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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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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


Where to shop in Milan

Where to shop in Milan
Il Salvagente
A garage sale in designer fashion-clothing. The reverred Il Salvagante outlet store offers smashing fashion at knock-out prices. Shoppers here will need sharp elbows as you won't get those sought-after Helmut Lang jeans without a bit of push and shove! You will have to bring your boxing gloves if you're aiming for anything Prada and extend your claws if you're set on a Gucci outfit. The clientele here is a bit like the big brands on offer: from the past, but still in top-form. Daggers will be drawn if you get in the way of the bargain-hunting fine ladies. And the more money they have, the more they insist on their discounts. It may sound strange, but it is well worth participating the bustle and tussle. Although you may come away with a few bruises, both your wardrobe and your purse will thank you for it. If you make it here, then you can make it anywhere!
Santoni
Antique Market

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!
Cracco
Nobu Armani

What to see in Milan

What to see in Milan
San Siro Stadion
You are brilliant but lazy. You let yourself fall and your a champion: We're talking about Italy's footballers. Milan is not just a fashion capital, but also the playing field of the football gods. But when AC meets FC then there's often a riot. Which doesn't happen often enough, considering that both masterful teams reside in the same city. Those who know about the bitter rivalry between Austria and Rapid, know exactly how fierce it can get. But at least the Viennesse rivals have their respective stadiums. The Milanese rivals must share San Siro stadium. Those who want to witness the true art of football must visit San Siro stadium, where stars like Lúcio, Ronaldhino and Dida hit the field. They are all so legendary that you don't even have to mention their first names. But before you pay homage to the current gods of the field, visit the San Siro Museum and let the collection of historical moments, jerseys and cups won over the decades convince you: Milan is the home of football mastery.
Nights at the Mus
Fashion Café

Where to stay in Milan

Where to stay in Milan
Hotel Manzoni
In the middle of the fashion quarter, the Manzoni bucks the trend and scores points with old school luxury instead of modern art. Not to worry: at least you know what to expect. Remember the times of Italian marble, dark wood-panelling and striped carpeting? This hotels combines classic charm with modern facilities, combining W-LAN with parquet floors and herringbone patterns, antiquated curtain cords with LCD TVs and the piano in the bar, along with the turkish bath in the spa area. The kitchen serves the holy trinity of Milan, Italian and international cuisine, the breakfast buffet is a knock-out and the wine list hosts only the finest wines. Those who stay at this hotel have no need to show off, because this hotel simply exudes appeal. Double rooms are available from 230 euros per night.
Hotel Gray
Hotel Malpensa

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