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The heart of Italian fashion, an industrial powerhouse, and home to Italy’s financial district, Milan is a city that marches to the beat of its own drum. Boasting a dynamic and progressive population, Milan sets an unrelenting pace not often seen in neighbouring Italian cities. Sure, it may be daunting at first, but once you get to know this arts capital you’ll never turn back. Ideal for design devotees, Milanese creative culture thrives on every corner. The birthplace of sought-after fashion houses including Prada and Dolce and Gabbana, Milan’s art districts of boho-chic Brera and eclectic Chiesa Rossa are perfect for gaining a slice of local life and witnessing up-and-coming influencers emerging from Milan today. The capital of Lombardy, Milan’s foodie scene remains alive and well, with endless opportunities to taste unique Lombard dishes in the many bars and restaurants that dot the city.

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Things to do in Milan

  • Our tips for Milan

    Our tips for Milan
    • Reach new heights at the Duomo. This iconic site is in the very centre of Milan, and easily reached by various transport links. Take the elevator to the top of the church, the Duomo Roof boasts beautiful sights of the city and the mountains beyond.
    • Book in advance for your ‘Last Supper’. Da Vinci’s famous offering is world-famous and an extremely popular tourist spot, so be sure to book your tickets in advance to avoid missing out and save on at-the-door fees.
    • Get served. Do as the locals do and partake in a traditional Milanese dish during your visit. We suggest digging into the tantalising risotto saffron dish, the Risotto alla Milanese.
  • Good to know

    Good to know
    Best Time To Visit An Italian summer is bliss, though a visit to this busy city is best kept to just outside the peak summer months. The months of April to May or September to October are ideal, straddling Milan’s manic tourist season.
    Getting There Navigating Milan has never been so easy with these travel tips to get you on your way.
    • Milan’s metro system is relatively cheap and efficient, running between 6am – 12.30am daily. Three major lines will connect you to all the major sites with ease.
    • Taxis in Milan can’t be hailed, rather registered drivers will park up at designated ranks. You can find these ranks outside most rail stations, major hotels, and piazzas.
    • Keep driving in Milan to a minimum. Vehicles are costly to run and park here, plus many streets in the city are pedestrian-only.
    Stay Safe Milan is a relatively safe city, but when it comes to health and safety, a traveller can never be too careful. Keep these precautions in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch…
    • Look out for pickpockets and keep valuable items close. Petty crime is common in Milan especially in crowded, tourist-prone areas. Be particularly cautious at Milan’s Central Station.
    • Dial 112 for assistance in an emergency.
    • When you’re travelling solo be sure to walk in well-lit, busy areas and be wary of strangers.