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Milan: the city where the past meets the future

Known as Fashion and Design worldwide capital, Milan (1,3 milion population) is living a new reinassance in the last decade. The recent World  Expo 2015 is only the tip of the iceberg of an incredible revolution started in late 90’s with an important urbanplanning. Cosmopolitan, lively, fast, energic and known in Italy as “moral capital of the country”, Milan has the   power and capacity to combine a glorios past (Capital of Roman western  empire from 286) with an eye to the future.
The open-mind and international attitude of Milan, and its population, has a strong historical roots: Austrians, Spanish, French and Germans found here fruitful land for the strategic location of the city too, geographically speaking close to the rest of the continent. Also for this reason you can speak English more or less everywhere in town.
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Home of several important artists, Leonardo da Vinci spent here almost thirty years of his life, the city has a huge artistic background that you can find in museums, exhibition sites, art galleries or simply walking in the stunning historical center of the

Five metro lines and hundreds tram and bus lines will help you to discover Milan in all its corners, from the historical center (Duomo church and its terraces, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Opera House “La Scala”) to the  amazing Porta Nuova/Garibaldi area, where you can find in a few minutes walk from the heart of the neighborhood Piazza Gae Aulenti, the best tall building in the world 2015: Bosco Verticale (Vertical forest).

The charming and bohemian area of “Brera”, home of the Academy of Fine Arts and the famous museum Pinacoteca di Brera is a great idea to feel the artistic touch of the city. Navigli, canal district of Milan, is home of the famous “Aperitivo”; after-work local habit where paying your drink you can taste some good italian food too. This area includes “Darsena”, completely renovated for Expo 2015 and old harbour of the city, projected from Leonardo da Vinci.

Milan is also home of two legendary football teams, FC Internazionale and AC Milan, and only city in Europe capable to win the most important  football competition, Champions League, with two different clubs. Both teams play in San Siro, an impressive 80.000 seats stadium.

Milan is the world capital of fashion and fans of football.

Do not let beautiful boutiques with the most prestigious fashion brands take you away from the core of the city.

Milan is the second largest city in Italy and you can not be bored. This city is not only known for the world fashion scene, but also for becoming the center of the automotive industry. One of the most famous car brands is from Milan, and this believes it or not – Alfa Romeo.

This magnificent city has plenty to offer, from a Duomo cathedral that will leave you breathless, all the way through Galleria Vittorio Emanuele.

You can’t miss a visit to church Santa Maria Delle Grazie, walk the Milan channel, beautiful parks, eat pizza and calzone.
Relax and enjoy your stay in Milan and start planning to return to this magnificent city again

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Kako bi vam prikazali samo najbitnije informacije, naš turistički vodič je organizovan po sekcijama i poseduje informacije o smeštaju, obilasku Praga, kao i korisne informacije.

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