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Explore Milan: top hotel districts
Whatever kind of holiday you’re planning, Milan will have something to suit you: stroll and shop in the boutiques of the Brera district, explore Navigli‘s art galleries or spend a relaxing afternoon in the city’s gardens.
I love strolling in this picturesque neighborhood, which is located right behind the Opera house. It’s ideal for boutique shopping and offers lots of cozy cafes to relax in afterwards! And the Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan’s best art museum, is also located here. View hotels.
Navigli canal district
Filled with art studios and little galleries, this canal district is particularly famous for its nightlife, offering wine-bars, happy hours and live music. View hotels.
Via Marghera/via Belfiore/corso Vercelli
Distinguished by its elegance and stunning residential architecture, this is in one of Milan's nicest areas. An alternative location for upmarket shopping, it’s lined with high-end boutiques and excellent ice cream shops. View hotels.
Giardini Pubblici/Public Gardens (City Centre)
After a hefty round of shopping in the bustling Corso Buenos Aires, take refuge in this beautiful park and admire its impressive fountains and carefully manicured lawns. View hotels.
This traffic-free nightlife hotspot features dance clubs, the Smeraldo theater, fashionable bars and concept stores. Try a special Martini cocktail in 10 Corso Como’s shady courtyard. View hotels.
A Capital of Design and Style
Renowned as the world’s fashion and design capital, Milan is never short on places to see and things to experience. The stunning architecture of the Duomo di Milano and the famous La Scala theatre are just a few of the city’s breath-taking attractions. For a more intimate adventure, the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie with Leonardo da Vinci's “Last Supper” lets you view a masterpiece from Italy’s past.
Visit the FieraMilano and Salone del Mobile, among the world’s largest and most prestigious furniture and design fairs or have a stroll in the Quadrilatero Della Moda district to admire unique creations from the most famous Italian fashion brands: Gucci, Versace, Armani, Prada or Dolce & Gabbana.
The Navigli and Porta Romana districts are famed for restaurants and bars serving delicious Lombard cuisine and the very popular aperitivo. Make sure you try sweet delicacies at the chic Caffé Cova, founded in 1817, or another historical café, Zucca, in the Galleria.
Arriving at Malpensa or Linate Airports, you’re only a short trip from the city centre, where you can watch a game at the San Siro or enjoy Milan Fashion Week. Whether you’re staying in a chic apartment, design hotel or budget hostel, Booking.com has a perfect place to stay for your travels in Milan.