Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
As you well know, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is a must-see for all those who come to Milan. Let’s say that for those who have little time to visit Milan, it’s definitely an attractive place to stay and especially always open to tourists. The Gallery, as well as being a magnificent architectural and artistic […] Read more
Milan metro
The Milan Metro is currently constituted by four lines, plus an underground railway link that is an infrastructure where other lines circulate called “suburban lines”. The metro lines are M1 (red), M2 (green), M3 (yellow), M5 (lilac) and the suburban lines are S1, S2, S5, S6 and S13. The company that manages it is called ATM […] Read more
The Basilica of Sant’Eufemia is one of the least known churches for tourism. I came across this church by chance and I highly recommend to make a quick jump to see it. What strikes more of this church is surely its acoustics. In fact, the great soprano Maria Callas chose to record here some of […] Read more
The Conca dell’Incoronata or Conca delle Gabelle is an ancient invention made by Leonardo Da Vinci, located in Milan. It’s the only remains of the ancient Naviglio Martesana inside the historic center of Milan. The peculiarity of this basin is that it precedes the famous “Porte Vinciane” (ie the lock gates invented by Leonardo da Vinci). […] Read more
In the Navigli area, near the dock of Porta Ticinese, there is an adorable alley called Vicolo dei Lavandai, that is a must-see: it is named after an ancient public wash-house still existing but now in disuse. Until the 50s many women used to wash their cloths there. At that time only water, soap, brushes […] Read more
navigli
You probably already know that one of the coolest areas in Milan are the Navigli: the Naviglio Grande in particular (near Porta Ticinese and the Darsena), has plenty of restaurants, pubs and bars, and is the perfect place for a relaxing “aperitivo”. What you probably do not know is that Milan was a fully navigable city […] Read more
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