Built in 1368 by Gian Galeazzo Visconti to defend the city from attack, the castle was enlarged by military architect Magatti ... More
Built in 1368 by Gian Galeazzo Visconti to defend the city from attack, the castle was enlarged by military architect Magatti under the instruction of Visconti's successor Gian Galeazzo. Destroyed in 1447, Castello Sforzesco was rebuilt between 1450 and 1500 and enlarged under Francesco Sforza's rule. In 1500, once Sforza's rule was over, the building regained its military function and, after successive transformations, eventually fell into ruin. Rebuilt in the late 1900s, from 1893 onwards the castle gradually became home to various cultural institutions and art collections and remains an integral part of the city's culture today. Guided tours are available. Check the website for timing and other details.
Galles is an elegant hotel situated near the shops on Corso Buenos Aires, and not far from some of Milan's
main attractions. The Museum of Natural Sciences and the Public Gardens are only 800 metres away and the Scala ...
Starhotels Business Palace is located approximately three miles from the city center and five miles from Linate Airport. This location
is also three miles from Duomo Cathedral, La Scala Theater, and Sforzesco Castle. Hotel amenities include the fitness center, ...
Play Planet is wholly devoted to children's entertainment. A large structure protected by nets and mattresses allows children to follow
designated routes through slides, rubber balls, little staircases, tunnels and trap doors. Socks must be worn and the children ...
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