Best Things To Do In Milan, Italy

Milan is the capital of is the Lombardy region and the second largest city of Italy.  About 50 churches, 50 museums, 25 squares, and approximately 20 basilicas are situated in the city. Almost all types of tourists will find how to spend their time in Milan.

There are plenty of sights for cultural tourists in Milan. They can enjoy the beauty of one of the most famous murals The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci in Santa Maria delle Grazie, which is one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. They will be impressed by the greatness and beauty of the Duomo Cathedral, Castello Sforzesco, Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio, etc.

Eco-tourists can experience nature in picturesque parks and gardens, by the city’s water bodies and in the aquarium. One of the most beautiful parks, Sempione Park, is situated near the Castello Sforzesco. Another one, Basilicas Park, connects Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio with Basilica of San Lorenzo and Colonne di San Lorenzo.

Shopping tourists can find everything them need in Milan. Fashion lovers should visit one of the first passage malls in Europe, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Those who need unique and special furniture may attend the most important furniture trade fair Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano, which is held every April. If you need some artistic shops, fancy boutiques, silk and leather shops, you should survey via Paolo Sarpi (Chinatown) and the Navigli District.

There are also a lot to do for leisure tourists in Milan: cruise through the Navigli District, enjoy its romantic areas, try Cotoletta alla Milanese and one of the most delicious and glamorous ice cream in the world, etc.

Rental24H created an infographic that gathers the most popular sights, attractions, and activities in Milan, Italy.

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