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WELCOME TO MILAN
Milan is a metropolis that finds a perfect and dynamic balance between history and modernity. While it is considered one of the world’s fashion and design capitals, as well as a financial hub, Milan is also a city of culture and thought. Visiting Milan, one cannot miss the Duomo, a Gothic cathedral built in 1386, which is the symbol of Milan. Beside the Duomo, stands the Royal Palace, a fine example of Neo-classical architecture. La Scala, the most important opera house in the world, is also located in Milan. The museum, attached to the opera house, boasts valuables, such as the Verdian collection.
HOW TO ARRIVE
Arriving in Milan is simple and exciting. Use the efficient public transportation system, including the metro and trams, to explore the city. Enjoy the charm of walking through the historic center or opt for taxis and rideshare services for convenience. Consider the ease of transportation passes. Welcome to Milan, where fashion and design await you at every turn!
Exploring Milan is made easy with its efficient public transport system that features both metro and trams. Additionally, the historic center can be explored on foot, and taxis or rideshares can also be used for those seeking to travel with greater comfort. To avoid any transportation-related hassles, consider purchasing transportation passes. While getting around Milan, take in both fashion and design, making the most of everything this vibrant city has to offer.