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Where to go Milan
Where to go in Milan, where to go in Italy and visit the best places in Milan.

Where to go in Milan, Italy and visit the best places in Milan. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

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Tip 1: Cathedral of Milan: the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. It took 500 years to build it. 135 spires and 3200 statues adorn the duomo roof and you can take an elevator (or climb the stairs) to the rooftop for a close-up view as well as magnificent views of the city below.
Tip 2: Santa Maria della Grazie and Da Vinci's Last Supper: The 15th century Convent of Santa Maria della Grazie houses Leonardo Da Vinci's famous fresco, the Last Supper. Although the building was bombed in 1943, the fresco survived.
Tip 3: La Scala Opera House and Museum: Teatro alla Scala, or La Scala, is one of Italy's top historic opera houses. La Scala's museum has a collection of musical instruments and portraits and busts of musicians and you can view the auditorium from boxes and the backstage area.
Tip 4: Galleria Vittorio Emmanuelle II: is a huge glass-roofed shopping arcade lined with elegant shops, bars, and restaurants. Inside are mosaics with the symbols of the cities forming the newly united Italy.
Tip 5: Shopping: Milan the top fashion city and a good place to shop. Streets were you can shop till you drop: Via Dante between the Duomo and Castle, Corso Vittorio Emmanuelle II near Piazza della Scala, and via Monte Napoleone near the Duomo. For exclusive fashions, head to the area around via della Spiga called the Quadrilatero d'Oro or Golden Quadrangle.
Tip 6: Brera Picture Gallery: a top art Museum, housing a collection of over 600 works from the 14th through the 20th centuries including works by top artists such as Raphael, Piero della Francesca and Bellini.
Tip 7: Walk in the park: Milan has several large parks where you can relax or stroll peacefully. Parco Sempione and the Giardini Pubblici are two nice parks just outside the historic centre.
Tip 8: Sforza Castle: inside this castle there are several museums and has a beautiful courtyard that serves as a local park. The museum houses Michelangelo's last sculpture, the Rondanini Pietà.
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