Travelling to the fashion metropolis and wondering where to stay in Milan? These top 5 neighbourhoods suit all interests and are ideally located within reach of the best and popular sites for visitors.
Painstakingly preserved, the miraculous painting of Leonardo’s Last Supper attracts hundreds of visitors for just 15 minutes …
While any day is an enjoyable day in Italy’s fashion capital, day trips from Milan will lead you to adventures exploring captivating medieval cities, cultural gems and simple, beautiful lakeside towns where moments are frozen in time.
Milan at a glance is a quick overview of what to expect and what you need to know when visiting one of the most travelled cities in Europe
Milan Centrale Station is no ordinary Station, for sure! Its imposing, grandiose architecture has sculptures of winged horses, lions, bulls and eagles adorning its roof. The only thing you must not forget to do is to Look Up!
An elegant Neoclassical architecture stands gallantly at one of Milan’s oldest city gates surrounded by lush green oasis. The Arco della Pace is freely accessible and one not to miss!
A perfect haven in the midst of a bustling metropolis, Parco Sempione offers much more than tranquility. Here is a guide on the unmissable 5 attractions within the Park not to miss.
Sforza Castle and Museums is an oasis of art and culture. Home to some of the best museums that tells the stories of the city’s past. Surrounded by splendid grounds of lush green and tranquility, it is a destination not to miss when visiting the fashion capital of Europe.