Sightseeing Milan

 

This needs no introduction as this is the global capital of design and fashion. Milan is a metropolis in Italy’s Lombardy region. This city is known for its high end restaurants and shops

Plan a trip to Milan:

When planning your summer vacations, Milan might not be first on your list. You might think this is only for people interested in the fashion industry. Wrong! Although this is where fashion was born and raised, this city has a lot more to offer. The hotels in Milan are top notch. This is a city of rich cultural heritage.

History lesson:

  • You should know that St. Augustine was baptized in a basilica that stood at what is now Piazza del Duomo.

  • These famous people are from here, they lived and worked in this very city,

    • Michelangelo artist

    • Leonardo da Vinci

    • the composer Verdi

    • the great tenor Enrico Caruso

    • The designer Giorgio Armani

    • Toscanini conducted regularly at La Scala.

  • Not just artists and painter but Napoleon was crowned inside the Duomo.

  • Mussolini, founded the Fascist party here!

  • The entire fashion world looks to Milan’s catwalks twice a year for the season’s fashions.

All the historical background and not to mention the considerable wealth produced by its favorite commercial position, has left Milan with an abundance of art, cultural, and architectural treasures for you to cherish.

 

Milan for Sightseeing

Big, extensive Milan can be overwhelming when first looked. However, it’s not nearly so daunting when you notice that most major attractions are within walking distance from the Duomo, itself Milan’s prime attraction. Following are a few suggestions to guide you towards the many hotels to choose from:

  • Luxury Hotels:

    • A few steps from Piazza Duomo and medieval Piazza Mercanti, art-filled Hotel Spadari al Duomo has a contemporary interior.

    • By contrast Grand Hotel et de Milan has a classic historical aura.

    • There is convenience for both opera lovers and fashionistas which is between La Scala and the Monte Napoleone designer shops.

  • Mid-Range Hotels:

    • On a quiet corner of the street and with flawless service, Gran Duca di York exudes an air of serenity, in spite of its location just off busy Piazza Duomo.

    • A little close to the Duomo are the newly modernized rooms of Hotel La Madonnina.

    • The plain but comfortable Hotel Star is still only a 10-minute walk from the Duomo and La Scala.

  • Budget Hotels:

    • The hospitable Antica Locanda Leonardo is near Santa Maria delle Grazie and The Last Supper, an easy walk to the science museum and historic San Ambrogio.

    • London Hotel is near to Castello Sforzesco and so are its museums, which lies within walking distance from the Duomo and Brera art museum. They are close to the center, restaurants, and beautiful shops.

    • A good neighborhood for restaurants, Casa Mia Hotel is just past the Public Gardens. Only 20 mins away from Duomo.

The best and easy way to see the most famous sites of Milan is on a Milan Half-Day Sightseeing Tour with da Vinci’s The Last Supper. Book a budget hotel in Milan Malpensa Airport

 

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