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A deeply indulgent destination, Milan is a city that oozes style and glamour, is filled with fabulous shopping and dining options, and is overflowing with an exciting history and a colourful culture. Best known for the unique styles that grace the stage during the multiple Fashion Weeks, this location has plenty of other things to offer, such as the Casa Museo Boschi-Di Stefano, the Orto Botanico, and the San Siro Stadium. Cheap flights to Milan are easy to find, provided you either book in advance, or stay clear of the city during major events.
Best time to go to Milan
Milan's peak season begins in June and ends in early September. These months are warm and beautiful, but also exceedingly crowded. The influx of tourists is no surprise, as this season is great for indulging in one of the many outdoor activities, such as viewing the city from the Branca Tower, cruising through Lake Como, or exploring the Giardini Pubblici.
Finding inexpensive flights to Milan gets easier from April to May, and late September to October. Flights at this time of the year mean will find the crowds are thinner and the climate is stunning. Because of this, these months are great for visiting some of the more popular spots, like Piazza Duomo, the Teatro alla Scala, and Corso Vittorio Emanuelle II.
The lack of tourism from November through May makes finding cheap flights easier, as many locals are also away on holiday, finding inexpensive accommodation is considerably harder. If you find a good deal on a hotel, grab it quick, as the cool climate makes this a great time to visit such indoor attractions as the Saint Ambrose church, and the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology.
Milan Airport and Transfer Information
Milano Malpensa Airport (MXP) Distance: 6km to downtown Milan Taxis and car rentals are the most convenient methods of ground transport; however, they can be expensive. A cheaper option is the local bus service, though this can take up to an hour to arrive in the city. Alternatively, you can take a train, but this option may not be as dependable as others.
Online resources for your travel to Milanhttp://www.visitamilano.it/turismo_en/
The Milan Department of Tourism website provides information on travel agents, plus details on attractions, and handy itineraries.
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