Milan/Outer Milan

Chiaravalle Abbey, southeast of Milan

Suburban Milan is in the province of Milan.

Get in

By plane

By public transport

The "Metropolitana" reaches out in the suburbs, but for many parts bus is the only alternative. Refer to the website of Milan's public transport agency for routes and schedules.

By car

If you're driving from elsewhere in Italy, you will pass through the suburbs first. It's not as hard to move around as it is in downtown (and there's also no congestion fee either). Drivers who want to visit central Milan might want to consider parking their car at one of the public transport agency's car parks around the city and continue by bus or metro. It costs a few euros, but parking in the city is more expensive and means more hassle.

See

Churches

Museums

Other

Do

A Champions League match at San Siro

Eat

Mid-range

Splurge

Drink

Gay and lesbian clubs

Cruising clubs such as the "Flexo" and "Depot" are hugely popular in Italy, perhaps even more so than saunas.

The best saunas in 2008 include Metro (In the north part of Milan) and Royal Hammam, mostly packed during the weekend especially at night as they are open 24 hours.

Sleep

Budget

Camping

Hostels

Hotels

Mid-range

Splurge

Connect

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