Window shopping is one of the most popular attractions in MIlan - and free of charge unless you decide to enter and spend your money on actual shopping. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is a must to visit place.
Sforzesco Castle, one of the most famous monuments in Milan, has seen long historical vicissitudes during the past years. It was demolished, then rebuilt several times, embellished and restored to become a symbol of both happy and dramatic events that are to be found in the historical background of the city. Sforzesco Castle today represents one of the most interesting and entertaining arts centres in Milan, housing several important art and history museums and libraries. Admission to the castle is free of charge, except entrance to museums. One of the top object - last sculpture by Michelangelo - Pieta Rondanini.
Basilica di San Simpliciano dates to Paleochristian times and is the best preserved of the city’s early Christian monuments. Inside this church are preserved some of the only Roman ruins in Milan.
Milan is known as home to famous Last Supper - masterpiece of Leonardo da Vinci. But less known is that there is another piece of art related to da Vinci and this one can be admired free of charge.
Cimitero Monumentale - cemetary that is famous for its landscape, offers a means of witnessing the passage of various artistic phases and also provides a window on the history of the city. Closed on Mondays.