MILAN: the city of fashion, the appetizers, the business city, no doubt, is the London, Paris, New York “MADE IN ITALY”.

We have the keys to open the city, to you to choose your preference, we can suggest many tours based on your passions.

What to do, what to see, some tips:

Expo Milano 2015

is the Universal Exhibition that Milan, Italy, will host from May 1 to October 31, 2015.
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And between the old and the new advances, here are the necessary stops for a discovery of the city in the round: here are the must-see places to visit in MILAN.

 

IL DUOMO 
Built over four centuries, from 1386 to the nineteenth century, in Lombard Gothic style, is the symbol of the city, with "La Madonnina" eighteenth century, in golden copper, work of Giuseppe Bini. Here is a brief history of the Cathedral of Milan and its Madonna:
Its terraces has an incomparable view of the city!

 

IL QUADRILATERO DELLA MODA (Shopping area)
Via Montenapoleone, Via Manzoni, via Sant'Andrea and Via della Spiga, It’s the fashionable heart of the city, together with the adjoining streets.
A bath of shopping between the windows of the big fashion houses. And close encounters with famous faces, always in the area ...

BRERA AREA.
The Academy of Fine Arts and the Art Gallery are the two highlights of this quarter somewhere between bohemian and chic.
With the street performers in the narrow streets, the cafes at night, and the inevitable fortune tellers ready to predict the future is a Brera district to visit at least once if you go to Milan.

 

LA PINACOTECA DI BRERA 
the top ten museums in Italy, thanks to the wealth of works by major Italian artists, from the thirteenth to the twentieth century. Some examples? The dead Christ of Mantegna, the Marriage of the Virgin by Raphael, Portrait of Moise Kisling Modigliani.

I NAVIGLI 
Until the nineteenth century were the port city and today are at the center of night life:
From Naviglio Grande, the most important with the Pavese Canal, came the barges (now converted into bars), with the marble needed to make the Duomo.

 

SANT'AMBROGIO Church 
After the Cathedral is the most important Christian monument in the city:
The basilica was built by Bishop Ambrose between 379 and 386, he has undergone several reconstructions, such as those made by Bramante in 1492 with the new parsonage and the renovation of the monastery.

 

 

LA GALLERIA VITTORIO EMANUELE II 
And central octagon, on the floor, the heraldic symbol of the Savoy and the coats of arms of Turin (the bull), Rome (she-wolf), Florence (lily), Milan (red cross).

 

IL CASTELLO SFORZESCO 
Was founded in 1368 as a fortress at the behest of the Visconti, the Sforza then turn it into one of Europe's most beautiful Renaissance residences.
Inside the Pietà Rondanini by Michelangelo and the Sala delle Asse frescoed with pergola Leonardo.

 

 

IL TEATRO ALLA SCALA 
2,015 seats for this Milanese institution, built between 1776 and 1778. The theater was destroyed during the Second World War, it was immediately rebuilt.
La Scala season usually opens on December 7, with the feast of St. Ambrose.  

 

CHURCH and DOMINICAN CONVENT of SANTA MARIA DELLE GRAZIE with "THE LAST SUPPER" by LEONARDO DA VINCI in MILAN .
They come from all over the world to see Leonardo's Last Supper, which depicts Christ with the Twelve Apostles at "the Last Supper" before his death. This masterpiece was commissioned to the renowned genius Leonardo da Vinci by the Duke of Milan, Ludovico Sforza. It's a universal masterpiece and take pride of place in the Refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, was built between 1494 and 1498. World Heritage by Unesco in 1980.

SOCCER MEAZZA-SAN SIRO STADIUM MUSEUM
You can live as protagonists the intense thrill of entering one of the most beautiful plants in the world, discovering the secrets, supported by experienced staff. The relics of the Museum then help to reconstruct the history written by the two companies in Milan in sports and beyond.
At San Siro each visitor has the opportunity to visit the places of the stadium normally inaccessible such as changing rooms, the mixed zone, the stands, one is able to cross the tunnel Champions and access to the lawn of the legendary Scala of football.

 

Unconventional common but not of low importance, we suggest you visit:
Four historic houses all located in the center of Milan:

BAGATTI VALSECCHI MUSEUM, is a museum house the result of an extraordinary story collector of the late nineteenth century, which has as its protagonists two brothers: the barons Fausto (Milan, 1843-1914) and Giuseppe Bagatti Valsecchi (Milan, 1845-1934). clonazepam without prescription

CASA BOSCHI DI STEFANO, a selection of about three hundred of the more than two thousand works of their collection, donated to the City of Milan in 1974.
The collection is an extraordinary testimony to the history of Italian art of the twentieth century - including paintings, sculptures and drawings - the first decade of the twentieth century to the late sixties.

 

 

POLDI PEZZOLI MUSEUM, from HOUSE to MUSEUM "I direct that my house and all the works contained in it become an Art Foundation to public use and benefit in perpetuity hill standards underway for the Pinacoteca di Brera."
Testament of Gian Giacomo Poldi Pezzoli, 1871.

 

 

VILLA NECCHI CAMPIGLIO, Built between 1932 and 1935 by the Milanese architect Piero Portaluppi, an architectural gem in the quietest of Milan.
Architecture, decorative arts, furnishings and collections express as a harmonious whole, the high standard of living of the owners, members of the upper class Lombard industrial.
Cultural heritage of the FAI