Feast Your Eyes On Artistic Masterpieces In Milan

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Walk down the plastered streets of the old city. Milan will welcome you and seduce you with stories about love, fashion, art and history. You will feel the heartbeat of the city trembling beneath your feet.

Milan is a city of museums and fashion. Pinacoteca di Bieeara is an art museum of modern Italian art form the 13th to the 20th century which you must see if you are a lover of art. The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci is kept in the church of Santa Maria della Grazie. If you want to see this Renaissance artistic work you must make a reservation sometimes months ahead but it will definitely be worth it. Your story of Milan shall continue as you visit the home of Leonardo Da Vinci’s patron, Ludovico il Moro Sforza. It is called Castelo Sforzescko and was built in the 15 century. Today it has many interesting museums and archives for tourists.

Cimitero Monumentale is the resting place of famous Italians such as the composer Verdi. It is one of the biggest and most beautiful cemeteries in Italy. There are around 6000 sculptures there which make it a type of an open air museum.

Find time to sit down at a lovely restaurant and be taken away by the flavours of the creamy pasta. Feast your eyes, ears as well as your mouth with the flavour of Milan.

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This is a city considered to be the fashion capital of the world. The fashion street in Milan is often visited by famous people, actresses, singers, politicians and many more.

The greatest designers have fashion boutiques here in Milan. Armani, Missoni, Chanel Versace and Prada will dress you up for a bigger sum of money than usual, but it will make you feel like a real movie star. The football fans also have something to see and visit here. They can visit the San Siro Stadium, and AC Milan and FC Internazionale which are one of the best football clubs in the world. If you are interested in a more leisure day, visit the Idroscalo, it is a lake which is usually visited by the local population.

The Duomo is the only gothic cathedral in Italy. It took 500 years to construct it but it’s certainly a breathtaking illustration of the power of the church. You should also visit the train station, Milano Centrale which is one of the 4 largest train stations in Europe. The 200 year old La Scala Opera House is the place where you can treat yourself with a quality music experience. Although the tickets are pretty expensive it’s definitely something you will not regret doing.

Milan has excellent public transportation, but people also get around using cars, taxis, metro, trams and the subway. Whichever transportation you choose, try to enjoy it the best way you can. Also, Milan offers a great number of airport transport options, such as metro, bus, car rental or Milan airport transfer services.