Once in your life you should absolutely visit Milan, occupied by the most stylish Italians and city where old world all world meets the urban grift.
Undeniably charming, but often overboiled in favour of other prettier cities. Milan has to offer his authenticity an amazing things to do and that's why our trip will start from “La Scala” maybe most famous Opera House in the world as it had a lot of changes through time and is authentic mirror that has reflected city social development as well.
It has seen kings emperor's an other nobility walking through enjoying opera, ballet, and theatre. It is important to understand that's as it has a lot of changes through time and is a mirror that has reflected city social development as well.
Leaving Scala behind we will proceed until Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery, shopping gallery connecting Piazza Della Scala to Piazza Duomo. For the presence of elegant shops and clubs, since its inauguration it has been the meeting place of the Milanese bourgeoisie so much that it is nicknamed the "living room of Milan" and it is inevitable tourist destination.
Our next stop will be Duomo, cathedral of Milan, 5th largest church in the world. It took 500 years thousands of artists to build this impressive place in gothic style. Duomo in its interior contains a precious relic “the holy nail” with which Jesus was crucified according to Christian beliefs. After visiting the church your guide will take you to roof climb where the view of the city is incredible.
As almost any city in the world Milan has its own fairy-tale Castle too, named Castello Sforzesco. It was built as defensive fortress and do call residence. It is built with massive walls with large courtyards towers, battlements park nowadays called Parco Sempione. Its magnificent interior host the museum nowadays. The Castle is also very important because of the fact that Leonardo da Vinci lived here and worked here under the patronage of Ludovico il Moro.