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Ca' Granda (Università degli Studi di Milano)


Now home to the arts, history and law faculties of Milan university, Ca' Granda began life as a hospital and hospice. It was Francesco Sforza who set out to...

Via Festa del Perdono 5

Castello Sforzesco/Civici Musei del Castello


After the Duomo, the Castello Sforzesco is Milan's main attraction - not least because of its 12 mini-museums and archives running all the way from...

Piazza Castello
FreeMajor venue



Standing proudly on the piazza del Duomo, the third largest church in Christendom (outdone only by St Peter's in Rome and Seville's cathedral), the Duomo is...

Piazza del Duomo
FreeMajor venue

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
FreeMajor venue

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

Palazzo Marino


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

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

San Giorgio al Palazzo


Founded in 750, San Giorgio was rebuilt in 1129 and heavily reworked in the 17th and early 19th centuries. Among the neo-classical trappings are a baptismal...

Piazza San Giorgio 2

San Vittore al Corpo


The church and former monastery of San Vittore al Corpo grew up around the mausoleum of Emperor Valentinian II, who died in 392; parts of this ancient...

Via San Vittore 25

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