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Cheap flights to Milan

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 Timetable for summer season flights (01.09.2016-29.10.2016)

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Fly to Milan for:

  • some serious shopping
  • an evening of aperitifs and tapas-style Italian treats
  • easy access to the Italian mountains and Lake Como

Geography

cheap airbaltic flights to Milan

Among the top contenders for the world’s chicest cities, Milan (Milano in Italian) is rich in history and art, cutting-edge technology and an overflowing spirit of creativity. From its position on the Lombardy plains about 30 km south of the Italian Alps, Milan lies within Italy’s lake region and so is close to Lake Como and Maggiore. As Italy’s second largest city, Milan boasts a city population of 1.3 million people and a total urban population of just over 3 million. airBaltic flights from Riga to Milan land at Malpensa airport. Public transport between the airport and the city centre is well developed and relatively cheap. The recognized capital of the industrialized and wealthy north, Milan is home to some of the world’s most revered names in fashion and design, as well as being the hotbed for Italy’s financial industry.

Languages

Ciao! Italian remains the official language for most of Milan’s inhabitants, although a significant proportion of the population speaks Milanese, a dialect of the Western Lombard Language called Insubric. Latinisms are popular in common speech and may be heard around. For general communication, however, Italian is the language of choice. Visitors are advised that they will undoubtedly learn a little, either in the hotel lobby or in the streets. Va bene!

See and Do

Dive into fashion immediately at Quadrilatero d’Oro (the Golden Quad) found in Duomo Square, the heart of the city and bustling with tourists. Here luxury boutiques of such royalty as Armani, Valentino and Dolce e Gabbana await. If you have resisted temptation and are after a cheap bargain, hit Buenos Aires Avenue, Europe’s longest shopping street. As for wining and dining, visitors to Milan will find traditional cuisine with the occu buco (braised veal chops) and may enjoy a Campari while sampling a buffet during aperitivo (happy hour) in one of the many cafes, fashionable hotels and restaurants in the city. For the best pizza, head to Via Marghera. Finish your meal with a delicious gelato, Italy’s ice cream. 
Milan has a fabulous offering of Renaissance and Baroque art. A symbol of the city’s culture and history, the Duomo is Europe’s third largest Gothic Cathedral, completed over five hundred years. Climb to the rooftop and enjoy a breathtaking look across the city from among its many spires. At St. Mary of the Graces, purchase a ticket in advance and see Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting The Last Supper. Pay a visit next to La Scala Theater, built in 1778 and Milan’s well regarded stage.
 
Milan comes vibrantly and deliriously to life at night, with hot spots along Corso Como and Colonne di San Lorenzo. Whatever your mood, you can find a cozy spot or a rousing club. If you would like to get in on some Sunday calico (football), San Siro stadium fields both AC Milan and FC Internazionale, and Leonardo da Vinci’s Horse sculpture ripples in its courtyard.

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