Things to do in Milan | With attractions such as the Milan Cathedral, this city attracts both fashion and culture enthusiasts.
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JAN - JUN
16°C / 7°C
JUL - DEC
20°C / 11°C
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Shop at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Explore the Brera District, Aperitivo at Fonderie Milanesi, Attending an event at San Siro Stadium, Watch opera at Teatro Alla Scala, Book time at Biblioteca Nazionale Braidense, Plan a day cruise at Navigli, Embrace the unique culture of aperitivo in Navigli.
The ATM, Milan's efficient (and inexpensive) public transportation system, is the best way to get around. This subway, bus, and tram system is extensive and inexpensive. Metered taxis are another viable option, though they can be costly if used as your sole mode of transportation.
To visit Italy, you will need a short-term visa that is valid for 90 days. The Schengen visa is another name for this type of short-term visa. As you may know, the Schengen visa is valid in all European countries that have signed the Schengen agreement. Italy is a member of the Schengen agreement.
2 days is our recommendation for Milan. 2 full days are sufficient to explore the MAIN attractions and enjoy a relaxed time in Milan without feeling rushed. Of course, the more time you have, the better.
Summers in Milan are hot and humid, winters are bitterly cold, and it is partly cloudy all year. Throughout the year, the temperature typically ranges from -1°C to 29°C, with temperatures rarely falling below -5°C or rising above 33°C.
Explore the Duomo Inside and Out, Stroll Through Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Take in the Cafe Culture, Experience the Different Milan Neighborhoods, Visit the Sforzesco Castle, Marvel at Milan's Museums, Enjoy Aperitivo at the Navigli Canals, Eat, Eat, and Eat Some More.
Milan's eternal monuments and romantic activities make it ideal for couples. Enjoy nature's splendor on the Duomo terraces. Couples are frequently seen here watching sunsets. Alternatively, you can learn about the culture by attending a ballet performance at Teatro Alla Scala. Also, while strolling around the exotic surroundings, enjoy the tranquillity of Giardino di Villa Reale.
As of today, some of the most popular dishes are actually the humblest, such as the Risotto alla Milanese, Pan-Fried Milanese Risotto, Milanese-Style Veal Cutlets (La cotoletta alla milanese) - A Milanese dish made with veal cutlets (or scaloppini) & prosciutto in a zesty lemon-parsley sauce, Ossobuco, Stewed Veal Shanks in Meat Sauce and Artusi's Cotoletta alla Milanese.