Milan can fully be considered the economic capital of Italy, but it’s not only this. The image of a city that is always serious and gray belongs to those who do not know this city, which has instead much to offer to its visitors. Milan is culture, history, art, avant-garde, innovation and fun. You could start from the green lung of the Parco Sempione, which surrounds the Palazzo Sforza, Duke of Milan's symbol of power in the past, through the well-known Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, which dominates the square. Then on to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, one of the first examples of Art Nouveau in Italy, to the navigli, which tickled the fancy of even a genius like Leonardo Da Vinci, who gave to this city one of his greatest masterpieces: the Ultima Cena, painted in the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie. And how can you overlook the San Babila area with the beautiful church in neo-Romanesque style, now the fulcrum of the Milan fashion and luxury pole?
Milan is an alive city, evolving, where experimentation is on the agenda, where you can visit an art exhibition and then order a gourmet burger with the iPad.