Do you want to visit impressive attractions? You’re looking for the most famous shopping miles or enchanting boutiques for the perfect shopping trip? Or you’re interested in fascinating buildings of art and culture? We’ve compiled a selection for you.

    • Navigli district

      On the banks of the Naviglio
      There is scarcely a better place in Milan to let yourself drift for a while on balmy summer evenings. The former workers’ and craftsmen’s district of Navigli throbs with life. The navigli is a medieval system of interconnected canals that extends all over the city, linking Milan to the Adriatic Sea. Incidentally, also an invention of Leonardo da Vinci is the hydraulic lock mechanism. The Navigli district offers a wide range of distractions and its artist’s studios, individualised shops, pubs, and flea markets have made it a trendy place to be.
      Darsena del Naviglio
      20123 Milan
    • Piazza della Scala

      Monument to Leonardo da Vinci
      Piazza della Scala is situated directly next to Milan Cathedral. Simply stroll along the Galleria de Emanuele II, and you’ll soon find yourself directly on the piazza, with La Scala just opposite. Not only that, you will also encounter a monument to Leonardo da Vinci, whose genius and artistic masterpieces are still benefiting Milan today.
      Piazza della Scala
      20121 Milan
    • Duomo Milano

      You are virtually dazzled when the facade of white marble blazes forth in the sunlight. The regal beauty of the Cathedral is breathtaking, and also inside this place of worship, everything is bathed in light passing through the many colours of the beautifully designed glass windows. Its origins can be traced back over five centuries, to the year 1386. A particularly impressive experience is a sojourn on the roof of the Cathedral – from here you can enjoy a fantastic view of the whole city through over 3000 marble statues.
      Piazza del Duomo
      20122 Milan
    • Parco Sempione

      Castle park
      The grand English style with a little New York Central Park feeling. With its lakes, benches, shady spots, and children’s playgrounds, Parco Sempione is highly popular especially in the summer. It is also home to the Triennale exhibition halls. A beautiful and expansive green oasis at the heart of the city.
      Piazza Sempione
      20154 Milan
    • Via Montenapoleone

      Exclusive shopping street
      Via Montenapoleone is the most magnificent and equally expensive shopping street in Milan. Huddled tightly together, flagship stores present their leading and exclusive fashion labels: Gucci, Etro, Armani, Louis Vuitton, Hogan, and many more are represented here. And even if you don’t buy anything, Via Montenapoleone is the perfect invitation for a leisurely window shopping tour.
      Via Montenapoleone
      20121 Milan
    • Via Sant’Andrea

      Italian and high priced
      On Via Sant’Andrea, only a stone’s throw from the feudal Via Monte Napoleone and the upscal Via della Spiga, you will find above all Italian labels like Antonio Fusco, Moschino, or Missoni. Also the style this street presents is something special and well worth a sightseeing tour for architecture lovers.
      Via Sant'Andrea
      20121 Milan
    • Via della Spiga

      Top class fashion street
      Even if they don’t have their head office here, high priced designer labels are guaranteed to find a sales outlet in the fashion street of Via della Spiga. Whether Prada, Blumarine, Belstaff, Tod’s, or Tiffany & Co., a leisurely stroll over this pretty and exclusive street will take you to them all. An incredibly beautiful fashion experience.
      Via della Spiga
      20121 Milan
    • La Vetrina di Beryl

      Trendy fashion labels
      You will find this chic shopping pearl in the historical trendy district of Brera, far from the major, pompous shopping streets. Brands like See by Chloé, Sonia Rykiel, United Nude, or Jil Sander adorn the shelves and clothes hangers – a true paradise for high fashion fans. Particularly impressive, albeit with a high risk of addiction, are the shoe collections – and the girls will certainly be taking a new pair back with them.
      Via Statuto, 4
      20121 Milan
      +39 02 654 278
    • 10 Corso Como

      Stylish concept store
      The concept is simply fantastic. This is not only a place for shopping, just as important for the organisers is the communication and presentation of art. At 10 Corso Como, style and art are mentioned in the same breath – a unique blend of art, music, and design. You are immersed in a different, stylish world, in no way superficial, but one of charm. Whether at the store, the book shop, the gallery, or even the 3Rooms Hotel, you will find and feel the spirit of 10 Corso Como everywhere you go.
      Corso Como, 10
      20154 Milan
      +39 02 290 026 74
    • La Rinascente

