Milan Cathedral. The first day is perfect to visit this great monument and enjoy the wonderful views offered by its terrace. The cheapest and fastest option is the stairs, since there is usually a line through the elevator.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Maybe going shopping is not in our plans, we can not miss the opportunity to visit this spectacular gallery where the most sophisticated shops in the city.
Sforzesco Castle. We will reach it by Via Dante, one of the most important in Milan where there are many shops, cafes and restaurants. Once in the castle, we will find several interesting museums and at a very good price.
Sempione Park. This park offers a place to rest and eat something outdoors or we can also taste the Paniniotti de Luini at the Sforzesco Castle.
For the afternoon we have two options: we can dedicate it to transit the main commercial areas of Milan: Quadrilatero d'Oroand Corso Vittorio Emanuele II or head towards the Brera Art Gallery to contemplate the works of Caravaggio and Rafael, among many others.
Navigli. A good option to end the day is to have a snack in Navigli, specifically in the Spritz of Ripa Porta Ticinese street, 9.
The Cimitero Monumentale. There are several trams and buses that can take us to this place, an essential visit in Milan. Then we will take the subway at Garibaldi F.S and we will arrive at Cardona station, which is very close to our next stop.
Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. A few minutes from the Cardona station, we will find the Church that houses Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper (although to be able to visit this room, prior reservation is necessary).
Basilica of Saint Ambrose. A spectacular work of architecture that we can reach by taking the Via San Vittore on the left.
After these stops we can also visit the Church of San Maurizio and the Ambrosian Art Gallery or San Lorenzo Maggiore and the Big Naviglio’s canal.