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Family Friendly Experiences in Milan

May 18, 2015

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Feeding pigeons in the Piazza del Duomo is always a hit with kids

Milan has a grown-up reputation – and that’s justified. But that doesn’t mean it can’t also be a family-friendly city. There are plenty of attractions that can appeal to children of all ages, plus the adults in your travel group.

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Milan Expo 2015

May 5, 2015

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Milan Expo 2015

Starting in May of 2015, Milan will be hosting Expo 2015 – otherwise known as the 2015 World’s Fair – which will last for six months and draw countless visitors to the northern Italian city.

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Milan Expo Transportation

May 4, 2015

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Milan Expo 2015 grounds

The Milan Expo isn’t right in the historic center of the city – there would be no room for such a thing there. It is, however, extremely easy to reach via public transportation.

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How to Get Tickets to the Milan Expo

May 1, 2015

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Milan Expo grounds, including Lake Arena

Milan has been abuzz with the preparations for Expo 2015 for years, and now that the event has officially kicked off the city is even more appealing to travelers. Even if you hadn’t planned on going to Italy this year, perhaps hearing all about the Expo has you looking up Milan airfare – and if that’s the case, the next thing you’ll need to know is how to get tickets to the Expo.

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How to Spend Three Days in Milan

April 14, 2015

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Milan's photogenic Duomo

Since Milan is home to Italy’s second-busiest airport, it’s often the beginning or end of a trip through Italy. It’s not often a place people spend more than a day or so, however, eager as they are to move on to places like Venice and Rome. There’s much to see and do in this city, however, so if you set aside the time to explore here’s what you can do with three days in Milan.

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How to Spend One Day in Milan

April 2, 2015

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Milan's gorgeous Duomo, the heart of the historic center

Milan has long been the kind of city business travelers visit regularly and leisure travelers visit only because they’re flying in or out of the city’s big airport. But even if you’re not planning to spend a long vacation in the Lombardy capital, there’s actually quite a bit that you can accomplish in one well-organized day. In other words, even if you’re just using it as the starting or ending point for your trip, here’s what you need to know in order to spend one day in Milan seeing the city’s major sights.

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27 Things to Do in Milan During Expo 2015

March 30, 2015

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Milan has been gearing up to play host to Expo 2015 for years, and all that hard work is about to pay off. The city has more than 7,000 events planned during the Expo, which runs from May 1 through October 31, both on the Expo grounds and elsewhere in the city. And this is, of course, in addition to the countless things to do and see in Milan that have nothing whatsoever to do with the Expo.

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Day Trip from Milan to Turin

March 18, 2015

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View of Turin, Mole Antonelliana in the foreground

Milan is a big city with enough to keep most visitors entertained for a few days, but if you’re spending more time in the city and you’d like to see another popular northern city on a day trip, then hop on a train and head for Turin.

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Lake Maggiore’s Borromean Islands

March 3, 2015

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Isola Bella in Lake Maggiore

As if Lake Maggiore in northern Italy wasn’t beautiful and intriguing enough, there is a small archipelago of islands in the western part of the lake that’s especially worth visiting – the Borromean Islands.

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Exploring the Quadrilatero on a Milan Fashion Tour

February 17, 2015

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Milan Fashion

Whenever I tell people that I live in Italy, I’m met with oohs and ahhs and, “Italians are so fashionable!” My reality is that I live in a tiny town where I’m often transported back to the ‘80s. Perhaps it is a good thing, because it squashes my urge to shop. Until I hop the train to Milan, that is. Stepping off the metro at Via Montenapoleone is like walking in to runway fashion show. Elegant European women strut down the avenue in couture, Dior handbags dangling off their slender arms. It can be a little daunting, but with the help of an expert local guide on a Milan Fashion Tour, you’ll have the confidence to shop until you drop.

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