Milan Honeymoon Destination

Milan Honeymoon Tours

Milan, the fashion capital of Italy, is one of the most cultural honeymoon destinations in the world. From rich history to marvellous architecture, from art galleries to churches and from fashion streets to quaint cafes, Milan honeymoon tour packages have it all. The numerous markets of Milan are a paradise, especially for couples with an interest in fashion. Whether it's from chic stores or roadside shops, the souvenirs collected on honeymoon holidays in Milan are to be cherished forever. The markets and shopping centres are packed with exciting experiences for couples. Milan tourism gets a large share of its tourist influx due to fashion-related reasons. Cafes and casual restaurants to savour roadside snacks can be found at every corner in the markets of Milan. The range of cuisine that can be witnessed on honeymoon tours in Milan is extraordinary. The creativity in every niche truly represents the spirit of Milan.

The nightlife in the clubs, restaurants and the streets is an important part of a Milan honeymoon. The theatres and the stage shows also attract a huge national and international audience in Milan. The cathedrals, churches, palaces, and art galleries account for most of the Milan honeymoon destinations. These places perfectly display the Renaissance art and history of Italy. Some of the architectural marvels on the list of honeymoon destinations in Milan took multiple centuries to build.

The spring and fall time in Milan is pleasant and pleasant. Hence, the best time to book Milan honeymoon packages is from April to May and September to October. The temperature from June to August is very hot and the humidity makes it even hotter. A Milan honeymoon tour from November to March is filled with cold and fog. It also rains the most in Milan in November.

The Milan honeymoon travel packages filled with cultural tours, art tours, performances in La Scala, gardens, sunsets from Milan Cathedral and the narrow alleys of local towns, will make couples fall in love with this city. Milan comes to life in the evening and during this time love can be felt in the air. There are many accommodation options included in Milan honeymoon trip packages like guesthouses, hotels, and resorts. Couples can choose as per their preference and budget. Milan honeymoon vacation packages also make transportation easier with tour buses or private vehicles. Couples with international driver's permits can rent a car to drive around themselves. Couples can customise Milan honeymoon holiday packages and book them in advance to get great deals and make the best out of their honeymoon.

Honeymoon places to visit in Milan

There is no lack of places to visit and things to enjoy for couples when it comes to honeymoon tours in Milan.

Places to visit in Milan Honeymoon

Here's a list of the best honeymoon destinations in Milan that couples must visit during their trip.

Santa Maria Delle Grazie

Located in the heart of Milan, Santa Maria Delle Grazie is a church with outstanding architecture. This church has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for preserving one of the most important Renaissance art in history. In its dining hall is the famous Leonard da Vinci's fresco of The Last Supper. This art piece solely makes this church a must-add destination in Milan honeymoon tour packages. The sophistication in the architecture of this church helps visitors revisit Renaissance Milan and understand the new era of European art. For history buffs, this is an ideal place to visit on a Milan honeymoon tour.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

To have an elite shopping experience, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is a must-add place in Milan honeymoon vacation packages. It's an elegant shopping arcade built in the nineteenth century. It is home to many luxurious boutiques in Milan. It houses shopping stores of many renowned international brands. Couples also get to see some of the oldest and greatest restaurants and cafes in Milan. Even the fast-food restaurant, McDonald's, has black and golden decorations to blend with the building. There is a stunning mosaic in the central dome representing all the continents. Couples can walk around the galleries or sit on the terrace to enjoy the true elegance of Milan.

Castello Sforzesco

It's one of the most mesmerising places in Milan. This castle was first built in the 13th century and after many reconstructions throughout history, it was finally renovated in the second half of the 19th century. With many museums that it houses including The Pinacoteca del Castello Sforzesco, the Museum of Ancient Art, the Egyptian Museum, the Museum of Musical Instruments, the Applied Arts Collection, the Archaeological Museum of Milan and the Antique Furniture and Wooden Sculpture Museum, it's the ideal destination in Milan honeymoon holiday packages to explore the history of the city. After visiting the museum, couples can stroll in the large courtyard of the castle.

Duomo di Milano

Duomo di Milano, also known as Milan Cathedral, is a gothic-style cathedral in Milan. It's one of the many architectural marvels in the city. It was built over five centuries ago and is among the biggest catholic churches in the world. The walls of the temple are covered with paintings representing scenes from the Bible. The glass caskets spread over the building are covered with skeletons of saints. The highlights of this place are the statue of Bartholomew the Apostle and one of the nails used in the crucifixion of Christ. The nail is preserved in the dome behind the altar and is displayed only once every year. Couples can climb up to the terrace and enjoy the panoramic view of Milan. Due to its significance, Duomo di Milano is one of the key destinations included in Milan honeymoon travel packages.

