Maybe you already know that Milan is Italy's capital of fashion and design. The old structures and buildings between bars, shops and restaurants are a perfect mix for a traveller. Leonardo da Vinci’s 15th-century masterpiece “The Last Supper”, Duomo cathedral, Pinacoteca Brera, Fondazione Prada are some of the must-sees. Beyond all the historical places and museums Milan is also full of beautiful parks, airy boutiques and neighborhoods with different story telling.
Those who look beyond the glamour will discover a city that strides out in style.
Where art meet the streets..
The Navigli district surrounding the city’s historic canals is a prime one-stop destination for all day entertainment.
Stay tuned for part 2 with suggestions about food and accommodation!