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Attractions & Sightseeing

Duomo

The Duomo of Milan is the main cathedral of the city, located in the central square of Milan, Piazza del Duomo. With its volume of 440.000 m³ and nave height of 45 meters, it is the largest and the second tallest church in Italy. The Duomo is valued as one of the most substantial Gothic constructions in the world.

Last Supper

The Last Supper (L’Ultima Cena in Italian), as one of the masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci, is an important artwork. As one of the most well-known artworks in the world, this fresco can be seen on the wall of the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie Church. Since it is quite hard to buy tickets outside for a visit to the church, some tours are operated to organize the trip in the best effective way possible.

Sforza Castle

The Sforza Castle is considered to be one of the most important constructions in Milan. This castle, from where the Sforza family ruled the city, became the center of many museums and it is an excellent choice for history and art enthusiasts. Sforza Castle is a great attraction point with its historical texture and architectural structure.

Navigli Canals

Undoubtedly, the first thing that comes to people's mind when someone says aperativo is Navigli. Aperativo starts with having some drinks. During the aperativo, you will be served appetizers from the open buffet and charged only for the cocktails you drink. Since Italian people are quite warm and friendly, somehow they had created their own way to spend time together. Navigli district is the most famed location when it comes to the aperativo.

La Scala Theatre

La Scala (or Teatro Alla Scala) is one of the most famous opera buildings located in Milan, Italy. It has become a tradition for the new season to start on the 7th of December which is the day of the St. Ambrose. For the classical music and opera fanciers, the tradition of La Scala goes on for centuries.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, established in 1877, is the oldest mall in Italy. If you are fond of wandering for shopping, there are many worldwide famed stores waiting for you in this antique mall. Even if you are low budget travelers, it deserves a look for its architecture.

Brera District

The Brera District can be defined as the old Milano where many Italian restaurants line up one after another and allow you to taste spectacular Italian dishes. Moreover, a pretty famous ice cream store called Amorino that serves flower-shaped ice creams comes as an essential stop.