• Windsor Hotel. 4* boutique hotel in walking distance from the main station. You can book it here.
  • Vecchia Milan. 3* hotel not far from the Duomo. You can book it here.
  • UNA has various hotels in Milan, e.g. the Cusani, a comfortable business hotel. You can book it here.
  • Hotel Ferton. Simple and clean 3* hotel close to the main station. You can book it here.


  • Mamma Rosa. Restaurant close to the central station with tasty lunch menus. A tank of lobsters welcomes you.
  • Al Mercato. Tiny restaurant that is split in two: half burger bar and half restaurant, serving a selection of tasty meat, fish and vegetarian dishes – and burgers.
  • Resentin. Nice restaurant close to the Castello Sforzesco.
  • Bagutta. Trattoria covered with many many pictures and paintings serving traditional food. (currently looking for new location)
  • C‘era una volta. Nice trattoria with lunch menus in the Brera district.
  • Rigolo. Traditional restaurant located in the Brera district.
  • Morna. Cute bar and cafe on Via Tortona.


Do & See:

  • Milan‘s top sight: Il Duomo di Milano, the grand cathedral.
  • If you have the chance, visit the famous painting by Leonardo Da Vinci, the Last Supper, in Santa Maria delle Grazie.
  • Every spring the fair for interior design takes place: Salone del Mobile. At the same time there is the Fuori Salone – Milano Design Week – with lots of art spaces and events in the city‘s streets and palazzi. Most popular are the areas of Brera, Tortona and Ventura.
  • The Triennale Design and Art Museum is located in the impressive Palazzo dell‘Arte surrounded by Sempione park. It also hosts the Milan triennial exhibitions.  
  • Take a walk in the famous Castello Sforzesco, Milan‘s main attraction after the Duomo.
  • Don't miss the Fondazione Prada. It is an impressive building ensemble by architects OMA Rem Kolhaas and features art exhibitions. The museum bar Bar Luce has a fancy Wes Anderson film interior.