Milan Cheap Hotels in Milan

As the premium Italian culture, fashion and entertainment center, Milan attracts two million visitors annually. There is a wide choice of hotels available, and it is no great challenge to locate one in your preferred district at a preferential price.

Where do you want to stay?

Home to da Vinci's Last Supper, the city offers a wide array of historic sights, including a fabulous medieval cathedral and beautifully-preserved Roman ruins. The old center is surrounded by sleek business zones. Milan is the flagship of Italy’s fashion empire, and this is very much evident in the profusion of boutiques and designer outlets, as well as the biennial fashion weeks. An annual calendar that has trade expos, unique festivals, and matches featuring two of Europe’s top football clubs on its listings guarantees visitors will never be stuck for something to do here.

Key attractions

No trip to Milan is complete without entering the hallowed portals of the Gothic St Maria Nascent’s Cathedral. Sforza Castle is a stunning 15th century complex that now houses several small, themed museums. Montanelli and Sempione are the only two large, open parks in central Milan. Sempione is next to Sforza Castle and the Peace Arch. A must-see for art aficionados is the Last Supper, which adorns the wall of a chamber in St Maria delle Grazie Convent. Arguably the finest selection of Italian art is housed in the Palazzo Brera, however.

Having fun

Attending an operatic performance at La Scala is a preferred activity for lovers of the performing arts. Live jazz and modern pop bands play in some of the bars and cafés in the central areas. These venues, together with night clubs and discos, are clustered around Via Fiori Oscuri and in the Navigli Precinct. A few more clubs are situated in Corso Como, near the Garibaldi railway station. Nightclubs start getting busy at 23:00 and generally shut at 04:00. Via Fiori Oscuri also has a nice array of ambient cafés, but there are abundant trattorias and wine bars in most areas of downtown. Another popular visitor activity is taking in a game at the San Siro football stadium.


Milan is home to the historic Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II where big name designer outlets such as Prada and hip cafés draw in the rich and famous. The gallery is located at the edge of the city’s fashion quarter. Shops and boutiques on the streets between Piazza del Duomo and San Babila sell the finest household accoutrements, clothing, fashion accessories, and footwear imaginable. Corso Buenos Aires has more affordable stores, and the Milanese claim it is the longest shopping thoroughfare in the world. Antique shops, discount stores, and boutiques are among the assorted outlets along its length.


Keen shoppers could continue their search for purchases 50 miles away in Serravalle Scrivia where 180 designer outlets are grouped in one mall. This shopping trip could be combined with a trip to Oltrepo Pavese wine district or Certosa di Pavia. The latter is a fabulous monastery complex just 15 miles from the city. Lake Como is the nearest of the beautiful Alpine lakes to Milan and is less than one hour away by car or train. A ferry trip across the lake provides great views of its wonderful setting. Spas, kite-surfing, and windsurfing are among Como’s other draws.

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