Very close to the Sforzesco Castle, we find Sempione Park, a huge English-style garden, with an artificial lake, large lawn, as well as several kiosks with bar service and 4 spaces reserved for dogs.
Not only is it a place to rest and relax, but you can also enjoy monuments such as the Arch of Peace - built to commemorate the triumph of Napoleon - or museums such as La Trienal, which offers events and exhibitions on music, Architecture and art.
The Ticinese Gate is one of the most renowned places in the city, as it is surrounded by its most distinctive places. On the one hand, we find the Ticinese river, which is what gives its name to this gate, which, centuries ago, was part of the city walls. On the other, its surroundings provide great moments of leisure thanks to its shops, restaurants and markets. In addition, at night, it is possible to enjoy a party atmosphere thanks to its nightclubs.
Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery
The Milan Salon or Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery is a commercial gallery designed in the 19th century, which in addition to being a spectacular glazed dome construction and beautiful mosaics spread between the floor and its sides, has inside the most important stores of the city. Brands such as Prada, Gucci and Louis Vuitton are located within this building along with historic cafés such as the Campari Bar and a peculiar Mc Donald’s, whose black and gold tones are in perfect harmony with those of the rest of the gallery.
In addition, according to legend, the shield of the Savoia family is capable of bringing us luck if we take a complete turn over the bull, with the right foot and eyes closed.
It consists of five streets that make up a quadrilateral. This area is one of the most important places in Milan when it comes to fashion. In the Quadrilatero its are the most sophisticated and expensive stores in the city among which we find brands such as Dolce & Gabanna, Dior, Cavalli, Armani, among others. It is a place whose streets and facades are very well maintained and full of details.
Piazza Gae Aulenti
This square, whose name is due to the famous Italian architect, is the most modern on this list. Inaugurated in December 2012, it is located between the historic center and the city's financial districts. In it we can enjoy the incredible views of the 231 meters of the highest tower in the city of Italy, the Unicredit Tower, within which the Italian bank Unicredit is located. Another essential place The Vertical Forest, consisting of 2 large towers covered with 2000 species of plants that give it a very peculiar appearance.
Also noteworthy is the Corso Como, one of the busiest streets in Milan for its shops, restaurant and bars, with which it connects through a pedestrian walkway. It has a lot of shops, bars and restaurants.
This neighborhood stands out for its two great channels: Naviglio Grande and Naviglio Pavese. A century ago they stopped being used as a means of transport and are currently part of a place where you can enjoy boat-restaurants, terraces and markets of regional cuisine and books.
Known as "luxury bohemia", in this neighborhood you can find many outdoor cafes, bars, exclusive shops, churches and restaurants.
In the Brera neighborhood we can find important churches, in addition to the Palazzo and the Pinacoteca de Brera. Also of special importance is the Botanical Garden, the Antiques Market and the Risorgimiento Museum.
Giuseppe Meazza Stadium
It is the largest football stadium in all of Italy. It is normally used to play football finals in Europe, but they have also been held in the boxing championships and musical concerts of international artists such as David Bowie or Mandonna.
In addition, its facilities serve as a museum to see objects related to the history of local clubs.
La Scala Theater
Built in the 17th century, it has undergone several renovations due to damage caused by wars and other disasters. It is currently one of the most famous opera houses in the world, in which we can enjoy great shows and visit its museum, which houses not only photographs and costumes of the history of the theater but also objects of artists such as Chopin, Verdi , Puccini and Mozart.
Luna Europark amusement park
Luna Europark Park has been around since the 70s and offers from exciting attractions like its Roller Coaster to The Hall of Mirrors. Inside there are also establishments where you can enjoy hamburgers and ice cream, among others.
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