Timetable Milan

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Top Questions

How long does the flight take from Vienna to Milan?
How often flies Austrian Airlines from Vienna to Milan?
Austrian Airlines flies from Vienna to Milan up to six times a week.
What does a flight cost from Vienna nach Milan?
Currently flights are available from Vienna to Milan from 99 USD.
How big/heavy is the carry-on baggage allowed to be?
Your carry-on baggage should not be bigger than 55 x 40 x 23 cm and not heavier than 8 kg. A foldable suit bag not bigger than 57 x 54 x 15 cm is accepted as carry-on baggage. Additionally, you may bring one more personal object like a purse or a notebook bag not bigger than 40 x 30 x 10 cm into the cabin.

Where to eat in Milan

Where to eat in Milan
Ricerca Alimentar
Maybe he discovered the truth in wine. Maybe he simply doesn't speak any English. Maybe he doesn't care about his customers. Whatever the case, the old man behind the counter of the Ricerca Alimentari seldomly speaks and when he does, it's only in Italian. Nonetheless, he knows what he is doing. He is Bacchus, he is Dionysos, he has a command of the grape like none other and he serves everything from Ageno to Zubebi, from Argentina to Hungary, from 1932 to 2009, from bone-dry to Südhang Spätlese. One thing is sure - this man has an immense wine knowledge collected over the decades, along with wines that have aged for just as long. There's also a fantastic selection of fine cheese and ham to boot. Would you like to know exactly? How about Parmigiano Reggiano? Or Prosciutto iberico Pata Negra Bellota? In summary: Everything here fits wonderfully well together - The wine, the cheese, the old man behind the counter. You can't help but ask yourself - is he serious about it, or does he just do it for the tourists?
Le Banque
Nobu Armani

Where to shop in Milan

Where to shop in Milan
Coppola Atelier
A new haircut sometimes means a new sense of life - every woman and (by now every) man knows that. Aldo Coppola extends this philosophy of life with its new Aldo Coppola Atelier on Via Solari in Milan. Not only your hair will be shown to advantage in the 500 square metre atelier with white colours and red chairs. On the Coppola menu you'll find natural medicine, massages, posture exercises, girotonic hours and personal Pilates lessons. Coppola is known to be an expert in his field - at the age of twelve he has already experimented in his dad's hair salon. When he was fifteen he won an Italian competition for women's hairstyles. Missoni, Armani and Versace range among his business clients. He is represented in Russia, Great Britain, Monaco - and obviously in his city of origin Milan. In his new atelier you can be sure of being in good hands and the new sense of well-being is just around the corner! 
Il Salvagente
Antique Market

What to see in Milan

What to see in Milan
Fashion Café
Attentione! If you think of going to Fashion Café, it'd be best to think about your outfit the day before. Otherwise you might feel uncomfortable among all these models, business people and trendsetters. And the designation 'café' also doesn't really suit this venue: from breakfast to lunch, aperitif and dinner - everything's served here! Thursdays to Sundays international DJs put on some tunes at the turntables after dinner. The area - Brera - is a former art district and given its many bars and restaurants has a lot of nightlife potential. The Fashion Café is located here for thirty years by now. But it doesn't look old, quite the contrary - the owners have spiced up the historic location with fifties furniture and groovy lighting effects. Don't miss: Sunday's Vintage Brunch, the design market and regular exhibitions of young artists!
Museo del Cinema
Scala di Milano

Where to stay in Milan

Where to stay in Milan
Hotel Tocq
By Italian standards, The Tocq is remarkably empty. It is rare to find designers in Milan that practice a level of modesty shown here. But guests quickly realise that they have stepped into a space minimalistically moulded in the name of the avant-garde movement, and then dropped the price in shame. There's no other way to explain that a hotel, that would charge twice as much when placed in any other city, is so cheap. Maybe because scrollwork belongs to Milan like an amen belongs to a prayer? The fact is, the Tocq is structured in a comfortably spartan way, but with warm, bright colours and couches that aren't just there to be seen. If that's not enough, then guests can swim a couple of laps in the pool at the nearby fitness centre or drop in at the hotel bar for a drink. Double rooms are available from 101 euros per night.
Hotel Delizia
Nhow Milano