The Duomo dates back to 1300 and is the best example of Gothic-Lombard architecture. This impressive religious building occupies around 12,000 square meters and is decorated with more than 3500 statues. Next to the Duomo is the famous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele.
One of the hubs of Milan's social life with its cafes, restaurants and famous book stores. For shopping fans the famous boutiques of the fashion district are just a few steps away.
This is one of Milan's symbols and is dedicated to the patron saint of the city, whose feast day is celebrated every year on December 7th. Precious relics and artwork are housed inside the church which document the 1600 years of history of the city.
This is an important Renaissance work built in the second half of the fifteenth century. Famous for its apse and marble door attributed to Bramante as well as the last supper by Leonardo Da Vinci, one of the most famous works of art of all time.
A majestic building which with its mass dominates the historic center of Milan, Castello Sforzesco contains various museums, wonderful Gothic-Renaissance courtyards and spectacular rooms, designed by Leonardo Da Vinci and frescoed by Bramante. Behind the Castello stretches the beautiful Parco Sempione, an oasis in the heart of Milan.
The area where Naviglio Grande and Naviglio Pavese run is one of the prettiest spots of Milan: The Navigli are flanked with old characteristic "case di ringhiera" (typical houses with open balcony), antique shops, and above all loads of cafes, restaurants and historic bars where live music is played and the banks are filled with people from April to September.
One of the most exclusive areas of Milan, the Brera charms and seduces with its elegant outdoor cafes, designer shops and boutiques with handmade clothing. Among the numerous eighteenth century buildings is the Palazzo di Brera which houses the famous Pinacoteca.
amous throughout the world, the Fashion district is composed of the legendary Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga and Via Sant'Andrea, very elegant streets which together with Via Manzoni, Via Borgospesso and Via Santo Spirito enclose the place of worship for luxury where the boutiques and showrooms of the most famous Italian and foreign designers jam the streets.
For those who travel for study, work or professional reasons to the Università Cattolica Hotel it is 800 meters from the prestigious university.
Commercial University Luigi Bocconi is recognized as one of the most important business schools in the world. Our Hotel is 2 Km from the prestigious University.
The Museum was opened in 1953, with its 50,000 m² in total is the largest technical-scientific museum in Italy and one of the largest in Europe. It has the largest collection in the world of machine models based on drawings by Leonardo Vinci is visited by 500,000 people a year. Hotel is located about 800 meters from the Museum.
A journey behind the scenes of the Teatro alla Scala, an imposing structure of 20,000 square meters, divided into three pavilions named after the Luchino Visconti record, the scenographer Nicola Benois and the costume designer Luigi Sapelli able to host most of the artisan workings of the stage sets - set design -, sculpture, stage costumes, there are the rehearsal rooms for the choir and a stage for the rehearsals perfectly corresponding to Piermarini's stage. The staircase has decided to open Scala Ansaldo Laboratories to the public: a project divided into guided tours where a journey can be made. Hotel is 1 km from the location.
Super Studio Più è la nuova location di Milano per gradi eventi ,mostre ,sfilate di moda , spettacoli , ma anche fotografia ,cinema ,televisione hotel dista circa 1 km
Con la definizione Zona Tortona si intende ormai il quadrilatero che comprende via Solari, via Stendhal, via Tortona ,via Bergognonee le Viuzze interne, via Savona,via Voghera,via Bugatti, via Forcella Design-creatività-innovazione-idee-atmosfera-internazionalita Hote dista dalla Zona Tortoa circa 800 metri
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