Let’s go and discover Milan together! Milan, the world capital of fashion and design, is a metropolis in northern Italy and is the capital of Lombardy.
Milan is the university city for excellence. Young people from all over Italy come here to study, attracted by one of the 7 universities in Milan: the Università Statale, the Politecnico, the Bocconi University, the Catholic University, the Bicocca University, the San Raffaele University and the IULM/NABA.
Surely one of these is for you!
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Top Spots in Milan: Piazza Duomo
It is the vital center of the city, a meeting point for celebrating important events is attached to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II destination for visitors and tourists from all over the world.
The “Madunina” stands out in the sky of Milan. No one can deny the beauty of this cathedral. You have to know that it is the third-largest Catholic church in the world in terms of surface area (after San Pietro and the Cathedral of Seville).
How can we not be enchanted in front of this monument?
For the presence of elegant shops and clubs, the “Galleria” is often regarded as one of the first examples of a shopping center in the world.
Il Castello Sforzesco
The Castello Sforzesco is a fortification that rises in Milan just outside the historic center of the city. Today the castle is home to civic museums and since the late nineteenth century houses one of the largest art collections in Milan.
Next to it, there is Sempione Park, one of the largest and most beautiful parks in the city.
Parco Sempione is a very relaxing green corner, where both tourists and residents can relax on the hottest days. The only drawback is that the trees only cast their shade in the gardens, while most of the streets of the park remain constantly exposed to the sun.
Metro: Cadorna, line M1; Cairoli, line M1; Lanza, line M2.
Bus: lines 18, 50, 37, 58, 61 and 94.
Tram: Lines 1, 2, 4, 12, 14 and 19.
Train: F.S. Milano Cadorna.
- La Triennale di Milano (190 m)
- L’Ultima Cena di Leonardo da Vinci (898 m)
- Museo Archeologico di Milano (903 m)
- San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore (910 m)
It is one of the most central train stations in the city, it is very easy to walk to the Castello Sforzesco and is only one metro station from Piazza Duomo.
Cadorna FN station is a subway station, interchange between the lines M1 and M2.
At the end of the twentieth century, the square underwent a heavy urban restructuring designed by Gae Aulenti, with shelters and the installation in the center of the square of a sculpture that represents a giant needle, thread, and knot to symbolize the industriousness and industriousness of the city.
Via Torino and the famous Colonne Di San Lorenzo
Among the many locations in Milan, few can boast of the ambivalence of the Colonne di San Lorenzo. A tourist setting during the day thanks to its location in Corso di Porta Ticinese, halfway between the Duomo and the Navigli. It is also very populated in the evening by young people, thanks to the many clubs and the cheap prices.
In any case, the Colonne di San Lorenzo remains one of the most popular attractions for those who want to spend a quiet evening with friends.
Milan is the city of shopping and via Torino is the shopping street of Milan for excellence. But is also to take a walk in the center of the city.
The charming Viale Majno near Porta Venezia
We are in one of the most expensive residential areas of the city, wherein some buildings a single square meter can cost up to 20 thousand euros.
If you are a lover of buildings covered with climbing plants, Viale Majno is the place for you. Here you’ll find an entire facade covered in green, which in autumn is tinged with a thousand different colors, from yellow to red.
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