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  • Sirmione

    If you're staying in Milan, Venice, Verona or any other city in the north of Italy and looking for a day-trip that combines on-the-beach style relax, exploration of little typical Italian burgs with lots of delicious food and little picturesque streets, history, art and...

    0 by Emma, in What to do Milan, 26 days ago
  • Quartieri Porta Nuova - Porta Garibaldi - Isola

    Progetto Porta Nuova has undoubtedly allowed the restructuration of a vital area in Milano. But what stands now as the skyline of Milano will still see several additions in the near future, as the area is very much still under a full rehabilitation! The key aspects have...

    0 by Catarina, in What to see Milan, 2 months ago
  • Monumental Cemetery

    The Monumental Cemetery of Milan This place, where the richest people rest amongst works of art, will remind you that you can't buy life, but rather you just get into debt with it. Despite everything that can be related to a cemetery, this one is more like an open air...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Milan, 6 months ago
  • Duomo

    Milan is one of the most underrated cities in Italy, but I've lived there for one year and I can confirm it is a gem. It's full of amazing food, world-reknown fashion and dozens of places to visit. The Duomo is just the most famous. When you arrive and you see it you...

    0 by Daniela, in What to see Milan, 7 months ago
  • Simplon Park

    Simplon Park is located in Milan's old town, just behind the Sforza Castle, around a fifteen minute walk from the Duomo Cathedral. It's one of my favourite areas in the city and one of the parks that I have liked the most during my time spent in Europe. It's an enormous...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Milan, 11 months ago
  • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

    The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is located in the Piazza del Duomo in Milan, Italy (right next to the Duomo Cathedral). This gallery is famous for its beauty. I didn't know that it was a shopping centre, I thought it was actually an art gallery and that you even would...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Milan, 11 months ago
  • Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore

    This church is located in Milan city centre, around 15 minutes from the Duomo Cathedral and about 10 minutes away from the Sforza Castle and the Simplon Park. I wanted to talk to you about this church because it is very famous in Milan for its interior. In fact, it...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Milan, 11 months ago
  • Sforza Castle

    Sforza Castle (Castello Sforzesco) is located in the historic quarter of Milan. This castle, along with Simplon Park (which is located just behind it), was the place that I liked the most during my visit to Milan (in addition to the Duomo and the Galleria Vittorio...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Milan, 11 months ago
  • Navigli

    Navigli is an area close to the canals in Milan, surrounded by plenty of cozy cafes and bars, perfect to spend evenings in. Italy is known for their culture of aperitivo and spending evenings dining together, enjoying meals, drinks, and long conversations for hours. You...

    0 by Karolina, in Where to eat Milan, one year ago
  • Magnum Pleasure Store

    Magnum Pleasure Store, as a name suggests, is an amazing experience involving delicious ice cream and a lot of belgian chocolate. Just by looking at the pictures, I wish I could go back there! It is a good alternative to traditional Italian gelato. It is not only...

    0 by Karolina, in Where to eat Milan, one year ago
  • Villa Necchi Campiglio

    Villa Necchi Campiglio is an astounding 1930s  villa, designed by the finest architecture of the ' art déco'. It is a villa designed for one of the wealthiest families in the area in the name of elegance and modernity (many  small things, like the systems to call the...

    0 by Giulia, in What to do Milan, one year ago
  • Ostello bello

    As a Milanès,  this is hands down, my favourite place in town. It is as the same time the hall of an hostel, a pub, a concert venue... and a comfy living room. I usually come here with my friends for a beer ( 3 euros approx for a beer, 4,5 for a spritz, slightly more...

    0 by Giulia, in What to do Milan, one year ago
  • Blender

    When I was doing my Erasmus in Milan, we usually went there for "Aperitivo". Near to the no. 54 bus stop, it's is easy to reach and it's one of the few places where I could try a variety of good appetisers and drinks. I recommend getting a Mojito (which in many places...

    0 by Tomás, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Milan, one year ago
  • Where to eat cheap close to Duomo

    Duomo is without any doubt the most visited place in Milan. On weekends everything is full of tourists everywhere you look, and it's normal, it's really impressing. If you are not rich and you can't pay any of the restaurants in Vittorio Emanuele galery where the most...

    0 by Patricia, in Where to eat Milan, one year ago
  • Milan Cathedral

    Milan Cathedral, better known by its Italian name, the Duomo, can be found in the Piazza del Duomo. It's one of the most beautiful cathedrals that I have seen, and it's also one of the most famous. The name "Duomo", is very characteristic of churches in Italy; it means...

    0 by Emily, in What to see Milan, one year ago
  • Cimitero Monumentale di Milano

    It might sound weird to some people to say “I went to visit a cemetery” (at least for me it does because I never usually go to cemeteries for “fun” or just to walk around). A cemetery is most likely not the first place that you will think of visiting when you go...

    0 by Aurélie, in What to see Milan, one year ago
  • Pirelli HangarBicocca

    Pirelli HangarBicocca is an contemporary art gallery living inside an industrial-plant-converted-to-gallery. It houses one permanent exhibition of Anselm Kiefer'sI Sette Palazzi Celesti and other spaces for the ever-changing-super-awesome artistic programmes. It is...

    0 by Joddy, in What to see Milan, one year ago
  • Milan, Italy

    Milan, Italy Milan is wonderful and busy city in Italy, which is well know for fashion. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in central Milan, which is a beautiful old building, is an amazing area for shopping. This place is very famous among ladies. But I must say that, even...

    0 by Crazy, in What to see Milan, one year ago
  • Bosco Verticale

    Bosco Verticale is one of the landmarks in Milan. I first heard about it from a friend. She told me that it is a must seen building in Milan for an interior architect. I went to Porta Garibaldi railway station. When you get out of the station you see these two green...

    0 by İklime, in What to see Milan, one year ago
  • Ottımomassımo

    Finding a good place to drink good coffee in Milano is not that hard=)But sometimes it is hard to find a calm place as there are always a lot of tourists and so much crowd the streets. If you ever try to find a calm cafe in the city center for studying or reading book...

    0 by İklime, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Milan, one year ago

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