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Its design and fashion heritage also lend the city a cosmopolitan personality you won’t find anywhere else..
You will soon realize that Milan is a culturally vibrant and stimulating city, keeping up a whirling economic progress, with a never ending desire to transform and renew itself.

Art, design, fashion, museums, exhibitions, historical monuments, trade fairs, international events, meetings and congresses, concerts, sport events … Milan is the venue of a number of artistic, cultural, political, and commercial international events.
Ancient and modern at the same time, its architectural beauties and art masterpieces, combined with a tasty cuisine and a lively nightlife make Milan one of the most preferred destinations for those travelling to Italy.

Located in northern Italy, Milan, capital of Lombardy, attracts each year a large number of visitors coming from all over the world. This charming and lively metropolis in fact perfectly satisfies all those who chose Milan for their vacation or a business stay or just for a week end. Milano offers to its guests entertainment and attractions.

Milano, fashion and design capital

Milano is characterized by its creative impulse. It fascinates and beckons artists, designers, architects, photographers and models, art or shopping lovers from all over the world.
Milan, will never cease to amaze and enchant you as every week there is something different popping up : internationally appreciated events, temporary exhibitions, concerts, trade shows, world fairs such as the Design Week or Furniture Fair, the Fashion Weeks and much more.
The charming old town center, studded with historic buildings and monuments, boasts its crown jewels such as the Cathedral, the Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the convent of the Santa Maria delle Grazie with the Last Supper painted by Leonardo, the La Scala Opera House, the Sforzesco Castle, the Brera Art Gallery, the Monumental Cemetery, Palazzo Reale and Palazzo Marino.

In Milano you might move from one restaurant to another and always go through a different culinary experience. Choosing a restaurant in Milano is not an easy task as you have too great a choice. This would be your main and only problem as what the Milano restaurants do offer satisfies the most demanding gourmets. Italian regional cuisine restaurants, ethnic restaurants, pizzerias, vegetarian and vegan restaurants, sandwich and piadina (a thin flat bread) shops, everything is available in Milano.
In the evening a lively and captivating nightlife mounts up. The Brera, Navigli, and San Lorenzo’s columns districts have become meeting places for tourists, students and all those who wish to have a good time after a workday. It has now become very popular in Milan to meet at the aperitif time, now called happy hour, with friends and colleagues in clubs, pubs, bars or cafés to live it up.

Visiting Milano in spring or summer when the Sleepless Nights are organized, is something unique. The transformation of the city in these nights, with the lights of the shops still open, the people going around, the public means of transportation in operation, and much more, give to Milan a unique, original, and charming atmosphere.

Apart from fashion and finance, in Milan soccer is very important and has evolved in a sort of religion.
Milano has two world famous soccer teams, Inter and Milan, that divide their fans in the Milano Meazza stadium, more commonly known as the San Siro stadium.
Leaving Milano and traveling towards north, you can reach in a bit more than 40 minutes Lake Como where, particularly in summer, it is possible to spend a pleasant day by freshening up in its cool waters while enjoying its charming, typically Italian, landscapes.
Close by Milano, Monza with the events organized within its famous car racing track GP MONZA, attracts visitors fond of motors from all over the world. Monza is known also for its beautiful park dominated by the Villa Reale (Royal Palace) where king Umberto resided in the past.