Milan is the capital city of Lombardy in the northern part of Italy. A historical city dating back to 600 BCE, it is one of the most prosperous commercial hubs in Italy and is also considered to be one of the important fashion capitals of the world. Places to Visit and Things to Do
- The Historic Centre, also known as Centro Storico, comprises of the finest iconic landmarks in Milan. The Milan Duomo is a 14th century cathedral built in the style of Gothic architecture and is considered to be the 5th largest church in the world. Some of the best 5-star hotels in Milan are around the Historic Centre.
- The National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci and the Santa Maria Delle Grazie are close to some of the 5-star and 3-star hotels around the Historic Centre. Some of the best resorts in Milan are also near to the Centro Storico.
- Porta Vittoria has a large number of shopping malls nearby, and is also close to the Corso Buenos Aires, which is considered to be the biggest shopping district in Milan. It also has the largest number of clothing stores in Europe. There are plenty of 3-star and budget hotels around Porta Vittoria.Some of these hotels are also near to the high-end shopping street, Via Monte Napoleone.
- The Raj Ristorante Indiano and Rangoli Indian Restaurant are some of the cheap Indian/veg-friendly restaurants in Milan that serve mattar paneer, sarson ka saag, and saag aloo, among others. On the other hand, affordable dine-outs such as the Antica Hostaria Della Lanterna and Tratorria Masuelli serve the most popular food in Milan, known as the ossobucoand polenta.
There are plenty of budget hotels near
. These hotels offer free Wi-Fi and airport shuttle services.