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How to Find the Best Milan Linate Airport Hotels with Venere

Venere makes it easy to book your accommodation at Milan Linate Airport hotels. Travel to the world's fashion capital and explore the history of old Milan. A trip to Milan Linate has never been easier or more convenient than when you book through Venere. Just enter the dates that you want to be in Milan and let the Venere search engine work for you. Each hotel featured on Venere is rated by its guests so you get the benefit of feedback from people just like you. Pictures of the hotel rooms and service ratings will help you decide which Milan Linate hotel is best for you. When you book your hotel room, Venere shows you maps and directions for checking in so that you can get from airport to your bed free of stress and inconvenience.

What's Milan Linate Like?

Fashionable and modern, Milan is a fantastic vacation destination that also provides spectacular history. The cathedral St. Mary of the Graces is a UNESCO world heritage site that is an architectural masterpiece and houses Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper. The beautiful Duomo cathedral is one of the largest Christian churches and has become the symbol of this fashion capital. The Milan opera house, La Scala, is known as the greatest seat of opera in the world. Renaissance enthusiasts must visit the Museum of Natural Science and Technology, featuring the works of Leonardo da Vinci. Walk through Casello Sforzesco and visit the monumental tombs and headstones in the historic cemetery. Then visit the elegant Montenapoleone and Bagatti Valsecchi art museums to view the works of great Italian artists. No trip to Milan is complete until without a shopping spree in the Gallerias, where luxury brands like Gucci and Armani take center stage.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Milan

Although many Milanese speak English well enough to help with directions, taking the time to learn a few travel phrases and courtesy words before you arrive is worthwhile. Summers in Milan can be quite hot and damp. Many businesses shut down for the entire month of August as the locals travel to milder climates for their own vacations. In winter, the city is unusually cold for southern Europe, often dipping into freezing temperatures. Fog is typical in Milanese winters and can obscure views of the grand cathedrals. The best time to visit Milan is in spring and autumn, when the weather is temperate and the city is bustling with activity. Search Venere for the most convenient Milan Linate Airport hotel for you.