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What to See and do

Shopping in Milan

Romance roars more romantic when cherry pick Milan as holiday trip. ' 'What not to behold' is more mind boggling than that of' what to see' as Milan overwhelmingly offers innumerable as well as incredible places to enjoy. Most magnificent, richly romantic, exceedingly elegant and mesmerizing Milan is famous for fabulous fashion, flavor food and fun-loving football. How can one forget Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper , Duomo rooftop, La Scala Opera House- all being undoubtedly Milan's best-known attractions

Duomo or Cathedral of Milan

Deliciously designed like a mouth-watering wedding cake- Duomo is a must watch. Climbing its 150 steps to the roof is an amazingly exotic.

La Scala Opera House and Museum

Typically Milanese Teatro alla Scala is the world's most famous opera house. La Scala's museum boldly boasts of a collection of musical instruments and portraits and busts of musicians.

Santa Maria della Grazie houses Leonardo Da Vinci's famous fresco ' The Last Supper' . The Pinacoteca di Brera, one of the most important art collections in Italy, treasures realistic Dead Christ by Mantegna.

Castello Sforzesco or Sforza Castle

Castello Sforzesco houses Michelangelo's precious art work - Pietà Rondanini.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

With its glass-iron dome, marvelous mosaics and marble floor ways, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele arcade is definitely most glittery and glamorous shopping malls.

Basilica Sant'Ambrogio

Unassuming church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro hides stunning sights. Sant' Ambrogio is an excellent example of Romanesque architecture and the most important religious monument.

Quadrilatero della Moda

Rectangle of Gold is a mini wonderland wooing shopaholics warmly by Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada and Versace. Stylish Shopping streets include Via Dante between the Duomo and Castle, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II near Piazza della Scala, and via Monte Napoleone near the Duomo.

Navigli is a welcome way to the fashion-obsessed centre. Navigli canals are rowed with pavement cafés, vintage shops and occasional gallery. A classy antiques market is hosted on the Naviglio Grande.

San Siro Stadium

A happening hub for two of Italy's rocking football clubs: FC Internazionale and AC Milan. Live match at San Siro is a thrilling memory to store for long.