Word order... city, country or country, city?
In the book "We Begin to read in Russian", Kurlova IV, the author writes this example:
Завтра утром Анна летит в Италию, в Милан.
My question has to do with "в Италию, в Милан".
In English, we'd write or say, "to Milan, Italy". Is the Russian word order "normal" as written here?