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Milan is a city of fashion and industrial power. It’s regarded as the fashion and design capital of the world with a stylish urban scene to match, and it harbours a rich and fascinating history lurking behind the designer shops. At the heart of the city, the intricate Duomo stands tall and proud, impressing its Imperial Roman culture and consistent attention to detail on the surrounding areas. Milan isn’t just a shallow fashion hotspot with a heavy business emphasis, though, it is a romantic Italian city to its core with an array of amazing things to do – from exploring huge art collections, enjoying the vibrant nightlife, and eating some of Italy’s best-loved cuisine. Get to know the real Milan by choosing one of our central apartments in Milan. We have cheap studios and short term rentals for every kind of traveller, whether you’re a shopping enthusiast, an art aficionado, or a hard-core foodie.
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Get under the skin of Milan by exploring the streets as a local. Once you’ve experienced all the major attractions, discover some of the lesser-known parts of the city. Firstly, check out the exhibitions at the city’s photography gallery, Carle Sozzani, which has a regularly changing schedule of events, and then take a stroll along the Navigli canals, grab a hot coffee and watch the buzz of life unfold around you. Afterwards, make your way to Colonne di San Lorenzo, a historical square that has become the evening hangout for young people. It’s the perfect place to enjoy Milan after dark, with its collection of quirky bars and impressive architecture.
On weekends, local Milano’s head out into the countryside that surrounds the city to enjoy lunch at one of the many agriturismo restaurants. There are plenty of vineyards and old country eateries dotted around, so pull up a chair and enjoy the lazy afternoons.
Explore the city like a local by checking into one of our cosy boutique apartments in Milan that are dotted throughout the city’s streets.
Milan accommodation reflects the trendy, cultural atmosphere of the city itself. Amongst the stylish shops and the ornate Gothic architecture there are loads of short term places to stay that offer a sophisticated insight into Italian city life. As well as high-end hotels that flourish with designer details and cheap guesthouses that burst with traditional charm, there are a number of modern hostels that cater to the younger crowd in Milan, and affordable apartments that surround the major attractions and look out over the stunning city skyline.
Milan is serviced by two airports. Linate Airport is the smaller of the two and is mainly used for domestic flights. The best way to get from Linate to the city centre is by bus or taxi, since there is no train service. There is a direct express bus that runs from outside the terminal to Piazza San Babila in Milan’s centre.
Malpensa Airport is the more popular air arrival hub, catering to most low-cost carriers and international flights. There are numerous options for getting from the airport to the city centre, including a direct shuttle bus which takes about an hour and leaves every 20 minutes. Alternatively there is the Malpensa express train, which you can catch to either Piazza Cadorna metro stop or Central Station. The latter journey takes slightly longer, though you’ll be right in the centre of the city.
Visitors can also arrive in Milan from other Italian cities as well as neighbouring countries via the extensive and reliable cross-country train services. If you’re arriving this way, you will most likely end up at Central Station.