If you come on a visit to Milan for Expo 2015 don’t miss the opportunity to relax visiting one of the beautiful lakes of northern Italy: Lake Como, Lake Garda, Lake Maggiore and Lake Iseo. Exposition Milan show you the beauty and the peculiarities of these jewels of northern Italy and some special offers to visit them ..
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If you have decided to visit Expo, then you can not absolutely miss the opportunity to discover a little more about one of the most beautiful cities in Italy: Milan. But Milan is also a big city, where the attractions and points of interest are much more numerous than you might imagine. We therefore propose five places to visit in a day if you haven’t the opportunity to stay longer!
You know, the beauty of Milan is comes from its historical and cultural places, museums and art galleries. Between a shopping session and the other, make sure you do not miss any of the most beautiful places of culture in Milan. Here you can find the most important museums and art galleries.
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La Triennale di Milano is located inside the Palace of Art, it is a cultural institution that produces international exhibitions, conferences and events of design, fashion, art, communication, architecture, society and cinema. The Triennale organizes exhibitions of great visibility, especially dedicated to contemporary art, to the great designers, architects and world-class designers, who were able to influence the tastes and habits of modern society.
The Teatro alla Scala in Milan is one of the most famous theaters in the world. For over two hundred years the theater hosts international artists and commissioned works still present in the programming of opera houses around the globe. It is located in the homonymous Piazza della Scala, flanked by the La Scala Theatre Museum.
The Navigli (canals) are a system of irrigation canals and waterways, with Milan in the center, which once put in communication Lake Maggiore, Como and down Ticino opening the water waisfrom Milan to Switzerland and Northwest Europe. Today on the banks of the Naviglio Grande there is one of the symbol of Milan’s nightlife. In fact, what was once one of the commercial centers of the city, now hosts the most characteristic and fashionable Milan. On summer evenings, you can discover the younger side of the city, having dinner at a restaurant or visiting one of the local vintage shops in this area.