Fun for people watching or having a snack with the magnificent Duomo of Milan as a backdrop, this very old town square is ... More
Fun for people watching or having a snack with the magnificent Duomo of Milan as a backdrop, this very old town square is perpetually crowded during daylight hours and early evenings. Easily accessed by public transport. It can be hectic here - visitors are advised to keep their wallets and purses close at hand, and to ignore street vendors, who can be quite aggressive in their sales attempts - especially bracelet vendors, who may tie bracelets on your wrist and then demand 5 Euro.
This romantic garden with 'fake' ruins was planned together with the late neo classical main villa between 1790 and 1793
by the architect Leopoldo Pollack for Count Barbiano di Belgioioso. Poorly equipped for children's games, the gardens have a ...
There is an open area towards Piazza San Babila on Corso Vittorio Emanuele, onto which the impressive church of San
Carlo al Corso looks. It was designed by the Neo Classical architect, Carlo Amati, 1839 47. By pulling back ...
This park was set up in 1969 in the former vegetable and fruit market area. It has several different kinds
of trees including horse chestnut, elm, birch and maple trees. There is also a fountain and a monument to ...