Italy's Capital of Fashion

Milan, a global fashion and design capital, hosts iconic landmarks like the Duomo and La Scala. Known for its financial prowess, it’s a hub of high-end shopping and artistic vibrancy. Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” resides in Santa Maria delle Grazie, adding to Milan’s cultural allure.

Your new home will be as big as a city. Your keys will open the doors to Milan.

Parco Sempione will be your garden. Your terrace will be in the Triennale. And you will climb onto the roof of the Duomo. Then you will open up your windows on the Navigli. And you will meet your friends at the usual bar in the Colonne.

Live Milan

Seeing Milan

Milan has opened its doors wide for you; it’s time to get acquainted. Lose yourself in the Ticinese quarter, one of the oldest in the city. Enjoy a light-hearted walk about Brera or dig up the new trends in the Quadrilatero della moda. Do you want to take a look at contemporary Milan? You will find it in the quarters of Isola and Porta Garibaldi. And when you want to take a hop back into the past, enter one of the historical Palazzi to discover the artistic and architectural riches that have made Milan great.

> Visit the official website for Tourism in Milan

All the upcoming shows and exhibitions:

> MiGuidi

The most important museums:

> Palazzo Reale      > Castello sforzesco      > Museo del Duomo      > Cenacolo vinciano      > Teatro alla Scala      > Fondazione Prada
> Pinacoteca di Brera      > Triennale      > Mudec      > Museo del ‘900

Eating in Milan

Risotto alla milanese is yellow because it is made with saffron. Cotolette are steaks, breaded and then fried. Then there is panettone, the cake served at Christmas. You have already tried all the traditional foods of Milan? Then you have to dedicate yourself to something new. Like finding your favorite place for a Friday evening aperitivo, and the one for Sunday brunch. And maybe even the bookstore with the little café with pastries for an afternoon snack. Not to mention the ethnic restaurants, the hamburger bars. Ah, and the pizzerias.

Restaurants, trattorias: 

> TripAdvisor

Delivery services:

> Glovo      > Deliveroo      > MyMenu      > JustEat      > Ubereats

Getting around Milan

In Milan the pace is quick. Unless you are in via Torino on Saturday afternoon. But if you are tired of walking, you can always take a bus, a tram, or the Metro. The trolley-buses on the ring road are active all night, but maybe you’d prefer a taxi. Or Uber. If you feel like driving, there is car sharing, and when the weather is nice, you can pedal, because with BikeMi even the bikes are shared. A trip out of the city? From Central Station, the trains go everywhere.

Metro, tram, bus, taxi:

> Atm Milano      > Uber      > FreeNow     > AppTaxi      > InTaxi

Car sharing:

> Eplushare      > ShareNow      > Enjoy      > Zity      > E-Vai

Bike sharing:

> RideMovi      > Lime      > Tier      > BikeMi      >Voi      > Bolt

Scooter sharing:

> Cityscoot      > Ecooltra

Kick scooter sharing:

> RideMovi      > Bird      > Bolt      > Dott      > Helbiz      > Bit Mobility      > Lime      > Tier      > Voi


> Trenitalia      > Italo

Enjoying Milan

What are you looking for? You will find it. Yes, even the littlest bar in the world that only three people can enter at a time. If you are all wound up, let off some steam on the dance floor. Concerts are your daily bread? Milan is a stop for great international bands. Or if you prefer, you can join in on a jam session and improvise. When you feel like sitting for a while and chatting with friends, choose the area that is made for you: Lambrate for beer, Porta Romana for drinks, in Navigli you can have a cocktail, and then have a short walk and end up directly in the disco. The only rule is get out of your house: life in Milan is all outdoors.

Nightlife, music and event:

> Zero      > Fuorisalone      > Milano Fashion Week      > Piano city Milano

Are you ready to travel Milan and its surroundings?

The Duomo

The Duomo di Milano stands as a magnificent testament to Gothic architecture, dominating the skyline of Milan with its intricate spires and elaborate façade. Construction of this awe-inspiring cathedral began in the late 14th century and continued for centuries, resulting in a blend of styles, from Gothic to Neoclassical. Its grandeur is accentuated by the forest of spires, statues, and intricate details that adorn its exterior. The interior reveals a vast expanse of marble floors, soaring columns, and stunning stained glass windows, including the famed “Madonnina” spire, which has become an iconic symbol of the city. As one of the largest cathedrals in Italy, the Duomo remains a spiritual and cultural epicenter, drawing millions of visitors annually to marvel at its timeless beauty and historical significance.

The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci

Housed within the refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” is an unparalleled masterpiece of Renaissance art. Painted between 1495 and 1498, this iconic mural captures the emotional intensity of the biblical scene with exquisite detail. Due to its delicate condition, visitors must book tickets well in advance, as only a limited number of people are allowed to view it each day.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Often referred to as the “living room” of Milan, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is a magnificent 19th-century shopping arcade connecting Piazza del Duomo and Piazza della Scala. Its soaring glass roof, intricate mosaics, and ornate architecture make it a visual delight. Besides luxury boutiques and cafes, visitors can admire the stunning mosaics representing Europe, Asia, Africa, and America at its intersections, showcasing Italy’s imperial aspirations during its construction.

The surroundings
Lake Como

Nestled at the foothills of the Alps, Lake Como is a mesmerizing destination renowned for its natural beauty and charming lakeside towns. Varenna, with its colorful houses and scenic waterfront, offers a tranquil ambiance perfect for leisurely strolls and lakeside dining. Bellagio, often referred to as the “Pearl of Lake Como,” captivates visitors with its narrow cobblestone streets, elegant villas, and panoramic views. Como town, the lake’s namesake, boasts a picturesque historic center, a scenic funicular ride to Brunate for panoramic vistas, and the impressive Como Cathedral with its Gothic and Renaissance architecture.

Monza Park

As one of Europe’s largest walled parks, Monza Park provides a refreshing escape from urban life. Spanning over 685 hectares, the park offers lush landscapes, tranquil ponds, and diverse flora and fauna. The highlight of the park is the Royal Villa of Monza, a splendid neoclassical palace surrounded by English-style gardens, statues, and ornamental lakes. Visitors can explore the villa’s opulent interiors, including the sumptuous Royal Chapel and historical rooms showcasing period furniture, artworks, and artifacts.

Certosa di Pavia

Located a short distance from Milan, the Certosa di Pavia is a remarkable example of Lombard Renaissance architecture and artistry. Founded in the 14th century, this Carthusian monastery complex features a breathtaking facade adorned with intricate sculptures, reliefs, and decorative elements. The interior of the monastery showcases a harmonious blend of Gothic and Renaissance styles, with magnificent frescoes, ornate chapels, and a tranquil cloister. The adjoining museum offers a fascinating collection of religious artworks, manuscripts, and artifacts, providing insight into the monastery’s rich history and cultural significance in the region.

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