Italy is one of the oldest civilizations in the world. Many of the historical buildings depict Leonardo da Vinci’s work. Top 10 things to do in Milan during a vacation are as follows:
- Visit Duomo di Milano and its terraces
Milan cathedral is the largest church in Italy and the fifth largest in the world. It took six centuries to complete the construction of this church. This is the central point of Milan and whole city spreads around it.
- Shop in Galleria Vittorio EmanueleII
It is the world’s oldest mall named after first king of Italy Victor Emmanuel II. It is a four story double arcade building covered with glass.
- Eat Cotolettaalla Milanese
Cotolettaalla Milanese is a fried cutlet. It is cooked in clarified butter with “bone in” and uses milk fed veal.
- Visit CastelloSforzesco
It is a castle in Milan built by the duke of Milan. It now houses several museums of the city and art galleries featuring a collection of artistic artifacts for the art lovers.
- Enjoy the Last Supper at SantaMaria delleGrazie
This is a church and Dominican convent in Milan. It has mural of the Last Supper of Leonardo da Vinci, just the right place to come and connect with God or your higher power.
- See the beauty of Basilica of Sant’Eustorgio
It is a church in northern Italy built in the fourth century and named after the ninth Bishop of Milan. It is also among the iconic churches of Milan with a rich heritage, depicting the life and times of the early Romans.
- Try ice cream in CioccolatiItaliani
This spot is located behind the Duomo and offers a variety of flavors. They add artistic touch to every ice cream they make. Your sweet and creamy dreams will come true here.
- Cruise through Navigli District
This districtcenters around the Navigli canals and was designed by Leonardo Da Vinci.
- Attend SaloneInternazionaledel Mobile di Milano
Experience the world’s largest furniture fair that is held every year in Milan metropolitan area. You may find one or two pieces of furniture during these exhibitions and they will completely change and improve your interior décor.
- Survey via Paolo Sarpi (Chinatown)
Milan has its own version of Chinatown, but what is it like? Paolo Sarpi is a street located in eighth district of Milan and is an important commercial avenue. Now it gathers salons, medicine stores, libraries, travel agencies, etc.