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Milan is served by four airports, with Malpensa and Linate as the two main international airports. Terminal 2 of Malpensa is used by several budget airlines just like the airport in Bergamo, the Orio al Serio. Close to the city is Linate, where some European and domestic flights take off. Parma Airport hosts other budget airlines.
Historic sites and lots more
Milan is a large city but most of the attractions are close to each other that walking is fine. The world’s grandest and biggest Gothic cathedral, the Duomo Milano took six centuries to build. Climb up to the roof for a breathtaking view of Milan. The cathedral dominates the Piazza del Duomo located in front of it. Teatro alla Scala, the city’s main opera house hosts many classical operas and events, including Milan’s Fashion Week. The Pinacoteca di Brera, which is on the same level as the Louvre in Paris contains masterpieces such as The Kiss, Supper at Emmaus, Marriage of the Virgin and the Lamentation of Christ.
Understandably Milan has some of the oldest churches in the world. They are not just beautifully constructed churches for religious services, their architecture and decorations are some of the finest you will ever see. If you want to see the very famous painting of The Last Supper done by Leonardo da Vinci, visit the Santa Maria delle Grazie Basilica.
These are just a few destinations in Milan to whet your appetite. When you’re ready to travel, book your trip to Milan via Skiddoo and get some of the cheaper flight deals around.
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