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Where to stay in Milan

Where to stay in Milan
Hotel Delizia
Those that have it, spend a night at Hotel Bulgari. Those that don't have it mustn't necessarily wrinkle up their nose, because great quality can also be found at reasonable prices in Milan. Warm colours, dark wood and stone tiles exude a typical mediterranean flair. Breakfast delivered at your door comes at no extra charge - the service makes up for the lack of space. This hotel is well suited to couples who love to cuddle up, but is also worth recommending to singles who hope to find that perfect Italian lover. The right one might be waiting at the Rolling Stone, a great live music venue that is only a stone's throw away from the hotel. Double rooms are available from ?70 per night.
Hotel Malpensa
Hotel Gray

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.
Cimitero
Garden Floor

Where to shop in Milan

Where to shop in Milan
Excelsior Milano
Take your time when you get to Excelsior in Milan! The new concept store in the Galleria del Corso used to be a cinema. Now it has seven levels, and again there's lot to watch but especially to shop! All floors are superclean and straight. With flashing hightech screens everywhere and lots of space: 40,000 square metres designed by the French star architect Jean Nouvel.   Our recommendation: begin at the top - and you will stay on top of things! Also because of the shoes and accessories. But first, throw yourself onto the leather sofa - for inspecting the comfort. And in the meantime you can already pick your favourite model from the glass cabinets - in terms of shoes, of course. And then you can move downstairs, into the third floor, meeting Valentino, Chloé or Jacobs. And the gents another level down! Rag & Bone or Vince are even further down, on the first floor! Hungry from climbing all those stairs? Then go straight ahead into the gourmet shop in the basement or the bistro on the mezzanine! Shopping break!
Antique Market
Coppola Atelier

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.
Renoir Cafe
Radetzky Café