1.        Big cathedral

Description: Big cathedral

Big cathedral

This magnificent church has Gothic domed architecture. It is the 3rd largest church in Europe (after St. Peter Cathedral in Rome and Big Cathedral in Seville). In addition, it is the highlight for center square and this city. Big cathedral was built in 500 years and owned 3,500 art statues, 135 pyramidal towers straight to the peak. Visitors can go to these towers by elevator or stairs.

2.        Gucci fashion shop

“Whoever said money could not buy happiness did not know where to shop” – said Bo Derek actress. All shopaholics in Milan know the word “Montenapo” - a phrase by Monte Napoleone, the most famous road in fashion triangle of Milan city. This is the paradise for the Gucci stores, along the street is the shop of Roberto Cavalli, D&G, Prada, Valentino and Versace, at the end of the road is Giorgio Armani main stores and new hotel.

3.        Necchi Campiglio villa

Description: Necchi Campiglio villa

Necchi Campiglio villa

This villa was built for textile magnate in the 1930s, this is one of the greatest palaces in Milan architecture still exist now. You will admire the delicate interior when visiting it; in the yard there is a beautiful swimming pool; paintings and restaurant. This villa was the great context for the movie I Am Love of Tilda Swinton star.

4.        Berri-Meregalli castle

Description: Berri-Meregalli castle

Berri-Meregalli castle

Designed by Giulio Ulisse Arata in 1913, this is example of modern Milan architecture. The castle is located in famous area, where is known as the peaceful territory (Zone of Silence). It is the mixture of Gothic, Renaissance and Liberty architecture, there are full of art mosaics, paintings, and sculptures, including famous masterpiece: “Winged Victory”. Across the street is a large garden, there are beautiful flamingos after the fence.

5.        Bar at Four Seasons

Description: Bar at Four Seasons

Bar at Four Seasons

Located near the center of the Montenapo, the fashion triangle of Milan, Four Seasons is a small hotel from the 15th century, it was transformed into one of the best hotels in Milan. It is located between Monte Napoleone della Spiga area, the Four Seasons hotel has the most rooms in the city, each room has a different design. In addition, the hotel is also famous by a romantic piano bar.

6.        Casa Sola-Busca

Description: Casa Sola-Busca

Casa Sola-Busca

Another modern artwork located in Zone of Silence area is a sculpture called the entry-phone, which is designed like a giant ear, this artwork is placed in front of the building near Serbelloni area. Sculptor Adolfo Wildt (1868-1931), master of marble sculpture, has also designed a black marble bust of Mussolini and Madonna. The smooth contours of these sculptures are reproduced in ET film of director Steven Spielberg.

7.        Camparino in Galleria

Description: Camparino in Galleria

Camparino in Galleria

Located in the large square, near the Big cathedral, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is the most famous bar in Milan recently. It is known by the name Zucca, but the Galleria bar has opened in since 1867. The bar’s interior is considered historical buildings with mosaics, chandeliers made of bending iron, the bar has delicate engraving.

8.        La Scala

Description: La Scala

La Scala

Known as the home of opera in the 200 years, La Scala was inaugurated in 1778 and became a symbol of Italy opposing the rule of Austria in the 19th century. Recently, the building is added a tower and rehearsal rooms, and is extended the front. La Scala has entered a new era under the hands of talent director and artist Stephane Lissner.

9.        Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Description: Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

The building is outstanding with a high dome of stone, glass and bending steel, it connects the region of Big cathedral and La Scala. The building was built by a British company named City of Milan Improvement Company, and was inaugurated by the King Vittorio Emanuele II in 1867. Before being known as a crowded shopping district, it used to be the place for the operation of opponents during 140 years. Today, the people here often argue about the behavior of the government in what is called the drawing room of Milanese.

10.     Mercanti square

Description: Mercanti square

Mercanti square

That is the medieval central square of the city and is well preserved after centuries. Located in square area with Loggia degli Osii Square, the ancient town hall building, where from the balcony, the mayor will speak to people. In addition, there is Palazzo della Ragione (Palace of Reason), which hosted the Caravaggio festival in 2010. Leaving the Caravaggio Cathedral area, walking down the Mercanti area, you will see the street on the right, while the large square is in the left.

11.     The canals

Description: The canals

The canals

Milan has an interlaced canal system, the main trade route between the city and rural areas. Most canals has disappeared, the rare existing canal is Darsena - the channel has existed in two last decades and has become a crowded area for dining, antique shopping with average price, or simply the place for people to watch the water. This region is located in the southwest of the center and can go from Porta Genova by train.

12.     Stazione Centrale

Description: Stazione Centrale

Stazione Centrale

Central train station was devastated when Mussolini turned it into the expansion of the fascist and national pride. As a result, in 1931, the station has collapsed due to the longer wars. A great renovation of the station took place and completed last year, brought new vitality to the station with convenience stores, including the famous Feltrinelli bookshop

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