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Experience an unforgettably beautiful holiday in a comfortable holiday apartment in Milan. In addition to cultural highlights and a multitude of museums, the metropolis impresses its visitors with an attractive range of entertainment and shopping.
Things to know about Milan
Fantastic holiday in a first class holiday apartment in Milan
The Italian fashion capital is located in the north of Italy in the Lombardy region, in the north-western Po Valley. Milan is the largest traffic junction in Italy and can be easily reached by train as well as by car. But the Metropol with its three airports is also very well connected by plane. A day trip to the city of Turin, which can be reached by bus in less than an hour, is also always worthwhile. Those who prefer to stay in the capital of Lombardy will be offered a lot of art and culture. That has its price, of course. This is why Italy's second largest city offers its tourists the MilanoCard.
This card gives you a variety of discounts for visits to museums and restaurants or on public transport. So while learning about the multi-faceted metropolis, you can also do something good for your wallet. In the evening you should visit one of the many bars with live music in Milan and take advantage of the Happy Hour, which starts at 6 pm. In keeping with Italian tradition, you can end the evening with a cosy dinner with pasta and pizza or go to one of the numerous clubs and party until the early hours of the morning.
Apartments in Milan - A city with many facets.
Whether as a single traveller, in a cosy togetherness or as a family with children - get to know the exciting metropolis, the numerous sights and the historically significant buildings and art treasures of Milan. On the charming squares and promenades of the Italian cultural city you can enjoy the Mediterranean ambience and the lightness of being. In cozy cafés and restaurants you can
Taste the regional specialities of Milan and let yourself be pampered by original Italian pasta, tortellini or pizza. Milan's landmarks include the Milan Cathedral and the magnificent Santa Maria delle Grazie monastery, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Milan is home to famous fashion houses such as Gucci, Valentino, Prada, Versace and Armani.
Milan's Scala offers 2,800 seats for opera fans.
Travel tips and leisure activities for Milan - Art, Culture, Fashion and Dolce Vita
1 Anyone who takes a holiday in a cheap holiday apartment in Milan benefits from a varied leisure and entertainment programme. So you should definitely visit the majestic Milan Cathedral. After St. Peter's and the beautiful cathedral of Seville, the cathedral is the third largest church in the world with a length of 157 metres and a width of 109 metres. The imposing building was erected in 1386 on the ruins of a Roman temple and displays more than 4,000 statues inside.
Another cultural highlight is the beautiful 15th century monastery of Santa Maria dell Grazie. Here the renowned painter Leonardo da Vinci created his world-famous "Last Supper", which you can admire in the monastery. In addition, a visit to the Castello Sforzesco on your sightseeing program is a must. This breathtaking Renaissance building now houses the University of Milan. On a stroll through Milan, discover other interesting photo motifs, such as the monumental triumphal arch in front of the entrance to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the world-famous opera house "Teatro alla Scala" built in 1778, the remains of the historic city wall, the huge main railway station or the Velasca high-rise.
3. Art lovers will get their money's worth in numerous museums. The Pinacoteca di Brera in the baroque Palazzo Brera is considered the most important gallery in Milan. Here you can admire an important collection of paintings, mostly by Lombard artists. In the Castello Sforzesco you will also find the largest museum complex in Milan with a total of nine museums and art galleries.
Four times a year the world-famous Milan Fashion Week takes place in Milan. Every year in January and June you can experience the Milano Moda Uomo for men's fashion and in February and September the Milano Moda Donna for women. But also in the rest of the year you can profit from a multitude of boutiques and fashion shops on an extensive shopping tour.
5. You will experience the typical Dolce Vita in the evening hours on the beautiful squares and boulevards of Milan. Whether in a café or a bar - enjoy the exciting nightlife of Milan and leave the stress of everyday life behind you.
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FAQ: Frequently asked questions about vacation rentals in Milan
Milan is one of the cities in Italy, which is the most expensive. The costs for a vacation rental here amounts to about $182.93 per night.During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Milan?
According to our data from the previous year, the months that hurt your pocket the least in Milan are March, August and June, with average prices from $157.45, $159.87, and $169.9, respectively.When does the price of vacation rentals in Milan go up the most?
At the time of booking a vacation rental in Milan, the highest prices are found in the month of April (with an average of $293.08 per night), followed by September ($189.65), and October ($183.15).Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Milan?
If you decide to put Milan on your bucket list, we recommend organizing your visit long before you go because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average of 72% of rentals booked in the year 2019.What time of the year can I find more free vacation rentals?
In 2019, the months with the most vacation rentals available of the year in Milan were March, April and July, with average availabilities of 39%, 38.75%, and 38.5%, respectively.When are fewer rentals available?
According to data from 2019, the months with the fewest housing options available in Milan are, in order, October (with 15.25% of available rentals), September (18%), and November (20.2%).How many rentals are there in Milan?
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