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Situated in the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie church, Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper is one of the most reproduced paintings in the history of art and an iconic must-see.
One of the most prestigious shopping arcades in Italy, Vittorio Emanuele Gallery’s glass roofed structure houses a range of traditional cafés, bars, and bookshops, as well as the legendary Prada boutique.
The Brera Art Gallery holds some of Italy’s most important art collections, featuring masterpieces by leading Italian artists from the 13th to 20th century. The area around the gallery is one of the most charming areas in the old part of Milan and is still renowned for its bars, clubs, restaurants, and nightlife.
Built in 1368, Sforza Castle underwent several transformations in the 14th century, before emerging as a splendid ducal palace. The castle features a library, various collections, including Egyptian mummies, and some frescoes by Leonardo da Vinci.
Inaugurated as a temporary replacement of La Scala during its restoration, the Arcimboldi Theatre is now an acclaimed location in its own right for arts performances.
Only a five-minute walk from the five-star Hotel Principe di Savoia, the up-and-coming Corso Como area has a host of exciting bars, restaurants, and clubs to visit.
The Navigli district, south of Milan, is dominated by two canals, and you will find many of Milan’s most popular aperitivo bars and nightclubs here.
Milan is also a great destination for sports fans. On Sundays, between September and May, Italy’s San Siro stadium hosts games involving Milan’s world-famous football teams: AC Milan and Inter Milan. For motorsports enthusiasts, Monza’s historic racing circuit is only a few miles outside Milan and hosts the Formula 1 Grand Prix each September.