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Top 10 Milan 

It’s the second largest city in Italy, known for its economic activity and fashion, Milan will offer you both historical and authentic parts of herself, as well as modernity.
It also benefits from a substantial natural environment and a developed tourism sector.


Here is our Top 10 must-sees in Milan :


Milan Duomo :

It is in the historic center of Milan that we find this emblematic place known throughout the world.
The third largest cathedral in the world will give you access to an incredible view over its roofs.
It has an incredible facade with 2 000 white marble statues and 136 spiers, the construction of this imposing construction took 500 years. A must see if you are passing through Milan.


Santa Maria delle Grazie :

This church is very famous because it hosts one of the most important works in the history of art, “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci. He painted a representation of Christ’s last meal in company of the twelve apostles, including the betrayer, Judas.
Visiting this place is worth it, just by this work that defies the centuries. The church has also been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Castello Sforzesco :

Sforza Castle is located near the center of Milan and houses many museums. You will find the Museum of Art which hosts Michelangelo’s Pietà Rondanini, the Museum of Ancient Art which displays a collection of varied musical instruments and finally the Museum of Archeology presenting sections of ancient Egypt and prehistory.
The castle square is now used as a local park where visitors can admire the architectural elements of the museum.


The Scala in Milan :

It is in Piazza della Scala that we find the Scala of Milan which hosts the opera of the city.
You will be able to attend the greatest plays and operas of Italy. Its facade hides well the beauty of this place.
Indeed, from the outside you will be intimidated by its appearance, but once inside you will discover a warm and bright space which has seen the creation and birth of many beautiful plays.
You will also find a museum showcasing musical instruments from all times but also, all the heritage linked to the Italian Opera.


The Leonardo da Vinci Science and Technology Museum :

Leonardo Da Vinci is a personality who marked the history of Art and Technology in the world. In Italy he was able to rub shoulders with major political actors of the country and propose many creations.
You can feel his presence in several corners of the city, which is why Milan has dedicated a museum to him, Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnica Leonardo da Vinci. You will find no less than thirty models demonstrating the ingenuity and innovative ideas of the famous author.
In addition to Leonardo Da Vinci, there are also exhibitions related to science in general, in particular on telecommunications, the automobile, naval and railway engineering and other fields.
Count an entire day if you want to take the time to visit everything quietly.


The canals of Milan :

There are two canals in the city of Milan, the Naviglio Grande and the Naviglio Pavese. Along these canals you will find cafes, shops and art galleries. There is also a flea market on the Naviglio Grande, the last Sundays of the month, ideal for going on a treasure hunt.
We recommend this place to take a nice walk and discover beautiful shops in a unique atmosphere, even for the city.


Lake Como :

An hour by car is Lake Como, a mythical place located in Bergamo, a magnificent medieval city.
It is the ideal place for a family or romantic excursion. To get there you can rent a vehicle with our partner company, Carweo, or ask us for a private driver for your journeys.
Lake Como is magnificent, its decor and unique in the world and you can swim there or go boating.


Centro storico :

We told you about the Dome earlier in the article, but the historic center deserves a little attention.
There are beautiful paved roads, many statues and fountains as well as buildings with the architecture of yesteryear that still stand proudly.
In the neighborhood you will find beautiful addresses to enjoy a terrace, a café, a good Italian ice cream and you can even take part in cooking workshops to train you in Italian cuisine.


The Quadrilateral of Fashion :

Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga, Via Sant’Andrea and Via Manzoni are the four streets dedicated to fashion in Milan.
Italy is well known for its grand designer households and Milan honors this image by grouping those different grand brand within these four streets.
You’ll find amazing boutiques like Louis Vuitton, Versace and Valentino and buy the most beautiful fashion pieces from around the world.
Do not feel obliged to go shopping but still visit this mythical place.


The Victor-Emmanuel II gallery :

The Victor-Emmanuel II gallery, opposite the Duomo in Milan, this place is known for its beauty and luminosity.
Right in the baroque and neo-classical architecture, it is composed of many large imposing arcades and its dome is made of glass and metal.
You will find the most upscale restaurants, bars and shops in the city but the visit is worth the effort even without consumption.


This is the end of our top 10 things to do in Milan do not hesitate to read our other articles and contact us to be accompanied on all your trips.



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