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Why to go in Milan
1. Milan, the capital of Lombardy, is the biggest industrial city of Italy. Well known as Italy's fashion capital, Milan has much more to offer craving visitors. It is a magnetic point for designers, artists, photographers and models. Milan is a marvellous city with high buildings and enchanting palazzos. That is why people from all over the world want to feast their eyes with the city of glamour. Milan is the busiest and happening city .In brief, fashion's glitter, business and Stock Exchange, culinary culture, heritages of history, immense industry : Milan offers that all.
2. Milan is a year-round destination. Major international fashion weeks flood the town. The best weather is probably in April/May and September. Mid-April sees the city roads bursting with racing runners for Stramilano, the local marathon. June opens with Milano d'Estate, a three-month series of concerts, exhibitions and other cultural events in the Parco Sempione and the Estate all'Umanitaria festival of cinema, dance, music and theatre. In July and August, the concerts in the Wilson Park continue. The weather isn't wonderful in Milan in winter. However, the city gets sparklingly festive in Christmas sparkle. This could be a perfect time for a city break.
3. Milan is world's finest foodie home. Milan's dining resembles it's fabulous fashion, with new restaurant openings. You'll taste some of Italy's most memorable and sophisticated delicacies, dyed-in-the wool traditional or contemporary fusion cuisine, in this foodie hub. Milanese cuisine is based on local ingredients harvested at the perfect
moment. Highlights include cotoletta, buttery veal wrapped in burnished breadcrumbs, and mellow yellow risotto Milanese (Po Valley carnaroli rice enriched with bone marrow and tinted with saffron). Other gold standards include osso bucco, veal shank stew scattered with gremolata (parsley, garlic and lemon rind) and pumpkin-stuffed sage-scented ravioli. Milan is the home of best of Lombardy wines. A wine lover can better be a connoisseur of Italian wines in Milan.