What to see Milan
Thanks to the immense cultural heritage, a holiday in this fascinating city not only means shopping and entertainment, but it is also interesting to visit museums, art galleries, churches and much more.
Among the many attractions we highlight the following:
- Sforzesco Castle: Built by the Visconti family in the 13th century for defensive purposes, the Sforzesco Castle was renovated and modernised two hundred years later by the will of another great Milanese family, the Sforza, who transformed it into a permanent residence.
- Duomo of Milan: Undoubtedly the key attraction of the city. Located in the middle of the square of the same name, every year is visited by millions of tourists, who admire the wonderful white marble facade and the very tall spires at the top.
- La Scala Theatre: One of the most famous opera houses in the world, which hosted the best artists on its stage. Even if you are not passionate about music or ballet, visiting it is a unique opportunity for the beauty of its interiors.
- Brera Art Gallery: The pictorial wonders housed in this art gallery, make it undoubtedly one of the inevitable stops. It is the most important museum in the city and contains invaluable works by Hayez, Mantegna, Raffaello and many other famous artists.