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Milan

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Milan Itineraries

Milan for Fashionistas

World's biggest Gothic Cathedral, the Last Supper and shopping for the Fashionista!

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As our Italy specialist Martha Bakerjian says, “Milan is known as the fashion capital of Italy but its historic center holds many interesting sights. Milan’s Duomo, or cathedral, is the world’s largest Gothic cathedral and Europe’s third largest church — be sure to go up to the roof for a close-up look at the hundreds of gargoyles and statues as well as great views of the city.

Da Vinci’s The Last Supper, in the Church of Santa Maria della Grazie, is one of Italy’s most famous art works but you’ll need to reserve tickets ahead as tickets to see it sell out quickly. La Scala Opera House, built in 1778, is one of Italy’s historic theaters. The city holds many cultural events and there’s a thriving nightlife scene.

Milan’s 15th century castle, Castello Sforzesco, has been turned into a museum complex. Michelangelo’s last sculpture, the Rondanini Pieta, is in the art museum. Other museums  include the Museum of Ancient Art, a musical instruments display, and the Archeology Museum’s Egyptian and prehistoric artifacts. The National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci is housed in a former monastery from the 16th century.

Of course Milan is a great place for shopping, from the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping arcade built in 1867 to boutique designer fashion shops in the Quadrilatero d’Oro or Golden Quadrangle and outlet bargain stores.” …

For more information on Milan, please visit www.turismo.milano.it. Until we find the perfect destination specialist (if that’s you, please contact us), we’ve sourced information from Milan Tourism.


What it Costs

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Prices often fluctuate depending on several factors including the season, exchange rate, changing prices, and deals. We don’t want to lead you astray by quoting exact prices that quickly become wrong. To give you a rough idea for budgetary planning purposes, though, we have indicated general price ranges for all points of interest.

Price ranges are quoted in €.

See & Do
N/A => Not applicable
Free
€ => Tickets less than €15 per person
€€ => Tickets €15- €30 per person
€€€ => Tickets €30 per person

Sleep — Out of town/rural

€ => Rooms less than €60 for a double
€€ => Rooms €60 – €100 for a double
€€€ => Rooms €100 for a double

Sleep — Large Cities
€ => Rooms less than €100 for a double
€€ => Rooms €100 – €150 for a double
€€€ => Rooms €150 for a double

Eat
€=> €5- €10 per person for a meal (without alcohol, tax, tip)
€€ => €10 – €25 per person for a meal (without alcohol, tax, tip)
€€€ => €25 per person for a meal (without alcohol, tax, tip)

Shop
N/A => Not applicable

Tours
€ => Tickets less than €25 per person
€€ => Tickets €25 – €50 per person
€€€ => Tickets €50 per person

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