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How much will I spend on a trip to Milan?

Another special post in our "how much it costs" series! Today we are going to one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Italy: Milan! Do you want to know how much you are going to spend? Come with me and I'll tell you everything!

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How much will I spend on a trip to Milan?

Another post in our beloved series “How much does it cost?” Today, we are going to Milan , which is a super modern city, but which impressively maintains the classic and the contemporary! Have you taken a look at the post that gave rise to this series? No? So do it, it is beautiful! Just click here ! Now do we will really find out: how much I will spend on a trip to Milan? H ere at  Your Travel to Italy with Ana Patricia you make the trip of your dreams !!! ALSO: see our  “Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your holidays!”

1) How much will I spend on a trip to Milan? ACCOMMODATION IN MILAN

Well, Milan is full of hotels and most of them are very well located. I always suggest that you choose a hotel in an ‘intermediate’ location: neither central nor peripheral. Always consider the following: the farther from the center the hotel is, the more you will spend on travel, that is, in the end it ends up being six of one for half a dozen of the other; you save on one side to spend on the other!

Milan daily rates can range from EUR 120.00 to EUR 1,000.00! It all depends on the type of hotel chosen and the location and the period (if there are important fairs). It is worth remembering that you will spend little time there, that is, it is not worth choosing a super luxury hotel. A night at a well-located hotel in Milan ranges from around EUR 100 to EUR 150. For our trip, we will consider a 3-day trip! We will consider accommodation for 3 days in a hotel with a daily rate of EUR 100.00: EUR 300.00 (for two people ). Learn more in our section on Accommodation in Italy!

2) How much will I spend on a trip to Milan? TRANSPORT IN MILAN

Milan is predominantly flat, that is: it is quite suitable for walking. However, if you are not one of those who enjoy walking, you can opt for bus and subway, which, by the way, works very well! Remembering that it is also the most used means of transport by the Milanese to get to and from work, that is: during the rush hour, you will face crowded trains! Find out more in our section Transport in Italy!

The Subway in Milan

Well, the Milan metro has four lines, 111 stations and is almost 100 km long! You can reach all points of the city using the subway and, where it does not reach, there is the option of buses. With more than 80 lines, buses run every 30 minutes (they are not always punctual, not least because they depend on traffic, but nothing absurd!). In this WEBSITE, of the responsible company, it is possible to access maps, to get to know distances and even to know where it is possible to rent bicycles!

Ticket prices for municipal train, bus and subway

The ticket to use the municipal train, bus and metro costs EUR 1.50 and you can use it for up to 1h30 after the first validation. If you prefer, opt for the daily ticket, which lasts 24 hours and costs EUR 4.50. Therefore, calculate two tickets, round trip, per day, something around EUR 3.00 / day. If you prefer, buy the daily ticket (best option, just between us!), For EUR 4.50. It is valid for 24 hours and, for the value for money, ends up being more affordable. To pay the transportation bill, we will consider the daily ticket for 3 days – EUR 13.50 (for 2 people EUR 27.00). Read also: Round trip from Milan?

Important Tip

  • ALWAYS validate your ticket! If the inspector asks for your ticket and it is not validated, there will be a very annoying fine! Learn more about validating the train ticket here!

3) How much will I spend on a trip to Milan? EATING IN MILAN

The long-awaited moment has arrived: food! Good and cheap food in the best ‘made in Italy’ style! Eating in Milan is not expensive and you eat VERY well, spending between 20 and 30 euros, depending on the location you choose. However, we are talking about a full lunch / dinner with antipasto, main course, dessert and ¼ of wine. Find out more in our section Food in Italy!

A more exclusive restaurant can cost around 100 Euros per person, but consider that it is a UNIQUE opportunity and see it as an investment! Using a very reasonable value for lunch / dinner, considering a snack for lunch and an average restaurant, you will spend about EUR 35.00 – 50.00 / day, and our final bill with food will be EUR 105.00 for 3 days. (for two people, EUR 210.00). Also read Where to eat in Milan?

