Milan for outsiders can be seen as confusion in Italy. This city has been reborn in the decades since its destruction by the invasion of World War II, and while it may appear “newer” to the eyes of the trained Milan, there is still a history. This city is as charming and impressive as you can make your journey as fast as you can. Most in Milan!

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Check-in: Armani Hotel Milano
One thing that is definitely in Milan: Everything is fashionable. Even the fashion house has opened its own hotel in Milan for many years and the Armani Hotel Milano is one of the most recognizable of these. The building appears simple and uncomplicated from the outside. But when you’re in your room, it’s a complete scene change. Of course, the interior is simple, chic, and has a unique, dark appearance. (James Bond is certainly inspired), but the simplicity of the room stops there. Each room has its own iPad control, which essentially controls all your rooms, from unlocking the front door to closing curtains … even ordering popcorn and ice cream to eat with your movie. All with one touch!

The hotel is centrally located at the end of the popular Via Monte Napoleone. (Across the street at the T Via Alessandro Manzoni junction) and only 5-10 minutes away from the Milano Duomo and many other shopping streets.

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Things to see in Milano
If your first in Milano, you should not miss the peak listed below. But be sure to allow time to walk, eat, eat and eat in the atmosphere, just like visiting all Milano!

Cathedral of Milan
Visiting Milan is not complete without seeing the cathedral of Milan in all Gothic architecture. You can check out the Piazza or pay a fee to enter. You can walk around the top if you can withstand the queue!

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Nestled within a 19th century luxury arcade, is a range of high end boutiques and fancy cafes within the so-called place, none other than the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. The interior is meticulously decorated. But be careful of the top and bottom to get a full understanding.

Teatro alla Scala
Even if you do not like the opera, visiting the Teatro alla Scala is a great night of entertainment and traditional culture. This is one of Europe’s most impressive opera houses, so do not forget to look around before and after!

Santa Maria delle Grazie
Santa Maria delle Grazie is a UNESCO World Heritage Site where you can see Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper murals on display.

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What to eat: Pastries & Pasta
When in Italy you eat and you eat a lot. Milan is famous for ‘Risotto alla Milanese: risotto, yellow, grated cheese, butter, white wine and stock. In town you will also find great chefs to catch bites and espresso quickly in the distance.

If you are a fan of pastries, I recommend visiting Paticceria Marchesi, one of the best chefs in the city.

If you choose a healthy option, go to the raw vegan vegetarian, where you can take a day of hard pasta dishes and enjoy fresh, healthy food.

Entree is a great option if you want authentic Italian food without a heavy price tag.

Cracco Ristorante is a more expensive option. But worth the extra euro believe me!

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