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Holidays To Milan

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A virtual paradise of shopping, opera, nightlife and of course football, Milan by far is Italy’s most vibrant city. Aptly referred to as ‘New Italy’, Milan encompasses it all which is why all-inclusive holidays to Milan from Travel Center are just too good to be missed. Milan is home to one of the world’s largest Gothic Cathedrals the Duomo. The city also boasts fine art galleries showcasing master-pieces from around the world. A haven for Renaissance fans the Santa Maria alle Grazia Basilica displaying Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper is located in Milan. A melting pot of art, culture and modernist architecture the city also has an old-fashioned romantic side to it. Discover little cafes tucked away in street corners, lovers holding hands and cyclist enjoying slow lazy commutes across the city. Sunny-days see temperatures soar, which is when the city is ideal for exploring on foot, enjoying an ice cream and indulging on fine Italian cuisine. In Milan grand castles, museums and hidden treasures are intermingled with highend fashion stores. Dress-up and savour exclusive Milan, for nothing beats a night at the chic clubs and glamorous casinos. All this and more is yours to enjoy courtesy Travel Center, simply book the all-inclusive holiday packages encompassing cheap flights, budget accommodation and flexible booking options. Experience the best of Milan!

Milan to Swiss Alps with Scenic train ride
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Milan, Lake Garda and Venice
An unforgettable trip to Italy's watery wonderlands of Lake Garda and Venice, with a chic Milan break

6 nights from £429 pp

Rome, Florence, Milan & Venice
Explore 4 main Italian cities with hotel stay, train transfers, Flight and More

8 nights from £449 pp


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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +1:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, EasyJet, Ryanair, Alitalia, Flybe



Best Time to Travel

July to September

Modes of Transport

Car, Motorcycle, Bicycle

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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The city’s creativity and ambition is perfectly reflected in this 600 year old Gothic cathedral made of Candoglia marble. With 135 spires and 3400 statues It’s exterior is definetly an awe inspiring sight. The interior is no less with stained glass windows and a crypt with a rock crystal casket. The contruction began in 1386 but after many centuries and changes the final touches were finally applied in the 1960’s.

Museo Del Novecento

With its amazing views this is now used as Milan’s museum of 20th century art. It is built around a spiral ramp and the lower floors are quite cramped but it is hardly noticed because of all the beautiful art collections such as Umberto Boccioni, Campigli, De Chirico and Marinetti. The rooms are chronologically arranged exhibiting the various art forms such as abstractionism, surrealism and spatialism.

Teatro Alla Scala

This grand theatre which could seat 2800 was built in 1778 as a replacement for the older one that burnt down in a fire after a carnival gala. When rehearsals are not conducted you can stand in boxes 13, 15 and 18 for a perfect view of the largest theatre in Europe. It’s museum exhibits harlequin costumes from centuries of Milanese musical theatre.

Castello Sforzesco

This red brick castle was originally a Visconti fortress which was the home of the Sforza dynasty who ruled renaissance Milan. It’s defences were designed by Da Vinci and it’s moat and drawbridges were drained and removed by Napolean. It’s seven specialized musuem’s hold intriguing fragments of Milan’s cultural and civic history.

Triennale Di Milano

This exhibition space has been in operation since 1923 to promote interest in Italian design and applied arts. It has championed design in all its forms since then. International exhibits have now also been added to the program and one of it’s exhibits that can be found here is the Fountain of Baths by De Chirico from 1973.

Museo Poldi Pezzoli

Gian Giacomo Poldi Pezzoli was inspired by what is in the present day London’s V & A and came up with the idea of transforming his apartments into themed rooms based on the great art periods such as Middle Ages, Rennaissance and Baroque. Today this is Museo Poldi Pezzoli crammed with exquisite works of art.

Parco Sempione

This park is located behind the Castello Sforzesco and was the preserve that the Sforza dukes used for hunting. Later on Napolean did landscaping here, the French planted orchards and was finally made a public park in 1891 and even today it is an extremely popular spot with its winding paths and ornamental ponds.

Santa Maria Delle Grazie

This church whose name translates to Holy Mary of Grace is the home of the famous 15th Century painting by Leonardo Da Vinci, The Last Supper. It has been listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites list. The church was completed in 1490 by architect Guiniforte Solari. Much of the churches refrectory was destroyed in 1943 during Worl War II due to bombs being dropped by British and American planes. Some walls survived including the one that holds the Last Supper.

Basilica di Sant Ambrogio

This church is considered one of the most ancient in Milan and was built by St. Ambrose in between 379 – 386 AD. Many martyrs of the Roman persecution have been buried here and it was first called Basilica Martyrum. It was also damaged during the World War II bombings of 1943.

La Scala Opera

This opera house was inaugurated on 3rd August 1778 and was originally named the New Royal Ducal Theatre alla Scala. Italy’s greatest opera singers and many other famous artists from around the world have performed here during the past 200 years. It is one of the leading opera and ballet theatres in the world.