Port Genoa is the cruise port to Milan (Milano) - the capital of Lombardy region, Italy's most populous metro area and Italy's 2nd largest city (after Rome). The city has population around 1,4 million (metro over 3,2 million, up to 5,3 million with commuters), ranking it Europe's 19th largest. The distance between Genoa and Milan is 145 km (90 ml).
Milan metro area includes almost all provinces of Piedmont and Lombardy. Milan is Italy's main financial and industrial centre. It has EU's 2nd-largest city economy (after Paris France) in terms of GDP and is ranked the largest among all non-capital European cities.
Milano is popular for its well-developed industries of commerce, finance, education (academies, universities, cultural institutions), research, media, arts, fashion, design, healthcare, entertainment, services, tourism. In the business district is Italy's Stock Exchange (Borsa Italiana) as well as the headquarters of world's largest banks and companies. The city is an important world fashion and design capital, famous for international fairs and events, including Furniture Fair and Fashion Week.
City's landmarks, museums and theatres (including Sforza Castle, Milan Cathedral, Leonardo da Vinci paintings) attract over 9 million visitors annually. Milan is the 2nd Italian city after Naples with highest number of accredited Michelin-star chefs.
Port Milan cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Milan, Italy. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
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