Trendy boutiques and bars can be found in back streets, whereas those busy thoroughfares carry mighty towers which signal superior economic thump of the city. Milan also hosts a couple of major football clubs, Milano and Internazionale, and they both share San Siro stadium which has its own historic significance. Milan is known as centre of finance, fashion and football and is definitely most elegant city of the country.
Being known as Lombard capital and with gigantic urban sprawl, Milan does not seem like typical Italian metropolis. However, with residents from around the country living in this city, visitors can find the entire Italy inside just one city.
Despite all that modern flair, Milano has a lot of history in it as well. Take a break from that modern metropolitan hustle, and you’ll stumble across innumerable palaces and churches. Starting from the city center, you’ll find gigantic Gothic cathedral which is one of biggest of its kinds all over the world. After that, you can enjoy visiting ‘Santa Maria delle Grazie’ church in which you will be able to witness that ‘Last Supper’ restored painting of Da Vinci. This church is also known for the fact that it survived the bombing raids during World War II.