About Milan

Milan, a metropolis in Italy's northern Lombardy region, is a global capital of fashion and design. Home to the national stock exchange, it’s a financial hub also known for its high-end restaurants and shops. The Gothic Duomo di Milano cathedral and the Santa Maria delle Grazie convent, housing Leonardo da Vinci’s mural “The Last Supper,” testify to centuries of art and culture. The cathedral shares the central Piazza del Duomo with the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. This glass-roofed, 19th-century arcade is now home to luxury shopping and upscale cafes serving classic Milanese food such as risotto and osso buco veal stew. Milan’s cultural scene centers on the 18th-century Teatro alla Scala opera house and the Pinacoteca di Brera gallery, which houses centuries of Italian painting by artists such as Titian and Caravaggio. Twice a year the Quadrilatero d'Oro fashion district buzzes when catwalks take over neoclassical palaces for the famous Milan Fashion Weeks.
Milan Cathedral

Milan Cathedral is the cathedral church of Milan dedicated to the Nativity of St Mary, it is the seat of the Archbishop of Milan, currently Archbishop Mario Delpini. It is the largest church in Italy and the second largest in Europe and the fourth largest in the world. There are 3,400 statues, 135 gargoyles, and 700 figures that decorate Milan Duomo more than any other building in the world.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is Italy's oldest active shopping mall and a major landmark in Milan. The Galleria is named after Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of the Kingdom of Italy. The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II contains upscale brands such as Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and others. It houses numerous well-decorated restaurants, including some of the oldest establishments of Milan such as Cafe Biffi, founded in 1867.
Sforza Castle

Sforza Castle or Castello Sforzesco was built in the 15th century by Francesco Sforza the Duke of Milan who transformed it into a magnificent ducal palace thought to have been decorated by several of the greatest artists of the times including Donato Bramante and Leonardo da Vinci. It now houses several of the city's museums and art collections. Inside the complex, in addition to the splendid collections of ancient and modern art and richly decorated furnishings, you can also admire Michelangelo’s Pietà Rondanini and the Sala delle Asse featuring an amazing vault decorated with frescoes designed by Leonardo da Vinci.
La Scala

La Scala is an opera house in Milan where many of Italy's greatest operatic artists and the finest singers from around the world have performed at La Scala. The theatre is regarded as one of the leading opera and ballet theatres in the world and is home to the La Scala Theatre Chorus, La Scala Theatre Ballet, La Scala Theatre Orchestra, and the Filarmonica della Scala orchestra.
Santa Maria Delle Grazie

Santa Maria delle Grazie is a church and Dominican convent in Milan and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The church contains the mural of The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, which is preserved inside its refectory. The perfect and sophisticated architecture of the church is attributed to Bramante along with Da Vinci’s The Last Supper, which are symbols of Renaissance Milan, as well as of a new era in European art history.
Pinacoteca di Brera

Pinacoteca di Brera is the main public gallery for paintings in Milan. It contains one of the foremost collections of Italian paintings, an outgrowth of the cultural program of the Brera Academy, which shares the site in the Palazzo Brera. The Brera Observatory hosted the astronomer Giovanni Schiaparelli for four decades, and the Orto Botanico di Brera is a historic botanical garden located behind the Pinacoteca.
Royal Palace of Milan

Royal Palace of Milan was the seat of government in the Italian city of Milan for many centuries. Today, it serves as a cultural center and it is home to international art exhibitions. More than 1,500 masterpieces are on display annually and it regularly hosts modern and contemporary artworks and famous collections in cooperation with notable museums and cultural institutions from across the world.
Cimitero Monumentale di Milano

Cimitero Monumentale di Milano or Milan Monumental Cemetery is the 2nd-largest cemetery in the city and the final resting place of wealthy people and families such as Brunis, Bernocchis, and Camparis. It is noted for the abundance of artistic tombs and monuments. The vast cemetery is an open-air museum featuring Italian sculptures, elaborate obelisks, and massive tombs commemorating the dead.
Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci  

Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia "Leonardo da Vinci" in Milan is the largest science and technology museum in Italy and is dedicated to Italian painter and scientist Leonardo da Vinci. The museum, in the ancient monastery of San Vittore al Corpo in Milan, is divided into seven main departments. Each of these departments has laboratories especially for children and young students.
Colonne di San Lorenzo

Colonne di San Lorenzo or Columns of San Lorenzo is a group of ancient Roman ruins, located in front of the Basilica of San Lorenzo in central Milan. The colonnade, consisting mainly of 16 tall Corinthian columns in a row, now fronts an open square. One of the medieval gates still has some Roman marble decoration in place.
Best Time To Visit Milan

The best time to visit Milan is from April to May and from September to October when the temperature is pleasant.

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