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  • Milan Cathedral

    The largest Italian Gothic cathedral was under construction for 600 years. Its grandeur and elaborate artworks are simply breath-taking!

  • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

    An absolutely stunning example of Art Nouveau architecture. Built in 1877, it belongs to the oldest shopping galleries in the world.

  • Sforza Castle

    Sturdy buildings formed into a magnificent castle complex. Its purpose changed across centuries and now it houses museums and collections.

  • La Scala

    Hugely reputed opera house built in 1778 which is a star attraction of Milan's artistic scene. Book tickets ahead to see a performance here.

  • Milano Centrale Railway Station

    A magnificent building which opened in 1931 and is nowadays the busiest train station in Milan. It's a terminus of high speed lines.

  • Church of Holy Mary of Grace

    An inconspicuous church which hides a jewel inside – the mural of The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. Inscribed in the UNESCO list.

  • Via Monte Napoleone

    A fancy boulevard which overflows with high-end boutiques, prêt-à-porter stores, HQs of famous designers and shoe-maker shops.

  • Arch of Peace

    This Neoclassical triumphal arch marks one of the city gates of Milan. Note its basreliefs and statues!

  • Royal Palace of Milan

    The former royal palace dating back to the Middle Ages is now used for various cultural events. It houses three exhibition venues.

  • Simplon Park

    A large and tranquil city park surrounded by several major sights. See the lake here, feed ducks or let your kids enjoy the playground.

  • Via della Spiga

    One of the four streets which make up the Quadrilatero della Moda district. Look for boutiques such as Prada, Bulgari, Tiffany and Moschino.

  • The Middle Finger

    Created by the famous sculptor Maurizio Cattelan, this controversial art piece depicts a raised middle finger in front of the stock market.

  • Naviglio Grande

    The canal served as an important water supply for the city and route for trading in the past. Nowadays it makes for a great area to stroll.

  • Brera Art Gallery

    Come see wonderful Italian paintings ranging from the Renaissance period to modern art. Spare enough time for your visit.

  • Basilica of San Lorenzo

    This basilica built in the 4th century is a great example of Byzantine architecture. Notice the Colonne di San Lorenzo in front of it.

  • Corso Buenos Aires

    Spending all day here shopping is not a problem at all! There are more than 350 boutiques, outlets and stores to choose from.

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