Must-haves to Milan - Italy
Welcome to "The Paths of Art in Milan", a captivating journey through the rich artistic and historical remains of the magnificent city of Milan. Immerse yourself in an unforgettable journey, where each stage takes you back in time to discover the hidden treasures that have shaped the history and culture of this Italian metropolis.
As you travel along these paths, you'll soak up the vibrancy of a city that skilfully combines art, history and culture. This unique adventure is designed for art lovers, history buffs and the curious who want to immerse themselves in the very essence of Milan.
Whether you're a discerning traveller or an art lover looking for inspiration, this tour promises a spellbinding experience, rich in discovery and wonder. Let yourself be guided by the traces of the past and the creative expressions that have forged the cultural identity of Milan, a city where art and history merge harmoniously to create an unforgettable heritage.
The church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore in Milan is the church of a Catholic convent. A religious enclosure, known as a rood screen or tramezzo, separates the church from its congregation and the choir of the conv... Voir plus
Traditional dishes from Milan and Lombardy in a beamed dining room with the charm of yesteryear. A few steps from the Duomo, in a pleasantly retro atmosphere, the trattoria milanese, as its name suggests, serves the most c... Voir plus
The Ambrosian Library of Milan is an important cultural and historical institution founded on 8 December 1609 by Cardinal Federico Borromeo, himself an influential figure in the Catholic Church and a great patron of the ar... Voir plus
The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is a prestigious historic shopping arcade in the heart of Milan, Italy. It was designed in the neoclassical, Baroque style of the 19th century and named after Vittorio Emanuele II, the fir... Voir plus
Palazzo Clerici is a sumptuous historic palace in the heart of Milan. Built in the 18th century, it is a remarkable example of the neo-classical architecture of the period.
This majestic palace bears the name of the... Voir plus
The Gallerie d'Italia is an art museum in Milan, with a rich collection of nineteenth- and twentieth-century Italian works of art. The museum is housed in three magnificent historic palaces: Palazzo Anguissola, Palazzo Bre... Voir plus
The Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa is a prestigious luxury hotel located in the Brera district of Milan. The hotel offers a sumptuous and refined experience, combining elegance and comfort.
One of the unique fe... Voir plus
The Pinacoteca di Brera is a remarkable art museum located in the Brera district of Milan. It is one of Italy's most prestigious art galleries and a must-see destination for art lovers from all over the world.
The mu... Voir plus
La Cena in Emmaus (The Supper at Emmaus) is an emblematic work by Caravaggio, painted in 1606. This oil-on-canvas painting illustrates a biblical episode taken from the Gospel of Luke. The work depicts the moment when the... Voir plus
Produced in 1915, this work belongs to the period when Modigliani initiated what he called "the grand style". This phase included a series of portraits and nudes with strongly geometric features, characterised by unreal to... Voir plus
Undoubtedly one of Milan's most traditional restaurants (the nonna is the chef), the decor is as rustic as an old canteen. On the menu are Milanese specialities (ossobuco, cassöela, chops...) that have not been revisited s... Voir plus