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Milan Travel Guide - Visit Milan where you can find the wonders of Italy as your fingertips. Fashion-conscious and trend-setting are the words to know in Milan. When you indulge in Milan travel, you are travelling in style and culture. This city offers tourists and travellers opportunities to explore and shop so that a taste of Italy can come back home with you.

As a rough Information Guide, Milan can seem much more European than Italian to the casual observer, but this does not mean that its charm has been lost. Although the architecture of the city reflects the various rules of different conquerors, the Romanesque churches are the examples for all Lombard churches. Stop by Basilica di Sant’Ambrogio for tours of the church and its museum (02/86450895). The vast wealth of churches makes for hours and days of picture-taking sightseeing.

Other great tours can be found in Milan, Italy. Museums such as Museo Civico Archeologico and Museo Nazionale della Scienza e Tecnica offer two different views of Milan and Italian history and evolution.

If you are looking for a good hotel you can book Milan Hotels here. There is a wide selection of hotels to choose from.

And if shopping is on your mind, you can go to either the Corso Vittorio Emanuele shopping district or stop over at Armani. You are in the centre of Fashion in Italy and the tourist info helps give any traveller a taste of the heartbeat of Milan. This is a busy city with plenty of action and places to explore.

Throughout Milan are the tastes of Italy for you to sample (for instance Trattoria Montina is one of the highest rated). And if you’re not ready to head back to the hotel yet after you long day of sightseeing, then you may want to try the Milan Nightlife - Blue Note and Café d’Atlantique are popular dance clubs.

If you can schedule it just right, you will want to avoid August travel - much of the population of Milan is hurrying about for their own vacations. The height of the Tourism Season is between April to October, it will be busier, and have more of a buzz because of the warmer weather but it can be very hot in July and August. When sightseeing and truly relaxing is on your list of things to do, you might want to book your hotels in Milan during the off-season - when with shorter lines and less of a rush through tours, you can really get the total Milan, Italy experience and also track down some better hotel deals.

   
 
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