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Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Milan, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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About the city of Milan: Your comprehensive guide

Welcome to the global capital of fashion and design! Get ready to immerse yourself in a rich history, iconic landmarks, and avant-garde culture. Don't miss the awe-inspiring cathedral—the Duomo—while you're here; it's a masterpiece that took nearly six centuries to complete. Whether you're an art aficionado or a style guru, this city's got you covered. And hey, your trip won't be complete without savoring Risotto alla Milanese and a delicious Osso Buco. Enjoy!

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

When visiting Milan, foodies should definitely try Risotto alla Milanese, a creamy and savory dish seasoned with saffron, giving it a beautiful yellow hue. It's often served with ossobuco, another Milanese specialty. Ossobuco is a hearty and flavorful dish made from braised veal shanks, cooked slowly with white wine, broth, onions, celery, carrots, and tomatoes.

Another must-try is Cotoletta alla Milanese, a breaded and fried veal cutlet, crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. It is usually served with lemon wedges or accompanied by a simple side of roasted or sautéed vegetables.

Don't forget to savor the delightful taste of Panettone during your stay. This sweet bread loaf is filled with candied fruits and raisins and is a Christmas staple but can be found year-round due to its popularity.

Milan is also the place to enjoy some traditional Italian aperitivo. This pre-meal drink tradition is meant to stimulate the appetite, and it is usually accompanied by small bites of savory snacks. Negroni Sbagliato is a popular local cocktail, a twist on the classic Negroni, replacing gin with sparkling wine, combined with sweet vermouth and Campari.

Gorgonzola, a blue-veined, creamy, and flavorful cheese originating from the town with the same name near Milan, is another delight you should experience. It is widely used in various dishes or enjoyed on its own with bread or crackers.

When talking about sweets, Panna Cotta is a must-have. This creamy dessert is usually flavored with vanilla and can be topped with fruits, nuts, or chocolate.

For pasta lovers, indulge in some traditional Pasta e Fagioli. This hearty dish combines pasta and beans and is seasoned with aromatic herbs, creating a satisfying and flavorful experience.

At the end of each spot in our audio guide, we will provide you with the names and locations of the nearest highly recommended restaurants according to Google users’ opinions, ensuring you experience the best culinary delights Milan has to offer.

Transportation and getting around the city

So, you're off to Milano! Great choice, by the way. To kick things off, landing at Malpensa Airport, your best bet is the Malpensa Express train. It’ll zip you straight to the city center in around 50 minutes, and you can snag tickets at the airport or online. Super easy and efficient, and it drops you right at Milano Centrale, the main railway station, or at Cadorna station, closer to the city center.

Once you're in the city, you’ll want to get familiar with the ATM Milano app. It's super handy and will sort you out with public transport info, routes, and tickets all in one place. It covers buses, trams, and the metro. And, speaking of the metro, it’s pretty straightforward – four lines, color-coded, covering most of the city. It’s your best friend to zip around Milano.

For times when you prefer above-ground travels, the trams and buses are solid. You can buy tickets from newsstands, ticket machines at metro stations, or straight from the ATM Milano app. And, a little tip – the tickets are valid for 90 minutes, so you can hop on and off as much as you need in that time.

If you’re more into pedal power, Milan’s bike-sharing scheme, BikeMi, is a breeze. Register online, and it’s all systems go to pick up a bike from one of the many stations scattered around the city.

Now, if you fancy soaking in the city vibes on foot, areas like Brera and Navigli are perfect. You’ll stumble across a heap of quaint boutiques, charming eateries, and cozy cafes. It’s all very walkable and super picturesque.

Taxis? You’ll find plenty, but they can be a tad pricey. The freeITaxi or UBER app will be your go-to for hailing a cab and keeping track of your fare in real time.

Thinking of catching a tour bus? The City Sightseeing Bus is a great way to get your bearings and see the sights. You’ll find these red double-deckers near major tourist spots, and tickets are easy to grab online or directly on the bus.

Milano is a city that’s bustling with energy and overflowing with charm. Whether you’re walking through its historic streets, cycling along the canals, or riding the metro to its diverse neighborhoods, there’s always a new corner to explore, and transport is plentiful and varied to suit your style. Enjoy every moment!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Duomo di Milano . Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II . Sforzesco Castle . Teatro alla Scala .

3d : Duomo di Milano . Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II . Sforzesco Castle . Teatro alla Scala . Pinacoteca di Brera . Piazza del Duomo . Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci . Basilica San Lorenzo Maggiore . Navigli . Brera .

5d : Duomo di Milano . Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II . Sforzesco Castle . Teatro alla Scala . Santa Maria delle Grazie . Pinacoteca di Brera . Sempione Park . Piazza del Duomo . Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio . Monumental Cemetery . Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci . Bosco Verticale . Basilica San Lorenzo Maggiore . Navigli . Brera .

All : Duomo di Milano . Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II . Sforzesco Castle . Teatro alla Scala . Santa Maria delle Grazie . Pinacoteca di Brera . Sempione Park . Piazza del Duomo . Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio . Monumental Cemetery . Triennale di Milano . San Siro Stadium . Royal Palace of Milan . Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci . Ambrosian Library . Arco della Pace . Bosco Verticale . Poldi Pezzoli Museum . Via Monte Napoleone . Fondazione Prada . Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore . Pirelli HangarBicocca . Leonardo da Vinci's Vineyard . Santuario di San Bernardino alle Ossa . Piazza Mercanti . Mudec . Bagatti Valsecchi Museum . Porta Nuova . Milan Natural History Museum . Basilica San Lorenzo Maggiore . Modern Art Gallery . Indro Montanelli Garden . Chiesa di Santa Maria presso San Satiro . Gallerie d’Italia . Museo Civico Archeologico . Piazza della Scala . Basílica de Sant'Eustorgio . Colonnes de Saint-Laurent . Teatro alla Scala Museum . Naviglio Grande . Piazza Gae Aulenti . Corso Como . Casa museo Boschi di Stefano . Corso Buenos Aires . Armani/Silos . Porta Venezia . Corso Sempione . Via della Spiga . Corso Venezia . Madonnina . Via Torino . Villa Reale . Navigli . Brera . Porta Nuova .

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