This is a country map of Italy Welcome to Milan

The city exudes "Italian style"

Italy`s financial and fashion capital Milan has a cosmopolitan atmosphere, a vibrant cultural scene and sophisticated shopping venues. The glamorous and chic fashion capital of Italy, this modern city is also home to the greatest of opera houses La Scala, the world`s largest Gothic Cathedral, Il Duomo, and one of the most famous paintings in the world, Leonardo da Vinci`s,  Last Supper, housed in the Dominican convent of Santa Maria Delle Grazie. The home of fashion greats Armani and Versace, Gucci and Prada, Milan offers a vibrant nightlife with wonderful restaurants and bars in the Navigli district.

 

 

Examples

Below you will find a small example of things to do in this city.

Milan Duomo

Sightseeing

The Milan Cathedral

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The Duomo, Cathedral of Santa Maria's Nativity is one of the most famous monuments in Italy and Europe. This is one of the largest church buildings in the world. The five-aisled cathedral is 157 meters long and 109 feet wide. The large, colorful stained glass windows of the choir are also among the largest...

 

Hotels

Brunelleschi Hotel 4 ****

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This stylish hotel in the middle of Milan, is just a short walk from the Duomo and La Scala opera house. The best shops (via Montenapoleone) are found here within walking distance. The hotel has 177 elegant rooms, a restaurant and cocktail bar with Sat-TV/WIFI/WLAN/Safe/air-conditioners, and is decorated...

 

Annual Events

Italian Formula One Grand Prix-Monza

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The greatest motorsport show on earth, dont miss the F1 Italian Grand Prix at Monza on the 9th September.

 

Shopping

Via Montenapoleone

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Via Montenapoleone, is the most luxurious shopping streets of Milan. Here you will find the flagship stores of leading fashion brands. Via Montenapoleone is considered the most expensive street in Milan. Who ever wants to go shopping here, should have a well-filled purse. However, it is well worth coming...