Pinacoteca di Brera

The city of Milan is famous for its historical art. Pinacoteca di Brera is one of the major art galleries in not just Milan but in all of Italy. Built throughout the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, it was formerly a church and monastery. There are a total of 38 halls in this gallery and the paintings are arranged in chronological order. Finding of the body of St. Mark by Tintoretto, The Marriage of the Virgin by Raphael, the Lamentation of Christ by Andrea Mantegna and The Kiss by Francesco Hayez are among many masterpieces hung in this gallery. For couples who enjoy art, this is a great place to add to their Milan honeymoon trip packages.

Things to do in Milan Honeymoon Tours

1. Watch Ballet at Teatro alla Scala

Watching Ballet has always been among one of the most romantic and intimate date ideas. The La Scala, also called Teatro alla Scala, in Milan is a historical and one of the most premium opera houses in Italy. Among many performances, it's also known for hosting mesmerising classical ballet performances ranging from Giselle to Swan Lake. The auditorium has an astonishing interior with theatre boxes on 4 levels, gilded with maroon drapes. Couples can also visit the theatre museum or take guided tours to explore the auditorium. It's among the main attractions to enjoy on a Milan honeymoon.

2. Try couple's spa

A spa session is perfect to relax on the honeymoon holidays in Milan. There are numerous spas and wellness centres in the city. Luxurious hotels in Milan like Four Seasons and Armani also have couple's treatment centres. Other great places for massages and pampering sessions are L’Occitane Express Spa, Shiseido Spa Milan, and Hammam Della Rosa with Turkish baths.

3. Canal Cruise on Naviglio Grande

A cruise on the Navigli canal in Milan is a great way to explore the city. Once used to transport goods and water to fields, Naviglio Grande is now among the top Milan honeymoon destinations. There are several historical and architectural jewels and beautiful landscapes along the canal. It's a famous spot among the writers and artists visiting this city. Cruising on this canal is famous for local sightseeing in Milan. The cruise is also a great option to witness and enjoy the nightlife. Aside from a cruise, couples can also choose boating or a Gondola ride to enjoy the beauty of this canal.

4. Dinner in Brera

Located in the east of Sforzesco Castle, Brera is a bewitching district in Milan. It's one of the most picturesque neighbourhoods with a romantic aura in its air. The streets of Brera are filled with beautiful cafes, lit up with beautiful lights at night. A candlelight dinner in these cafes is a perfect date night idea for couples on a honeymoon in Milan. There are many romantic and secluded corners around the district where couples can spend some quality time. After dinner couples can go on a romantic walk through the narrow alleys or shop at the flea market of Brera on the 3rd Sunday of the month.

5. Visit Giardini di Villa Reale

Giardini di Villa Reale is the garden of Villa Reale, a charming palace in Milan. The palace is the perfect testimony of the Italian architectural style and the garden is among the largest green areas in the city. The green spaces with leafy pathways and a bridge create a very romantic atmosphere in the park. There is a small temple in the garden, dedicated to Cupid, which perfectly captures the romantic spirit of this place. Couples can take romantic walks, feed the ducks in the pond from the bridge, and sometimes see swans. It's the perfect place for couples to spend some quality time on their honeymoon.

How to reach Milan

Milan is one of the most important cities in Italy. It's very well connected with the world via Airways, railways, and roadways. Here's how to reach Milan.

By Air- There are three international airports in Milan. Mainly short distance international flights travel to Linate International Airport. Malpensa International Airport, the main airport of Milan, is connected to most of the major cities in the world. Visitors can also board flights to Milan and land on Orio al Serio, the third international airport serving the metropolitan region of the city.

By Train- Milan Centrale, located in Piazza Duca d’Aosta, is the major train station in Milan. It's one of the most beautiful European train stations and it's very well connected with major European cities like Rome, Florence, Germany and Paris.

By Road- Milan is very well connected via road to the rest of Italy and many European places. There are several national and international inter-city bus services available to reach Milan from anywhere in Europe. To reach Milan via a private vehicle, an international driver's permit is required.

Milan Honeymoon FAQs


Which is the best place to shop in Milan on a honeymoon?


Since Milan is known for fashion, there are many great places to shop here. Quadrilatero D'Oro, the shopping district of the city, is the best Milan honeymoon destination for shopping. Other great shopping places include Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Della Spiga and Monte Napoleone.


What type of clothes should be packed for a honeymoon in Milan?


For a Milan honeymoon in the summers, cotton and breathable clothes are the best options. It's advisable to pack sweaters and scarfs while visiting in fall and warm clothes and jackets for winters. Full body clothes should also be packed while visiting Milan because cathedrals and churches require covered shoulders and skin.


Which places in Milan are best to enjoy the nightlife on a honeymoon?


The best places to visit the nightlife on honeymoon tours in Milan are Navigli, Brera, Duomo, Corse Sempione and Corso Como.


Which museums are a must-visit in Milan?


The must-visit museums to include in Milan honeymoon tour packages are Pinacoteca di Brera, Villa Necchi Campiglio, Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Museo Poldi Pezzoli and Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio.


Which restaurants in Milan are best to dine in while on a honeymoon?


The best restaurants in Milan are Iyo, Contraste, Macelleria Equina "Da Vito" Milano and Nerino Dieci Trattoria.

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