All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Sights and landmarks in Milan
The largest urban area in Italy, as well as the country’s industrial, fashion and financial heart, Milan’s beauty can at times be overshadowed by its thriving metropolitan reputation. However, look a bit deeper with the help of this two-day itinerary and you’ll discover a city as rich in history, art and earthly delights as you would expect from the aesthetically inclined and epicurean Milanesi who inhabit it.
To get to Leonardo’s Last Supper, take a 15-minute taxi ride from the cemetery.
Leonardo’s Last Supper
Then, take a 15-minute walk or five-minute taxi ride to get to Castello Sforzesco.
The penultimate stop of the day is the Pinacoteca di Brera, 10 minutes’ walk from the castle.
Pinacoteca di Brera
Then, take a five-minute walk to get to the Teatro alla Scala for a night at the theatre.
Teatro alla Scala
A 20-minute walk or 15-minute taxi ride will then get you back to the hotel.
Galleria d’Arte Moderna Milano
Then, take a walk or taxi ride to the next stop of the day, the Biblioteca Ambrosiana; both journeys take approximately 20 minutes.
A five-minute walk will then bring you to the Duomo di Milano.
Duomo di Milano
Then, stroll out of the Duomo and into the Piazza del Duomo.
Piazza del Duomo
The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is just a minute’s walk from the Piazza del Duomo.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
To get back to the hotel, take a 25-minute walk or a 10-minute journey by either taxi or metro.