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Fly Sydney to Milan for just $829 return

Posted: 19 July 2016 11:24 am

Milan Cathedral, Italy

Cheap deals from Australia to Italy's fashion capital of the north.

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Air China is offering passengers huge savings on return services to Milan, Italy from either Melbourne or Sydney.

Aussie travellers can book return flights between Melbourne and Milan for $807 or fly Sydney to Milan and back for just $829 through I Want That Flight.

Travel dates for these special rates are available through July and August 2016.

Milan's reputation as Italy's iconic arts, design and fashion hub is beginning to tire somewhat for tourists, however, the city's size and central location makes it the perfect jumping-off point to easily visit other areas of Europe.

And if you are interested in hanging about, Milan - with its museums, art galleries and mighty cathedrals - attracts more than 9 million visitors each year. Milan's restaurants also have the second highest number of accredited Michelin stars in Italy.

Qantas and Emirates recently offered heavily discounted flights between Australia and popular Asian hubs Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.

If you're travelling to Italy, it's smart to compare travel money options and ready your wallet for the cost of all of the pasta, pizza and gelato you’ll be enjoying on your holiday.

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