Why you should visit Milan, Italy

Milan is a magnet for designers, artists, photographers and models. But it is also the most industrial city in Italy, and a foodie’s land too. Milan is a city for all, and its elegant vibe and hidden corners make it one great city to explore.

Strolling through Milan’s small and cozy historic center is one of the wonders of this beautiful city. Small yet charming, and small yet dynamic. Milan is trendy, it’s innovative, it’s cosmopolitan.

From fabulous fashion exhibitions, including the renowned Armani/Silos, to a fascinating window into the contemporary art world at Fondazione Prada, all your artistic veins will be satisfied in Milan. But of course, history plays its role too, as Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper is hidden in Santa Maria delle Grazie church, and the beautiful Palazzo Reale hosts wonderful exhibitions.

Discover the city by wandering in the famous Quadrilatero della Moda shopping district, where you will be allured by the seductive shops of Dolce&Gabbana, Ferragamo, Armani, McQueen, Dsquared and so many more. Unwind in one of the charming cafes and small restaurants or take in the Milanese skyline from one of its stylish rooftop terraces while enjoying the famous Milanese happy hour.

And at night, get your glam look on and hit one of Milan’s trendy restaurants and clubs for the perfect Milanese experience. If your visit is prolonged, the spectacular Lake Como is one of Italy’s most beautiful places to visit. And to explore Milan, all you need is a pair of comfortable shoes to walk around. But if you’re not much of a walker, the subway works perfectly and the city is packed with taxis.

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I'm the daughter of an Italian family of diplomats, the second of three children, and a global citizen. I've lived in 7 cities around the world, I have a gigantic crush on Italy and my name has been mispronounced more times than I can remember.

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