What to do in Milan in 3 days
Travel | Europe | 09/06/17
The football and fashion capital, Milan is a city full of history and undeniable charm. When on holiday in Italy, it is definitely worth having a 3-day stay in this major city in the north of the country. What to do there? Find out here!
First day in Milan
The first day of your stay in Milan begins with a visit to the most majestic monument in the city- Milan Cathedral will indeed impress you with its magnificent facade and imposing size. Following this, your walk continues towards the Piazza del Duomo, where you will have access to the Victor Emmanuel II Gallery and its luxury shops. Follow on with more culture with a tour of the Pinacoteca of Milan (Pinacoteca di Brera) which is home to many famous paintings and tourists have the chance to appreciate the enormous contribution made by Italy to the development of artistic works, especially during the Renaissance. To finish your day, you’ll eat in the Brera district, where there are endless restaurants!
Second day in Milan
To begin your second day in Milan, you will go to the Last Supper, the famous work of art by Leonardo da Vinci- it is breathtaking, but also advisable to reserve your places early to you have plenty time to explore the sublime work. Then head towards la Scala in Milan, where you can see a real, Italian ballet right in the heart of this romantic city- it is not to be missed. Finally, to quench your thirst and taste some Italian specialities, go to Navigli District. A lively and vibrant place, the outskirts of the canals will allow you to enjoy a wonderful evening.
Third day in Milan
The final day of your stay in Italy begins with a visit to Castello Sforzesco, where you can go on beautiful walk in the heart of the city and also visit the museum. By discovering the more quiet and historical side of Milan, you can recharge your batteries before continuing your day. Then head towards the must-see via Monte Napoleone, a famous street where fashion is at its peak, with countless luxury shops and a constant flow of prestigious shoppers. Last but not least, you will be able to visit the renowned Blue Note Milano, a high class Jazz Club and restaurant.
Finding accommodation in Milan
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