Wednesday Aug 15:

Passengers please note Hartmann Road will close from 22nd July for one month. To access pick-up and car parks please use the Eastern entrance. Traffic lights are in place on Hartmann Road for accessing the drop-off area.

Milan

Italy’s financial heart and the home of the national stock exchange is also a global fashion capital...

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... and the place where you’ll find Da Vinci’s The Last Supper, one of the world’s greatest cathedrals and many of its finest art collections. And then there’s football, making Milan a contender for the most multi-talented of modern cities.

Nightlife

Nightlife in Milan varies from district to district, and occasionally from street to street, and has as many different faces as the city itself. But whether you’re bound for the opera or planning to stay up all night in the buzzing Navigli neighbourhood, almost every evening begins with aperitivo and takes it from there.

For sleek bars and expensive clubs, follow the glimmer of skyscrapers to Corso Como, just north of Duomo. This is the smart district where Milan’s celebrities prefer to play, particularly at the weekend, and the dress code is strictly designer.

It’s all about now in Corso Sempione. If you want to meet cool, creative locals listening to the latest bands, drinking inventive cocktails and trying out new bars, this is the area.

Meanwhile, aptly named Isola may be one of the city’s smallest districts but it has a great reputation for authentic atmosphere and excellent live music.

On a classic note, a night at La Scala Milan is far from limited to opera. The theatre has an extensive annual programme of ballet, orchestral concerts, children’s concerts and recitals. It also hosts regular Invitation to La Scala performances, designed as an accessible introduction for first-time theatre-goers.