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Hotels in Milan

Average price per hotel night and category at Milan for the following weeks

1 Stars hotel 2 Stars hotel 3 Stars hotel 4 Stars hotel 5 Stars hotel
2017/01/16 - 2017/01/22 1 Stars hotel R586 2 Stars hotel R459 3 Stars hotel R698 4 Stars hotel R1 040 5 Stars hotel R2 836
2017/01/23 - 2017/01/29 1 Stars hotel R749 2 Stars hotel R563 3 Stars hotel R936 4 Stars hotel R1 649 5 Stars hotel R3 076
2017/01/30 - 2017/02/05 1 Stars hotel R741 2 Stars hotel R949 3 Stars hotel R879 4 Stars hotel R1 196 5 Stars hotel R3 156
2017/02/06 - 2017/02/12 1 Stars hotel R730 2 Stars hotel R834 3 Stars hotel R909 4 Stars hotel R1 223 5 Stars hotel R4 118

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About Milan

Milan is the capital of the region of Lombardía and without a doubt a fashion capital. It is a rich and cosmopolitan city, and after undergoing each of its numerous conquests, has always reconstructed itself with gusto. Founded by the Celts in 600 BC, it was conquered by the Romans, the Ostrogoths, the Lombardos, devastated by Federico Barbarroja I in 1162, conquered by France and later by Spain until, in the 20th century, it became the center of Italian history during the Universal Exhibition of 1906.

The most iconic square in Milan is without a doubt that which houses its imposing cathedral, the Duomo, the greatest and most complex example of Gothic architecture in Italy. Carved entirely out of marble, its construction lasted five centuries. Its highest point, the famous Madonnina, affords excellent views of Milan. In the same square are the Royal Palace and the elegant Emanuel II Galleria, the vaulted commercial gallery that connects with the Theater Museum de la Escala - an emblematic destination for opera-lovers - and the 16th century Marine Palace. Continuing along Via Guiseppe Verdi, you arrive at the Museum of the Risorgimento and the famous Pinacoteca de Brera with its more than six hundred masterpieces. Or, from la Escala, take the Route Manzoni, and can visit the Poldi Pezzoli Museum and the Church of San Babila.
West of the Duomo Square (Piazza del Duomo) lies the medieval heart of Milan: the Mercanti square (Piazza Mercanti) with the “Palazzo della Ragione”, the “Loggia degli Osii”, the “Palazzo delle Scuole Palatine”, and the Provincial Office of State. The plaza is one of the “Cordusio” where the elegant “Via Meravigli” ends and in which resides the “Meravigli” Gallery. Further ahead is the Church of Santa Maria de Gracia, a jewel of the Renaissance that contains Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, “The Last Supper”. And halfway along is the street that leads to the Basilica of San Ambrosio and the University, with its beautiful patios.

Castillo Sforza
is one of the symbols of Milan and, in spite of having faced numerous adversities and having being saved from sure destruction, it today houses the Museum of Historical Art – which contains that famous unfinished work by Michelangelo, the Pietá Rondanini - the Museum of Applied Arts and the Archaeological Museum.
Milan today 4°C
4°C | -8°C

In Milan we will have soft snow, it is recommended to dress in layers due to the minimum temperatures.

    • Tuesday
    • -1°C | -8°C
    • Wednesday
    • 0°C | -9°C
    • Thursday
    • 2°C | -5°C
    • Friday
    • 4°C | -1°C

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