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Tips for accommodation in Milan. How to choose the location of the hotel?
If you come to Milan and you are interested, first of all, in its sights, then it is best for you to stay in the city center. For example, an area called Centro Storico is perfect - it is here that all the main attractions of the city are located. But, it should be noted that this area is also the most expensive in Milan.
Bohemian tourists who love contemporary art can choose Brera Street. There are many antique shops, shops for artists, galleries, etc.
If you are in a hurry to Milan in order to hang out and have fun, then Porta Venezia is the area for you. Here you will find many bars and other places of entertainment where young people hang out. And for fashionistas, this area is perfect, because there is a whole shopping avenue called Corso Buenos Aires. There are many shops where you can buy clothes of various well-known brands, including those with a worldwide reputation.
The Navigli area is ideal for those who love nightlife, while the Porta Nuovo area is good for families with children.
Selection of tours
Milan is the second largest city in Italy, located in a region called Lombardy. Consists of nine districts. Milan is known to the world as a city where all fashion trends are born and progress.
There is an opinion that it is best to go to Milan in the spring, because during this period the air temperature here is ideal for walking - there is no extreme heat, it is not stuffy, and there are not a lot of tourists. The summer period is the peak of the tourist season, and the air temperature reaches +29 degrees Celsius.
Many people come to Milan in the autumn, when it is still quite warm here, and there are not so many tourists on the street. Milan is not very popular with travelers in winter, but we would recommend that you come here for the Christmas holidays.
Speaking about what to do for a tourist in Milan, of course, first of all, you need to talk about a great many shops that sell fashion items, hits of the season, etc., but in addition to this, there are also historical sights in the city that are of genuine interest those who come here.
Sights that we would recommend you to see in Milan: Duomo di Milano Cathedral, Sforcesco Castle, Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology, Brera Gallery, Ambrosiana Gallery, Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Opera House "La Rock”, a monument to the middle finger (why not).
Milan is also famous for its restaurants, where you can taste both traditional dishes and non-traditional ones. We recommend that you look into some Milanese restaurant and be sure to try panzerotti - a closed pizza, as visitors often call this dish, and which is a kind of culinary symbol of Milan. Indulge in locally prepared ice cream - it is presented here in no less than fifty different varieties.
How to get there?
The most convenient airports for departure are Chisinau and Iasi.
Wizz Air, FlyOne and Air Moldova fly from Chisinau to Milan.
You can also fly to Milan from Iasi using a Wizz Air flight.
Travel time - 2.5 hours.
The ticket price during promotions can drop to 9€ one way! More information about this can be found in our search engine.
Transfer from the airport to the hotel can be done using the shuttle bus. This is very convenient as the shuttle will take you as close as possible to the hotel. The cost of the service is 35€ per person round trip.
In addition to this region, we will help you find other most profitable transfers in Milan. Detailed advice on these issues can be obtained from our managers.
From the airports of Bergamo and Malpensa to the center of Milan can be reached by buses Terravision, Autostradale, FlixBus, etc.
You can take the bus at the bus stop, which is located immediately at the exit from Bergamo Airport.
It takes about an hour to get to the city center, the ticket price is about 8-10 euros.