Head south to Italy, where astonishing Milan has many a surprise in store.

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5 good reasons to go to Milan

Marvel at unique heritage
Marvel at unique heritage
Milan's reputation as one of Italy's crown jewels stems from its collection of major sights. Start with the unforgettable Duomo cathedral before making your way through the bustling streets to the Vittorio Emanuele II gallery, royal palace, the Scala, Sant’Ambrogio basilica, San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore church and Sforza Castle.
A paradise for museum lovers
A paradise for museum lovers
This Italian city is overflowing with cultural sites of interest. Art enthusiasts will enjoy the Pinacoteca di Brera and Ambrosiana galleries, the Museum of Ancient Art, the Triennale and the Modern Art Gallery. History buffs are well-served here too, with the museums of archaeology, prehistory and Egyptology all offering up some incredible displays. The Science Museum is just as fascinating.
Get to know Leonardo da Vinci
Get to know Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci spent 20 years in Milan. Admire his work at the Museum of Sciences and Technology, where you'll be able to examine models based on his designs, the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, home to some of his paintings, and the Santa Maria delle Grazie church. The latter is a UNESCO-listed monument and boasts the world-famous Last Supper.
Lose yourself in Milan's wilderness
Lose yourself in Milan's wilderness
You're never too far from nature when you're in Milan. The Navigli is the city's canal system and offers up some gorgeous waterside walks. If dozing and cloud-watching is more your thing, head for the Sempione park near the castle. This sweeping park is home to several major sites, including the Triennale. An hour's drive away is the glittering Lake Como and its luscious green banks.
Gorge on deliziosa dishes
Gorge on deliziosa dishes
Italy is the undisputed queen of pizza and pasta. But there's so much more to Italian cuisine than these well-known staples. While in Milan, try osso buco, veal Milanese and Milanese risotto. We promise you won't be disappointed. Visitors with a sweet tooth are bound to fall in love with the artisanal gelato and panettone, a raisin-studded brioche loaf.

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Milan's cathedral

Milan's cathedral

The Duomo towers over the city and is undoubtedly Milan's crown jewel. Work on one of the world's grandest cathedrals began in the early 14th century and spanned 500 years. Crafted entirely from white marble, it rises up in all its Gothic splendour, standing guard over the eponymous square. Its colossal columns and paintings are simply breath-taking in scale. Make your way up to the rooftop for sweeping views over the city.

Just passing through

Just passing through

The Vittorio Emanuele II gallery was inaugurated in 1867 and is a gorgeous cross-shaped passageway. Topped by a glass and metal vaulted ceiling, it encloses a selection of luxury boutiques and renowned restaurants. The mosaics, statues and dome combine to create an opulent, regal atmosphere. The Italian aristocracy were utterly enamoured with the gallery, and it was soon nicknamed 'Milan's salon'.

At Castello Sforzesco

Castello Sforzesco, also known as Sforza Castle, was initially a 14th-century fort that gradually became a ducal palace. Today, the castle is home to a smattering of museums: the Museum of Ancient Art, the Egyptian Museum, the Museum of Musical Instruments, and more. Visitors can also simply wander its courtyard and soak up the atmosphere.


A magical night out at the Scala

A magical night out at the Scala

Built in 1778, the Scala is Milan's biggest theatre and one of the most famous in the world. The Scala is where all the operas by Italy's most famous composers were staged, from Rossini and Bellini to Verdi, Puccini, and beyond. Don't miss your chance to experience the magic for yourself in this gorgeous venue.

Shop 'til you drop at the Quadrilatero

As the world's fashion capital, Milan is bursting at the seams with haute couture boutiques. Montenapoleone, Spiga, Sant’Andrea and Manzoni are the four streets that form the Quadrilatero, or Golden Rectangle. All the luxury brands and designers you can think of have headquarters here. Stop off to catch a glimpse of all the latest catwalk trends fresh off the runway. This is one Milanese neighbourhood you won't want to miss!


Risotto alla milanese

An Italian staple, risotto refers to a melt-in-your-mouth rice dish jazzed up in countless ways. Foodies will fall in love with risotto alla milanese: the risotto is cooked in meat stock and infused with saffron before being served up alongside Milanese veal or osso buco.

World-famous osso buco

World-famous osso buco

The world's best osso buco is to be found in Milan. This rich dish features veal shank cooked with its bone and marrow as well as tomatoes, onion, white wine and herbs. The mix is left to simmer gently before being served with pasta, risotto or polenta.

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