What to do in Milan?

Cathedral of Milan, Italy


Milan Cathedral is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and become the most popular tourist attractions in Milan. Construction began in 1386 but its completion took almost 500 years. This cathedral has 135 towers and 3,200 statues that adorn the roof of the cathedral. You can use an elevator or climb the stairs to take a closer look of the roof and a great view the city below. Piazza del Duomo, the square where the cathedral is the center of the historic center of Milan. In this square there is also a statue of Vittorio Emanuele and housing Palazzo Reale, the Duomo Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Sforza castle


The castle is located near the center of Milan Milan and unlike many other castles, you do not have to climb the hill to reach this place. Inside the castle you can see the palace artifacts and architectural details art of Michelangelo’s last sculpture. There was also a museum of ancient art, a collection of musical instruments, parts of Egypt and prehistoric archaeological museum.

Opera House and the Museum of La Scala


La Scala, is one of Italy’s historic opera house. Attending an opera at La Scala is a peak experience for fans of opera, but you must book tickets in advance. La Scala Museum has a collection of musical instruments, drawings, sculptures and musicians you can see the auditorium of the box and backstage areas. The museum is open daily from 9:00 to 17:30 am local time. La Scala is famous tourist attractions in Milan, Italy.

Gallery of Vittorio Emanuele II


Gallery Vittorio Emanuele II was built in 1867. This place has huge glass roof and the inside lined elegant shops, bars and restaurants. Inside this place there is also a mosaic with the symbol of the new cities of the united Italy. This gallery built in the shape and cross-link the square of the Duomo and La Scala. This gallery’s name comes from the name of the first king of Italy. This gallery connects two of Milan’s most famous landmark is the Duomo and the Teatro Alla Scala.

Santa Maria della Grazie and Da Vinci’s Last Supper

To see the painting of the Last Supper you have to pass through the entrance on the left of the church in the Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie. This place is open from Tuesday-Sunday from 8:00 to 19:30 pm local time.