Must See

Here are 5 things (+1) you definitely do not want to miss while in Milan, according to our staff selection. Enjoy!

1) LAST SUPPER (Ultima Cena-Leonardo)

The “Ultima Cena” is the last meal that Jesus Christ will eat with his disciples. Leonardo da Vinci painted the “Last Supper” in Milan in 1495: No doubt the most famous religious painting in history. Impossible to find last-minute tickets, you need to buy a guided tour.

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2) DUOMO DI MILANO (inside/terraces)

Duomo is the cathedral of Milan. It is one of the most significant religious buildings in the world and a great masterpieces of Gothic architecture. The cathedral dominates the skyline of Milan and its terraces are a popular tourist attraction. Price: Inside+terraces from 16,50€ Only terraces from 13€

Booking/Info Duomo CLICK HERE

3) SAN SIRO (museum/pitch/dressing room)

San Siro stadium is the home of football in Milan. It is the most beautiful stadium in Italy and has never been altered, which gives it a feeling of pride for all locals. The stadium was built in the 1920s and expanded over the years; soccer fans from all over come to watch games here, while also experiencing the city’s unique culture. The stadium hosted European matches for FC Inter and AC Milan as well as World Cup 1990 and concerts.

Booking/Info San Siro CLICK HERE


Castello Sforzesco was built in the XV century by the noble Sforza family as a military fortification. Later, it became one of the most refined courts in Europe and an important cultural and artistic center. Under the Spanish domination, the Castle resumed its military function, which it maintained also in the 18th century, under the Habsburgs. Today, the Castello Sforzesco is one of the main attractions of Milan, home to important cultural institutions and museums. Price: Starting from 13€

Booking/Info Castello CLICK HERE


Teatro alla Scala in Milan is the most famous opera houses in the world. This stage has been home to opera singers, actors, orchestra conductors, dancers and directors who have made history, from Maria Callas to Verdi, passing through Pavarotti, Carla Fracci and Luchino Visconti. These legends have walked on this stage, bringing the best of the Arts from all over the world. Visiting the Museum it is possible to see the Theatre from one of the boxes (except for rehearsals or performances in progress).

Booking/info La Scala CLICK HERE

6) COMO LAKE (Como/Bellagio/Varenna)

One of the most enchanting places in the world is just a short distance from Milan. Lake Como and its beautiful coastal villages are definitely worth a visit during your stay in Milan. Let yourself be pampered by the warm atmosphere and stunning scenery of a boat trip from Como to Bellagio and Varenna.

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