A breathtaking sight and a must-see if in Milan. The Duomo cathedral is the symbol of Milan. It's also the real centre of Milan - all the roads... more »
For sheer belle époque splendor, this extravagant 19th-century glass-topped, barrel-vaulted tunnel serves as a lively, noisy and colorful shopping mall, teeming with life and inviting you to people-watching from the tables that spill from the Galleria's many bars and restaurants.
See some of the world’s most stunning, centuries-old paintings from Italian masters including Caravaggio and Raphael. The gallery’s collection is housed in a 19th century former monastery.
An arty, bohemian-type neighborhood hosting a number of high-quality leather shops, great for purses, shoes and clothes.
Santa Maria delle Grazie is a Lombard late Gothic art example. It belongs to a vast architectural compound including also a convent, whose refectory... more »
This world-renowned opera house was built in 1778, where many composers wrote and conducted works including such greats as Rossini, Puccini, Verdi and Toscanini.
The nightlife is busy, with not just young hipsters, but also people who enjoy jazz or just being with lots of people out for the evening. Some... more »
2005 saw the completion of the last restoration of the Castello Sforzesco, a 15th century castle that served as a residence for Milan's ducal family... more »
Considered by many to be the most exclusive shopping area in Milan and home to all the top names in fashion and design.
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