Things to do in Milan
Lake Como, only 50 kilometres from Milan, offers landscapes, charming villages, and exclusive villas. Get to know its most interesting places.
The San Siro is something of a rarity in the world of football, in that it is the home ground for two rival teams from the same city: Inter Milan and AC Milan.
Milan’s striking Duomo is one of the most magnificent monuments in all of Italy. This cathedral is a must-see in the city of fashion.
Lake Garda is the largest freshwater lake in Italy, a place where the Milanese escape to enjoy its abundant nature.
Pavia is one of the most eye-catching medieval cities in northern Italy and exploring its streets and discovering its dozens of artistic monuments is an utter delight.
Milan is a great city for eating out thanks to a wide variety of high quality, elegant restaurants. But as always, everything comes with a price.
Lake Maggiore is one of the most magical places in northern Italy, and provides a fabulous excursion from Milan.
Located in the centre of Milan, the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie is a must see for a da Vinci masterpiece.
It is well worth visiting Milan to see Da Vinci’s The Last Supper, or Il Cenacolo Vinciano. We discuss the painting’s history and its artistic excellence — and reveal its secret code.
Among Italy’s Alpine massifs, the Dolomites steal the show with their peaks reaching over 3,000 metres, their spectacular landscape, and their plant and animal life.