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What you should know about Navigli

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Milan is Italy's fashion capital, and the charming Navigli neighborhood, located south of the downtown, is one of the city's chicest neighborhoods. Navigli is known for its lively nightlife, trendy restaurants, and bohemian shops. There are many hotels in Navigli, Milan, but they can sometimes be tucked away in rustic neighborhoods far from tourist hot spots and transportation centers., a leading hotel reservations website, features a detailed map for each hotel. Travelers can pinpoint the exact location of each hotel and the exact location of nearby train stations and attractions. Travelers can also view the locations of all the hotels in Navigli, Milan that offers, so they can choose the room that best suits their vacations plans.

What's Navigli, Milan Like?

The Navigli neighborhood took shape in the Middle Ages, when an intricate network of canals was built for fresh water and to transport goods and people. The canals became Milan's superhighway; even the marble to construct Milan's magnificent cathedral, the Duomo, was floated down the canals. Today, there are only two canals left in the Navigli neighborhood: Naviglio Grande and Naviglio Pavese. A stroll along the Naviglio Grande is a rewarding way to spend an afternoon. The lovely street is reminiscent of Venice with wrought iron bridges and a small church, Santa Maria delle Grazie al Naviglio (this is not to be confused with the much larger Santa Maria delle Grazie, which houses Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper). Not to be missed is the Vicolo dei Lavandai, an outdoor laundromat of sorts where earlier generations of Milanese washed their clothes in the canal's waters.

How to Get Along with the Locals in Navigli, Milan

Strolling along a canal works up an appetite, so travelers might want to indulge in a beloved Milanese tradition called "Appy Hour". Apertivos, which are pre-dinner drinks, are a tradition everywhere in Italy, but the big-hearted Milanese have enhanced the ritual with a buffet-style serving of snacks and hors d'oeuvres. "Appy Hour" features a wide variety or mouth-watering treats, ranging from bite-size pizza to sushi. Many hotels in Navigli, Milan, have "Appy Hour", but it can be difficult to learn what amenities each hotel offers when booking a room on the Internet. features detailed descriptions of each hotel, including information on dining options and bars and lounges. Travelers who want one-on-one advice can call's toll-free number to speak with a travel expert. A knowledge of English isn't required: has travel experts who speak 11 languages.

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