Tourism > Milan - Time Out Guide
Tourism Tourism: Milan - Time Out Guide
- Price: £13.99
- ISBN: 9781846703348
- Availability: Limited Stock
In the build-up to the food-themed Universal Exposition (May 1 - Oct 31, 2015), Milan is buzzing with so many new openings, it's hard to keep up. We provide the best of the city's new and established addresses, from just-opened museums dedicated to art and football, to starchitect skyscrapers (by the likes of Cesar Pelli, Zaha Hadid and Daniel Libeskind), to the best affordable gourmet restaurants, bars, cafes and bargain fashion shops. We explain how to land tickets to the Last Supper and La Scala, how to negotiate Milanese transport in a wheelchair, and the ins and outs of the city's dynamic gay nightlife scene.
The Milan city guide highlights: full colour and illustrated throughout with exclusive photography, using original imagery to give a real sense of the place; handy pull-out Milan map; extensive area guides not only cover the sightseeing in Milan, but also restaurants, bars and shops - all plotted on maps handily located within the chapter; top 20 list of the must-see highlights Itineraries to help you plan your visit Critic's choices pick out the best Milan sights, experiences and cultural highlights - at a glance; and all Milan restaurants and bars have been visited and reviewed anonymously by critics who pay their own way Milan hotels independently reviewed. The revamped Time Out Guides retain the independence and local expertise that the series is known for, while adding more features to help the visitor navigate the city. Whether you have an action-packed 24 hours or a leisurely week in which to take it all in, these guides are more essential than ever.
|Series||Tourism||Title||Milan - Time Out Guide|
|Publication Date||January 2015||Authors||VV AA|
|Inspection Copy||No||Delivery||Limited Stock|
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