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Milan

Milan

Milan is the Italian capital of fashion, and the second largest city in the country. Located South of the Alps, in the Po river valley, the capital of the Lombardy region is also a center of Italian culture and business. Roughly 1,3 million people live in the city, to which you can fly with Austrian Airlines and arrive at Milan Malpensa airport. The city is well known for its annual fashion shows, and the opera, the "Scala", is world renowned. Furthermore, it has one of the most famous Catholic Dome churches worldwide. Two of the most famous Italian football clubs play here as well, Internazionale and AC Milan. There are countless treasures of art to be viewed in Milan, among them pieces by legendary Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci.

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Timetable Milan

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Stay in Milan

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.
Townhouse 31
Hotel Spadari

Shopping in Milan

Shopping in Milan
The GoldenQuarter
To get lost on the golden path in Milan is no difficult task. Well, not literally, but you may be swept away in the golden quarter, which is bordered by the Piazza della Scala, the Via Montenapoleone, the Via Sant Andrea and the Via della Spiga. Everything inside this illustrious quarter has been turned into gold. Fashion gems from Dolce, Armani, Prada, Kenzo, Valentino and Louis Vuitton, just to name a few, are all here to be found! This is the definitive mecca for shoppers, designers and fashionistas. What you don't see here is junk. The flea-market of the vanities has a price range from the pain barrier to private insolvency. Which means that the golden credit card is your best bet to survival here. Those who can't afford to take part in the festivities here should nonetheless take a stoll through and press their nose against the display windows and marvel at the exquisite items inside. For those that are lucky, you might just catch the end of summer sales. A pair of shoes from Roestti may still cost a fortune, but it won't hurt so much.
Santoni
Buttero

Eat in Milan

Eat in Milan
La Belle Aurore
Authentic Italy! As you walk in the door you will realise that you have stepped into the homely realm of a traditional Italian family. Mama is there, donning her red glasses from the 80's. The sister masters the kitchen, whilst the brother serves the guests and the Don manages the bar. It is all so familiar, that visitors quickly suspec that it is all a show. Maybe. Maybe not. The fact is, La Belle Aurore has been the meeting point for students, intellectuals and authors for over 15 years.   And if they don't know, then who? They all come because of the great food on offer, but saty because of the art nouveau atmosphere and enjoy a dry martini whilst reading the newspaper. Although the restaurant is relatively unknown in tourist circles, it is well-known amongst locals. Long waiting times are to be expected - but it is well worth it!
Cracco
Radetzky Café

Sights in Milan

Sights in Milan
Terrazza Martini
It's something for the Paparazzi and pantie-snapshooters amongst us: The Terrazza Martini is frequented by the distinguished stars and top-elite of the Milan scene. The most beautiful setting matches the most beautiful people: Intensive reds in the style of Martini in person, acheived through generous application of glass and noble parquet, designed by PureSang from Antwerp and produced in India. Access to the exclusive events that take place here is by invitation only. And it was always so: as the Terrazza Martini was a cinema in the 1950's, an exclusive audience was invited to watch cult films and previews, including Frederico Fellini's La Dolce Vita. The sweet life is still to be felt here, thanks to the 360-degree panorama view of Milan alone. It's hard not to feel as if you are both the king of the world and the centre of the universe here. No wonder that the people who frequent the Terrazza Martini think of themselves as just that.
Museo del Cinema
Fashion Café

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