To most Italians, Milan is the unofficial capital of Italy and arguably the most interesting city in the country, where old and new meet in an ever changing relationship. An engaging mix.Milan cannot claim the opulent and breathtaking beauty of Rome nor the Renaissance glories of Florence but Milan has its own charms – and certainly enough to keep you entertained for a weekend. In fact, Milan is, arguably, the most interesting city in Italy, where old and new meet in an ever changing relationship. Milan is both elegant and vulgar, technology-driven and full of old world charm, money-obsessed and genteel, brassy and inviting. Milan is a curious, engaging mix. To most Italians, Milan is the unofficial capital of the country.Milan is Italy’s powerhouse, where money is made. Money brings people, people create vibe and energy: Milan is the place where “things happen”. Milan is internationally famous for its fashion and design, of course. But there is much more to see and enjoy in this industrious, hard working city. Here are a few personal suggestions – places I like, not necessarily the most celebrated.This is a guide to Milan, for a visit lasting two, three or more days.There are extensive descriptions and photos of the attractions: museums, churches, nightlife and other attractions.There are descriptions on how to get to Milan, on driving and parking in the city, useful info to stay there.There are reviews of several restaurants.The guide is divided in sections covering single days or half days, so you can combine several sections depending on the length of your stay and your preference of what o see.
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