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Milan Holiday Apartments

Holiday rentals from 28€/night

Independent apartment for solo travelers with heat and internet
Amenities 1 Amenities 1 Amenities 13m2

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Homey apartment for two people
Amenities 2 Amenities 1 Amenities 13m2

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Home with wifi in Milan.
Amenities 2 Amenities 1 Amenities 22m2

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Dog friendly place in Milan with heating and internet
Amenities 1 Amenities 1 Amenities 8m2

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Apartment with wifi with terrace.
Amenities 2 Amenities 1 Amenities 88m2

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Apartment with terrace. For 2 people
Amenities 2 Amenities 1 Amenities 13m2

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Place with wifi. 120m2!
Amenities 5 Amenities 2 Amenities 120m2

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In Milan with terrace and wifi
Amenities 4 Amenities 1 Amenities 25m2

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Apartment for two people with terrace
Amenities 2 Amenities 1 Amenities 15m2

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Clothes, shops and the Duomo

There’s no building more famous in Milan than the impressive Duomo. But there’s for sure other attractions to be amazed by: The Scalla Theater, the Sforzesco Castle or even the shopping windows at Quadrilatero d’Oro are already worth the visit. Milan will delight you with a delicious panzerotto while walking to attend a local football match in San Siro. Milan... oh!

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Standing away from Italian icons, Milan is not just about a week of fashion...

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A bull, a cathedral and Venice-style channels

A bull, a cathedral and Venice-style channels

If you plan to be in the middle of it all, then look up for Zone 1. The Scalla Theatre, Vittorio Emanuele Gallery and the famous Quadrilatero d’Oro are there to see, walk and shop around.The center of Milan is also a great option if you plan to take the most out of a weekend or a short holiday. Dream along the channels, twist around the Vittorio Emanuel bull and discover a city which is much more than a Fashion Week.

Wake up and climb the Duomo to see what’s on the ground. 15 minutes -no more allowed- to enjoy the Last Dinner, and a well-earnt panzerorro in Luini. Apperitif, an osobuco and a relaxed walk in Park Sempioni. About shopping, football and other sins, it’s for you to choose!

The city where teams share a stadium

The city where teams share a stadium

Milan is the Old Town, Citta Studi and Porta Garibaldi. The center, zone 1, hosts the famous Duomo Cathedral and the Brera Pinacotheque. There might not be as much to see as in Rome or Florence, but Milan is number one in glamour (and few more things). And yes, there's also cheap stuff.

If you’re in search for emotions, choose between Inter or AC Milan and enjoy a real football match (even better if you make it inside San Siro). And, whatever it takes, remember to walk around the testicles of the bull… if you are not sure, just ask around once inside Vittorio Emanuele Gallery. Doing so, they say, brings lots of good luck.


From Milan to the end… of Italy!

From Milan to the end… of Italy!

Milan is not too close to the classic Italian attractions, However, there are lovely trips close-by. Mountains, lakes and postcard towns are just around the corner!

Andiamo!!!

Bergamo: not only one of the closest airports, also a Medieval city very close to Milan.

Como Lake: beautiful landscapes for you to see and photograph.

Pavia: an old monastery is its most famous highlight.

Lugano: cross the border to 100% natural Switzerland.

Tie your shoes, you’re in fashion land

You don’t need to walk like a top model even if you are in Milan. Even if the city is a great host for fashion and its popular fashion Week, Milan hides more than high heels. As Leonardo da Vinci about his Last Dinner, for instance. Some rest for a hectic city, not bad at all!

Enjoy the views from the top of Duomo, fill your stomach while having an appetizer next to the channels… Milan means first class art, first class shops and the famous Last Dinner, by Leonardo da Vinci. If you find the time to visit Milan, you’ll be surprised by postcards far from the well-known Toscana landscapes or roman ruins from the Italian capital city.