Discovering Milan with Marino
General information on Milan
Milan is the true economic center of Italy, but despite its austere aspect, it hides an artistic soul of utmost importance. 18th century and 19th century palaces, craftsmen’s shops, important museums, art galleries, and immense gardens make it a unique city, and one of the world’s major capitals.
Milan is also a city for younger generations, with hundreds of venues and lots of fun-filled areas, as well as being a design and fashion city, with its fashion houses that are famous worldwide.
STROLLING THROUGH MILAN
A classic itinerary for visiting Milan must include a visit to the Duomo - a true Italian symbol – as well as a visit to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and the Sforzesco Castle. If you are staying a few days, do not miss the masterpieces of Italian painting in the Pinacoteca di Brera and Leonardo’s masterpiece – “l’Ultima Cena” - by visiting Santa Maria delle Grazie. All of the city's most important monuments can easily be reached, thanks to the urban transportation network, which is connected with a very high frequency to the three Marino stops of Rogoredo, Lambrate Station, and Milano Dorino.