Important Tip

  • RUN AWAY from tourist and / or central restaurants! In addition to not having good quality, they are much more expensive!

4) How much will I spend on a trip to Milan? MONUMENTS IN MILAN

Shall we see how much we are going to spend on tours? Well, below the prices of the main monuments, those not to be missed in Milan, always remembering that the ‘must-see’ is on us! Sometimes you do not make a point of visiting, for example, the Archaeological Area of ​​the Duomo, or going to the White Tower; in short, everyone knows what interests them and, therefore, I suggest you do a lot of research to know what you want and what you don’t want to visit, OK?! Find out more in our section Monuments in Italy! and What are the top-ten places to visit in Milan?

Values ​​of the Main Monuments in Milan

Considering the four most expensive tickets mentioned above, our balance sheet is EUR 52.00. (or 104 euros for 2 people). In Milan, the value of the main monuments is as follows:

5) How much will I spend on a trip to Milan? AVERAGE EXPENDITURE

Read our section on Advice for Saving in Italy! Follow our tips and information for an economical and very profitable trip. Average values ​​in euros (considering 3 days for 2 people). Would you like to learn more about traveling on a budget? Click here in this post!

Accommodation300.00
Transport27.00
Food210.00
Monuments110.00
TOTAL AMOUNT IN EUROS647.00

 



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Hotels I advise in the Malpensa and Linate areas

Let’s start with the Malpensa and Linate areas, the city’s airport regions. Linate and Malpensa are close to the two main airports in Milan. Ideal for short stays and business trips or, and, if you have a car.

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Accommodation that I advise in the Duomo Region

One of the most charming regions is the Duomo area, cathedral and symbol of the city; this region is also perfect for those who love traditional cafes, trendy bars or for those who are always looking for the latest and follow the trends. The Duomo Square region is equipped with two metro lines, which make this region even more practical for those staying in the city.

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Hotels I suggest in the Historic Center Area

Another region to consider is the Historic Center of Milan, a tangle of charming streets. The so-called “fashion quadrilaterale”, the ideal place to shop in Milan, with its famous streets: Montenapoleone, Manzoni, Via della Spiga and Corso Venezia (and the Saint Spirit, Gesù and Borgospesso). Within this zone we can also consider the Zona Brera which is another wonderful area to stay.

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Hotels that I suggest in the Region of Brera

The Brera neighborhood is famous for its high fashion boutiques, exclusive art galleries and trendy bars – it is north of Piazza Duomo. The characteristic streets are inviting for a stroll without a destination. The main attraction is the Pinacoteca di Brera, where priceless works of art are exhibited – among them, the masterpieces of Raffaello and Mantegna. It is in the southeastern region of Brera that the “fashion quadrilaterale” is located. The region is frequented by VIPs and socialites who spend horrors in the boutiques of brands like Armani, Valentino and Versace, on the outskirts of the elegant “Montenapo” (as the Milanese affectionately call Montenapoleone Street)

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Hotels that I suggest in the Navigli area

Also, the charming Navigli district is a very energetic region, which in recent years has developed a lot. The “bomb” region of bars, breweries, restaurants, bakeries and pizzerias and is home to one of the most acclaimed antique fairs in Northern Italy. The bustling nightlife, typical art galleries and characteristic streets make this region a great choice for those who want to stay in Milan and for those who love to enjoy the nightlife.

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Hotels I advise in the Central Station Region

Another region with a high concentration of hotels is the Central Station, especially if you come by train. In this region there are several receptive structures and the best: for all budgets. Best region for those who want to do round trips from Milan.

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Conclusion

How much will I spend on a trip to Milan? Milan is one of the most sought-after cities by tourists, but it is necessary to organize yourself well so as not to get into hot water or spend money unnecessarily. Always remember that traveling is an investment, therefore, however expensive it may seem, they are priceless experiences from a cultural point of view and for your personal growth. If you need help organizing your trip, don’t hesitate to send me an email! I will love to help you make your dream trip to Italy come true, after all, with me your dream becomes a roadmap!

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