“Milan is the capital of fashion capitals” – Leonardo Da Vinci

Milan, the second most populated city in Italy, after Rome and offers you high end fashion and design. The mix of modern architecture with the amazing history of 26 centuries allows you to see the city from different perspectives and enjoy the heritage and modernised environment simultaneously. Milan is considered a leading alpha global city, with strengths in the arts, commerce, design, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, media, services, research, and tourism.

Get There

Flights to Milan-Malpensa Airport from Liverpool via Ryanair cost as little as £29! To find other flights at a similar price look online at websites such as www.kayak.co.uk

Check In

Milan has plenty of luxury hotels around the city. A Popular one if you have cash to splash is the hotel owned by top designer fashion brand: Armani Hotel Milano. From Around £3,400 per night you can get one of their top of the range Armani Signature Suites. Now that may sound expensive but it comes with your own private cinema or exclusive gym!

AHM_Welcome Area 01Image supplied by Armani Hotel Milano ©

If you are looking for somewhere to stay that will be well within a small budget there are plenty of other hotels around Milan’s City Centre such as Hotel Central Station that offer prices from as little as £44 per night. So if you don’t want to pay for a room that you probably won’t be in most of the time while you are there exploring the world’s fashion capital, this would definitely be a better option.


There is something for everybody to do and see in Milan. Some of the most essential things to partake in include; seeing Leonardo Da Vinci’s world famous last supper painting and watching a match or experiencing a stadium tour at the world-famous San Siro Football Stadium: home to Internazionale FC and AC Milan.

For you shopaholics, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele Arcade is one of the world’s most glamorous shopping malls with its glass dome, magnificent mosaics and marble floorways. It also holds presence to some of the top designer brands around; Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Armani – and most recently, Versace.