One of the most historic, cultural and dynamic cities in the world, Milan is an incredibly exciting destination for a holiday. Its stunning Duomo cathedral, which towers above the city and dates back to the 14th century, is one of the city’s must-see sights, along with the La Scala opera house, which will delight even the most discerning classical music fans. For some of the finest coffee, restaurants and cafés in the city, head to Corso Magenta, or the Corso di Porta Venezia is one of the most elegant and beautiful streets in Milan, lined with luxurious boutiques and designer shops to satisfy the city’s numerous fashionistas. The San Siro stadium is one of the biggest and most spectacular in Europe, where you can watch both AC Milan and Internazionale play their home matches. Fans of nightlife should check out Corso Como, which is a great area for bars and clubs, especially in the summertime. Milan’s most famous art gallery, the Pinacoteca di Brera, has a collection to rival the Louvre, but the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana is also a fantastic alternative, housing works by Caravaggio and da Vinci. Ibis offers Ibis, Ibis budget and Ibis Styles hotels, so you can be sure to find a hotel that suits your budget and taste. Plus, you can pay low-prices without compromising on comfort, with air-conditioned rooms and hotel Wi-Fi as standard. So book your low-price Ibis hotel in Milan today to make the most of the stunning Italian capital.

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