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Reviewed on 14 Sep,2020
Where to stay in Milan
4/5Very Good!(16 area reviews)
There’s no better place to enjoy the iconic Milanese shopping experience than in this sumptuous district, long frequented by the rich, famous and fashionable.
4/5Very Good!(15 area reviews)
Parks and buildings imbued with Milanese history are dotted through this busy neighborhood, just waiting for you to discover them.
3.5/5Good!(14 area reviews)
Formerly an industrial area, the birthplace of Italian cinema has become increasingly trendy, with eclectic museums, varied shops and art galleries.
Imagine any kind of Asian food or trinket and you can probably find it in one of the shops in this district, the oldest and largest Chinatown in Italy.
History buffs will enjoy exploring Milan, and visitors give high marks for the cathedral, fascinating museums and renowned art. This city also attracts tourists with its architecture, theatres and shopping. Top sights in the city include Pinacoteca di Brera, Teatro alla Scala and Castello Sforzesco.
- There are 2431 hotels and other accommodation options in Milan
- The closest major airport is in Milan (LIN-Linate), 4.6 mi (7.4 km) from the city centre
- The next closest is in Milan (MXP-Malpensa Intl.), 25.3 mi (40.7 km) away
Getting around Milan
With so many choices for transport, seeing Milan is simple. You can access metro transport at Lanza Station, Cairoli Station and Montenapoleone Station. If you want to journey outside of the city, hop aboard a train from Milan Cadorna Nord Station, Milan Porta Garibaldi Station or Milan Central Station.
Dressing for Milan
- Between January and March, you can expect average temperatures of 16°C during the day and 0°C at night
- From April to June, the average during the day is 27°C, whilst the average at night is 8°C
- July to September has daytime averages of 29°C with night-time averages of 13°C
- Between October and December, you can expect daytime averages of 20°C and nighttime averages of 1°C
- Milan gets about 1027 millimetres of rain per year
- Usually July and August are the hottest months with an average of 27°C, whereas January and December are often coldest, averaging 1°C