You’ve got only 48 hours in Milano. What should you do? What are the top spots to visit in Milan? What should you eat? 48 in Milan seems like a little time – it is – but if you plan your time well, you should be beaming with the satisfaction of putting this 48 hours into judicious use while here in Milan. So I’m here you give you some suggestions on how to spend 48 hours in Milan, I will from covering topics from places to see in Milan to what to eat and where to shop local. Without ado, […]
Options for public transportation in Milan include the subway – popularly called metro here, bus, BikeMi (bike sharing system), and tram. There are different options for you, which depends largely on how many times you may need to use public transportation in Milan as a tourist or visitor. As a resident, you have better choices. So if you just recently moved to Milan and you are looking for the best options for you, then read on.
So you like to go clubbing too and you are in search of the best places to go dancing in Milan? Here in Milan, you are required to show your ID before you are allowed to enter into night clubs. So ensure you have it with you. Access to night clubs in Milan and Italy is restricted to people aged 16 years and over. Unaccompanied children under 16 are not allowed in night clubs or bars in Italy. Some establishments also have higher age restrictions – mostly 18 or 21 years and over.
Living in Milan, one of the things I do not fancy is staying on long and almost endless queues. These Milan apps I discovered have made life a lot easier for me. If you have lived in Milano long enough, and most especially engaged in any sort of paperwork, you would be accustomed to the queue at the Post Office, Anagrafe and even the public hospitals (I had a horrid experience at a public hospital, where I spent 5 hours to be attended to, then canceled from the list – back in Palermo).
Who else has noticed the bachelorette or bachelor party frenzy that has taken over the streets of Milan? Brides and grooms are taking to the streets to show off their soon-to-be-married faces in epic costumes that cannot go unnoticed. If you plan to throw a bachelorette or bachelor party in Milan outdoors with your friends, then you would find this very useful for planning.
Free Museums in Milan refers to the tradition of opening public museums for free every first Sunday of each month. You can get a chance to see your favourite arts like the painting of ‘The last supper’ for free. This is also a good chance to see a lot of antiques, sculptures, and ancient items dating back to BC. Sometimes, all sections of the museum are not opened on this occasion, but there are still quite a lot you can see. The initiative for free museums in Milan and archaeological sites was suggested by Dario Franceschini, Minister of Cultural Heritage […]
Nightlife in Milan is top like Italians would refer to anything they truly love. One of the common activities to engage in on a night out in Milan is an aperitivo, also called aperitif or happy hour. The traditional Italian aperitivo is majorly made up of selected snacks like pizzetta (little pizza), traditional rolls, and nuts. Westernization made aperitivo what is now commonly found today, that is, a choice of drink complemented with an endless buffet of tasty Italian cuisines and traditional desserts.
A search like “one day in Milan” will return dozens of things you can do. While it’s impossible to visit all the museums, places of interest and famous landmarks in one day in Milan, with careful planning and the help of my recommendations, you can make the most of your time in Milan. Yes, you can explore in just one day in Milan with a well-planned guide. That’s why I’m here. My recommendations are places I have spent quality time at and enjoyed greatly living in Milan. I have listed these places in order of proximity to make it easy […]