Things to do, Milan for free – Have a trip on a budget
Holidays can be expensive, but fortunately for those on a tight budget there are many things to do in Milan for free. Before you arrive in Milan, it is advisable to buy a MilanoCard. With this city pass, you can travel for free on Milan public transport network, including buses, trams, metros and city trains. Find below a little updated guide with tips and trick to save money for your trip to Milan .
Lowest fairs for flights to Milan
The best way to find a chip flights to Milan is looking on EasyJet or Ryanair website . Both of this companies have a lot of flights to the Milan airport (Malpensa, Linate and Bergamo Orio al Serio ) from the main cities in Europe. The Milan Airports are located just few km far from the city center and you can get the Airport Bus or the Airport Train (from Malpensa) to reach Milan for a little price (from 5€)
Best price guaranteed for Milan hotels
Save money also for Milan Hotels reservation . In Milan there are a lot of good hotel for at a reasonable price. We suggest to visit always the official website of the Hotel in order to find the lowest guaranteed price and the best customer assistance . Click here to find some tips and ideas for your hotel in Milan .
Run4Free – Top Attractions in Milan for free !
The top things to do in Milan are not to be missed, but the cost of tickets can soon add up.
Fortunately, for holders of the City card, MilanoCard has teamed up with many of Milan’s top attractions and restaurants to offer a limited number of free entries each day. Attractions include the Highline Galleria, a boat trip on the Navigli canals, the Branca Tower and more.
To find out more about these and the other attractions included in the Run4Free offer, click here.
Six ways to enjoy Milan for free
- Visit one of Milan’s parks. In the spring and summer, these parks will be full of flowers and are a great place to enjoy the Italian sunshine. Many also have playgrounds and other activities for children.
- Explore some of Milan’s historic churches and enjoy the ancient art and architecture.
- Visit the Casa Boschi di Stefano, one of Milan’s historic house museums. It is free to enter and enjoy the important collection of 20th-century art.
- Admire the Arco della Pace . Originally intended to be another Arc de Triomphe when started in 1807 by Napoleon, who had recently been crowned King of Italy, it was not finished in his lifetime. Completed in 1838, it commemorates the peace of 1815.
- Enjoy the stunning architecture of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. You don’t have to buy anything in this elegant mall to enjoy it. Don’t forget to spin your heal on the bull’s genitalia in the mosaic. It is said to bring good luck!
- Check the customer information of Milan’s museums. Many of these have times when you can visit for free.