Travel to Milan, get a Free Hotel Night
Flying during the Covid-19 pandemic is certainly a lot more difficult than before, but if you’re able to get to Milan and you’re looking to visit the Fashion Capital of the World, there’s at least now a way to make it a little bit cheaper. This promotion can get filed away in your “it’ll happen shortly” list, so make sure to plan ahead.
Fly to Milano Promotion
The Fly to Milan promo was created by Milano & Partners focused on relaunching and promoting tourism in the city of Milan. The Project is aimed at all hotel companies that have at least one accommodation facility operating on the territory of the Metropolitan City of Milan. Upon presentation of your air ticket to one of the airports of Milan (Malpensa, Linate), you’re entitled to obtain one night free against the purchase of at least two consecutive nights in the chosen hotel company participating in the Initiative.
For the Promotion to be applied, the Customer must send the flight booking when booking the stay and, subsequently, at the accommodation check-in, show the flight ticket, with the landing date matching with the date of the first night of the accommodation booking.
So basically, when you make your booking, you’ve got to let the hotel know about your flight booking and make sure to show your ticket when you check in. Booking two nights, you’ll get the third night free.
List of Hotels?
According to the site, the list of hotels is “coming soon,” so if you truly are heading out to Milan, make sure to bookmark the page for more information. According to the actual terms, it should be for any hotel in Milan, but they do have to sign up to get your business.
Wondering what to do?
If you’re looking for a list of things to do in Milan, Yes Milano gives you a very long list of things to do, from the Scala Opera house, to public parks, museums, the fashion district, and the most famous cathedral of Milano.
Covid Travel Information for Italy
If you want to keep up with the latest on the covid situation in Italy, head over to the state department’s page about Italy and their travel restrictions.