Where to eat in Milan
Sans Egal
If your head starts to spin thanks to all the designer stores, them you should drop in for a drink. Theres a cocktail that fits to the new shoes bought in Quad d'Oro at Sans Egal. Ambience is the main attraction here: Stools in leopard-print, ruffled fabrics on the ceiling and bamboo look suspiciously African, and actually are. The expectations are accordingly high - cous cous or tajine. So what's on the menu? Then comes the disappointment. Instead of finger-food, spaghetti appears on the cards. Tyroler speck acts as if it fits to the decor and sits snugly in between gnocchi and steak on a menu that is out of touch with it's surroundings. Not to worry however, as the warm service and the cute terrace with a great view make it all worthwhile. Apropos the view: the fantastic shopping paradise of Brera doesn't leave you much time to sit down. Your credit-limit was hard earnt, so go and spend it!

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.
Antique Market

What to see in Milan

What to see in Milan
Scala di Milano
Those who haven't yet seen the Milan Skala have simply not yet seen Milan. There are two types of tourists, those who come outside the six-month opera season, enjoy cheaper tickets and accomodation in the hotels surrounding the Skala. On the other hand, in the season, the entire city is full of music. As a bonus, you can always cross it off your list: been there, done that! For those that miss the magical acoustics of the Skala, theres also a museum that offers behind-the-scenes look into the world of the Milan Skala. Here you will learn everything worth knowing about the history of the music cathedral and the big names that have stood on stage or conducted an orchestra: Verdi, Callas, Toscanini and the other greats. Visitors will be left absolutely astounded.
Terrazza Martini

Where to stay in Milan

Where to stay in Milan
Bulgari Hotel
We all know Bulgari as a Jeweller. Those who await the sparkling of Swarovski crystals will be sorely disappointed: At the very most, it's the jewelled armbands of the illustrious guests that are sparkling. Aside from jewels, this hotel is in a luxury class of its own. The cupboards alone are big enough to cater for a small family. The bathrooms feature a bath carved from granite stone and the wireless multi-function telephone is the jewel in the crown. Elegant teak wood is matched with solid oaks and of course a generous range of Bulgari bathroom products are made available. The biggest jewel of the hotel has to be the Spa, which fulfills even the finest demands. And for those that really must leave the hotel doors, the search is only a platinum card away: the golden quarter is right at your doorstep, with designer stores such as Dolce, Prada and Armani at your doorstep. But don't rush out - there's always a massage to be enjoyed! If there's no time for a shopping tour, let the exculsive shopping service take care of it for you. Double rooms from 530 euros per night.
Hotel Spadari
Hotel Manzoni

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