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Art Hotel Navigli Star Rating 4        
Via Angelo Fumagalli, 4

Within a block of the Naviglio Grande canal, this traditional hotel is filled with modern artwork. It's a 5-minute walk from Porta Genova metro/train station and a 12-minute metro ride from Milan Cathedral.Featuring free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, the modest rooms also offer minibars, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
The Luxury Milano B&B Star Rating 1        
Via Plinio 3

Within a block of Lima metro station and the fashion stores of Corso Buenos Aires, this stylish hotel dates from the early 20th century. It's 2.6 km from Milan Cathedral.
Best Western Hotel Atlantic Star Rating 4        
Via Napo Torriani 24

Within a 4-minute walk of Milano Centrale railway station and the Milan Metro, this contemporary hotel is a 10-minute metro ride from the Duomo di Milano cathedral.Sleek rooms with wooden floors provide free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with premium channels, plus minibars, safes and air-conditioning. Suites feature Nespresso coffeemakers and Jacuzzi tubs.
Hotel Trieste Milan Star Rating 2        
Via Marco Polo,13

Within 5 minutes' walk of 4 tram stations, this basic townhouse-style hotel is 3 km from the 15th-century Sforza Castle and 4 km from Santa Maria della Grazie, the Renaissance-era church that houses Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper.The down-to-earth rooms have satellite TV and minibars.Complimentary breakfast is served in the casual dining room.
Casa Titta Bed & Breakfast        
Via Giulio Belinzaghi 21

Within 4 minutes' walk of the nearest tram and metro stations, this low-key B&B is 3.2 km from the medieval Sforza Castle and 4.2 km from Milan Cathedral.
Klima Hotel Milano Fiere Star Rating 4        
Via Venezia Giulia, 8

With a front wall built of solar panels, this chic, green-certified hotel is 1.9 km from Milano Certosa train station, 5 km from the Fiera Milano exhibition hall and 12 km from Milan Cathedral.Posh rooms with ecological furniture and marble bathrooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minibars and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Town House 31 Star Rating 4        
Via Goldoni 31

This urban-chic hotel is a 5-minute walk from Milano Dateo train station and 2.1 km from La Scala opera house.The warm, understated rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, minibars, and tea and coffeemakers.
Wagner Hotel Star Rating 4        
via Buonarroti 13

This upscale, glass-fronted hotel with a striking marble lobby is set on a tree-lined street a minute's walk from Wagner metro station and 2.2 km from Rho Fiera Milano exposition center.Offering soundproof environments, the plushly appointed rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs in the bedrooms and bathrooms, plus minibars and background music.
Starhotels Anderson Star Rating 4        
Piazza Luigi di Savoia 20

This upscale, cosmopolitan hotel is a 3-minute walk from both Milano Central train station and Caiazzo metro station. It's also 2.6 km from the fashion and jewelry shopping of Via Monte Napoleone.
Mozart Hotel Milan Star Rating 4        
Piazza Gerusalemme 6

This upscale hotel with a striking stained-glass and marble lobby is a 7-minute walk from Milano Nord Domodossola train station and 5 km from Milan Cathedral.The rooms and suites, with traditional furnishings and soundproofing, offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and minibars. Most have views of the adjacent piazza or inner courtyard, while suites add elements such as whirlpool tubs, and living areas with fabric-covered walls and frescoed ceilings.
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Milan is the second most populated city in Italy (Europe) and is the capital of Lombardy. When people think of Milan, they think of fashion and rightly so. It is widely regarded as one of the fashion capitals of the world, along with New York, Paris and London. It attracts fashion students and those famous in the industry. In the 50s and 60s, Milan also became a capital for design and architecture, not only in Italy but the whole of Europe. This is still evident today as it is a thriving and leading city with a vibrant atmosphere. It is also a main center for finance and commerce in Italy. It also hosts world famous events, so depending on when you visit Milan, you may gain entry to some of these: milan italyMilan fashion week - showcasing the work of world class fashion designers by famous models Milan furniture fair - the largest of its kind in the world Football events - Milan in home to A.C. Milan and F.C. Internazionale Milano, two major world teams Milan will host the 2015 Universal Exposition Milan will host the 2016 Design World Expo Milan is an international center of the performing arts and music scene, mainly opera.

Tourists and locals alike enjoy the numerous drama and music productions which are held throughout Milan each and every night of the week. As with most places in Italy, Milan offers excellent cuisine and nightlife. The food and wine of Milan is first class and there is something to suit most tastes, thanks to a diverse cultural mix of restaurants and cafes. Milan is also home to many international university students, many of whom study fashion and art.

It is a welcoming city and is served by excellent transport links. It is one of the main transport centers of south Europe. Three airports serve Milan - Malpensa International Airport, Linate Airport and Orio al Serio. Once in Milan, it is best explore at leisure and by foot/bicycle or perhaps on one of the many bus tours available. This Italian charming city is busy and full of vibrancy. It offers tourists from Italy, Europe and the World a huge diverse mix of tourists attractions, cultural offerings, fine dining and of course, fashion. What Milan offers is more than just fashion. Tourists in Milan can enjoy its diverse culture.

It boasts many museums, theaters and landmarks. Some of the highlights include: Milan Cathedral - a beautiful gothic building which took over six centuries to construct fully and is proud to be the largest in Italy Santa Maria delle Grazie - UNESCO World Heritage Site and is decorated with the paintings of Leonardo da Vinci and welcomes 6 million annual visitors Sempione Park - English style area which includes an aquarium, tower, gardens, library and exhibition center Montanelli Gardens - open space perfect for walking or relaxing Pinacoteca di Brea - one of Milan's most important art galleries Castello Sforzesco - includes Michelangelo's last sculpture