BeatriceI’m friendly and positive person. I love meeting new people with different cultures. I love Nature and animals. I appreciate ethnic food and I do many sports.
AgatheI am a young woman living in Milan for one
MarikaHi I'm Marika, I'm an university student. I want to start traveling before I turn 20, I want to get to know new people with different backgrounds, that come from different cultures and that are willing to teach me anything they want about their culture. I look forward to speaking to anyone who's up for the task :)
Can host for 3 daysHi everybody and nice tu meet you🌺 I’m Francesca, from Milan. I’m travelling to Lisbon at the end of September and I hope to find some new friends and people who can host me. I can return the favor in Milan, and I hope next year in Rome. 🙃 I love walking a lot and explore new places, I dance at parties like a crazy bitch, but I also love quiet yoga sessions in the morning I’m intrerested in everything about theatre and cinema, and I’m an actress 🎵 Live music / openair Dj set are my favourite kind of parties 🃏 Tarot reader 📖 books lover 🚲 bike rider 🧗♀️ climber beginner ✌️feminist I’d love to plan other journeys in the future and I hope this app could help to meet some friends
Can host for 7 daysHello😄my name is Costanza, I’m from Milano and I’m 20 years old. I love to travel and to meet new people :))) can’t wait for new adventures!!!
Can host for 2 daysHey, I'm Alex and I'm interested in art, events & social, food & cuisine, games and photography
KingaHello. I am 23 and I live in krakow - I work here. I would love to travel as much as I can! My biggest dream is to visit Paris and I’d like to do it this spring!
KiannOriginally from the United States but I am on an exchange semester in Austria studying Social Work. I’m getting into traveling around Europe & would love to meet people :) I like walks, hikes, cooking, eating, some yoga, traveling, trying new things, etc
HannahHi, My name is Hannah and I'm interested in animals, architecture, backpacking, books, food & cuisine, hiking, nature and science
based on 12 experiences
I was in Milan recently for a couple of days. I was in the center and the central train station and both were safe. Prudent to be aware, but never felt unsafe. The basilica there is pretty, and do the rooftop. Though I thought the catacombs were small and unimpressive. I took a day trip to Como and it was beautiful.Posted: May 19, 2023
During my time in Milan, I had a great experience climbing up to the terraces and rooftop of the Duomo, as well as exploring its interior. I also made sure to visit the Last Supper painting, which required reservations but was reasonably priced. I stayed near the train station, so the Mercato Centrale located there became my convenient and tasty choice for food, with a wide range of options.Posted: May 6, 2023
I spent 4-days in Milan and it was my first-ever solo trip. I felt so safe and met some amazing people there. I went to Lake Como for a day, I stayed in Affori just a 5-minute metro ride to get to centrale.Posted: April 10, 2023
we really enjoyed our stay in milan, the only catch might be that in order to keep it budget friendly, the hotel was in a not so good looking neighborhood. even though it was near downtown, it didn’t felt very safe. the hotel was pretty nice (iH Hotel Milano Regency)Posted: April 8, 2023
I walked around at 3 am and I didn’t felt in danger but the public bus is not reliable, if you want to go out at night try to be a place near where you are staying or only one bus away. Also *Do not buy the Milano card* it is cheaper and more convenient to buy the ticket from the vending machines in each station, I bought the Milano Card and had to go to station far from where I was staying to pick it up walking because of course I didn’t had the card and they say they include the pass from the airport but they don’t specify it is only one way. The public transport for three days all zones in Milan is 13 Euros, regarding the duomo de Milano buy the tickets online because the lines get crazy and try to go early when there is not much people to take cute photos form the front the prices if you can go up before sunset would be so good. There is a lot of foreigners and people is so young, watching italian teens screaming in the middle of the street is normal.Posted: April 6, 2023
I went to Milan alone for 3 days and I loved it! felt totally safe, had a nice little hotel and the city center was easily accessible via tram - always felt safe.Posted: March 24, 2023
