WHY VISIT MILAN
Milan is commonly known as the economic capital of Italy, a definition that seems to point out that there is a lot of money circulating but little to see there. In Milan apart from the well-known Piazza Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, and Castello Sforzesco, symbols of ancient Milan’s riches, there are many things to do and see.
There is the Milan of Leonardo Da Vinci, who put his architect’s genius at work to make navigable the Navigli canals renewed and trendy for the after-hours. Leonardo has donated to Milan one of his greatest masterpieces: the Cenacolo, painted in the refectory of Convento of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Then there is the international Milan, one that attracts wealth people from all over the world: one of the skyscrapers or that of San Babila with the beautiful neo-Romanesque church, but above all with the fashion streets (called “quadrilateral of the fashion”), the showcases of fashion brands, models and limited-edition cars parked. In short, the things to do and see in this city are may, to which must be added the charm of a great European metropolis and an unfairly underrated cuisine compared to Rome, Naples or Florence.
WHAT TO SEE IN MILAN
Top attractions not to be missed are:
- Piazza del Duomo and its imposing Duomo
- Galleria Vittorio Emanuele
- Castello Sforzesco
- The Last Supper
- Piazza Affari
- Cimitero Monumentale
- Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga high-end fashion streets
- Central Station
Following instead some hidden spots of the city that only locals know!
- Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore
- Basilica di San Vittore al Corpo
- Church of San Bernardino alle ossa
WHEN TO GO TO MILAN
The best time to visit Milan is from May to September.
Following a list of main events and typical festivals and celebrations of Milan.
- Milano City Marathon
- Milano Fashion Week
- Salone del Mobile (Forniture Fair)
- Tempo di Libri (Book Fair)
- Oh Bej, Oh Bej Fair
HOW TO REACH AND MOVE IN MILAN
main airports are:
main airports are:
- Milano Centrale (Central Station)
- Milano Cadorna
- Milano Porta Garibaldi
- Milano Rogoredo
download the transportation map
download the transportation APP
WHAT TO DO IN MILAN
typical dishes of Milan are:
- Risotto alla Milanese
- Cotoletta alla Milanese
typical souvenirs of Milan are Milan’s or Inter’s football team apparel or some typical italian food.
The main theatre of Milan is undoubtedly the Alla Scala Theatre