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The largest airport in the Milan metropolitan area and second busiest in Italy by total passengers annually, Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) serves Piedmont, Liguria and Lombardy, as well as the Swiss region of Canton Ticino.


Situated 50 km North-West of the city, in the province of Varese, the airport has two passenger terminals and offers transfer to the city by train, bus, taxi and car rental services. It takes about 40 minutes to get to the centre of the city.

Quick facts about Milan

Car rent
from $ 12 per day
Hotel booking
from $ 39 per night
Reference average prices in Milan
🌭 Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant
$ 4.49
🍕Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course
$ 26.97
🍺 Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)
$ 3.37
🚌 One-way Ticket (Local Transport)
$ 2.25
🏠 Apartment rent per month (1 bedroom in City Centre)
$ 1 123

Best time to visit Milan

The best time to explore the city
High season in Milan is from April to May and September to October
Hotels from $39
Milan is coldest in January with average temperatures of 3°C, and hottest in July when temperatures get as high as 25°C.
Average annual rainfall for Milan is 1013 mm, with July being the wettest month, with up to 101mm of rain.
The weather

High season in Milan is from April to May and September to October.

The capital of Lombardy, and also Italy’s global capital of fashion and design, Milan is also Italy’s political capital and home to the national stock exchange.

A financial hub and home to centuries of art and culture, Milan is the largest industrial city of the country, and a melting point for artists, designers, models, photographers as well as other creatives.


The city of glamour attracts tourists and visitors from all over the world to its streets of high-end restaurants and shops, and predominantly Mediterranean climate.

Things to do in Milan

With less flash than popularly portrayed, this city has a lot of hidden gems, which would need a little digging to find. More a compact town than major European metropolis, the unique city is walk-friendly, and a simple stroll can reveal eccentric and beautiful buildings, priceless works of art, and world class restaurants.

This calm city has a lot to offer curious travellers of different tastes or styles.

Grand Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

This shopping mall, looks like anything but. Perhaps a palace or an opera house, but not a mall. An extravagant and extremely opulent indoor shopping area, the Grand Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, commonly called the Grand Gallery, takes the shopping experience to another level.

One of the oldest shopping malls, it was created by Guiseppe Mengoni in 1877. With designer shops with such names as Versace, Prada and Luis Vuitton, it is definitely not a place to go if you are on a tight budget.

Milan Cathedral

A monumental building that took almost 600 years to complete, from 1386 to 1965, the Milan cathedral is located in the Piazza del Duomo, at the centre of the city. The building has a Gothic style with countless statues, towers and decorations on its front façade.

The interior is just as decorative, with a beautiful display of artwork, stained glass windows, and detailed statues. A trip to the city would be incomplete without a visit to this location.

Castello Sforzesco

A castle of the 15th century, Castello Sforzesco was created in 1370 and is nestled in extensive grounds and gardens. Even though it has been modified over the years, it hasn’t lost any of its original elegance and status. When viewed from the central courtyard, the size of the castle and guard towers is amazing, and asides the castle itself, visitors to the area can enjoy numerous small museums, and historical collections.

Piazza del Duomo

A great starting point for anyone touring the city, the Piazza del Duomo is the central Piazza in the city and features impressive sculptures and architecture. It also has a lovely view of the Duomo and surrounding buildings.

To the side of the square is the Royal palace, and there is also a host of bars, restaurants and high end shops where you can relax and shop to your hearts content.


Milan Cuisine​

Milanese dishes are known to be truly delish and satisfying. The kind of comfort food your body needs after a long day.

Be sure to try the golden Risotto alla Milanese made with saffron, or the Milanese style veal cutlets, called La cotoletta alla Milanese. There’s also the Milanese-Style Minestrone of zucchini, green peas and other vegetables. Not forgetting the Milanese Ravioli with a meat based filling. For dessert it is recommended to try the Panettone, which is a classic Milanese Christmas cake.

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