Inaugurated in 1930, Ulrico Hoepli’s Planetarium organizes classes about universe’s mysteries for children and grown-ups.
The mighty bastions defend on of the six historical “sestiere” which formed the ancient Milan.
INDRO MONTANELLI GARDENS
Once the Milan zoo’s place, today it’s a giant park, and hosts the Planetarium and the Natural History Museum.
It’s between Italy’s biggest squares (more than 73.000 square meters) and it hosts some of Milan’s most evocative buildings and skyscrapers.
At the left of Republic’s square, along Viale della Liberazione, New Milan begins!
Designed by the greatest architects of the fifties, it was the Europe’s highest skyscraper untill 1966.
Everyday it’s the crossroads for 120 millions of people. Founded in the thirties, it’s a piece of Italy’s history.
The city’s most important exhibitions are hosted in this magnificent palace, which history starts in the XIII century.
Milan’s symbol, one of the finest examples of Italian gothic art, with its 3000 spires and more.
250 years ago the most important theatre in the world was build on the base of Santa Maria alla Scala’s church.
Milan metro’s colours twist and turn in this 20 meters structure, created by Claes Oldenburg and his wife.
Since 1933 it’s been hosted in Giovanni Muzio’s Art Palace. It’s the art, design and architecture’s debate heart.
Until some years ago it hosted the Milan Fair, now it’s the city’s second biggest district, with many parks and modern buildings.
MONTE STELLA PARK
Admire the sunset from the park’s hills and the beautiful cherry-trees in the Giardino dei Giusti.
The racecourse is a real jump in the past, with its horse state made by Leonardo Da Vinci and the liberty-style stands.
SAN SIRO STADIUM
Soccer fans can’t miss a visit to Italy’s biggest stadium, where the most important matches and concerts are held.
Perfect for a long stroll or a day trip by bicycle, it’s one of Milan’s biggest green areas.
In the old Alfa Romeo’s industrial area strange hills rise up… an oasis of green and peace!
ARCH OF PEACE
It’s the symbol of peace between European countries after Vienna’s Council, and the backgroung of a lively nightlife.