Milan Travel Guide

Milan is recognized as the capital for fashion fanatics. This gives Italy the image of a fashionable country. Milan also plays a role as the major financial centre of Italy. Moreover, Milan is an excellent shopping spot for window shoppers and true shoppers. The people of Milan represent style, vivacious environment and arrays of food.

The impressive Castello Sforzesco intersects the Piazza del Duomo at the northern area of Via Dante. More than a few museums and a number of eye-catching sculptures are the features inside the Castello Sforzesco. For tourists who had enough with culture and history, Parco Sempione is the most recommended green area where environment lovers gather the most.
Piazza Del Duomo is the centre of Milan’s economic activities and the place features a glorious cathedral of the 14th Century. The Piazza del Duomo is considered as one of the largest domes and has a spectacular gilded copper sculpture of the Museo Del Uomo and Madonna. Other major religious places of interest are The Last Supper, which was painted by Leonardo Da Vinci. The Last Supper is restored safely and displayed to restricted numbers in the hall of the Convetto Di Santa Maria Delle Grazie.

Milan has a desirable music and opera scene. Down with a 200 years history museum, Teatro all Scala has become the world’s most notorious centerpiece. Milan’s main attractions are markets, malls, and shopping boulevards that are scattered everywhere. On the other side of Milan, tourists can drive to Lake Maggiore and Pavia area.

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