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Milan’s Cathedral

Among one of the most important (and majestic) Gothic buildings in the world, the church, constructed on and off over a period of 450 years (begun in 1386) is the symbol of Milan. Built in the shape of a Latin cross, ......

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Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper

The convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie hosts one of the most famous masterpieces of Renaissance art in Italy: Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper. This is a large mural painting in which Christ announces that he wi ......

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Castello Sforzesco

Castello Sforzesco was originally a Visconti fortress and later home to the mighty Sforzas, the rulers of Milan, who transformed it into a magnificent ducal palace, thought to have been decorated by several of the gre ......

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Situated in the centre of Milan, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is an extraordinary feat of architecture, an emblem of Milanese identity featuring a meld of beauty, art and luxury under an amazing glass roof

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GAM Modern Art Gallery

GAM Milan, Galleria d’Arte moderna di Milano, contains nearly 2.700 paintings and 700 sculptures created by some of the most internationally renown artists and sculptors.  This art gallery, inaugurated in M ......

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San Siro Stadium

The San Siro Stadium with a capacity of 80.018 seats all covered in its three tiered structure is the largest stadium in Italy and the fourth in Europe. It is the home stadium of two of the three most successful Itali ......

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The Navigli

The Navigli are a widespread network of canals whose history is linked to Leonardo da Vinci. An artist and an engineer, during his time in Milan from 1482 to 1499 he found fertile ground for his genius: in fact, he st ......

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Brera Art Gallery

Pinacoteca di Brera (Brera Art Gallery) is one of the most important museums in Milan. Its permanent collections offer a wealth of exceptional Italian and foreign masterpieces including Mantegna’s “Dead Ch ......

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Teatro alla Scala

For over two centurIes, a hallowed temple of Milanese music and opera. Designed by Giuseppe Piermarini and inaugurated in 1778, Teatro alla Scala was recently totally refurbished under the supervision of the renowned ......

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Sant’Ambrogio Basilica

The Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio is one of the most historic basilicas in Milan. Built under St. Ambrose (the patron saint of Milan) between 379-386 A.D., the church is a wonderful example of Romanesque style. Comp ......

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Novecento Museum

As one of the youngest museums in the city, lying adjacent to the Duomo, the Museo del Novecento hosts more than 400 20th century masterpieces of Italian and international art. Ranging from Pellizza da Volpedo t ......

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Milan’s New Children’s Museum, is of the same opinion as artist and designer Bruno Munari,“Playing is a serious pastime!”. Since 1995, despite not having a stable location, the museum has organ ......

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Milan, unlike New York, does not have its own Central Park or any huge green area where everyone meets. To make up for this, however, Milan boasts more than 80 public gardens, both large and small, many of them rich i ......

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Ancient Roman Milan

The greatest concentration of archaeological sites and landmarks of the ancient Roman Milan city can be found in the areas of Cairoli, Cordusio, Duomo, Cadorna, Sant’Ambrogio and Porta Genova. With an itinerary ......

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PANETTONE, typical Christmas cake

The traditional Panettone Milanese was originally a big bread, which before cooking a cross would be made with a knife, as a sign of blessing. The big bread was then consumed by the family solemnly reunited for the tr ......

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Shopping in Milan

When it comes to fashion Milan is one of the world's most important capitals, especially for its role within the prêt-à-porter category of fashion. The “Milanese” fashion style born at the en ......

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22 km from our HotelHistory is everywhere at Monza, which has been hosting the Italian Grand Prix since the 1920s. The old, banked oval track is still visible near the Monza circuit used today. The 5.7-kilometer ......

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56 km from our HotelBergamo is a medieval hilltop town that has been highly influenced by Venice style in an artistical and architectural way. Bergamo is divided into upper and lower town - Bergamo Alta - the hi ......

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Certosa di Pavia

60 km from our Hotel The Certosa di Pavia is a monastery and a complex, situated near a small town of the same name in the Province of Pavia, 8 km north of Pavia. Built in 1396-1495, it was once located on the ......

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Lago Maggiore

78 km from our HotelIt is situated on the borders of Piedmont, Lombardy and Switzerland and very close to the Alps. It is the second largest lake in Italy, after the Garda Lake. It is a relict of the wealthy pat ......

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Lago di Como

86 km from our HotelThe Lake of Como is another beautiful lake located very close to Milan. By the slowest train it just takes an hour to reach the lake from the city. It is also called “the star with the ......

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