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For the first time in Milan, the largest Christmas village


For the first time in Milan will be organized the largest Christmas village in Italy: a huge park of 30 thousand square meters with giant dolls, a factory of toys and, of course, a post office to send letters to Santa Claus. The largest Christmas village ever built in Italy, for the first time in Milan

Villaggio di Natale MilanFrom November 22 to December 30, a 30,000-square-metre theme park will be created at the San Siro Hippodrome.
The organizers say that this unique village will become a real Christmas fairy tale, here professional actors and dancers will arrange a colorful show, as well as tell mysterious jokes.

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Christmas Village in Milan

The main route of the tour, as promised by the creators, will be concentrated between a large toy factory, the house of elves and Santa Claus. The village’s second itinerary is a world of letters, which in turn is divided into a letter room where children together with elves can make their wish list to send Santa Claus – and a post office.

The third part of the trip is the village of elves, a picturesque Scandinavian-style market where you can get original Christmas presents. In addition, a large space here will be reserved for gastronomic stands, as well as attractions for children. The smallest will be able to travel through the village on a colorful train.


Christmas village, prices and tickets:

The village will be open
from Monday to Thursday from 14:00 to 21:00.
On Friday, Saturday and the day before the holidays: from 10:00 to 23:
00Sunday and public holidays: from 10:00 to 21:00

24/12: from 10:00 to 18:00
25/12: from 16:00 to 22:00
26/12: from 10:00 to 21:00

Tickets are on sale from October 10th on Ticketone.

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Ticket prices:

On weekdays (Monday to Friday): adults 12 euros, children 10 euros
weekends and holidays: adults 15 euros, children 12 euros.
Silver ticket: adult 23 euros – children 18 euros (only on Saturday and Sunday)
Open Gold Ticket: adult 28 euros – children 23 euros

Visiting children under one year of age is free of charge, and children under 12 years of age receive a discount ticket.
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