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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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Piazza S. Simpliciano MAP
The Basilica of Saint Simplician in Milan was constructed in the 4th century under the direction of Saint Ambrose, who was in his day the Bishop of Milan. The Basilica of Saint Simplician was later expanded during the Middle Ages with several new buildings....MORE INFO
Piazza S. Eustorgio MAP
Originally constructed in the 4th century and later rebuilt in the Romanesque style in the 12th century, the Church of Saint Eustorgio in Milan was known as a pilgrimage stopping point on the way to the Holy Land and once held the tomb of the Three Kings....MORE INFO
Piazza S. Marco MAP
Located in the Brera quarter of the city of Milan, the Church of Saint Mark was most recently built in the 13th century. Of note is the black and white fresco on display that is thought to have been from Leonardo da Vinci’s school and was found in the...MORE INFO
Corso di Porta Ticinese MAP
The Basilica of Saint Lawrence the Major in Milan was built in the 4th century. It was later modified, but did retain the floor plan designed in the shape of an octagon. The church features a beautiful façade and 16 Roman columns. Don’t miss the Paleochristian...MORE INFO
Built in a Renaissance era style, the Church and Major Monastery of Saint Maurice in the city of Milan is currently run by a monastic order. The interior of the church is full of beautiful frescoes from artist Bernardo Luini. The choir holds regular...MORE INFO
Piazza S. - Ambrogio MAP
Built in the Romanesque style and named for the 4th century saint, the Church of Saint Ambrose in Milan features a striking façade and two bell towers on the outside and beautiful 5th century mosaics, a Byzantine pulpit and a golden altar on the inside....MORE INFO
V. Speronari MAP
Largely a creation of Bramante, the Church of Saint Satyr in Milan (which is dedicated to Saint Satyr who was Saint Ambrose’s brother) features lots of trompe l’oeil paintings on stucco. The bell tower dates from the 9th century and the façade from the...MORE INFO

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