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  • Milano Hotel B&B
  • 18/07/2019 - 19/07/2019
  • 1 room , 1 adult
  • 1 room , 1 guest

B&B Hotels in Milano

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Exploring Milan

Milan is Italy’s finance and fashion capital. Whether you’re visiting the capital city of Lombardy’s major attractions and places of interest or simply looking for a room in which to relax after a hard day’s work, B&B Hotels in Milan are always waiting to welcome you. Relax by taking an evocative walk along the Navigli waterways, climb up to the spires of the Cathedral for fantastic views of the city, or spend a few hours shopping in the quadrilatero della moda fashion district.

Time flies in Milan and if you haven’t already planned your evenings, the time has come to enjoy one of the city’s local customs: the aperitif!

Where to book in Milan

B&B Hotels in Milan offer you an assortment of choices, with the possibility of staying in different parts of the city. If you’re looking for a hotel in the throbbing heart of Milan, then choose our B&B Hotel Cenisio Garibaldi: it has good connections with Porta Garibaldi and Lanza subway stations, and the Cathedral is only a 10 minute tram ride away. Would you rather stay in a hotel further north of the city? Then the B&B Hotel Milano Sesto is the one for you, and the M1 subway station is just 200 metres away. The B&B Hotel Milano Sant’Ambrogio places you right in the city’s historic and cultural centre of Lombardy's capital city. What’s more, you’ll find that every room has free Wi-Fi and LCD TV with Sky service as well as air conditioning that can be adjusted by the customer.

History and urbanism

Milan is a city where both past and present coexist alongside each other, as can be seen in the Arengario building which faces the gothic Cathedral. It was once known as the city of water on account of the rivers and waterways by which it was once crossed and it even had its own trading port. Nowadays it is possible to navigate some of the canals and explore picturesque itineraries and some lesser known locations. Are you searching for some good fortune? Go to the Victor Emanuel Gallery and look among the mosaics for the coat of arms depicting a bull. Tradition has it that if you step on the bull and spin around on it, the bull will bring good fortune.


During your visit to Milan don’t miss out on a walk along the Navigli - the city’s canals, shopping in the famous fashion district, or a walk in the city centre to take in the beauty of the Cathedral and the vastness of its square, close to the old Royal Palace and the Victor Emanuel II Gallery. The Sempione Park, the lungs of the city, is where you can relax or take part in some of its many recreational activities. If, however, you want to experience the older side of Milan, you can follow the route of Roman Milan that will lead you to discover the city's preserved archaeological sites.


Milan is a city to suit all tastes. Art lovers cannot miss out on a visit to the famous Pinacoteca di Brera (Brera Art Gallery), the prestigious collection of the Museo del Novecento (Museum of the 20th century) or the modern Triennale, a point of reference when it comes to exhibitions of art and design. Piazza Duomo is within walking distance of the Sforzesco Castle, a magnificent historical residence and awesome defensive stronghold. Something else also not to be missed is the Basilica of Santa Maria delle Grazie, where it is possible to admire Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’: The artist’s Cenacle remains one of the world’s most visited places of interest.


Don’t miss out on Milan’s traditional celebrations! Start the year on 6 January with the procession of the Three Wise Men. Celebrate the Ambrosian Carnival: with floats, colourful costumes and traditional masques, it continues until the Saturday after Shrove Tuesday! In April the city's main event is the Flower Fair, where florists exhibit their floral compositions along the Naviglio Grande. If you happen to be in Milan on 7 December, don’t miss out the celebrations for the city’s patron: Saint Ambrose. Allow yourself to be overwhelmed by the atmosphere of the great market-fair of the Oh Bej! Oh Bej! (Milanese slang for ‘so nice’) with artisan products, gastronomic stands and Christmas gifts.