In the last 20 years, places have open architecture and
interior are for rental with cheap price, built industry around Tortona made
this place become the magnet for designers, restaurants, museums , shops and
hotels. This area is known as a place of creativity, including the artwork from
David Chipperfield architect: a steel factory was transformed into a museum, a
visual arts center, an auditorium or more.
The only thing that can compete with the Big cathedral in
Milan symbol throne is the trams: they can run slowly, but they are the
cheapest means, you do not have to pay to go around the streets. Milan
currently has 17 tram routes, including the antique magnificent cars, these
vehicles have not upgraded as line 1 and line 5. The best way to go by trams is
to buy an open ticket called biglietto giornaliero at any newsstand or at
station. Price of this ticket is 4.50 EUR, including a travel day with buses,
trams and subway.
Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio
Located behind the walls near the castle is Sant’Ambrogio
basilica. It is named a 14th century cleric, who was later honored as patron saint
of Milan, this is the place makes Big cathedral be the second position. Inside
the solid red brick wall, there is a perfect artwork of the history, including
gold altar from the 12th century, where the saint mummy is kept.
Milan has struggled a lot to buy suburban industrial parks,
and in that area, there is an airy luxurious restaurant next to Triennale
Bovisa, the modern art museum. The restaurant’s menu is changed on the topic of
the museum, restaurant interior is designed elegant, it has unique live music.
17. Savoia luxury hotel
With classic and elegance beauty, this hotel is known as the
center of the republic. Guests will be impressed with the beauty of the hotel
right from standing at the door: traditional greeting in aristocracy style, the
luxury marble, delicate interior, great service, premium swimming pool and the
most luxury gym of city.
Inaugurated in 1990 at the industrial area near the city,
Corso Como is an oasis of high-end art, including an art gallery, a magnificent
bookshop, an exclusive clothing store, and a romantic garden cafe. There are
also private rooms for travelers.
Triennale di Milano
Founded in 2007, the first designing museum of Italia is
located in a building displaying all artworks of the city every 3 years. The
display of artworks includes pictures, products, interior and graphics from
around the world. The building also has a great cafeteria in the back with outside
tables and chairs on summer days.
Milan led Europe in the fight against Capitalism
drastically, and this is shown through the occupation of large industrial zones
and buildings. Leoncavallo is considered the neutral party, this place used to
be the biggest European party. It is expressed through graffiti art, jazz,
government opposition, theaters, and alternative food.
This building was the power center of the city, and it’s 1
km far away form the Big cathedral in the northwest. Built from the 14th
century by the Visconti family, the castle was transformed into a building to
store traditional properties in 1900s. It includes 12 museums and artworks from
ancient times to the Renaissance and many unique programs.
In the Milan and Paris fashion shows, Miuccia Prada, the Italian
fashion genius, continued to surprise the audience by her unique styles and materials
in fashion. Besides, she also showed her talent in designing traditional
suitcases, which was the traditional job of her family in the 1970s. This
collection includes riveted chests and suitcases in her store at Galleria
Vittorio Emanuele II building
Giacomo Arengario bar
Giacomo Arengario is a restaurant in Museo del Novecento,
this museum displayes the artworks in the 20th century, it was inaugurated from
December 2010, from here, you can see the Big cathedral square. There are a Tuscan
classic restaurant named Da Giacomo Arengrio and a shiny bar considered a
highlight Milan architecture of the restaurant.
San Siro stadium
San Siro stadium
Milan is home of two famous teams AC Milan and Inter Milan, the
stadium is 7km from the center of the city. It was completed in 1925 and was
extended at a cost of $ 60 million for World Cup 1990. At present, with 11
towers, the stadium can contain 80,000 spectators.
The mark of Giorgio Armani covers many clothing stores in
Milan, but his most strange and ambitious project is: Nestle chocolate factory
in southwestern will be built into the theater by Tadao Ando – the leading
architect of the world. Ando’s main office is located in Osaka, this city has
the same development and sophistication as Milan. Now, the deep color of Amarni
mixes with gray of Ando and both develope a new way for fashion industry.