Milan


Milano is arguably the most important city in Italy with regard to fashion, work and economy. It is a dynamic and cosmopolitan city that offers numerous cultural and entertainment activities. Its numerous tourist attractions make Milan one of Europe’s culture capitals. Furthermore, Milan offer countless opportunities for cultural and leisure activities during 24 hours a day: trendy bars, concerts, theatres, clubs, discos and concert halls regularly host an infinite variety of music events by internationally renowned artists. Due to its unique geographical location, you can make interesting excursions from Milan to the lakes and the Alps. Our two fashion and design schools are also based in Milan, which is also home to the best Italian university, the Statale di Milano.

Why Milan?


Milan offers a chance to see a real-life Italian city and as well countless opportunities for cultural and leisure activities during 24 hours a day: trendy bars, concerts, theatres, clubs, discos and concert halls regularly host an infinite variety of music events. Some of the most famous city sights are the Duomo, La Scala Opera House and the Last Supper fresco painting by Leonardo da Vinci. Due to its unique geographical location, you can make interesting excursions from Milan to the lakes and the Alps.


When to go?


The best times to visit Milan are from April to June or September to October. In April takes place the worldwide known Furniture and Design Fair.


There & Around


Milan is easily reachable by air through its two main international air gateways, Linate airport and Malpensa airport. Sometimes referred to as Milan’s third airport, Bergamo’s Orio al Serio airport (45 km East from the city) hosts budget airlines. We can organise airport transfers.


For further information on things to see and do during your Italian course in Milan, we recommend you to have a look at the Lonely Planet Guide to Milan.



Milan city map