Milan’s affluent lifestyle, vibrant nightlife, football, opera and fashion shopping makes it one of the most sought after tourist destinations of the world. Milan is renowned for its celebrated fashion streets. It is equally rich in housing many magnificent historical monuments – The Duomo, the Gothic cathedrals and Castello Sforzesco to name a few.
1Santa Maria delle Grazie is home to Leonardo da Vinci’s celebrated Last Supper. Saint Ambrose is a gigantic and stunning Byzantic/Romanic church that has been mostly damaged in World War II bombings.
2Sempione Park is a neoclassical style scenic garden adorned with lake and open green space, a tower and a sports’ amphitheatre.
3Giardini Pubblici is a 18th century park area housing fountains and water, statues and rockeries, a museum and a planetarium.
4You can watch AC Milan or FC Internazionale playing football at the celebrated San Siro Stadium.
5Visit the Piazza del Duomo. This popular area expresses the cultural and social heart of Milan.
6Milan is a fashion trendsetter. Amongst the most popular Things to do in Milan is shopping in fashion paradise. Shop at Golden Quadrilateral Via Montenapoleone which are Milan’s premium fashion streets boasting of some of the best names in fashion world and some of the trendiest designer stores.
7Milan has plenty of night spots where you can enjoy and have fun. The avenue Corso Como is full of nightclubs and bars.
8Navigli area, along its water canal, houses numerous open air cafes, restaurants and small pubs.