The city's principal square is the Piazza del
The Duomo (cathedral) is a must see on a visit
to Milan. The structure is very intricate, although the inside is relatively dark. You can
also go up to the top for spectacular views of the city.
The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is an
enormous, glass-roofed shopping arcade with expensive caf�s, restaurants, and shops. All
part of the price to pay for being in Milan.
Fashion curious window-shoppers will
definitely enjoy a walk down Via Montenapoleone.
Leonardo da Vinci spent 17 years in Milan. His
famous Last Supper fresco can be seen in the refectory of the monastery of Santa Maria
Leonardo da Vinci's two versions of The Virgin
of the Rocks were also painted in Milan -- although they now hang in the Louvre in Paris,
and London's National Gallery.
News and history of Milan's Opera House, with a schedule of events. Even if you don't get
tickets for a performance, there is a small shop in the opera house where you can buy
posters, postcards and other opera related goods.
Semi--stylish promotion for the printed guidebook. You don't get the full guidebook
online, more like an idea of what's in it with plenty of pop-ups and redirects telling
you: The item you selected is not available on the Web.