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Milan stands for an internationally-renowned economic centre and the capital of Italian fashion & design.

On a trip or holiday everyone seeks what they enjoy most. Whether it’s art, food, recreation or nature, you will fulfill all your needs right here. With its various districts – each with its own unique atmosphere, its characteristic eclectic and energetic spirt, Milan is a city that can please everyone.


Story behind Milan

Milan is recognised as the economic capital of Italy, but it is also famous for being a city of art. Historical buildings, monuments, villas, modern architectural buildings, churches and abbeys all offer a variety of styles and striking details that are well worth getting to know. This is a monumental richness amongst the most treasured in Italy, blended in an urban context and enjoyed daily by citizens and tourists alike.

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Key Things To Check Out

What should you check out?

Milan is a city of fashion, design, art, aperitifs and finance. Milan has many different aspects, maybe even too many to discover in a short stay, but there are some highlights to at least begin to get to know the city. These are the most important tourist attractions, the most representative architectural wonders, the most important institutions, the symbols of the city. Milan has unique variety of museums. Over the centuries, the long literary, artistic, musical and scientific tradition has made this city into a propeller centre, a crossroads of culture that has left behind numerous traces, now preserved in important museum collections.

When to Visit

All the events you can't miss in December

The atmosphere that one breathes in the Christmas festive period in Milan is unique. Here you can find all the city has to offer to live the holiday season to the fullest! Exhibitions, events, the Christmas trees around the city, Musical Advent Calendar, skating rinks, Nativity scene at Palazzo Marino and much more.

What to do

What to do in Milan?

  • Romantic
  • Family
  • Adventure

Night Life

Milano by Night starts at sunset with the Happy Hour. All the city bars compete to offer the best cocktails skilfully prepared by their expert barmen. It’s both a trendy ritual and a chance to enjoy a drink and satisfy your appetite without spending a fortune. Getting together in the evening for a drink is a Milanese custom. The Happy Hour is a great way to meetup with friends, partners or colleagues. Aperitifs can be sipped standing at the bar or whilst lounging on couches at the most ‘in’ locations. Enjoying a leisurely drink in one of the Milan by Night venues is like being in a lounge where you can chill out with friends and listen to smooth background music.

Milan by bicycle

Milan is greener than you would ever think. Walking around you can readily come across trees, flower beds and gardens tucked away between the city buildings. If you want to explore the green side of this city, a bicycle is the ideal way to enjoy these oases of green. And thanks to “bike sharing,” everyone has easy access to an ecological way to get around.

Local Cousine

Land of wine, fish and olives

Milan has its own gastronomic tradition but it is also a very good one; it is a culinary tradition that in a way is similar to the city itself, pleasant with not to many frills, made up of hearty, easy to prepare dishes, created mainly to nourish the body than to tickle the palate.

Did you know?


The people of Milan are often hallmarked by their passionate character, and this is one of the keys to understanding the city. This approach has always played a fundamental part in its various artistic expressions – such as opera at La Scala – both in terms of the performers, and the spectators who provide their judgement and generous enthusiasm.

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Where to Stay?

Businessman or a luxurious bohemian?

How to Get There?

Milan – a city ready to welcome and share its culture and traditions

  • Plane
    For those who prefer to travel by air, Milan is serviced by three airports (Linate, Malpensa and Orio al Serio) that support domestic and international flights. All the airports offer a wide choice of car rental companies and cars with chauffeur service.
  • Car
    The Lombard territory allows one to taste all types of scenery and sensations. It is enough just to get into the car and travel the long, wide autostrade (motorways) to find yourself immersed in another culture in a flash.
  • Bus
    There are many national and international destinations that are connected with Milan through a network of buses and there are seven main companies, both public and private, that operate in the territory. There are also many routes that connect the Lombard capital with its whole region and allow one to reach one side of the territory from the other.
  • Bus
    The camper van is an integral part of the Milanese way of holidaying.
    Dubrovnik is connected with a regular ferry service with Bari, Korcula, Island of Hvar, Split and Rijeka. Many other cruiser ships have regular calls to Dubrovnik.
  • Railroad
    For those who prefer to travel with their “feet planted firmly on the ground”, there are numerous railway stations (Stazione Centrale, Cadorna Ferrovie Nord, Porta Garibaldi and Lambrate) with services for all destinations.
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