Hostels In Milan
Milan is a vibrant and exciting city, where there is always something to do. It offers gothic architecture, haute couture fashion and incredible nightlife, making it the perfect place to be.
The best hostels in Milan go from luxurious private rooms to affordable and fun dorms. Have amazing conversations in literary cafés, relax in secret gardens, have a blast in the gaming room and enjoy an aperitivo on a rooftop bar, all without even leaving your hostel! When you can choose between a gothic palace, a modern design masterpiece or an ex-police station, there’s no way you’ll leave the city without something for your Instagram feed!
If you want to be close to the city centre and the main attractions, such as the Duomo, Via Montenapoleone, and the Museo del Novecento, your best bet is to stay in one of our many hostels next to the Central Station. The station itself is breathtakingly beautiful and it gives you access to the best parts of Milan, whether you think they are the shops or the museums.
The Garibaldi station area is the place you should stay if you’re craving young and hipster vibes. You can go and explore the Isola neighbourhood, the intellectual alternative to a night out. This up and coming area is full of concept stores, exotic restaurants, radical chic cocktail bars and jazz clubs.
Cheap hostels in Milan in the Domodossola area are the best choice if you’re looking for tranquillity and comfort. It’s going to be very easy to get to Sempione park and CityLife, a new neighbourhood filled with beautiful buildings and one of the biggest shopping centres in the city. You will feel at home even in a massive metropolis like Milan.
Milan is a city that needs to be lived by night. Whether you want to sip a glass of Prosecco in San Ambrogio or Isola, take a stroll by the Navigli or dance your shoes off in the best clubs, there’s no time to sleep.
This city is everchanging. Experience it as the capital of design and visual arts during the Salone del Mobile in April, or as the Fashion capital in September and February during Fashion Week. Otherwise, you can go to Brera and its’ Pinacoteca or the avant-garde Hangar Bicocca all year long. Milan is full of surprises and needs to be explored from North to South to be able to experience them all. Luckily, it’s not a hard job with four metro lines, buses, trams and the Passanti Ferroviari, perfect to move away from the centre. You can buy the tickets at any station or even from your phone, texting ‘ATM’ to 48444 or using the iMapp app.