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The Porta Venezia is characterized by the historical importance of its buildings, many of which are more than 400 years old, and by the sizable and colorful public gardens, which include the park of Villa Reale and that of the Museum of Natural...more
Corso Buenos Aires and Bastioni di Porta Venezia intersect, Milan, Italy
These buildings ( city gates) can be found at the end of the busy shopping street of Corso Buenos Aires. They are very impressive and are lovely at night when lit up.
They are fenced off so access is not possible .
They are situated...More
The Porta Venezia twin buildings are at a very busy intersection, not too much to see, and as far as we could see there is no option to go in. the buildings are nice but they do not leave a big impression, as they look...More
The twin neoclassical buildings were built in the early 19th century as custom offices that were used to enter the city from the countryside and enable the process of tax collection. There was a gate almost at the same place even in ancient Roman time...More
Our hotel was close to the Metro station of the same name, so we would often pass in front of the Porta Venezia as we walked to the station. Milano is lucky that they have kept remnants of several of their old city gates. Porta...More
Saw the buildings of Porta Venezia while walking in the Montanelli Public Gardens and went for a look. There are impressive gates that look like they belong to the fascist era, but were actually built long before then.
If you are walking in the gardens...More
Home to the famous city gates dating back to the 19th century. Porta Venezia is accessible by the metro, it is at the top end of the famous Buenos Aires shopping centre, there are eateries galore with all types of food and drink available, many...More
Città Studi is the University District of Milan, where students and professionals come and go. Its heart is Piazza Leonardo, where the College of Engineering and the School of Architecture reside. In the square, you can enjoy the works of the street artist PAO. Come to Città Studi with a thirsty belly and you’ll be satisfied, it’s well known for the production of artisan beer.