Your Quick Guide To Milan

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Your Quick Guide To Milan

1. Duomo Di Milano

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In the heart of Milan, incredibly fascinating historical and artistic setting Duomo di Milano is a must visit. The breathtaking architecture marvel took nearly six centuries to complete. It is the largest church in Italy and the fourth largest in the world. The Cathedral, the Baptistery, and the Treasury can all be visited, but the most beautiful part of visiting the Duomo is getting a chance to walk on the rooftop. From here you can have the most spectacular views, can see the flying buttresses, spires, and can witness the most amazing sunset and sunrise views over Milan. You can even see the Alps on a clear day.




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The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is an elegant nineteenth-century shopping arcade, which houses some of the most luxurious boutiques in Milan. It was built between 1865 and 1877, is formed by two arcades shaped like a Latin cross covered by a glass and iron dome. The most popular tourist destination, Galleria is always crowded with the shoppers in the city, the reason due to the prominent location of the mall, which is between the two of the main monuments in Milan, Duomo, and the Teatro Alla Scala. Marvelous architecture and the most prestigious brands make it the paradise for the riches.




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3. Must try Italian Pizza In Milan

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Food lovers in Milan, can’t go without trying the most delicious Italian food, and the Italian Pizza with some wine. So don’t forget to brunch or dine in some of the best restaurants in Milan, La Sala del Vino, Sapori Solari, Marina Sul Naviglio, and Fabregas Bistrot Cafè.




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Italians take their soccer seriously, the most famous San Siro stadium is named after a Saint to whom a little church was dedicated nearby, has been a gift from AC Milan president to the city of Milan. The stadium cost around 5 million Italian Lira and the most popular tourist attraction, especially for football fans.




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5. Sforzesco Castle & Sempione Park

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Castello Sforzesco is a huge castle, which is built on the remains of a 14th century fortification, now it houses several art museums and a beautiful library, this huge castle will might take half of your day but even if you only have a day in Milan, taking a stroll through the castle and the Sempione park nearby is worth a visit. 




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6. Street Shopping In Milan

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There are various weekly and street shopping options in Milan, where you get the really good copies, fashion and antique stuff at very reasonable prices. There are chances that you might also get the first copies of original brands as well. So don’t miss the street shopping in Milan as that is also too classy. 




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