How long was your stay?
How did you travel?
Tell us why you traveled to this destination.
I studied abroad in Rome and had a two week fall break from my school. I decided to take the train to Milan which was a little over three hours. My friend and I woke up super early and had made an itinerary from Friday morning to Monday afternoon.
Give us all the details! Tell us where you went and what you did on your trip.
Day 1 – Friday
Hotel Da Vinci checkin 9:30
Take the metro to visit Duomo di Milano
Coffee and cornetto in the city
Window shop/shop at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele
Lunch/drinks at The Dome Milan (rooftop bar with view of the Duomo)
Browse shops in the city center
Dinner Ai Bastioni
Drinks at LibrOsteria (walking distance)
Take the metro back to the hotel
We decided to stay slightly outside of the city, which ended up being a wonderful choice. Our hotel had a metro a 10 ish minute walk away from it that took us anywhere we needed to go and for a very low cost. The metro was well-connected. We saved a lot on cost by choosing to stay outside the city, but the hotel was very high end offering breakfast and a restaurant/bar downstairs. The staff was friendly and everything in the hotel was spotless.
Day 3 – Sunday
Breakfast and coffee at God Save the Food
Armani/Silos fashion archives
DMAG designer outlet store
Day 4 – Monday
Luxury Spa Day at QC Termemilano
Visit the Milano Roastery nearby
Quick lunch at Trapizzino
Train to Rome
Would you recommend this trip to a friend?
What was the highlight of your trip?
The Armani/Silos were some of the most interesting fashion archives I had visited during my time in Italy. The pieces were preserved incredibly, and for an art and fashion lover like me, it was heaven. There was even a coffee shop inside and the staff were super friendly. The top floor had an interactive display, along with computers filled with decades worth of fashion archives.
If you were to take this trip again, is there anything you would add or do differently?
I have no complaints at all. I went outside of tourist season, so it was relatively calm and not as crowded. I got to see everything I had planned without feeling like I was on a time constraint. The outlet stores were to die for and the art district was calm, unique, and eclectic.
Travel itineraries are an essential part of MyPinerary. By sharing the details of your own travel experiences you are helping other travelers plan their perfect trip. Become part of the MyPinerary community by submitting your travel itineraries.