Milan, Italy

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Flights to Milan, Italy, world capital of fashion

Flights to Milan, Italy, with SAUDIA

SAUDIA flies to Milan from Riyadh, King Khalid International . On your flight to or from Milan, SAUDIA offers its wireless entertainment system. All you have to do is download the free SAUDIA entertainment app and browse your way to a relaxing flight.

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SAUDIA flies you to Milan

Hangar Bicocca was originally an enormous industrial building, which transformed into the largest contemporary art gallery in Europe. Milan is very adept at repurposing old industrial or productive structures into new innovative uses. Gallerie d’Italia on the Piazza della Scala is an art collection owned by a banking group housed in three palaces. It has mostly Italian masters on display from the 18th century to today. To see Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper you have to buy timed tickets. The Leonardo Da Vinci Science and Technology Museum centers on the genius’ creations, making many of his drawings into models, but also has all sorts of gadgets for kids of all ages to play with. There is even a helicopter flight simulator! La Scala opera house might be the most famous in the world. Tickets are available for opera, dance, theater, and concerts.

Travel from Riyadh to Milan

One of the wealthiest European non-capital city, Milan has always been a commercial powerhouse. Porta Nuova is the city’s business district, embellished by 20th century skyscrapers. Everything starts in Milan at the Duomo with its pearly white sandcastle spires and grows outwards. Both the Palazzo Reale with its crowd-drawing art exhibits and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the neoclassical shopping arcade, are on the Piazza Duomo. Not far from there, the fashion district puts big names like Chanel, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton together in the Quadrilatero d'Oro. Via Monte Napoleone, in the district, is Europe’s most expensive street. Creativity runs in Milan’s veins so it’s no wonder cutting-edge giants like Google or Apple would open offices there. Milan locals love to have their aperitivo or early evening snack out. Try some local (or exotic) delicacies on hand in any one of the city’s abundant eateries. Not only are there so many of them, they’re excellent: The city holds the most Michelin stars in Italy. If you have time, catch an A.C. Milan or F.C. Internazionale match while you’re in town.