Recently visited a new surprising “hotspot”. The Armani museum located in a former silo, south of the Naviglie (canals). On the ground floor you will find beautiful photos of well-known Armani photographers and on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor, you will see Armani`s own collection over the years. Highly recommended!!!      

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Palazzo Marino

Palazzo Marino has been the city hall of Milan since 1860. Built in 1558 by order of the wealthy banker Tommaso Marino. During a free guided tour in English of up to 3 hours, you will be told everything about the history of this palazzo and its secrets in a very enthusiastic way!! Let me

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Pinacoteca Ambrosiana

After a 7 years restoration the Pinacoteca opened again in 1997. You will find in this museum paintings and sculptures from the 15th till the 19th century. At the end you will find a giant library with about 750.000 books. When visiting pay also attention to the marvelous mosaic floors!

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Torre Branca

This 100 meters high tower gives you a splendid view over Milan and the Alps!! The elevator brings you at the platform in 2 minutes and once arrived you will get 5 minutes time to look around in 365 grades. You don’t need a reservation. €6 per persoon

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