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Attractions in Milan

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Milan. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Milan and the surrounding area.

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V. Palestro 16 MAP
Located in an 18th century neo classical villa, the Museo dell’Ottocento in Milan actually houses a handful of museums. There the Carlo Grassi collection exhibits Impressionist paintings as well as other French art, the Marino Marini Museum displays...MORE INFO
via San Vittore 21 MAP
In homage to the scientific side of the artistic master Leonardo da Vinci, the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology in Milan contains physical models of the fantastic creations he envisioned, such as the helicopter, cars, trains and electronics....MORE INFO
Corso Magenta 15 MAP
The Municipal Museum of Archaeology in Milan has a fine collection of Greek, Etruscan, Roman and Barbarian artifacts. ...MORE INFO
Piazza del Duomo MAP
Constructed between the 14th and 19th centuries, the breathtaking white stone Cathedral in Milan is a must see and is reminiscent of Paris’s Notre Dame in terms of grandeur. The Cathedral can be admired from the outside and the more austere inside as...MORE INFO
Piazza del Duomo MAP
The Terrazze del Duomo in Milan refers to the rooftop outlet from the Duomo. You can access it from inside the Duomo by climbing the stairs to the roof. Once outside you can better admire the Duomo’s statues and pinnacles from up close (as well as enjoy...MORE INFO
Corso Venezia 55 MAP
The interesting and kid friendly Municipal Museum of Natural History in Milan covers varied aspects of zoology, paleontology and geology. In fact, some of the topics are made more alive with the help of different dioramas. Adults will consider the museum...MORE INFO
V. G. Morone 1 MAP
Once the home of Italian writer Alessandro Manzoni who lived from 1785 to 1873, Manzoni’s House in Milan is now a museum and homage to the creator of The Fiances, an historical novel. Visitors can view Manzoni’s office, library and different personal...MORE INFO
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II MAP
Sitting near the Piazza della Scala and the world famous La Scala opera house, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is Milan’s most central and most important shopping area. Finished in the late 19th century, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping streets...MORE INFO
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The Square of the Merchants in Milan is a pleasant, centrally located square. Around it you will see the 16th century Palace of the Jurisconsults with a statue of Saint Ambrose the Teacher, the Broletto Nuovo Palace and the Loggia of the Osii. Don’t...MORE INFO
V. Gesú MAP
The Palazzo Baghatti Valsecchi in Milan is a beautiful embodiment of the Renaissance and Belle Epoque eras among the city’s nobility. The palace has been furnished with historical pieces as well as quality reproduction pieces. Of special interest for...MORE INFO

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