Milan, Italy

A sophisticated northern Italian city, Milan is renowned for its luxury fashion houses, high-end dining experiences, and close proximity to escapes including Lake Como and Florence. Explore Milan with Inspirato while staying at Armani Milano, a luxury hotel offering on-site fine dining and an upscale spa with sweeping city views.

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Fashion Capital of the World

Slightly northwest of the white marble magnificence that is the Duomo di Milano and overlooking the city's most prestigious shopping street, Via della Spiga, Baglioni Hotel Carlton is a five-star boutique hotel located right in the heart of Milan, where wanderlust and high fashion intersect. In recent decades, an architectural Renaissance has taken hold, designating Milan as illustrative of all things "new Italy." Whether exploring the boulevards and fine garments spanning the fashion houses of Armani to Versace or securing tickets to lay your eyes upon "The Last Supper" by Leonardo da Vinci, Milan will leave its mark on your heart.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Milan-Malpensa Airport (MXP)
  • Region
    Northern Lombardy
  • Italy's
    Second Largest City
  • Hub For
    Fashion and Design
  • Time Zone
    Central European Time (CET)

Fresh Things to Do

Featured Activity

  • Tour the City

    The capital of Italy also happens to be the fashion capital of the world. When you're not weaving your way through big name fashion houses, find the time to engage with the historical significance of this great city.

    From Armani to Versace. The streets that make up the fashion capital of the world's fashion district are Via Montenapoleone, Via Andrea, Via Gesù, Via della Spiga and Via Borgospesso. Dress in your finest attire to shop at more than 100 luxury stores. This is homebase for the who's who of Milan's fashion elite.

    La Scala Theater. Architect Giuseppe Piermarini built this neoclassical theatre in 1778. Opera powerhouses such as Giacomo Puccini and Gaetano Donizetti made their musical debuts at this Milanese treasure. Ask your hotel concierge for recommendations for tickets. 

    The oldest canal. Naviglio Grande is the city's oldest canal, dating back to the 1100s. Several villages are clustered around the canal and you'll also find delicious cafes, restaurants and places to sit to take in your amazing surroundings.

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Travel Tips


  • Forecasting Your Milan Vacation

    The weather in Milan is relatively mild year-round. In winter, high temperatures dip to the low 40s but snow, though possible, is not very common. Summers tend to be humid and warm, with temperatures peaking in the mid- to upper 80s. For the most part, though, Milan does not experience extreme conditions, making it good to visit year-round.


Map of Milan

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