Have you decided to spend 3 days in the fashion’s city? Do you decide to settle for the most famous points of interest, or do you want to discover even small hidden treasures? If so, here there are some tips for you on what to see in 3 days in Milan!
Milan is the world capital of fashion and design. It is one of the most important cities in northern Italy and the capital of Lombardy, which is one of the most economically important regions in the country. In fact, Milan is also the seat of the Italian Stock Exchange.
Milan is an amazing city: visit it by public transport, as we recommend in this article, and you'll experience it like a Milanese. There are some must-sees such as the Duomo and the Cenacolo Vinciano, and there are some authentic places to see.
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After seeing this magnificent masterpiece, we advise you to pop into the nearby Leonardo Vineyard. It has been donated by Ludovico Sforza to the artist and has now become part of a museum that can be visited in about 45 minutes, accompanied by an audio guide.
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What's for dinner?
The choice is not easy at all! The typical specialties of Milanese cuisine are the famous Milanese risotto (with saffron) or the cutlet (strictly with bone!). If you happen to be in the city in winter it is also worth tasting the casoeûla, a poor dish based on cabbage and meat, accompanied by polenta with gorgonzola. Or if you want a quick lunch, to eat while moving from place to place, we recommend one of Luini's panzerotti, a real must of the city.