“There is only one Milan” in Lombard dialect “De Milan ghe n’è domà vun”.

Milan is the capital of Lombardy and is the main industrial, commercial and financial centre
of Italy and a leading global city.

Milan is a metropolis rich in history and culture.

Thanks to its important museums, theatres and landmarks, Milan attracts over 7 million annual visitors.

The symbol of Milan is the Duomo.

A gothic style cathedral, which is topped by the famous golden Madonnina statue on the top spire, that looks over the whole city.

It is possible to get onto to the roof of the Duomo and enjoy a splendid view of the city and on a clear day, right to the alps!

Milan is one of the 4 most famous fashion capitals and is the heart of the fashion week with a lot of activities for the public as well as the fashions shows and buying week.

A great place to start your shopping is the “Quadrilatero della Moda”, the most important fashion district in the world, so called because it is bordered by four streets: Via Monte Napoleone, Via Alessandro Manzoni, Via della Spiga and Corso Venezia.

The prominent designers all have stores in this very chic area of the city!

Milan is undoubtedly also the Italian capital of design!

Every year the city hosts Milan Design Week, when the city becomes an international place to meet.

The “Salone Internazionale del Mobile”, the fair that promotes the Italian collections of the furniture industry and its accessories, is accompanied by the “Fuorisalone”, or rather a series of collateral events involving all of Milan.

The city is filled with installations and exhibitions, the showrooms open up and become party venues and places to meet.

How to travel in Milano: Public Transports

Milano boasts a particularly efficient public transport system that allows its citizens, tourists, and visitors to move around the city fast and easy, with 4 subway lines, 18 tram lines, 80 bus lines, 12 urban railway lines.

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