Milan truly is a cosmopolitan city in every sense of the word, and must be considered the best of the city breaks.
The fashion capital of the world offers style lovers the best in catwalk couture and whether you prefer Gucci, Prada, or Dolce and Gabbana, it’s all here in Milan.
But there is far more to Milan than fashion. Milan hosts some of the most impressive architecture in the world, such as the Duomo Cathedral, which dates back to the 14th century, where visitors can attend Sunday Mass in this symbol of true gothic elegance.
The Basilica of Sant Ambrogio is another must-see for history lovers, as it contains many artefacts and works of art spanning 1600 years. One of the oldest theatres in the world, La Scala Theatre, is the home of modern Opera music and a haven for music and opera fans the world over.
Milan is also home to football clubs AC Milan and Inter Milan, and you can catch regular matches from two of the most popular clubs in Italy.
However, The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci is arguably the most important work of Renaissance art in Milan and completely unmissable. Visit the church of Santa Maria della Grazie for a chance to view the masterpiece, and awe at the beauty that Milan has to offer.