Milan with children ★★

What do do in Milan that will make the whole family happy—Sights, experiences, restaurants, tours, and more

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Family-friendly in Milan

Sights in Milan

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The facade (Photo )
Duomo
Milan: Duomo

The Cathedral of Milan is one of the largest Gothic churches in the world, an intricate festival of soaring spires and statuary

 
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The Leonardo da Vinci gallery (Photo courtesy of the museum)

Amazing recreations from the master inventor of the Renaissance

 

Experiences in Milan

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Italian cooking class (Photo )

Learn to cook Italian cuisine in Milan

 
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Guided bicycle tours of Milan

 

Lodgings in Milan

Apartments (rental flats and short-term tourist lets of apartments) in Milan can offer substantial savings, especially for four or more

 

Dining in Milan

There is rarely not a line

Where to grab a quick, cheap meal in Milan

 

Classic cafes in Milan

 

Experiences in Italy

A hot-air balloon ride over Fontainebleau (Photo courtesy of Viator.com)

Weird, random, oddball, and just plain fun tours and activities you can sign up for in Italy

 
A private guide can bring the art, history, and city alive (Photo courtesy of Context Travel)

How to hire a private tour guide in Italy

 

Lodgings in Italy

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Frescoed rooms in the 16C Palazzo Antellesi overlooking Piazza Santa Croce in Florence (Photo courtesy of the property)

How to find and rent a vacation appartamento (apartment) from $40 in Italy

 
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La Cascina del Monastero in Piemonte'w wine district is one of my favorite Italian farm stays (scroll to the bottom for a link to a story about it) (Photo courtesy of La Cascina del Monastero)

Stay on a working farm agritourismo and experience the best of Italian hospitality and countryside tradition

 
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Residences—like the Arethusa in Siracusa, Sicily—offer apartment amenities and hotel services (Photo courtesy of Residence Arethusa)

Serviced flats, residence hotels, Aparthotels, and other townhouse suite lodging in Italy

 
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Villa Greve in the heart of Tuscany's Chianti wine region sleeps 12 (Photo courtesy of the property)

An Italian villa to call your own for the night or the week—renting a villa, house, or cottage in Italy

 
A family room can house the whole clan (Photo by John Hickey-Fry)

Crowd the clan into one room rather than renting two

 
This luxurious Tuscan apartment is in Pietrasanta, by the Forte dei Marmi seaside resort, halfway between Pisa and the Cinque Terre (Photo courtesy of Homeexchange)

Trading spaces isn't just a show on basic cable anymore. It's a way to live life like a local on your travels absolutely for free—so long as you let the local borrow your life (and home) in return.

 
This house in the Tuscan hills needs someone to house-sit and watch their dog for three weeks this spring... (Photo courtesy of mindmyhouse.com)

Sleep for free on vacation in Italy by watching someone's house (and, often, watering their plants and feeding their cat)

 
Camping Panoramico Fiesole is in an Etruscan town in the hills right above Florence (Photo courtesy of Camping Panoramico Fiesole)

Camping and campgrounds (campeggi) are a cheap way to spend the night while traveling

 

Dining in Italy

Tips to save money on dining in Italy and eat better for it

 
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Be your own chef and you can save money and add an extra cultural experience to your trip

 

Planning for a trip to Italy

Camping Panoramico Fiesole is in an Etruscan town in the hills right above Florence

Advice, resources, & tours for families traveling in Italy

 
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Sightseeing discounts for children, students, seniors, families, and teachers

 
A private guide can bring the art, history, and city alive

Italy tours aimed at families