Milan

Basilica di San Simpliciano

Basilica di San Simpliciano

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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.


Leonardo da Vinci's Horse

Leonardo da Vinci's Horse

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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.


Milan Aquarium

Milan Aquarium

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Although Milan Aquarium can't be considered as one of the most impressive of its kind compared to Barcelona or Monaco aquariums, it sill ofers exciting collection, as well as free admission.


Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio

Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio

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You will find beautiful piece of art inside the Portinari Chapel in the Basilica of Sant’Eustorgio  - the ark of S. Peter Martyr, an extraordinary work that is considered the masterpiece of Giovanni di Balduccio


Scooter & Lambretta Museum

Scooter & Lambretta Museum

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Scooter & Lambretta museum offers its visitors important historical collection of scooters. Admission free.


Kartell museum

Kartell museum

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Key word for Milan is fashion and design. Some recognized brands have created their own museums offering remarkable collections, Kartell to be mentioned as one of them.  Admission free.


Milan views from above

Milan views from above

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Milan is not rich with high-rise architecture, but still some buildings provide nice views over the city.  The first choise should be shopping mall Rinascente just next to Duomo - Dome Cathedral.  On the upper 7th floor there is a good restaurant and bar with open air terrace providing not only view over the historical heart of Milan, but from here you can also almost touch spires of the Dome Cathedral.


Cimitero Monumentale

Cimitero Monumentale

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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.