Milan is the perfect blend of historic and modern lifestyles. It is often said that Milan represents the modern face of Italy. The city is the commercial center of Italy and is also a famous fashion destination. The city has many modern and historic attractions...more
Milan is the perfect blend of historic and modern lifestyles. It is often said that Milan represents the modern face of Italy. The city is the commercial center of Italy and is also a famous fashion destination. The city has many modern and historic attractions that are good to visit. There is a wide range of art museums in the city that feature a range of artwork from famous artists. Some good museums worth visiting in the city are Pinacoteca di Brera, Poldi Pezzoli Museum, Museo del Novecento, Galleria d'ArteModerna, etc.
Milan has numerous historical monuments that are good for visiting. The Castello Sforzesco is the place where the ruling families of Milan lived. There are also a number of palaces and beautiful monuments across the city that are good to visit. The Palazzo Clerici is among the finest palaces. The Palazzo Serbelloni and the Palazzo Borromeo are also beautiful places to visit. The city has numerous parks and gardens where visitors can relax. Some good parks in Milan are Sempione Park, Giardinipubblici, and Giardinidella Guastalla.
Milan is also the fashion capital and there are several places where visitors can shop. All major brands can be found in Milan. The Golden Quadrilateral has all the designer outlets. The Papiniano Market is also a good place to find some affordable items. For art lovers, Canal Grande is the place to shop.
The Malpensa Airport serves the city of Milan. Buses are available from the airport to the city centre every 20 minutes and cost approximately 10 Euros for a one-way trip. The journey can take around 40 minutes to 1 hour. Taxis are also available from the airport to the city but are expensive and can cost 90 Euros.
There is another airport close to the city centre, the Linate airport. This airport caters to a few domestic flights. This airport is served by the regular buses of city transport. Buses run every 10 minutes and cost around 1.50 Euros for a one-way trip.
There are a number of halal restaurants in Milan. The best halal restaurants in Milan are Aladino, Kashmire Restaurant, Ristorante Istanbul, Prince Kebab, Mevlana Doner Kebab, Imperator Kebap, The Original Felafel, etc. Visitors can taste delicious Italian as well as Middle Eastern and Turkish cuisine at the halal restaurants in Milan.
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There are a few mosques in Milan such as the Islamic Cultural Institute and the Masjid Milan.
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