A taste of Milan


Palazzo Reale


Palazzo di Brera

This quick itinerary of Milan of roughly an hour takes you to see some of the main attractions of the city passing through seven stops, including the Palazzo Reale, the Duomo di Milano, the Castello Sforzesco and the Palazzo di Brera.

Follow the directions on the maps and listen to our audio guides to find out more about what surrounds you.


place Palazzo Reale

Did you know that this palace, which nowadays hosts contemporary exhibitions, was built in the middle ages and was the seat of many powerful families?
(total duration: 4:10 m)

place Museo del '900

The palace in which the Museo del '900 resides is named "Palazzo dell'Arengario". Do you want to know where this name comes from?
(total duration: 1:41 m)

place Duomo di Milano

Did you know that on the spires of the Duomo there are more than 3400 statues? Would you bet that you know some of the figures?
(total duration: 5:09 m)

place Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

The Galleria is a masterpiece of architecture that attracts tourists from all over the world. Did you know that the architect who built it never saw it completed? Are you interested in knowing why? Listen.
(total duration: 5:30 m)

place Teatro alla Scala

At first sight you will see an archway, what do you think it was used for? Tip: it wasn't just an element of decoration.
(total duration: 3:47 m)

place Castello Sforzesco

When you arrive in front of the castle, observe the facade. do you see the big windows on the walls? What do you think they were built for?
(total duration: 6:07 m)

place Palazzo di Brera

Discover the palace that hosts the Pinacoteca di Brera and the Accademia delle Belle Arti.
(total duration: 4:41 m)

Want to take a small walk in the green with the aroma of aromatic herbs? Cross the palace and follow the signs to the botanical garden.

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