Begin your day with a nice espresso or cappuccino and a "cornetto" (similar to the French Croissant but with a filling inside and a bit more sweet). Continue by going to the Duomo, which is one of the world's largest Gothic cathedrals. If time permits, go the roof which is covered with statues and see the city from up top. Continue your visit through the stylish Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II where you can enjoy a five Euro coffee in the Gucci store. If you are one of the few lucky ones that can afford to shop or if you are like the rest of us who want to admire the beauty which is so far reached, continue your walk to the fashion triangle.
Continue your day by going to Pinacoteca Ambrosiana to explore some 15th-16th century art among some other paintings from other periods. Then continue to Castello Sforzeco which is a Renaissance palace which today contains exhibitions of applied arts, archaeology and antique furniture collection, among other things.
|Typical Street of Milan|
If you have more time in Milan or if you have more than 3 months to plan your stay, you should check out Leonardo Da Vinci's The Last Supper which is located in Santa Maria Della Grazie.