      Elegant department store
      Founded in 1917, this upscale department store is situated directly next to the Cathedral. On eight floors it offers cool fashion for men and women, quality cosmetics, great children’s toys, home decorations, and – on the seventh floor – a food market that is yet to meet its match. This delicatessen department is open daily until midnight and offers only the finest products. And if hunger should grab you unawares, you can enjoy small and large delicacies at one of several restaurants or cafés, like the panorama restaurant.
      Piazza Duomo
      20121 Milan
      +39 02 885 21
    • Peck

      A visit to the Peck delicatessen is an absolute must. Founded in 1883 by Czech immigrants, Peck has evolved from a butcher’s shop to a delicatessen. Today, this establishment with its wine cellar, Italian bar, and restaurant Cracco Peck has become a permanent fixture in the Milanese gourmet scene. It’s simply a pleasure to wander through the aisles and marvel at the tastefully and respectfully presented products of meat, cheese, and pastries. And, of course, you can also purchase some.
      Via Spadari, 9
      20123 Milan
      +39 02 802 31 61
    • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

      A beautiful passage
      This pearl of 19th century architecture is a true feast for the eyes. The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is situated directly next to Milan Cathedral. Its eye-catching design boasts intricate stuccowork, frescos, marble, a beautiful dome, and floors of lovely tiles. Here you will find above all outlets for exclusive fashion labels as well as popular and extraordinary cafés like the Savini or Gucci Café.
      Piazza Duomo
      20123 Milan
    • Cavallie e Nastri

      Vintage charm
      Not only Italian fashion, you will also find designer clothing from Great Britain, France and the USA. However, you’ll find only what deserves the stamp "Vintage". With their touch of nostalgia, these romantic items invite you to a brief sojourn in past fashion eras. Girls can simply spend hours here…Oh, if only the Scala, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, and so many more besides weren’t waiting for us as well…!
      Via Brera, 2
      20121 Milan
      +39 02 720 004 49
    • Santa Maria delle Grazie

      Masterpiece: «The Last Supper»
      A Unesco World Heritage site since 1980, the church Santa Maria delle Grazie achieved world fame above all for its mural, "The Last Supper", painted by Leonardo da Vinci in 1498. You don’t have to be a Christian to feel a sense of humility when viewing this work. Undoubtedly the most famous painting in Milan, only 25 persons may admire this for fifteen minutes at any one time – so don’t forget to order your admission tickets in advance.
      Via Guiseppe Antonio Sassi, 3
      20123 Milan
      +39 02 467 61 11
    • Pinacoteca di Brera

      Italian painting
      In addition to the Academy of Fine Arts, the baroque Palazzo Brera is also home to the Pinacoteca di Brera whose collection of paintings reaches back to the year 1776 when Lombardy was still in possession of the Habsburgs. The exhibited works focus on Italian painting, including Tintoretto’s "Finding of the body of St. Mark" and Raphael’s "The Marriage of the Virgin". Closed Mondays.
      Via Brera, 28
      20121 Milan
      +39 02 722 632 64
    • Teatro alla Scala

      Opera house
      The world’s most famous and most important opera house, in short: La Scala, is situated on the piazza of the same name at the heart of Milan. Inaugurated in 1778, it was reopened in 1946, less than three years after severe bomb damage during World War II. Presenting a rather plain Neoclassical style on the outside, its interior is virtually unparalleled in beauty. Opera fans travel here from all over the world in order to experience live an opera or ballet.
      Piazza della Scala, 1
      20121 Milan
      +39 02 720 037 44
    • Triennale Design Museum

      This museum for contemporary Italian art is situated in the beautiful Parco Sempione. The permanent exhibits are augmented by special programmes at regular intervals. The collection at the Triennale Design Museum is highly significant and a dynamic representative of the inspiring diversity presented by modern Italian design. Moreover, the Triennale is a meeting place for interactive and experimental art.
      Viale Alemagna, 6
      20121 Milan
      +39 02 724 341


    Milan is not only Fashion City, but Furniture City as well. There are beautiful furniture stores to discover here. And, of course, also stylish designer furniture next to the vintage and antique. Via Durini presents tight rows of trendy and quality brand stores like bulthaup, Cassina, and B&B Italia. Delightfully inspiring.

    Via Durini
    Via Durini
    20122 Milan

    Fancy the one or other bargain on a shopping binge? Then you’ve got to stop at DMagazine Outlet. A little like "all or nothing", you’re positively swept away by the shopping bug, when you stumble across really fantastic articles or simply nothing at all. Then you’ll appreciate a side trip to the two other outlets in Via Forcella and Via Manzoni.

    DMagazine Outlet
    Via Bigli, 4
    20121 Milan
    +39 02 366 438 88