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Welcome to Italy's fashion capital! Fashion may bring you to Milan but you will find so much more that makes you want to stay. Malpensa Airport (MXP) is the main gateway for travellers from the UK. It is also possible to book flights to Milan via Linate Airport (served by domestic airlines) and Orio al Serio Airport (served by Ryanair).
Looking for flights to Milan? Thanks to the continental climate, Milan is a mild city (more or less) year-round. Temperatures rarely dip below 10°C and summer temperatures hover around 18°C.
Flights to Milan from London take just short of 2h.
Culture seekers won't be disappointed when they book flights to Milan! Unlike most European cities, many of the tourist sights are scattered around the city, many are located on the outskirts making hiring a car in Milan essential for a city tour.
Duomo: Milan's most famous church is the Duomo, a massive Gothic cathedral decorated with literally thousands of statues. It is a symbol for the city and is one of the tallest cathedrals in the world. The exterior is decorated in Italian Gothic style. The interior has 5 naves, 2 sacristies and 52 pillars.
Da Vinci: Saint Mary of the Graces, another one of Milan's great churches, is where you'll find Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, The Last Supper. The painting is housed in the refectory of the convent and is a must-see while on holidays in Milan.
Shopping: Milan is a city that sets trends in the fashion world. For the fashionista travellers, there is no shortage of shopping in this Italian city. For new and trendy, head to the Brera District. It's full of boutiques, art galleries and coffee shops. Piazza del Duomo is of course a great place to shop in the city centre.
Find more information on Turismo.milano.it.
The choices for hotels in Milan are endless. Being one of the richest parts of Italy you'll find that hotels here are much more expensive than even Rome. It you head just outside the city limits, you'll find much cheaper lodgings.