Up-coming events in Milan 2017 ALL YEAR Opera & Ballet at La Scala Opera House Milano Football Shopping Sight seeing Museums Cinema (showings in English) ONCE A MONTH SUNDAY MARKETS 29 Jan – Mercatone dell’Antiquariato (Antiques) 26 Feb – Mercatone… Continue Reading
Re-development of Milan’s Expo area Milanese architect Andrea Langhi has an idea: “Let’s create Italy’s largest entertainment district” Photo above: Rendering of a potential Buddha Bar Discos, clubs, casinos, restaurants, but also museums, exhibitions and recreational activities. One location for the… Continue Reading
19 March 2017 Thousands of runners are expected to participate in the Stramilano, the famous Milanese marathon. It offers three separate routes of different lengths and degrees of difficulty: the “Stramilano agonistica internazionale”, an international competitive half-marathon of just over… Continue Reading
The new music video Ginevra by Italian DJ, Wlady was filmed in Milan at the newly developed building complex Porta Nuova in Piazza Gae Aulenti, near the Garibaldi train station. The new skyscrapers make up the new skyline of Milan.… Continue Reading
Get to Know Milan in 30 seconds Milan is a large city but the architectural jewels are in the center of town and if you are short on time, you can see Milan in a day. Milan is a very ‘walkable’… Continue Reading
Display mannequin design, La Rosa launches new collections La Rosa has been a leading player in the fashion industry since 1922, creating ever changing looks to set its own styles and trends in display mannequin design, establishing an excellent reputation… Continue Reading
Fashion can be studied anywhere in the world, but wouldn’t you like to study in the capital of fashion? Milan, Paris, London and New York are the hubs of the fashion scene and you shouldn’t go back to your home city… Continue Reading
4 March 2017 Carnival in Milan 2017 This year Carnevale di Milano will be celebrated 4 March 2017 Carnival in Milan follows the Ambrosian rite and is celebrated one week after Carnival in Venice (Feb 25, 2017 -festivities beginning as early… Continue Reading
Travel Guide to Milan – what you must see on your visit to Milan. Shopping, Duomo cathedral, Sforza Castle, Last Supper by Da Vinci, Royal Palace, Central Station, and more… If you are visiting Milan, you probably already have a… Continue Reading
Walking out of Central Station Milan from under the domineering gallery of this overwhelming building, a large spacious plaza opens to the boulevard heading into the center of town. In the plaza in front of Central Station Milan, there is… Continue Reading
Non ci sono problemi – No problem! With my right foot still on the pavement, the estate agent’s car was already pulling away. My reaction was fast: I pulled both legs inside and slammed the car door, averting an accident.… Continue Reading
You’ve only got one day to visit Milan – here is a guide on how to best spend your time. You can follow this D.I.Y. tour, or book a 3 hour tour with a guide. Morning Start the day at Bar Magenta… Continue Reading
2016-2017 – Ski Season – If you are a winter sports enthusiast, Milan is a very strategic location for weekend getaways for skiing and snowboarding in Italy. Milan is located at the base of the Alps. You can even see… Continue Reading
Here’s what commuters say about commuting to Milan from it’s hinterland (suburbs, surrounding areas). See what Milanostyle.com has found out about commuters to Milan. Is commuting one of life’s burdens or a lifestyle choice? Whether it be London, San Francisco, or Tokyo,… Continue Reading
Fill your day with art, and see Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” in Milan with a skip-the-line ticket. The biblical scene painting has become one of the world’s most famous pieces of art. So skip past the long lines of people waiting to see it, and head straight inside for an up-close look at the masterpiece itself. From a knowledgeable guide, learn about Leonardo and the Renaissance, and take in the splendor of its setting, a Dominican convent near the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Church of Santa Maria dell Grazie.
Already exhausted the shops of Milan and want a change of scenery? Take an easy trip across the Italian border into Switzerland for a day of shopping at the famous FoxTown outlets. Shop till you drop at more than 130 stores, with discounts of up to 70% off the recommended retail price. Enjoy convenient, comfortable round-trip transport by coach on your independent shopping tour to the FoxTown Factory Stores in Mendrisio from central Milan.
Shop and save till you drop on this day trip to the Serravalle Designer Outlet from Milan, with round-trip transfers. On arrival at Italy’s largest designer outlet, browse the nearly 200 stores and enjoy up to 70% off brands such as Calvin Klein, Bulgari, Nike and more, along with an additional 10% discount at select stores. For more benefits, upgrade to the VIP Shopping Pass and, as well as the 10% discount, enjoy fast-track coach boarding and a 10 euro lunch voucher. Choose from three departure times and durations to suit your schedule.
Enjoy 4 days and 3 nights Italian lakes departing from Milan. You’ll have the chance to discover the most important lakes of the northern Italy: the small Lake Orta, the refined Lake Maggiore, the luxurious Lake Como, the amazing Lake Garda, the picturesque Lake Iseo.
All hotels are located in the heart of the cities, you will enjoy trips by boat on the main lakes and visits of beautiful towns such as Como, Bergamo and Verona. Breakfast is included.
There is more to do in Milan, than gaze at models with chiselled cheekbones, in well-tailored suits.
Explore ancient Milan, and experience the artistry and craftsmanship that is still alive and well today. Visit different workshops, get demonstrations and enjoy the creation of beautiful art.
One of Italy’s most beautiful natural spectacles is just 90 km from Milan. It’s called the Orrido di Bellano. A natural waterfall and gorge carved into the rocky mountainside of the pre-alps in the city of Bellano on Lake Como. It is said to be in the making… Continue Reading