Flanked on three sides by four Mediterranean seas (the Adriatic, Ionian, Ligurian and Tyrrhenian) with the northern wall of the Alps and the Dolomites frostily encircling the north, this beautiful country is fringed by sparkling glacial lakes, while the fiery volcanoes of Vesuvius, Etna and Stromboli simmer in the south. Through its food, fashion, art and architecture you’re sure to learn the art of living well from the Italians.
The country’s second-largest city houses a major architectural masterpiece – the renowned Teatro alla Scala, The absolutely extraordinary, imposing Duomo (Cathedral) dedicated to the Birth of the Virgin Mary and The Church of Santa Maria
delle Grazie that contains the Last Supper by the celebrated Leonardo Da Vinci fresco. Stroll wide-eyed through the important museums and theatres of the city that host several international events and fairs, including the Milan Fashion Week.
It is situated just 50 metres from Montenapoleone Metro, 41 kilometres from Milan Malpensa International Airport
Fly to Milan International Airport followed by a 20 minute car ride to the hotel.
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Best time to visit
Italy is a land of sunny, mild weather. Generally the weather is warm from July to
September, although rainfall can be high in Sept ember. While the first snowfall is usuall y in November, light snow sometimes falls in mid-September and heavy snowfall can occur in earl y October.