Milan

Milan Travel Guide

Articles about Milan

By Guy Trebay
See More Global Hot Spots Stay Armani Hotel Milano 31 Via Alessandro Manzoni; 39-02/8883-8888; armanihotels.com; doubles from $715.Bulgari Hotel 7/b Via Privata Fratelli Gabba; 800/628-5427; bulgarihotels.com; doubles from $767.Four Seasons Hote...
By Valerie Waterhouse
Twice a year, Milan fills to bursting as the international fashion pack descends upon the city to view the latest women's-wear collections. While it's practically impossible to crash the shows — whose Milan-based star attractions include Prada, Ar...
By Guy Trebay
Go looking for the new in Milan, Italy, and you doom yourself to disappointment. I say this with a confidence that results from the fact that my job has carried me to this millennium-old city four times every year for more than a decade. True, th...
By Justin Peters
The book made it sound so easy. Teach Yourself Italian, it was called, and for two years it sat on my desk, silently mocking my inability to do just that. I’m not sure why I thought an obscure book from 1947 would do the trick; still, I dutifully ...
By Adam McCulloch
See our slideshow of the Best Hotel Gym Views. From the 47th floor of the Park Hyatt Tokyo, sunbeams play off the perfect cone of Mount Fuji. Far below, Tokyo’s frenetic pace is reduced to a silent pulse of miniscule cars and people. You take ano...

Hotels in Milan

Marble-clad hotel with Turkish baths in its fitness center. 

Room to Book: Deluxe suite with a large inviting sitting room in warm wood tones.

Doubles from $400.

Restaurants in Milan

The focus of this sleek shop is gelato ice cream, chocolate, and coffee, though sandwiches and pastries are also available. Handmade chocolate is blended with unexpected ingredients like balsamic vinegar, pepper, and basil lemon.

Things to do in Milan

When it comes to opera, there’s no more respectable venue than “La Scala,” located a block north of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping mall.