The Basilica of Sant’Eustorgio is one of the holiest sites of Milan. Here they are preserved part of the relics of the Three Wise Men.
Buried in the Monumental Cemetery there are the most important and well-known characters who made Milan great. Here are buried the Italian writer Alessandro Manzoni,
The Navigli canals are the intricate system of canals. Their building started in the Middle Ages, until later the canals completely embraced Milan. In the
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
Among the many museums inside the Sforza’s Castle, the most intimately bound to the history of Milan is the Museum of Ancient Art, which collects
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.