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A capital of fashion, design, and finance, Milan has emerged as a modern foil to historic Rome.

One of the Italian peninsula’s most important seats of power for much of history, Lombardy’s capital blends historic grandeur with modern innovation. A stylish metropolis attracting some of the world’s top designers and artists, chefs and entrepreneurs, Milan has become one of Italy’s trendiest cities.

-°C / -°F Euro Italian Linate Airport (LIN), Orio Al Serio Airport (BGY), Malpensa Airport (MXP)

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  1. Cascina Cuccagna
    1. Cascina Cuccagna

    A farmhouse in the midst of Milan? Best of all, it’s open to the public. The painstakingly restored 17th-century villa has been transformed into a cultural center that hosts events like film nights, art exhibitions, and farmers’ markets in addition to classes in everything from creative writing to yoga. Naturally, this being Italy, there’s also a wine shop and a restaurant that spills out into the airy courtyard.
    http://www.cuccagna.org/portal/IT/handle/?page=eng

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  2. Gallerie Vittorio Emanuele II
    2. Gallerie Vittorio Emanuele II

    One of the world’s oldest shopping malls, this four-story double arcade dates back to the 1860s, and the birth of Italy as a unified nation. Its soaring glass-and-cast-iron roof houses ornate mosaics and other artwork by 19th-century artisans, as well as outposts of some of the top luxury brands, including the Prada flagship. The gallery also doubles as the passegiata between two of Milan’s icons: the Duomo and the Teatro alla Scala.

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  3. Navigli District
    3. Navigli District

    One of Milan’s hippest neighborhoods, canal-lined Navigli attracts well-heeled Milanese to its outdoor cafes and trendy cocktail bars. Wander cobbled streets, pop into artists’ ateliers and independent designers’ boutiques, then pull up a chair at a romantic eatery for a classic aperitivo Milanese of bruschetta, prosciutto, and, naturally, a negroni.

  4. Pirelli HangarBicocca
    4. Pirelli HangarBicocca

    Managed by a former director of the Tate Modern, this contemporary art museum opened in 2004 as a work of art in itself: the building is a converted former factory once owned by the automobile and machinery manufacturing corporation Breda. Now, it’s home to German artist Anselm Kiefer’s permanent installation, “Seven Heavenly Palaces,” and hosts solo exhibitions by major international artists, alongside related events.

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  5. Teatro alla Scala
    5. Teatro alla Scala

    Opened in 1778, this iconic opera house is so intrinsic to Milan’s identity that its season even traditionally opens on December 7th, the feast day of Milan’s patron saint, Saint Ambrose. Not only is La Scala’s opera and ballet considered among the best in the world, but the theater is also home to an impressive museum and library dedicated to the history of opera.

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Maurizio Busani
Head Concierge, Excelsior Hotel Gallia, a Luxury Collection Hotel

“Travel back in time by crossing the medieval drawbridge that leads to the courtyard of the Castello Sforzesco. Wander through the castle-turned-museum that houses sculptures, musical instruments from the Renaissance era, and artworks by Mantegna and other Italian masters.”

Villa Necchi Campiglio
Villa Necchi Campiglio

Tour the Villa Necchi Campiglio, a graceful 1930s villa. Admire the refined interiors of marble and walnut from acclaimed Milanese architect Piero Portaluppi, and styled with Belgian tapestries and Louis XVI furnishings.

Duomo di Milano cathedral Light a candle and in the grand and Gothic Duomo di Milano cathedral.
Lake Como
Lake Como

Escape the city for a day trip and picnic lunch along the banks of Lake Como.

San Siro Football Stadium Get swept up in the passion of football fans by attending at the San Siro Football Stadium.
Via Montenapoleone Make like it’s Fashion Week and shop your way up and down the exclusive Via Montenapoleone, home to luxury labels.

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Excelsior Hotel Gallia
A Luxury Collection Hotel, Milan (39)(02) 67851 View Exclusives
Excelsior Hotel Gallia A Luxury Collection Hotel, Milan

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A Work of Art A Work of Art

Built in 1932 as the Palace Gallia, the hotel is a prime example of Liberty-style Art Nouveau architecture, and is protected by Italian Institute of Fine Arts.

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Avant-Garde Italian Avant-Garde Italian

In the Palace Gallia’s transformation into a 21st-century hotel, renowned Milanese architect and designer Marco Piva oversaw renovations of the hotel, adding a new, avant-garde wing and outfitting it entirely with furnishings made in Italy.

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Relaxation, Japanese Style Relaxation, Japanese Style

Treat yourself at Italy's very first Shiseido Spa and the biggest hotel spa in Milan, a 1,000-square-meter palace of wellness, complete with a hammam, indoor pool, solarium, and more.

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