Things to Do in Milan
Milan, which is better known as the ‘Fashion and Design Capital of the World’, provides metropolitan services with a hometown experience. The most populous city in Italy, particularly famous for International fashion brands has much more to offer. Milan is also the main industrial and financial center of Italy as it houses the headquarters of the largest National and International banks.
Before visiting the city, it is advisable to know of the major attractions and make a list of things to do in Milan. The residents of the city have a world beyond Fashion as well, and are known to have strengths in arts, commerce, design, healthcare, tourism, education and finance.
From ‘The Last Supper’ to the ‘Milan Cathedral’, the fashion capital has a lot to offer. Check out the following list of things to do in Milan.
The Last Supper
Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’ is undoubtedly the most popular attraction for the tourists visiting Milan. This should feature on the top of your list of things to do in Milan. The most famous mural of Milan is located in the refectory of a monastery, not far from the city center. The monastery which houses the world famous mural by Leonardo da Vinci is attached to the much famous ‘Santa Maria delle Grazie church’.
Getting an entry ticket to view the mural is as difficult as getting a front-row seat at a Prada fashion show. So it is advisable to book a ticket in advance to save yourself the trouble of waiting or wasting the entire day without even getting a chance to have a look at celebrated ‘The Last Supper’. The fortunate ones who get to enter the refectory get only 15 minutes to examine and admire the work of Leonardo da Vinci. The best way to get an entry into the refectory is by signing up for city-tours or guided visits. Also, spare a few minutes to visit the adjoining ‘Santa Maria delle Grazie church’.