Unlock the magic of Milan

Milan is a vast, modern city which plays an important role as an Italian economic and industrial hub. However behind this industrious veneer lies a city steeped in history, culture and fashion.

Attractions in Milan

The Theatre la Scala
An iconic theatre built in 1778 which has consistently held the most famous opera and ballet performances.
Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie
This Dominican convent is a world heritage site which contains the mural of Da Vinci's "The Last Supper".
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
One of the world's oldest shopping malls, this vast emporium is known locally as "Milan's drawing room".
Milan Cathedral
This spectacular Gothic cathedral, took 600 years to build. With Napolean finishing the facade in 1805.
Piazza Mercanti
"Merchants square" is former epicentre of the city where swords, hats and suits of armour were once sold.
Sforza Castle
The ruling Sforza dynasty's residence for centuries, now holding some of Milan's most important artistic work.
Da Vinci's The Last Supper
Da Vinci's iconic mural depicts the moment Jesus realises that he will be betrayed by one of his disciples.
Brera Palace
A neoclassical structure containing the Pinacoteca di Brera, an art gallery showing Milan's most famous work.
Quadrilatero d'oro
The local name for the four streets that contain the world's most famous up-market shopping district.
Museo Poldi Pezzoli
Founded by Gian Poldi Pezzoli this art museum holds a wide variety of Italian and Northern European work.
San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore
A royal chapel built in the 16th Century, with stunning frescos that often go missed by tourists.
Museo Bagatti Valsecchi
Originally the Bagatti brother's house, it contains Renaissance furnishings, tapestries and art works.


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