Milan Quick Facts

Publish Time:2019-08-26 11:30:36Source:Milan Tourism Bureau

【Introduction】:What’s New in Milan?

Up-and-coming Neighborhoods New Developments

• Isola — originally surrounded by decades-old railroad tracks, this urban “island” is a popular destination with young Milanese for its burgeoning creativity, street art, and bustling bars and nightlife.

• Brera — an artists’ area whose cobblestone streets are lined with galleries and restaurants.

• Navigli — explore Milan’s canal system and have a drink in the world’s smallest bar.

• Porta Nuova — winner of Best Regeneration Project Aware at MIPIM Real Estate Festival 2018.

• CityLife Shopping District — created by Zaha Hadid, the district includes the tallest skyscraper in Italy and covers 255,000 sq. meters


Leonardo 500 Celebrations

• Leonardo’s Sale delle Asse at the Castello Sforzesco, inaccessible since 2011, is again open to visitors. Its restoration brought to light original sketches and drawings by Da Vinci. Inauguration May 2, 2019.

• Citywide exhibition of artworks inspired by the famous Leonardo’s Horse — after a full exhibition of all the works at the San Siro Racecourse in May 2019.

• Exhibitions, events and shows throughout Milan centered on Leonardo’s life and work in the city where he spent the best and longest part of his creative life.


• 20 Michelin-starred restaurants,

with offerings ranging from traditional Milanese and Italian fare to innovative twists and unexpected fusions from cultures across the world.

• Famous “aperitivo” — happy hour with Milanese flair.

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