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Speronari Suites offers accommodation in Milan's city centre. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi. Great safe location (minutes to the Duomo and shopping). Quiet, clean and friendly helpful staff.
Just 250 metres from Cairoli Metro, Hotel Milano Castello offers a garden and modern rooms with free WiFi. Piazza Castello is 450 metres from the property. This being our first time in Italy, we chose a smaller hotel with hopes that the staff at the...
Set a few steps from Milan Cathedral, Room Mate Giulia hotel offers rooms and suites a 10-minute walk from the Milan Fashion District. Gusts can enjoy free WiFi and a fitness centre with a sauna. Top location, modern design, good service
Hotel Lancaster is set in a central but tranquil area of Milan, just a 15-minute walk from the city centre. Each room is air conditioned and has a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Fabulous breakfast, helpful staff, excellent location, quiet with plenty of options for eating out...
This property offers a Special Protection Program, a strict program of precise safeguards dedicated to our guests and our staff. excellent location, amazing restaurant at the second fl.
Located on the banks of the Naviglio Grande canal, Maison Borella is in Milan’s Porta Ticinese quarter. great location and very comfortable.
Facing the entrance of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Park Hyatt Milano is set in the heart of the fashion district, 200 metres from the Cathedral and La Scala Theatre. Everything was excellent from the staff to the location. A+++.
Antica Locanda dei Mercanti provides a range of beautifully furnished rooms and suites 350 metres from Milan’s Castello Sforzesco. We absolutely loved the room and terrace. Beautiful and comfortable.
Offering rooms with modern décor, B&B Hotel Milano Cenisio Garibaldi is located in Milan, 5 minutes' drive from Porta Garibaldi Train Station. Everything was just perfect, grazie mille!
Located 250 metres form Milan's Navigli canals, Hotel La Vignetta offers clean and comfortable rooms with free WiFi access. The location, the rooms and the price are rare and good!
Only 50 metres from Piazza Della Repubblica, the Sempione is 10-minute walk from Milano Centrale Train Station. The hotel features an impressive Neoclassic façade and modern interiors. Excellent breakfast with staff on hand.
You will find simple rooms at reasonable rates at this 2-star hotel, set between Milan’s main railway station and historic centre. great hotel! good location and very friendly staff
Hotel Sant'Ambroeus is a few steps from Sant'Agostino Metro Stop, offering links throughout Milan. We liked everything in the hotel 🏨 ☺
A 10-minute walk from Milan Centrale Train Station, the Baviera Mokinba offers a central location close to the exclusive Via Montenapoleone shopping district. Repubblica Metro is 300 metres away. The location The bed The facilities
Offering free broadband WiFi throughout the property, B&B Hotel Milano Sant'Ambrogio offers pet-friendly accommodation in Milan. cozy and spacious room and bathroom, very fiendly staff, beautiful view from room and and even more...
Offering elegant air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, Hotel Regina boasts an ideal location 500 metres from Sant'Ambrogio Basilica. Milan Cathedral is a 10-minute walk away. Everything was great! Thank you!
Located in the historic centre of Milan, just a few steps from the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and Duomo, The Street Milano Duomo | a Design Boutique Hotel offers contemporary-style rooms, free WiFi... Everything was perfect, the manager and the staff were very caring to our need!
Hotel Gran Duca Di York is an artistic establishment in the heart of Milan, set in an 18th century historic palace with a display of period frescoes in the hall. perfect stay! very good location, very silence and clean room, staff are friendly, delicious food!!!
Just 150 metres from Piazza del Duomo and Milan Cathedral, Hotel Spadari features original artwork and modern comforts throughout. Rooms include free mineral water, air conditioning and free WiFi. I always stay in 5stars hotels, but I booked for Milan 1 day before and because il Salone del Mobile...
Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa - LHW is in the heart of Milan's fashion district. This luxurious hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with a balcony or terrace and a restaurant. The hotel just exceeds the expectations in all regards, located in the hearts of Milan close to all...
Located in Milan, within 800 metres of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore and 500 metres of Palazzo Reale, BB Hotels Smarthotel Duomo provides accommodation with free WiFi. Extremely close to city centre, easy check-in/ check-out. Clean, modern and comfortable room.
The 4-star Hotel Manzoni is located in the fashionable shopping area of Via Montenapoleone, is a 15-minute walk from the the Sforzesco Castle. beautiful hotel and decoration, great location and extremely helpful staff
Ideally situated in the Milan City Centre district of Milan, B&B Hotel Milano City Center Duomo is situated 500 metres from The Last Supper, 600 metres from San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore and 600... Great location, very helpful staff, clean rooms, good breakfast
Bulgari Hotel Milano is probably the most refined and exclusive establishment in Milan, a boutique property adjacent to the most important shopping street, Via Montenapoleone. Amazing building, decoration and garden.
Viewing the masterpiece is a main reason for many to visit Milan so plan well in advance. Ticket bookings on the official site opens months in advance so you would need to check when the bookings open as the slots get booked very quickly once it opens. If you don't find tickets on the website, there are quite a few tour operators who offer tickets and guided tour (but obviously comes at a hefty premium) You need to arrive on time as tickets need to be collected, bags kept in free lockers and be ready with the group to get in as soon as your time slot arrives. The actual viewing is for 15 minutes, so spend some time reading up on the history of 'Last Supper' beforehand as that helps to admire the painting. Watch the painting from different positions and angles and once you exit, go through the various panels depicting the pain staking restoration work which has taken place
Dare I say, a little overrated and underwhelming... It might be because the staff herd you in and out like cattle and you only get 10 minutes inside the room to look at everything, plus the museum was closed without a ticket discount, which is a little frustrating. Anyway, it's a nice building and surroundings too, not quite in the centre so you can see a small part of a different area of the city.
Worth all the hassle of getting a ticket. Can’t wait to compare with the (almost) contemporary copy at the Royal Academy in London which has all the feet, that were cut out at a later date in order to put in a door! Apparently, the position of Jesus’ feet in the fresco were a portent of his crucifixion. Such a shame Leonardo did not observe the proper techniques for painting a fresco, leading to its poor condition, unlike his near contemporary who painted the opposite wall. Fascinating display showing how the Milanesi protected it from bombing raids in the World War II.
Booked a walking tour which also included the Sforzo Castle and the Duomo. Our guide did a great job explaining the many symbolisms used by da Vinci, as well as the history - other groups after ours just rushed on out and obviously missed out on getting as rich an experience as we received!
It was incredible. One tip for people visiting... is that you CAN take your cameras in with you. This was not clear, so we ended up leaving ours in our locker. Turns out that you can take pictures, only if you do not use the flash light.
Book well in advance! Only guided tours at set times are allowed through to see the The Last Supper. It was booked out two weeks ahead of time when I arrived and was unaware you couldn't get tickets on the day. I was lucky enough to find a tour guide on the way in with their group who had a spare ticket so I bought it off her and tagged along with her group. No one else seemed to be that lucky and I had to leave my friend behind.