In the district of Piazza Duomo you can meet one of the largest castles in Europe, wanted by Galeazzo II Visconti to protect the city center and today rich in museums, Castello Sforzesco, as well as Palazzo Reale, Civic Museum of Contemporary Art, Piazza S. Babila , Teatro Alla Scala, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, "the living room of Milan" that was built to connect Piazza Duom, Piazza della Scala and Pinacoteca di Brera.
You can continue the visit to one of the historic buildings of Milan, as well as the headquarters for many centuries of the Ospedale Maggiore, Ca 'Granda, which was built by Francesco Sforza in 1456 with the function of asylum and assistance to the poor sick of the city .
Continuing, then ,visiting the Monumental Cemetery, that was built in 1866 and originally destinated as a cemetery of the emerging bourgeoisie, where even non-Catholics could find their place. The central part of the cemetery is the Famedio which houses the remains of people who made the history of Milan, including Alessandro Manzoni.
The Milan Central Station was completed during the Fascist period. It enjoys evocative places and so rich in history. The parquet, trampled by Mussolini and Hitler, still shows a swastika inlay.
Porta Romana, in Piazza delle Medaglie d'Oro, was the old official entrance to the city.
Milan is a town full of streets and historic and iconic neighborhoods to visit: Via Monte Napoleone, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, Via Ripamonti and Corso Buenos Aires.
You can end your visit to Milan heading towards the Navigli area with the Darsena, once the city's commercial center, today a place of fun and entertainment for young people and families.