Milan is one of Italy's most fashionable cities and one of the richest cities in Europe but it also holds several historic and artistic attractions, including the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, the Last Supper painting, and the famous La Scala Opera House. Travellers to Milan will find a fast-paced, glamorous city with a thriving culture.

Direct Flights to Milan, Italy

Direct Flights to Milan, Italy
Regarded as the most fashionable city in Italy and the birthplace of many of the top Italian fashion labels, Milan is the economic powerhouse of Italy and one of Europe’s richest cities.

Home to Italy’s stock market and two of the top Italian football teams (AC Milan and Inter Milan), Milan also boasts the world’s largest Gothic Cathedral, the La Scala Opera house and some famous art treasures including Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper.
There's a good choice of airlines operating direct flights to Milan such as Alitalia and British Airways and low cost flights are available on easyJet and Ryanair.

Cheap flights to Milan, Italy

Attracting visitors from across the globe, many fashionistas head to Milan to shop in the city’s many designer boutiques, the impressive Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping centre and the increasingly popular designer outlets which sell last season’s stocks and samples. As well as being the centre of Italian fashion, Milan is also home to Europe’s homewares and furniture industries and a leader in contemporary art.

Milan’s Duomo Cathedral is worth a visit with its 135 spires and over 3000 statues, built in the 14th Century it has capacity to hold an incredible 40,000 people. In addition to its great museums and galleries, Milan is a great base to explore the nearby Italian lakes which include Lake Como, Lake Maggiore and Lake Garda.

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Milan Climate

Milan Climate
Milan has a Humid subtropical climate - although with some continental characteristics - similar to much of Northern Italy's inland plains, where hot, humid and very sultry summers and cold, wet winters prevail.

Average temperatures in city center are 3°C in January with −2 °C for the minimum and 25 °C in July with average maximum of 30°C. 
Snowfalls are relatively common during winter but with few days with snow. Humidity is quite high during the whole year and annual precipitation averages about 1000 mm.