Favourite airline: Air France
19 % of travellers choose to book flights on this route with Air France, flybe and Alitalia.
Air France
13 %
flybe
4 %
Alitalia
2 %
Direct flights are cheaper
Compared to flights with a stopover, direct flights are £27.00 cheaper on this route.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
02h 00min
07h 30min
09h 05min
£108
£135
£276
Favourite connection: via Paris - Charles de Gaulle
On this flight route, flights with a stopover in Paris - Charles de Gaulle are the most popular.
Route
bookings
1 stopover Paris - Charles de Gaulle
12h 35min, from £147
17 %
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
12h 25min, from £149
16 %
1 stopover Dublin
05h 30min, from £156
13 %
Return from £108.00
Currently, flights on this route are cheapest departing on 16/06/19 and returning on 21/06/19.

£108
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Milan: a glamorous city for fashionistas and culture vultures alike

Milan has long been associated with Italian fashion, so naturally this city is a shopper's dream. There are highlights for culture fans, also, with art, architecture and opera to enjoy.

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The best time to travel to Milan

There is so much to see and do in Milan that it is worth a visit at any time of year. Those who don't enjoy the heat might choose to avoid July and August when the sun really beats down on the city. Early spring is a good time to come to Milan for anyone who relishes learning and enjoys culture, as the city holds a 'Culture Week' where entrance to all museums is free. A different sort of festival, White Night in June sees restaurants, cinemas, shops and bars stay open all night.

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Some facts before you travel

Many tourists each year flock to Milan purely for the shopping. If this is you, you will want to head straight to the shopping district of 'Quadrilatero della moda' and loosen those purse strings. While we talk about purse strings, it's worth noting that Milan is the most expensive city in Italy, with many restaurants, bars and hotels charging over the odds, so be prepared. Milan is one hour ahead of GMT, so when you arrive, wind that designer watch forward.

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Local transport and accommodation tips

Milan is served by two international airports: Malpensa and Linate. There are trains and buses from both airports to the city centre, and taxis are widely available. A number of budget airlines fly into Orio al Serio airport, which is slightly further away, near Bergamo. There is a train or shuttle bus from Bergamo to Milan. Once in the city, the best mode of transport is the underground, as the roads are more congested. It's a good idea to purchase a 24h ticket to get around for the whole day. There are many options for accommodation, ranging from hotels to hostels, bed and breakfasts to apartments, with every possible star rating covered.

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