A city famous for fashion, Art and Architecture, Milan is worth visiting again and again. The city was destroyed partly in Second World War but rebuilt itself to become a financial hub and home to a national stock exchange. The city of Italy is well known for designer clothes, trendy shops, historical sights and famous paintings e.g. Leonardo Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” preserved in a church Santa Maria Della Grazie.
A short travel guide to Milan
When you go to Milan, plan your trip according to the days you are going to spend in the city. You can hire a taxi or travel by bus, tram or metro and see the places you find interesting. Don’t forget to visit Corso Vittorio Emanuele which is a broad street connecting Piazza Duomo and Piazza San Babila. It is traffic free during the day, and if you are shopping fanatic, you can spare some time for shopping clothes and accessories. You can watch museums and historical places of your interest in this one day trip.
If you are on a three-day trip to Milan, you should go to La Scala Opera, Duomo di Milano, Castello Sforzesco, Villa Necchi Campiglio and Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli garden. Many restaurants in Milan serve delicious Italian cuisine. You can have that Italian taste in famous restaurants of the city.
Food in Milan, Italy
If you are traveling to Milan, you must try the tasty Italian food to make your trip memorable. The famous dishes include Cannoli( pastry), Gelato (dessert), Panettone( Cake) in sweets. Pasta, creamy Rissotos, Costoletta Alla Milanese, Pizza impart a particular Italian flavor to your tongue which makes your trip to Italy memorable.
Milan is a beautiful city having numerous places to watch, but you have to make a perfect plan to make your holiday worth spending at this fantastic place. You can visit Milan all year keeping in mind the closing day of museums and the other tourist destinations.