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What you should know about Northern Milan

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Northern Milan can seem like a different world when compared to Milan's city center. In the villages north of Lombardy's sophisticated capital, you'll find calmer, less touristy neighborhoods and attractions while still having access to train and bus travel. The towns north of Milan are also close to the exhibition centers in the area, and are only minutes from the airport, so they are great places for business travelers to stay when they want to be in a convenient location that isn't crowded with tourists. Hotels of all types exist in this area, so let Hotels.com help you sort through the hotels in Northern Milan, Milan to find the one that's just right for you. You can examine pictures of rooms and amenities, read reviews from recent guests, and compare prices.

What's Northern Milan Like?

The Northern Milan area has a rich history in its own right, and boasts museums and cultural centers that explore Northern Milan's past while celebrating its present. The westernmost areas of Northern Milan are the towns of Bollate and Novate Milanese, where you will find the train station. Bollate has much more green space than most of Milan, making it a great place to explore on a bicycle. Cusano Milanino is only 15 minutes from the EXPO center, 10 minutes from Bresso airport, and has great parks, including Parco Chico Mendez. Cinisello Balsamo is a picturesque village with many amazing churches and several theaters, including a children's theater. The 16th century Villa Silva Ghirlanda Cippelletti is worth a visit to see one of Italy's first landscape gardens.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Northern Milan

Even though Northern Milan does not see as many tourists throughout the year as the city center does, the people of the area welcome visitors as warmly as any Italians. You will want to explore the lesser known areas of the town, and it might help to take a short Italian language course so you can understand the locals when they tell you about the places they recommend. If you are looking to visit Milan city center, you can use public transportation from this area to get there, but there is so much to do and see in Northern Milan, you might spend your entire vacation there. When you have selected one of the Northern Milan hotels listed on Hotels.com, use our hassle free booking process to easily and quickly reserve your room for the dates when you will be in Milan.