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Jan 2023 Return Flights to Milan, Italy £16.98 Return (£8.49 One Way) - Operated by Malta Air @ Ryanair

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About Milan -
Milan is the capital city of the region of Lombardy in northern Italy. It is the second largest city by population in Italy, behind Rome. It is Italy's leading financial centre and its most prosperous manufacturing and commercial city.

Milan is known for the majestic Duomo Cathedral, the prominent opera La Scala, the medieval Sforza Castle, the dazzling Vittorio Emanuele II shopping arcade, and Leonardo Da Vinci's legacy. Milan is also famous for its art, history, architecture, and football, as well as extraordinary fashion and culinary scenes


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    Good deal for anyone who hasn’t flown with Ryanair before. Once and never again for me.
    Had about 40 plus flights with Ryanair never had any issues and they are great value
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    Probably my most disappointing city break
    Can you elaborate please?
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    Good price but don't forget the warm clothes.
    OMG I so don't get this. We spent 5 days there and it wasn't enough time.
    Milan has SO much. Not just food and Duomo but Sforza and Vittorio Emanuele. That is aside of the bits and pieces of history you just happen to encounter as you walk around.
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    Good deal but taking my daughter to Venice/Padova/Verona instead. £30 return. ( From Bristol).

    Heat anyway.
    Cheers mate, have a good time.
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    Had a 3-day city break with my wife and two kids and loved it.
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    Good luck Flying with Ryanair
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    Ignore the naysayers, Milan is fantastic
    Perhaps they visited in August, not sure if it’s still as bad, but it used to be dead in August. In fact, aside from the tourist city’s, a lot of the Norther Italian cities can be quiet in August.

    Worth checking on TA/etc if travelling in August. (edited)
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    Milan is such a disappointment
    Can you elaborate please?
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    It used to be (many years ago) that the best view of the Cathedral was from the cafe in a department store overlooking it.

    (Money saving hint, just go up there to use the loo)
    Nicest toilet I’ve ever been in. Fact.
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    Funny enough i just got back from Milan. It's like it a designer shopping city, one of the dislike cities from my trip.
    But for flights, cheap as i paid 15 for one way
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    Nice one!
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    Would be better if flights to Malta operated by Milan Air.
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    Worth to see, till San Siro exist
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    get down nivagli canal. Beautiful part of the city.
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    Beware the Malpensa Express train connection into the city centre, it costs more than these flights just to travel a few miles.
    Last time of reckoning, it was €13 each way or €20 return.

    If you're not intending to visit Milan, there might be better options with Ryanair to Bergamo for £9.99 each way.
    Bergamo trains are hit and miss. Twice went there, both times had to search for hotels nearby as trains just wasn't running (all ok on paper obviously), in reality not so much
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    Just got back from Milan spent 4 nights there lots to see
    Food was amazing too
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    Milan was good, but Its better to visit lake Como while you're there!
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    Accommodation & skiing early Jan is expensive (edited)
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    Can it be done from Birmingham Airport?
    Not this cheap, but there might be something similar around the £30 price mark
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    Cheap as chips but I Wasn’t a huge fan of Milan. w
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    I did a marathon in Milano. Visted Lake Como and checked out the art there too. Walked 10 miles after the marathon lol. Lake Como has another side, it has some amazing steps! The train is about £10 and boat over some money too. We went in April and it was 20 plus which didn’t work out for my marathon. They said this was hot for this time if year. They a nice park too. The sad thing was that the locals wont speak English with you even if they know English.