The Duomo, founded in 1386 and dedicated to the Nativity of Saint Mary, is one of the greatest and most fascinating churches worldwide.
One of the main symbols of Milan and its history, the Sforza Castle is a large fortified complex now home to important museums, archives and libraries.
One of the most famous paintings in the world, the Last Supper was painted by Leonardo da Vinci between 1494 and 1497.
The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele Il is a sumptuous covered passageway in the shape of a cross, 196 metres long, and an emblem of Milanese identity,
The Teatro alla Scala is one of the most prestigious theatres in the world, home to leading artists of opera, ballet and classical music.
The Brera district is one of the liveliest areas of the city, still maintaining a characteristic athmosphere that summons its past.
The San Siro Stadium is one of the most famous sports facilities in the world and has become a football legend over the years.
The Navigli system - artificial and navigable canals in Milan - reminds us that the city's history is closely linked to water, even if it is not a city of sea, river or lake.
The Montenapoleone district is located a few steps from the Duomo, between Via Montenapoleone, Via Manzoni, Via della Spiga and Corso Venezia.
Porta Nuova is a vibrant, futuristic neighbourhood that overlooks some of Milan's most traditional districts: Garibaldi, Brera and Isola.
Discover Milan's main shopping streets and trendy districts: let's combine between ‘cultural’ and ‘shopping’ itineraries to get the most out of both.
If well planned, you can visit some of Milan's landmarks and museums in one day and savour the best of the local cuisine.
From the incomparable Last Supper to the Codex Atlanticus pages, an artistic itinerary through the streets of Milan to discover the Leonardo da Vinci places.
Only 30 minutes from Milan, Lake Como offers a unique beauty of landscape, history and lifestyle all year round.