What to see and do in Milan in 1 day

Milan is one of the most visited cities in Italy after Rome and Florence. In this article we will see what we should not miss if we visit Milan for a day. Surely one day is not enough to be able to enjoy the city's sights.

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What to See in Milan in a Day.

During your visit to the historic city, you can not miss the city's famous landmark, the famous Piazza Duomo. It is the busiest and most popular square of the city. The name of the square comes from the Milan Cathedral located there.

Then head to Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II where you will find some of the world's most famous shops such as Louis Vuitton, Prada and Gucci. A few steps further, the recently rebuilt, the Skala of Milan is dominated by another "temple" for the world's faithful to the opera.

Then you can visit the picturesque Brera area where you can enjoy your coffee and taste Italian flavors.Pinacoteca, which retains the most important art collections in the city. The eponymous gallery you can see works of great painters such as Raphael, Caravaggio, Bellini, etc. But if the ticket can not be included in the exit, even a free ride in the courtyard area is definitely considered value for money.

From Brera, reach Parco Sempione and the Sforzesco Castle that will leave you breathless, it is one of the largest castles in Europe. (Free entrance 7-19.30).

Finally head to the Corso di Porta Ticinese to take a look at one of Milan's oldest neighborhoods and head to Navigli, one of the places where the city's vitality is more prominent.

If you visit Milan for more days, we suggest you see:

Milan Cathedral
Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper
Piazza della Scala
Columns and Basilica of San Lorenzo
Brera and Pinacoteca
San Bernardino alle Ossa
Crypt of San Sepolcro
Casa Sola Brusca
Piazza Mercanti
Parco Sempione and Castello Sforzesco
Tortona area
Palazzo della Ragione
Monumental Cemetery of Milan
Quadrilateral of Silence
Villa Invernizzi
Alley of washers
Palazzo Castiglioni
Casa Galimberti
Maggiolina district
La Martesana
Street Art of Milan