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NYX Hotel Milan

3 Piazza Quattro Novembre, 20124 Milan
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Leonardo Hotel Milan City Center

10 Via Messina, 20154 Milan
Located right in the buzzing heart of Milan
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Milan

Milan may be best known as Italy’s industrial capital, but there’s plenty for visitors to do and see. This is a city where stylish boutiques stand by fabulous restaurants and hole-in-the-wall bars open their doors beside thousand-year-old monuments. For fashion lovers, Milan is the perfect place to pick up a new wardrobe, while those in search of a culture fix will be sated at any of the world-class galleries in the city. For business travellers or holidaymakers looking for places to stay in Milan, Leonardo Hotel Milan City Centre and NYX Milan are smartly designed, well-located bases from which to explore the city.

Get your bearings

Start your day with a stop at Milan’s wonderful gothic cathedral, the Duomo, which is situated in the very centre of the city. Climb to the top for awe-inspiring views over Milan or admire the ornate details from the outside, including the spires and pinnacles made from special Tuscan pink-veined white marble. Later, explore the nearby Brera neighbourhood, home to trattorias serving local specialties including risotto with saffron and cotoletta alla milanese - breaded veal.

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Don’t leave without a stop at the Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan’s main art gallery. The art is wonderful and so is the area, a haven of winding streets dotted with coffee shops, bars, outdoor restaurants and boutiques.

For an insight into local Milanese life, head to the Navigli neighbourhood. Named after Milan’s Naviglio canal, this once-bohemian quarter is still a popular haunt for artists, students and fashionistas. On weekends traders sell vintage clothes, jewellery, household items and antiques along the canal, and come sunset the local bars open their doors for happy hour. Those wanting to see Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper at Santa Maria delle Grazie should book well ahead, then walk to popular local trattoria L'Uccellina on Corso Magenta for dinner.

While you’re there

Take inspiration from Milan’s stylish denizens and pick up some items for back home by visiting Gucci, Prada and more on Via della Spiga, part of the famous Quadrilatero d’Oro shopping square. For high street brands and boutiques stocking one-off items, head for Corso di Porta Ticinese or explore Via Torino, not far from the Duomo. Luxury department store La Rinascente, also next to the Duomo, is an ideal one-stop shop if you’re running low on time.

Milan may be best known as Italy’s industrial capital, but there’s plenty for visitors to do and see. This is a city where stylish boutiques stand...
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