The largest Italian Gothic cathedral was under construction for 600 years. Its grandeur and elaborate artworks are simply breath-taking!
An absolutely stunning example of Art Nouveau architecture. Built in 1877, it belongs to the oldest shopping galleries in the world.
Sturdy buildings formed into a magnificent castle complex. Its purpose changed across centuries and now it houses museums and collections.
Hugely reputed opera house built in 1778 which is a star attraction of Milan's artistic scene. Book tickets ahead to see a performance here.
A fancy boulevard which overflows with high-end boutiques, prêt-à-porter stores, HQs of famous designers and shoe-maker shops.
An inconspicuous church which hides a jewel inside - the mural of The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. Inscribed in the UNESCO list.
A large and tranquil city park surrounded by several major sights. See the lake here, feed ducks or let your kids enjoy the playground.
The former royal palace dating back to the Middle Ages is now used for various cultural events. It houses three exhibition venues.
Come and see wonderful Italian paintings ranging from the Renaissance period to modern art. Spare enough time for your visit.
This Neoclassical triumphal arch marks one of the city gates of Milan (Porta Sempione). Note its basreliefs and statues!
Lovely botanical garden which spreads across 5000 m² and prides itself on more than 300 different plant species. A tranquil oasis.
An impressive venue that presents contemporary art and design. A must-visit if this is your cup of tea.
A magnificent building which opened in 1931 and is nowadays the busiest train station in Milan. It's a terminus of high speed lines.
The museum offers insight into the history of various 20th-century artistic movements. See Futurist, Spatialist and Arte povera artworks.
One of the four streets which make up the Quadrilatero della Moda district. Look for boutiques such as Prada, Bulgari, Tiffany and Moschino.
A famous Milanese pastry shop which was established in 1888. It is beloved for its great Panzerotti which is always served fresh.
Created by the famous sculptor Maurizio Cattelan, this controversial art piece depicts a raised middle finger in front of the stock market.
The canal served as an important water supply for the city and route for trading in the past. Nowadays it makes for a great area to stroll.
This basilica built in the 4th century is a great example of Byzantine architecture. Notice the Colonne di San Lorenzo in front of it.
A notable church mainly due to its old origins (consecrated in 379) and unusual appearance. The Romanesque interior is worth seeing.
Spending all day here shopping is not a problem at all! There are more than 350 boutiques, outlets and stores to choose from.