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We arrived in Milan on Delta Airlines after a stopover in Atlanta, for the incredible price of R$1300 with all taxes included, this was still high season (27th December), our trip there was incredible and fun!

Milan is Italy's financial and fashion center. It cannot compete with historic sites like Rome or Florence, so it is often added to an itinerary on a second or third visit to Italy or as a stop on the way to a visit to southern Switzerland.


1. The Duomo

Due to its position in the heart of Milan, the Duomo is usually the first stop when visiting the city. Don't miss a rooftop walk, wandering among the spiers and statues and taking in the stunning views.

2. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele.

This 18th century glass and iron covered gallery is home to many pretty shops, restaurants and cafes. Look up to see the magnificent central dome. Look down to see emblems on the mosaic floor representing the cities of Milan, Rome, Florence and Turin. If you want to return to Milan, you must place your heel on Turin's emblem - the bull - and turn clockwise!

3. La Scala

It is a short walk from the Duomo, through the Galleria and to La Scala, Milan's famous opera house which opened in 1778. Here some of the world's best singers and orchestras can be heard and famous ballets seen. If you cannot book tickets for one of the performances, a visit to the Museo Teatrale alla Scala (Museum) also includes a visit to one of the boxes where you can look down on the stage.

4. The Last Supper

Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, "The Last Supper", is one of the most famous paintings in the world. It covers a wall in the former monastery refectory attached to the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. In order to reduce spoilage, admission is strictly limited to 25 people every fifteen minutes. Tickets are often sold out months in advance, so buy them here as soon as you know you are visiting Milan. As we didn't know these details we weren't able to go.


Don't miss eating pizza in Milan, don't forget to visit the sweets and crafts fair next to the Duomo Cathedral.

The city's official language is Italian, but those who speak English will not have any communication difficulties. As in the rest of Italy, the local currency is the Euro (€) and, although many people consider it an extremely expensive city (in fact it is, if the visitor opts for the luxury circuit), Milan can surprise those who are not willing spending so much.

Set aside at least three days to get to know this city which, despite not having a large amount of natural beauty, enchants with its cultural richness and entertainment options for all audiences.

We stayed at the MO.OM hotel, and we highly recommend the hotel!

MO.OM SPA has 1 treatment rooms. Services include: massages, facials and body scrubs. The spa offers a range of therapeutic treatments, including aromatherapy. The spa is equipped with a dry sauna, a hot tub, a steam room and a Turkish bath/hammam.

The spa is open daily. Children under 18 are not permitted in the spa without adult supervision. Guests under the age of 18 are not permitted in the spa.


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