Set in a 17-story tower, this hotel is 2 blocks from Milan's Main Central Station, and adjacent to Piazza Duca d'Aosta, from where coaches run to the airports and metros run to the Duomo in 15 minutes.
Located in the heart of Somma Lombardo, this hotel is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Volandia Museum of Flight and within 6 mi (10 km) of Castelnovate Ruins and Basilica di Saint Agnese. Castle Visconti San Vito and Novara Cathedral are also within 25 mi (40 km).
The sleek Sheraton Milan Malpensa Airport Hotel & Conference Center is directly in front of Terminal 1, and next to the Malpensa Express, a 50-minute train service to downtown Milan. From there it’s 4 stops on the metro to the Duomo Gothic cathedral, and a few more to Castello Sforzesco.
Located in Fiera Milano Rho, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Teatro Sala Fontana, Quanta Sport Village, and Metropoli. Niguarda Ca Granda Hospital and University of Milano-Bicocca are also within 3 mi (5 km).
This family-friendly Somma Lombardo hotel is located in Case Nuove, within 3 mi (5 km) of Volandia Museum of Flight and Castelnovate Ruins. Basilica di Saint Agnese and Castle Visconti San Vito are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Located in the center of Milan, this family-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Piazza Lima, Central Station of Milan, and Pirelli Tower. Corso Como and Teatro alla Scala are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Around the corner from the spectacular Duomo, this Central Milan hotel is surrounded by the city's principal shopping and dining areas.
The Milano Convention Centre is a work of art in itself with a roof designed to awe. Many of Milan's hotels are also located nearby, with the Rosa Hotel, Leonardo de Vinci Hotel, and the Palazzo Mezzanotte within a few blocks. The city is also home to one of Europe's largest tattoo convention: the Milan Tattoo Convention.
Milan is recognised as one of the best places in the world to grab a bite to eat, and the city's nearly 4,500 restaurants are inclined to agree. Those looking for the best can search out the Clandestino, the Cracco, or the Sadler for some of the world's best fine dining. Diners looking for more affordable fare are also sure to find it, as the city prides itself on good food.
While many of Milan's shops shut down in August, the city is one of the best places to find haute couture designs, as fashions literally go from the catwalks to the shops. Visitors can search designer shops like the Villa della Spiga, the Via Montenapeleone, and dozens more for haute coutre, or head to Brilla and corso di Porta Ticinese. Bargain hunters can head to Il Savagente for three floors of discounted designer fashions. A stop by the Galleria Vittorio Emanuel II, the world's shopping mall, is also a must.
Milan is a city of fashion, but there's a range of interesting and entertaining tourist activities at your disposal. Milan's luxury hotels offer pampering to visitors, while their stately castles offer grandeur. The Milan Cathedral is one of the most stunning in the world, while the Piazza del Duoma is an impressive place to start a tour of the city. Visitors can take a ride down the Navigli canals, visit the Biblioteca Ambrosiana, or any of a hundred other things while in the city.
Milan's San Siro Stadium is designed to awe, and football fans can go there to see the A.C. Milan and F.C. Internazionale Milano teams play. Boxing and Rugby matches are held in the stadium as well. Alternately, tourists can go swimming, play golf, or try dancing in any of Milan's many sports clubs.
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