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The charismatic Bishop Ambrose (Ambrogio) - who defended orthodox Christianity against Arianism and later became Milan's patron saint - had this Basilica...

Piazza Sant'Ambrogio 15
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Built in 1552 to a design by Domenico Giunti, and intended to take the place of a Franciscan church the Spanish had destroyed to build defences, Sant'Angelo...

Piazza Sant'Angelo 2



Sant'Eustorgio, when he was still but a bishop, had this church built in the fourth century to house the relics of the Three Kings. The specific site was...

Piazza Sant'Eustorgio 1-3

Spazio Forma

Art, Attractions

Founded in 2005, Spazio Forma is the city's only space dedicated to photography. Exhibitions highlight the medium's history and practitioners; there are...

Piazza Tito Lucrezio Caro 1

Spazio Oberdan

Art, Attractions

This exhibition space designed by Gae Aulenti and Carlo Lamperti hosts art and design shows. The schedule at its in-house movie theatre is packed with...

Viale Vittorio Veneto 2

Teatro alla Scala & Museo Teatrale alla Scala

Critics' choice
Attractions, Museums, Theatre

If you can get hold of, or afford, a ticket to La Scala, opera-lovers worldwide will hold you in higher esteem. When the new season begins on 7 December...

Piazza della Scala

Triennale Bovisa

Art, Attractions

The structure may look temporary - scaffolding and sheets of plastic - but this Triennale outpost is here to stay. It was built on the cheap and to adapt to...

Via Lambruschini 31

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore


In 1497, Ludovico il Moro called upon Donato Bramante to expand what had been - before it was turned over to the Cistercian order in the late 15th century -...

Largo Gemelli 1

Villa Necchi Campiglio

Art, Attractions

Built between 1932 and 1935 to a design by architect Pier Portaluppi, the Villa Necchi Campiglio reopened in 2008 after three years of careful renovation....

Via Mozart 14