My local suggestions for things to do: - Duomo of course, not only visiting, but going on top of it. - Castello Sforzesco, a castle in the center of the city, which hosts a musuem as well. It's home of the beautiful Pietà Rondanini by Michelangelo Buonarroti. One of my favourite thing in the city. - Biblioteca & Pinacoteca Ambrosiana: one of the oldest public libraries in the world, home of a beautiful art collection including pieces from Leondardo Da Vinci, Caravaggio, Botticelli and Raffaello. - Pinacoteca di Brera: home of many important pieces of arts, from Renaissance to Modern. - Cimitero Monumentale, the historical graveyard. Don't miss this one, it's also completely free. It's unique, like an open air museum. - Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio: one of the most ancient churches in Milan, a jewel of Romanic art. - Other churches that worth a visit: Santa Maria in San Satiro, San Lorenzo, San Bernardino alle Ossa (it is decorated with human bones), San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore (few know about this one, though it's really amazing, it's completely decorated in frescoes). - The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci (book in advance).Posted: December 1, 2022
Food: Milan is very diverse so you can find different restaurants from all over Italy. For something super local I recommend finding a Trattoria specialised in Lombardy food. Also something we love is aperitivo (very popular on Navigli area) where you order a drink and fill up your plate for free from a lovely buffet. Nightlife: I would recommend Navigli area and Arco della pace for bars to drink and experience the city vibe. The most popular nightclubs are in Corso Como/Moscova which mainly do commercial/house. Attraction: Must do is duomo square (can also go in or up the cathedral) and walking through the nearby shopping streets. Sforzesco Castle and potentially other museum such as pinacoteca di Brera, science and technology museum or the last supper (book in advance) Things to do: a day trip to lake Como with a boat tour to explore the lake is definitely worth it. Day trips to other popular cities (Turin and Bologna) are also worth it.Posted: December 1, 2022
Itinerary: Spent 3 days in Milan and one day in Lake Como. Things to do: - Climbed to the top of the Duomo for views across the whole city - Went for a pizza at Piz - Took a train to Lake Como for the day (about 5€ each way) - Went for drinks at the Dolce & Gabanna bar - Visited famous the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele || - Wandered along the canals of Navigli Safety: I felt very safe. Accommodation: I stated at YellowSquare hostel. Very good place to stay. Recommendations: Milan is a beautiful city and I loved everything about it.Posted: July 14, 2022
Things to do: Here is the list of things that I visited in Milan: - Galleria Vittorio Emanuele || - Duomo - Navigli Canals - Sempione Park - Sforzesco Castle Safety: I felt safe but be careful near touristic spots. Accommodation: I stayed at Ostello Bello Grande, one of the best hostels I've stayed at. Recommendations: Milan is a great city with a lot to do and see.Posted: July 13, 2022
Yes, Milan is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any city, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Milan is a great destination for solo travelers. The city is generally safe and there are plenty of attractions and activities to keep you busy. There are also plenty of restaurants, cafes, and bars where you can meet other travelers and locals.
Yes, Milan can be expensive for solo travelers. The cost of accommodation, food, and transportation can add up quickly. However, there are ways to save money, such as staying in hostels or Airbnb apartments, eating at budget-friendly restaurants, and taking public transportation.
Visit the Duomo di Milano
The Duomo di Milano is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and a must-see for any visitor to Milan. Take a guided tour to learn about the history of the building and admire the intricate details of the architecture.
Explore the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
This iconic shopping mall is a great place to explore and people watch. Check out the designer stores, grab a bite to eat, and admire the stunning architecture.
Visit the Sforza Castle
This 15th-century castle is a great place to explore and learn about the history of Milan. Take a guided tour to learn more about the castle and its history.
Take a stroll through Parco Sempione
This large park is a great place to relax and take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. Take a stroll through the park and admire the beautiful gardens and sculptures.
Visit the Pinacoteca di Brera
This art gallery is home to some of the most famous works of art in the world. Take a guided tour to learn more about the art and the history of the gallery.
Shop at the Navigli District
This area is known for its vibrant nightlife and great shopping. Explore the shops and grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants.
Visit the Teatro alla Scala
This iconic opera house is a must-see for any visitor to Milan. Take a guided tour to learn more about the history of the theatre and admire the stunning architecture.
Yes, Milan is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, as with any city, it is important to take precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.