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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Attractions, Shops

The magnificent Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II isn't known as il salotto di Milano (Milan's living room) for nothing. It connects piazza del Duomo with...

Between piazza del Duomo & piazza della Scala
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Giardini Pubblici

Attractions

As corso Venezia takes you away from the built-up areas of the city centre towards the built-up areas of its outskirts, you'll notice the green expanse of...

Museo dell'Ottocento

Art, Attractions, Museums

It's little wonder that Napoleon chose to live here in 1802, followed by the Austrian field marshal Count Joseph Radetzky. This recently restored...

Villa Belgiojoso Bonaparte
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Museo di Milano e Storia Contemporanea

Art, Attractions, Museums

Fully renovated in 2002, the 18th-century Palazzo Morando Attendolo Bolognini is at once a living museum exhibiting the Countess Bolognini's collection of...

Palazzo Morando Attendolo Bolognini
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Navigli Lombardi

Attractions

If you fancy spending an hour cruising the canals, Navigli Lombardi organises a tour that takes in the ancient washhouses of vicolo dei Lavandai and San...

Alzaia Naviglio Grande 4

Palazzo della Ragione

Attractions

The courtyard of the Palazzo della Ragione - also known as Broletto Nuovo (from brolo, an old word denoting a place where justice was administered) - is one...

Piazza Mercanti
Tags: Square

Palazzo Marino

Attractions

Although you can't enter the Palazzo Marino (it's been the city government HQ since 1861), you can enjoy its interesting history from all four sides. The...

Piazza della Scala 2

Palazzo Reale

Critics' choice
Attractions

A mansion of utter opulence, and host to a swath of world class art shows. Recent big hitters have included a Canova exhibition, a Francis Bacon portrait...

Piazza del Duomo 12
Free

Parco Sempione

Attractions

Parks are rare in Milan, and this 47-hectare (116-acre) expanse behind Castello Sforzesco is the city's biggest. Since its 1996 clean-up, it has become a...

Free

Planetario Ulrico Hoepli

Attractions

A gift to the city from publisher Ulrico Hoepli, this planetarium was built in 1930 by Pietro Portaluppi in faux-classical style. Projections take place in...

Corso Venezia 57

San Babila

Attractions

Standing out like a sore thumb in the midst of the post-war architecture of piazza San Babila is the church that gives the square its name. The original...

Corso Monforte 1
Free

San Bernardino alle Ossa

Attractions

One of Milan's most bizarre attractions, the San Bernardino alle Ossa's ossuary chapel manages to create a freakish sort of beauty from a bone-chilling...

Piazza Santo Stefano
Free

San Carlo al Corso

Attractions

Considered to be the final work of the neo-classical movement in Italy, this church was begun in 1839 and completed in 1847. It stands on the site of Santa...

Piazza San Carlo
Free

San Fedele

Attractions

This imposing baroque church is the Milanese headquarters of the Jesuit order. It was designed by Pellegrino Tibaldi in 1569 as an exemplary...

Piazza San Fedele
Free

San Francesco di Paola

Attractions

Displaying an almost divine sense of irony, this charming baroque church constructed by the Minimi fathers (a particularly ascetic Franciscan order founded...

Via Manzoni 3
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