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One of the oldest churches in the city, this 4th century building was later refurbished during the various centuries altering its original look. Despite not much left from its initial period it is worth to see particularly for the frescoed chapels and the impressive Cappella...More
This unopposing facade holds a treasure! We stayed a block from this church and passed it daily. We finally noticed the doors open and went in. Amazing! We spent time just wandering around and the man putting the bulletins on the pews never said a...More
This church is notable because it dates from the 4th century. While there have been many changes over the years and exhibit several architectural styles the walls are original. It is a little off the usual tourist track but is worth looking at if you...More
It's a bit of a detour for those doing the Antico Milano route shown on the map that can be bought at the Museo Archeologico, but trust me, it is worth it. The church looks like something that time (at least the 19th century Milanese...More
This is a very interesting church as it has a long history since 4th AD.
I went with a guide and he explained to us many stories regarding the architecture, statues and carvings of the church.
Do read up prior to the visit or go...More
The only unique thing about this early 16th century church is that you enter it via a modern hall.
After entering the church itself, its age is revealed as even the reconstruction and renovations that were done in the church used the original building material...More
This historic church, dating from the 4th century, doesn't have many of its ancient features present. What is there is significant. Saint Ambrose ordered the building of the church in 386 and it sat along the Porta Romana, the 600m triumphal gateway into Milan on...More
The original building dates back from the 4th century. Much has been lost during the centuries and because of some renovations, but not the atmosphere of this church. From the outside it just looks like another church with another red bricks facade, but inside after...More
The pulsating core of Milan is in Centro. Duomo Square is enclosed by the gothic cathedral, the historic icon of Milan. However, shopping is what draws most crowds to this area. The classy and versatile Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II with luxury boutiques and high quality restaurants will turn any shopping or lunch expedition into a royal experience. Head to the rooftop of the flagship La Rinascente to enjoy the
view of the animated square with a panorama of the Duomo. The Corso Vittorio Emanuele II is the street for high-end shopping. Brands of all kinds and street artists attract the attention of all visitors; while at Via Santa Radegonda 16, Luini Panzerotti is a much appreciated street food shop providing unimaginable culinary experiences. If shopping takes its toll on you, consider visiting Castello Sforzesco, a 15th century castle housing several museums. Those looking to relax can go to Parco Sempione, where nature provides respite from the energy of this dynamic and international city.