Reviewed on 4 Nov. 2019
Climb to the top of the biggest church in Italy to gaze across the city’s rooftops and count the many spires that help make this Milan’s most recognisable landmark.
The central square in Milan is a meeting spot for locals and the most popular attraction for visitors who come to sightsee, eat and shop.
Be dazzled by the rich interior of this famous opera house while you watch performances of ballet, opera and classical music or tour the on-site museum.
One of the oldest shopping centres in the world is known for its fine dining, iconic luxury labels and stores selling goods from local craftsmen.
This church is one of the most popular attractions in Milan thanks to its prized possession, The Last Supper, one of the most famous paintings in the world.
A centuries-old fort in the middle of Milan is today a cultural hub, with museums, galleries and historic attractions.