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Why Milan?

Milan may be renowned for being a fashion and design capital,  but there are plenty of good reasons to book cheap flights to Milan, Italy. Beautiful architecture, fine dining and easy access to some of Italy’s most beautiful mountain and lake-side resorts  make Milan the ideal destination for a city break or longer holiday in Italy’s Lombardy region.

Read on to find out more about about why you should book cheap Milan flights.



When to book cheap flights to Milan

Milan plays host to their famous fashion week in the spring and autumn every year, so if you want to experience the latest trends and buzz of the city these are the optimal times of year to visit. Spring and autumn temperatures are also comfortable at around 18°C. The city is at its hottest in July and August, so if you don’t mind exploring the city in the sun, this is a good time to book Milan cheap flights.  Need a place to stay in Milan? Search Ryanair Rooms for great value deals on hotels, apartments and places to stay in the city.



What to see in Milan

When you fly to Milan, the beautiful, wedding cake-like Milan Cathedral should be top of your must-see list. You’ll find it in the centre of the city at Piazza del Duomo.  The view from the rooftop platform is incredible and the perfect spot for a selfie.

A trip to the Navigli neighbourhood is another must do.  Take a canal boat tour or just stroll around and enjoy the atmosphere with a cup of coffee. Visit in the evening and you’ll find a great selection of aperitivo at the bars and cafes that line the canal.

One of the city’s most popular tourist draws is Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper, which can be found on the wall of the dining room of the former Dominican convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Book tickets in advance to avoid queues.

Of course, no trip to Milan should be considered complete without indulging in a little retail therapy. Head to Corso Como for the best selection of fashion boutiques and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II for some serious window shopping.

Milan isn’t all about fashion however, football is another obsession. The city’s San Siro football stadium is home to both AC Milan and Inter Milan. If you’re lucky enough to get tickets for a match day you’ll experience an incredible atmosphere cultivated by some of the world’s most passionate supporters.

For more tips and ideas on what to see, do and eat in Milan, check out our Milan guides on Try Somewhere New.



Getting around

Milan is a great city to explore on foot with most of the main attractions within walking distance of each other. When your Milan flights land you’ll find lots of public transport options. ATM operate a number of services including the metro, buses and trams. Planning to explore the Lombardy region or escape to Lake Como or Lake Maggiore? Book car hire online with Ryanair car hire and your car will be ready and waiting for you when your Milan flights land.



What to eat in Milan

From breakfast all the way through to dinner you’ll experience some of the tastiest food Italy has to offer when you fly to Milan. Sip on a coffee with a sweet pastry in Pavé in Via Felice Casati to start your day right. For lunch, be sure to try a Piadina. It’s a flatbread sandwich stuffed with the finest Italian meats, salad or cheeses and is a typical Milanese snack. Don’t miss the opportunity to try Risotto alla Milanese during your stay in Milan too. Buon appetito!

Plan ahead to get the lowest fares on flights to Milan

Flight type
Departure date
Dublin DUB
Milan MXP
one way
Tue 03 Nov
Dublin DUB
Milan BGY
one way
Wed 04 Nov
Knock NOC
Milan BGY
one way
Mon 14 Sep
Cork ORK
Milan BGY
one way
Thu 27 Aug