SOLO TRAVELLER IN MILAN: USER’S GUIDE
Being a solo traveller in Milan is becoming more and more popular. Travelling alone is the best way to experience the journey at its best, diving into the culture of the visited place completely, testing yourself and going out of your comfort zone, towards your freedom and indipendence. If you are contempleting the idea, but still have some doubts, here is all you need to know about a solo traveller vacation in the capital of fashion.
Milan, very clean and safe city, after the Expo saw a period of continuous growth in services and comforts for all those moving around the city, for work or tourism, that gives the possibility to those travelling solo to easily move around at affordable price with the public transportation, safely.
Fot this type of vacation, planning is fundamental. The first thing to choose, for all those travelling solo in Milan, is for sure the location of the hotel. Choosing a central location for your hotel, strategic for your plans in the city, is for sure the best idea. In fact, spending some extra euros for a stay in the desired position, could make you save a lot of money later, for transportation and services!
If you are a solo traveller in Milan, for tourism or business, choosing to stay in a well served location with public transportation, next to the main stations and connections to the airports, is the most convenient option. This is why the area nearby Milan Central Station and its neighbourhood is one of the most wanted locations.
Only 15 minutes walk to Milan Central Station you can find the Porta Venezia Quarter, where Hotel Sanpi Milano is located. From here you can easily reach the Dome and the Historical Centre. Without forgetting all the comforts available in the area: many restaurants and bars open till late night, the shops of the most loved brands for all those who like to go shopping, public parks where to have a tranquil walk, and much more!
The culinary experience is for sure one of the highlights of travelling, thus what best than a cosmopolitan city like Milan to try different cuisines and tastes?
In Milan you will find both traditional restaurants where to try the famous Risotto allo Zafferano ( risotto with saffron), any regional Italian cuisine, and a wide offer of exotic restaurants, from the Libanese to the sushi, combining Japanese food and tropical Brazilian fruit. For solo travellers the restaurant is also the perfect occasion to break the ice. Sit at the counter or chat with the people working there, you will soon get in contact with those knowing the area, that can give you the best suggestions about what to do and what to visit.