The vibrant city of Milan is the perfect holiday destination for contemporary travellers looking for a wealth of things to see and do. As the fast-paced heart of northern Italy, and the countrys business capital, the city has a lot to offer. Whilst much of the older architecture has been lost to rebuilding over the ages, visitors can still enjoy the early Christian churches, Roman ruins, Gothic cathedral, castle, palaces, and museums which testify to the city&s rich cultural heritage.
Ardent shoppers will adore the numerous chic boutiques and designers names on offer, and there is a choice of cafes, bars and restaurants where you can relax and sample some of the local flavour.
Should all the hustle and bustle get a little too much, then why not take the short journey north towards the lakes and mountains and enjoy a quieter day out?
Milan Malpensa Airport is only 55 minutes away by airport shuttle or airport taxi, and Milan Linate, Turin, Genoa, Geneva, and Bergamo Airports are also nearby.As well as providing great value Airport Transfers to and from Milan.
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