I flew to Italy for the day – I barely spent anything but still had pizza and gelato

A WOMAN has revealed how she flew to Italy for the day – and barely spent anything.

She shared her trip on TikTok after deciding to fly to Milan with her two friends.

A woman revealed how she traveled to Italy for the day


A woman revealed how she traveled to Italy for the dayPhoto credit: TikTok/sanaa__g
Three friends went on a day trip to Milan from the UK


Three friends went on a day trip to Milan from the UKPhoto credit: TikTok/sanaa__g

Sanaa, known as sanaa__g on the social media platform, has posted a video of her and her friends flying to Milan from the UK.

A caption over the video Read: “A quick day trip to Milan with the girls.”

The footage shows Sanaa and her friends boarding a Ryanair flight bound for Milan Malpensa.

Upon landing, the three friends made their way to the heart of Milan, where they visited some of the city’s most famous attractions, including the Duomo, the shopping arcade, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and the Starbucks Reserve.

Throughout the day, the three friends also enjoyed trying Italian food.

They stopped for pancakes and coffee at The Dome in Milan, which has rooftop views of the city.

Her batch of pancakes cost her €16 (£13.75), while coffees start at €4 (£3.44) at the rooftop restaurant.

In the evening, the friends also ate pizza and ice cream before hopping on the plane home.

In the comments, Sanaa further explained the details of her trip.

She wrote: “We landed in Milan Malpensa and then took the train to the Duomo, which took about 40-45 minutes.”

“We had to take two trains, one from the airport to Cadorna, which cost €20 (£17.20) return.

“Then the metro to the Duomo which was about €2 (£1.72) each way.”

“We basically spent the day exploring the Galleria and Piazza del Duomo and just strolling around the surrounding areas.

“We also went for brunch and of course we also had to eat pizza and ice cream and visit the Starbucks reservation.”

The video has been viewed more than 100,000 times.

Over 1,000 users have bookmarked the video for future holiday inspiration, and many people have tagged their friends and suggested Italian day trips of their own.

One person wrote: “This is cool. Good ideas to give to anyone.”

While another person added, “That sounds amazing.”

Both Ryanair and easyJet have direct flights to Milan from the UK. Prices start from £15 for a one-way ticket.

Just last month, another woman flew to Pisa for the day after deciding to pursue one of her lifelong dreams and see the Leaning Tower.

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Brits have also flown to other parts of Europe for a day trip, including Ibiza and Mallorca.

Meanwhile, a Brit revealed earlier this year that she spent just £23 on a day flight to Lanzarote – and even managed to grab a few cocktails on the beach.

They spent the day eating foods like pizza and ice cream


They spent the day eating foods like pizza and ice creamPhoto credit: TikTok/sanaa__g
The three friends visited sights such as the city's cathedral and shopping arcade


The three friends visited sights such as the city’s cathedral and shopping arcadePhoto credit: TikTok/sanaa__g

Russell Falcon

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