Holidays to Milan (Province)
Thinking of escaping to Milan (Province)? Great idea – in our opinion, it’s one of the best parts of Italy. So you start planning your holiday wardrobe, and we’ll take care of everything else.
Most holidaymakers stick around for 3 and usually travel in March. If you prefer to keep things low-key, though, consider visiting in December – it tends to be the quietest month of the year.
Whenever you go, you won’t have any trouble finding accommodation. We’ve currently got a whopping 949 hotels in Milan (Province), so whether you want somewhere family friendly or you’re travelling with a big group of mates, there’s sure to be something that ticks the right boxes.
Most people visiting Milan (Province) go for a 4 hotel, which tends to cost around £50.85 a night. And you might also like to know that Doria Grand Hotel, Regency Hotel, Novotel Milano Nord Ca'granda Hotel, Hilton Garden Inn Milan North and City Life Hotel Poliziano are our most tried-and-tested options.
Prices do vary though, depending on what you’re after. A three-star room usually costs around £35 per night, although we could sort you somewhere for as little as £18. For a four-star hotel, the minimum you’ll pay is £18, but it’s more likely to be around £51. And if you’re feeling fancy and thinking about a five-star place, you should expect to pay £129 per a night – if you’re lucky, though, you might be able to nab somewhere for just £49.
When it comes to getting to Milan (Province), you’ve got options aplenty there, too. There are currently 18 airlines operating direct flights, with Ryanair, easyJet and British Airways proving themselves firm favourites. Our customers are also fans of flights that arrive into Milan (Malpensa), Bergamo and Milan (Linate).
London Gatwick to Milan (Malpensa)1hr 45mins
London Gatwick to Milan (Linate)1hr 50mins
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