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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 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 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
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Feast of canals, sponsored by the city of Milan, held annually on the first Sunday of June to coincide with the celebration of the Italian Republic on June ...MORE INFO
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Second only to Rome, Milan is a major Italian city best known around the world for its fashion and design houses (think of Prada, Armani and Gucci!), luxury boutiques, good restaurants, art galleries and cosmopolitan atmosphere. When in Milan, going...MORE INFO
Corso del Duomo MAP
The Museum of the Duomo in Milan was constructed in the 18th century. The museum displays the Duomo’s different construction phases and later modifications as well as exhibits a collection of historical tapestries, glasswork and sculptures. Please note,...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
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