A masterpiece of flying buttresses, 135 spires and 3200 statues, Milan’s Gothic Duomo is truly breathtaking to behold.


Sforzesco Castle

The Sforzesco Castle is one of Milan’s most important landmarks. It long served as a symbol of power for local and foreign rulers. At the start of the early twentieth century the castle was saved from demolition and now houses a number of civic museums.


Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio

The Basilica of St. Ambrogio is one of the oldest and most important churches in Milan.



Basilica S. Maria delle Grazie

Santa Maria Delle Grazie in Milan is a magnificent church and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


The Last Supper

The Last Supper, the unrivalled masterpiece painted between 1495 and 1497 by Leonardo da Vinci, whose work was to herald a new era in the history of art.


San Siro Stadium

The temple of soccer game in Milano



Brera Pinacoteca

The Pinacoteca is the main museum of Milan, and one of the most important of the world for its prestigious collections of ancient and modern painting

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Palazzo Reale

Originally the seat of Milan’s government from medieval times through World War I, today Palazzo Reale is a flourishing center of arts and culture in Milan.

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele

One of the most fashionable places in the very center of Milano