Travel Guide for Summer 2021: Visit Milan

BRUSSELS, Belgium, 2021-Mar-09 — /Travel PR News/ — Delicious food, exquisite wine, and unspoiled countryside are the main reasons to go to Italy. However, this country suffered from COVID most of all and currently, it is in a state of emergency until April 30, 2021. Plus, you need to have a negative PCR test to enter Italy. Right now, some tourist attractions are closed and people are required to wear masks even outdoors.

However, we hope that the COVID pandemic will end soon and we all have a chance to live our normal life and continue traveling. If you are going to fly from the UK, you need to book your Ryanair tickets as this budget air carrier is returning to Belfast City Airport with routes to Barcelona, Mallorca, Faro, Milan Bergamo, Valencia from June 2021. Currently, Milan is served by Bergamo, Malpensa, and Linate Airports. However, if you do value your time while traveling, it would be more comfortable for you to pre-book an AtoB Milan Airport taxi. We’ll meet you at the arrivals zone of any Italian airport and quickly take you to the doors of your apartments in Milan.

Let’s take a closer look at the best places to visit in Milan, Italy. We hope that our guide will help Milan travelers plan their vacation to this fantastic country.

Duomo di Milano

Milan Cathedral (or Duomo di Milano) is the main cathedral church in Milan that serves as the seat for the Archbishop of Milan. What’s more, it’s one of the oldest cathedrals in the world as its construction began in 1386, but the final details were completed in 1965. 

Today, it’s the fourth biggest church in the world. Right now, the Historic Complex is forbidden to access for tourists because of the COVID pandemic. But we hope that very soon things will get better and all the suspensions will be removed.

Pinacoteca di Brera

When in Milan, you should definitely pop into Pinacoteca di Brera – one of the most exciting public galleries in Italy. The biggest collection of the most wonderful Italian paintings is stored there. What’s more, the collection of the Pinacoteca di Brera features the best masterpieces of Italian and foreign painters from the 13th to the 20th century. The building itself is also a masterpiece and its history dates back to the late Baroque period.

Pinacoteca di Brera is located 60 km away from Bergamo Airport. If you are going to travel to Milan and wish to visit this place, book your AtoB Bergamo Airport taxi and we’ll help you get there with comfort!

Quadrilatero d’Oro shops

If you like shopping, you can’t leave Milan until you visit Quadrilatero d’Oro shops – the oldest shopping mall in Italy. The building itself is an architectural masterpiece. A broad selection of clothes and fashion accessories are offered for sale in Quadrilatero d’Oro shops. The shopping mall is located 21 km away from Milan Malpensa Airport. So don’t hesitate to book your transfer before going there!

Naviglio Grande

In English, it sounds like “a big canal”. It’s a very picturesque place, established 850 years ago. Many years ago, this man-made river route served as an essential trade channel. Now, it’s the best place for local citizens to relax after a hard-working day. When in Naviglio Grande, you can get lost in the side streets, soak in the sunset, enjoy dinner in a number of local cafes, taste the best Milan gelato, etc. Overall, you will never get bored here!

We’ve just reviewed the best Milan tourist traps that you should visit when you go to this city. Overall, Milan won’t leave you indifferent. Nevertheless, if you don’t know the local language and have never been to Italy before, it would be more comfortable for you to book an AtoB Milan Malpensa Airport transfer. We’ll do the utmost to make your vacation in Italy more comfortable and less stressful!