The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, iconic arcade in Milan, offers a particular path onto its roof. From where you can admire the city skyline, the
The former hospital strongly wanted by Francesco Sforza, Duke of Milan, in 1456. It is a masterpiece of Renaissance civil architecture, designed and built by
The Charterheuse of Garegnano is one of the artistic jewel of Milan, although is unknown to many people, even to the Milanese themselves. It was
This is the church of the ancient and powerful monastery of Benedictine nuns, also known as the Sistine Chapel of Milan for the wealth and
Since the IV century, the Basilica of Saint Ambrose is a fundamental point of reference for Milan. Second in importance only to the Duomo, its
One of the most important and significant Art Galleries in Italy. It exhibits one of the most famous collections of paintings mainly from Northern Italy.