Milan, Italy

Unless you go with a flight or bus, you will put your step in Milan will be in Milano Centrale, the last of the monumental stations that were built in Italy in the begining of the 20th century, that almost looks like some of the biggest US train stations (by the way, I’m falling in love with the trains lately, so I will be covering this comparison in the future on the website). Once you go to your hotel and leave your bags (or backpack), it’s highly possible that you start your day in Milan in the Piazza del Duomo, where the hugely-rich details of the gothic Milan Cathedral are (I encourage you to go get a ticket to the observation deck), among with the other icon of the city: the Galeria Vittorio Emanuelle II, a gallery for the most expensive trademarks in the world, where you will get your million dollar necklace or maybe just take pictures to upload them on Instagram. A few blocks away, through the Via Dante (the main pedestrian street), this square is connected with the Castello Sforzesco, an epic fortress of the old Sforza family who ruled in the zone on the times of the Renaissance. And behind the castle is the huge Parco Sempione, where you may rest after hours of walking. And lastly, just 3 blocks away from the park is the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, where you can see the famous mural of The Last Supper of Leonardo Da Vinci with your own eyes. Quite unique.

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