Milan is known for its sophisticated style and unforgiving pace, but that doesn’t mean you can’t slow down and unwind in Italy’s fashion capital. If you need a break, QC Termemilano is an indulgent spa in the heart of the city with thermal baths, steam baths, relaxation rooms, massages, treatments, and more.
QC Termemilano is part of the QC Terme chain of wellness spas across Italy, but the Milan location is unique. Set in a 19th-century tram station, the day spa offers saunas, hot tubs, steam rooms, a salt room, an outdoor garden, a bio-sauna inside a vintage tram, more than 30 specialized therapy massages using everything from Japanese techniques to waterbeds, and other state-of-the-art treatments, such as infrared light therapy.
Choose a simple day pass to use spa facilities and changing room, bathrobe, towel, and a pair of slippers. For extra indulgence, pick the “Happy Hour” evening experience that includes a buffet of finger foods, light snacks, fresh fruit, and drinks. Conveniently located in the Porta Romana neighborhood in the center of Milan, consider unwinding in the spa before or after exploring the city's most famous sights, such as the Cathedral (Duomo), Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, and Sforza Castle (Castello Sforzesco).
Things to Know Before You Go
Spa treatments are not included in the entrance fee and must be reserved separately in advance.
Patrons must bring their own bathing suit.
You must be at least 14 to enter the spa.
In addition to “Happy Hour,” the spa offers a healthy lunch buffet daily at an extra charge.
The spa is partially accessible to wheelchairs. Contact the spa directly for more details.
How to Get There
QC Termemilano is located in the Porta Romana neighborhood in the city center on Piazzale Medaglie d'Oro, an easy walk from the train station.
When to Get There
The spa can be very crowded on weekends and holidays, so plan to visit on a weekday for a more relaxing experience.
Spas in Italy
Spa treatments have been an important part of Italian culture since Ancient Roman times. You can see everyone, from young teenagers to retirees, soaking their cares away in Italy's many spas and thermal baths.