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Milan is Italy’s fashion and design capital, where old-world romance, history and urban grit live together in harmony.
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The heart of the city is the Duomo, an important example of late-gothic architecture. Do not miss to stand on the roof of the cathedral: here you can take in a panoramic view of the urban skyline. The nearby Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the archetype of shopping malls, is one of the most famous examples of iron architecture in Europe.
You should visit the Palazzo Reale, a masterpiece of neoclassical art and an important exhibiting area hosting national and international exhibits, as well as the Duomo collection, and Palazzo Marino, a 16th century work of residential architecture.
If you love art, you must see the UNESCO World Heritage Site Chiesa Santa Maria Della Grazie, that contains the mural of The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci.
The Castello Sforzesco should be seen, a most important and glorious Renaissance example, as well as the Accademia di Belle Arti, an art gallery containing masterpieces by Mantegna, Tintoretto and Caravaggio.
Milan is a city rich in history, but at the same time it looks to the future: Stefano Boeri’s “vertical forest” residence is covered by trees and plants, in order to regenerate urban biodiversity.
Are you a shopping lover? This city is recognised as one of the world's most important fashion capitals and it is the headquarters of historic Italian fashion brand. The Quadrilatero d’Oro – golden quadrilateral – is an essential destination for luxury shopping, but every street in the city is rich in shops and boutiques. During the fashion week the city dons its most glamorous appearance and becomes irresistible both for fashion lovers and for visitors who just want to experience the most exclusive venues.
In this city there is always something to do: take the yellow tram, one of iconic symbols of Milan, and discover all the events that awaits you. It is possible to watch opera, ballet and classical music at the Teatro alla Scala, and the next day you can look a football match at San Siro Stadium or enjoy the romantic side of the urban life by walking along the canals of the Navigli.
Milan has much to offer: this city will surprise you!