Monuments and atractions

Duomo di Milano (Cathedral of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary) - Gothic cathedral, the fifth largest in the world. You will find this impressive structure and symbol of the city right in the middle of the city. The first cathedral was built here already in the 4th century.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II - a luxurious shopping arcade connecting the Duomo and the La Scala theater. It offers exclusive shops, cafes and restaurants in an elegant environment. They completed the construction in 1877 – it became a model for many European arcades. Among the brands represented, we can name, for example, Prada, Armani, Versace and others.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Milano Centrale Station - one of the largest and most famous European railway stations. This impressive station handles around 300,000 passengers every day!

Castello Sforzesco Castle - built in the 15th century, it served as the residence of the Sforza family. Leonardo da Vinci also worked on interior decoration. Today, you can view art collections here, including the unfinished Pietà sculpture by Michelangelo.

Sforzesco Castle
Sforzesco Castle

Leonardo da Vinci's Naviglio - the first canal connecting Milan to the sea across the Ticino river was dug already in the 12th century. Leonardo da Vinci then designed a system of locks in the 15th century that improved the functionality of the entire system. Today, the canal system is unfortunately in disrepair, but walking along the banks is still a popular attraction.

La Scala - one of the most prestigious theaters in the world was inaugurated in 1778 with Salieri's opera L'Europa riconosciuta. The auditorium can accommodate 2,800 spectators.

Brera Art Gallery (Pinacoteca di Brera) - Milan's main art gallery with a collection of Italian Renaissance and Baroque masters, including Caravaggio and Raphael.

Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie - one of the most famous churches in Milan. The famous fresco "The Last Supper" by Leonardo da Vinci is located in the refectory of the attached monastery.

The last supper
The last supper (AI)

Biblioteca Ambrosiana - the second oldest public library in the world (opened to the public in 1609) contains rare books, manuscripts and works of art.

Bosco Verticale (Vertical Woods) – lovers of modern art and nature should not miss this skyscraper overgrown with trees and plants. You can walk to it from the center in half an hour and you can relax or have a snack in the adjacent park.