Itinerary: Days in Milan, Italy

Itinerary: Days in Milan, Italy


Italy is one of my favourite countries in the world, but there are some important things to know before travelling there. For one, it's an extremely diverse country. So Milan will be different from any other Italian city you may have visited before.
Milan is perhaps the most fashionable city in all of Italy. And that's not easy in this stylish country! Milan's inhabitants, its architecture, its sights - they all ooze elegance. As one of the wealthiest cities in Europe and global fashion capital, it's a very cosmopolitan city with a lifestyle that's quite distinct from the rest of Italy. The city is home to various sights, both old and new, that are well worth visiting. But it takes some exploring to see past the glamorous shop windows and discover the quirkier side of Milan. If you spend your two days in Milan wisely you're sure to fall in love with the city.
Although Milan is not as popular with tourists as other Italian cities there is quite a lot to see and do, and trying to see everything in Milan in two days will be difficult. But there are some things that you should absolutely see and experience during your time here.
Milan Cathedral. Milan's most popular landmark is its Cathedral. It's one of the largest churches in the world and took nearly six centuries to complete. Due to this long building process, the cathedral combines various different styles. The Milan Cathedral is a very impressive building and provides tons of photo opportunities. You will want to take pictures in front of the church but also on top. Wait, what? Yes, you can actually visit the rooftop of the cathedral. And while the inside is extremely stunning and deserves a visit during your two days in Milan, it's the rooftop that steals the show. From here, you have a fantastic view of Milan. And despite being in the centre of such a bustling city, the rooftop is an oasis of peacefulness.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Next, you will want to see the beautiful Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II which is just next door. This is Italy’s oldest and classiest shopping mall. And even if you don’t want to buy anything in this upscale mall, you will appreciate its beauty. The stunning glass dome and the gorgeous mosaic floor will be one of the highlights of your two days in Milan.
La Scala. Not far from here, you will find the Scala, one of the most famous operas in the world. You can even do the museum tour to see the interior. If you want to see one of the actual performances you should get tickets early as they can sell out quickly. Watching a performance in the same opera where composers like Puccini and Verdi worked would definitely be one of the top experiences during your trip.

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