The Theatre alla Scala in Milan is among the world’s most famous opera houses.
Duomo di Milano is the largest Gothic cathedral and the second largest Catholic cathedral in the world.
Pinacoteca di Brera. The Pinacoteca di Brera is located in the homonymous palace, where other cultural institutions are also located.
Sforzesco Castle Pietà Rondanini (sketched out in a 196-cm high, 70-cm wide and 73-cm deep block of Apuan marble) was the last work undertaken by Michelangelo.
The Santa Maria delle Grazie is fame is mostly a result of Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’, which can be admired in the adjoining refectory.
Skyscrapers in Milan. Since the second half of the 20th century, the number of skyscrapers in Milan has gradually increased.
Every night between 19:00 and 21:00 is time for Aperitivo. Bar and Coffe Shops in Milano offer a big choice of food and drinks. Corso Como, EATALY. is a pedestrian and commercial street in the center of Milan. About 280 meters long.
Eataly is about eating Italian food, living the Italian way. Our goal is to demonstrate that high-quality Italian food and drink are at hand.
The best food in the Navigli area Ten (plus one) places where to dine well around Milan’s canals, undergoing a true rebirth. Navigli, in Milan, have always been a place to enjoy, with bars and restaurants. La cotoletta alla Milanese.
Quadrilatero della moda Via Monte Napoleone, with the narrow side streets branching off, claims to be the most elegant street in Milan, and one of the most sophisticated in all of Europe.
PRADA – BULGARI – TOD’S – HERMES – DOLCE E GABBANA – TIFFANY ARMANI STORE via Manzoni In Milan, Armani is not simply a fashion brand but rather an integral part of city life, deeply rooted in the city’s history.
At the Emporio Armani concept store in via Manzoni 31, the first and one of the largest luxury brand sales point in the city. The best 10 shopping near Corso Venezia.