A place that connects you to history is none other than Milan, the second populous city of Italy. Milan carries the tradition of Italy in being a classic holiday destination. Thousands of tourists visit Milan every year, no one returns home unimpressed. Some adore culture and some just love the roman architecture.
Milan is a city of rich culture as it has been evolving since 1493. The best thing about Milan is the evolvement never killed the true essence and culture. You will find architecture, buildings, piazzas, culture and cuisines of Milan with a stamp of uniqueness, making them distinctive and one of their kinds.
Milan has humid climate making it an excellent holiday destination in both summer and winter. Winter season is Milan is not as harsh as other parts of Europe due to Alps and Apennines Mountains, which serve as a barrier from cold waves and air circulation from sea and north Europe. However, it is recommended to visit Milan in summers as sometimes winters can be foggy.
Although list is never ending, major classic attractions of Milan include Milan Cathedral, Teatro alla Scala, Gelleria Vittoria Emanuele ll, Sforza Castle, Pinacoteca di Brera, Santa Maria delle Grazie, Piazza del Duomo, San Siro Stadium, Basillica di Sant Ambrogio, Brera, Navigli, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Piazza Mercenti, Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Pirelli Tower, Torre Velasca, San Babila, Torre Branca, Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, Royal Villa of Monza, San Cristoforo sul Naviglio, Bovisa, Basilica of San Simpliciano and Colonne di San Lorenzo.
Milan is multicultural with Catholic (majority), Orthodox, Buddhist, Jewish, Muslim and Protestant communities. This cultural variation contributes to happenings and events which take place all year long. Some of the events that can be attended at the end of year (December) are La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Sunpocrisy, Ludovico Einaudi, Terje Nordgarden, Hey Voilet, Vernerdi Fashion Night House Fellini.
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