Address: Via San Vittore, 21, 20123 Milano MI, Italy.
If you an art lover, this is the first place you must visit. This is the largest science and technology museum in Italy itself and you can understand the past, present and future of Science and Technology. You can find largest collections of important art work of Da Vinci and if you are visiting in a holiday there are number of exhibitions and interactive workshops, special events, guided tours etc are available.
Address: Piazza Castello, 20121 Milano MI, Italy.
This 15th century castle and after various renovations, it becomes one of the largest citadels in Europe and attracts millions of people every year. This castle was the seat of rulers of Milan; mighty Sforzas. It was used as a military complex and later became the headquarters of Milan?s Civic Museums. Renaissance architecture used for the construction and it has an attractive guard tower and an amazing fountain in front of the Castle.
Address: Piazza del Duomo, 20122 Milano MI, Italy.
This is a popular pilgrim destination and one of the most visited attraction in Milan. The stunning architecture attracts number of people towards this and a surprising fact is that it took nearly 600 years to complete the construction. Different types of architectural styles were used includes Gothic, Neo-classical, Italian Gothic and Gothic revival styles. This was the seat of Archbishop of Milan.
Address: Piazza del Duomo, 20123 Milano MI, Italy.
Your visit to Milan wouldn?t be complete without visiting the oldest shopping mall in Milan; that is Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. This was designed by Guiseppe Mengoni in 1877 and Renaissance Revival architecture was used for construction. It has numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, hotels etc and this is a common meeting place in Milan for people.
Address: Corso Magenta, 15, 20123 Milano MI, Italy.
If you are an archaeology lover want to know the history of Milan, this is the perfect place. The museum is divided in to two parts consists of History of ancient Milan in the first part and art works and sculptures in the second part. It has temporary exhibition rooms, ancient Greek section, early Middle Ages and Etruscan sections to explore.
Address: Via Filodrammatici, 2, 20121 Milano MI, Italy.
Visiting this opera is a best choice of spending a fine evening by enjoying the art performances from renowned artists over here. It has comfortable seating capacity for visitors and you will be provided guided tours. This is a place where most of the renowned musicians, greatest operatic artists of Italy were performed here. The theatre has good sound quality systems, good improved structure, improved stage etc all together will give you a fantastic experience here.
Address: Piazza Sant'Ambrogio, 15, 20123 Milano MI, Italy.
This popular Church is located in Northern Italy was built by St. Ambrose in AD 379 and considered as one of the oldest structure in Milan. By visiting this church you will be able to understand the religious history of Milan and it has amazing interior decoration includes groin vaults in ceilings, clerestory windows, the apse displays with 13th century mosaic and this Church has two large bell towers.
Address: Piazza del Duomo, Milano MI, Italy.
This is an important Piazza in Milan; it is located at the heart of Milan. It attracts visitors with some important art works and sculptures. At the centre of this, you can see a beautiful statue of Vittorio Emmanuel; he is the first king of United Italy. This is rectangular in shape and you can find most of the prominent building surrounded by it.
Address: Piazza Sempione, 20154 Milano MI, Italy.
You can spend some relaxing moments with your family at the largest park in Milan, Sempione Park. It spreads around 38.6 acres and located at adjacent to Sforzesco Castle. This park was established in 1888 and grown as the popular public park in Milan. You can find a museum with a watch tower, where you can enjoy the panoramic views of the city, an aquarium, sports stadium, Napoleonic arch, ornate fountains and many beautiful sculptures.
Address: Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie, 20123 Milano MI, Italy.
This is a church cum Dominican convent opened in 1497 attracts visitors with this stunning architecture. Gothic and Renaissance architecture was used for construction and the highlight of this Church is that you will get opportunity to see the masterpiece of the great artist Leonardo da Vinci, ?The Last Supper?. This is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a must visit pilgrim centre in Milan.