The economic heart of Italy, Milan has the reputation of being an industrial town, too serious to be entirely Italian. Don't be mistaken! This bustling and innovative city simply offers a different take on the dolce vita.
The capital of the Lombardy region is situated at the centre of the Po Valley. As an industrial, commercial, financial and academic centre, it is the seat of the Italian stock exchange and home to the headquarters of various multinational companies. If it is the most populated and the richest of Italian cities, this powerful city is above all the Italian and European capital of fashion.
Milan is also a queen of culture with picture galleries which many large European cities envy, the most famous opera house in the world and an impressive number of events throughout the year. On a night out, dive into its exciting nightlife. Take the time to savour a traditional aperitivo before exploring the various navigli where you can discover the trendiest bars and clubs and party until the early hours.