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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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Worth knowing

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 stay in Milan

Where to stay in Milan
Antares Hotel
Drop by this English manor. The Antares boasts a magnificient design oriented on the British country homestead. Alongside the heavy cutrains and the lusheous striped carpet, is a superb entertainment system that would even impress the Queen. Turn up the sound and visitng the Milano Scala won`t seem as important anymore. WLAN and the latest films are on the programm. However, if you`ve had enough of the big screen, then turn to the breathtaking view to be had whilst enjoying a fine risotto in the Ambra panorama restaurant. For those that have indulged themselves just a little too much can burn those extra calories in the world-class fitness studio. For those who would rather not exert themselves, the wine bar is so cosy that you may never want to leave.
Enterprise Hotel
Hotel Delizia

Where to eat in Milan

Where to eat in Milan
Cracco
This is the place for those that are searching for innovation beyond Pasta and Co. Carlo Craccos is one of the most imaginative chefs in the world. How does a taste-test sound? Then let us begin with something easy: Eggyolk spaghetti with garlic, olive oil and chilli. On to something a bit more complicated: Codfish glazed with honey. Quite crafty is the shellfish glaze reduction with fresch tarragon and dill - served frozen. It doesn't particularly matter what you order here: you can be sure that you have never tried it before. The restaurant boasts two Michelin Stars, cherrywood on the walls and a wine cellar that has 1800 labels to offer. The finest of course! In summary: There are few more dignified restaurants out there and Cracco is one of the fifty best restaurants in the world. Newcomers to the gourmet milieu may be wary of the almost foreign offerings on the menu. The familiar Pasta and Co. maybe on the cards for those less adventurous.
Sans Egal
L'Elephante

What to see in Milan

What to see in Milan
La Triennale
What do Roy Liechtenstein, Swarovsky and the young, creative Poles have in common? They have all featured at the Triennale. The central hot-spot for modern art, innovative design and architecture are all tastefully brought under the one roof, which is in itself a work of art. The Triennale is sure to impress art connoisseurs, car-lovers (thanks to the new Mini collection) and star architects with the impressive display of industrial design. Don't forget to visit the café in Palazzo dell'Arte: Architect Michelle de Lucchi has created a purely white room as a simple contrast to enjoy a well-deserved espresso. It's called Coffee Design and it's frequented by all those with name and rank in the cultural scene. Come here to be inspired and learn that the hunger for more art is just a brew away.
Campari Museum
Nights at the Mus

Where to shop in Milan

Where to shop in Milan
Boffi
The cooking shows have set the scene: The kitchen is the new bedroom. Those who still can't cook have missed the trend and are now playing catch-up. Those in the scene buy their trendy accessories at Boffi. Designer kitchens in black, white and grey constitute the typical Boffi image. Not to forget the liberal usage of stainless steel and the seasoned prices. Fitting for the average Boffi customer, who has a lot of money and enough space. To shop here, you will need both of those too, because the island kitchen bench won't fit in the average apartment. Those that want to continue the clear-cut lines in the bathroom are also at the right place here. You can set your own accent with select wood and stainless steel features. The see-through baths and basins and the minimalistic faucet sets are true highlights. Don't forget your rubber ducky!
Spalding
Santoni

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