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Milan is the biggest city of the North and the second largest city in Italy. It is also the capital city of Lombardy and a huge industrial hub. It does not mean, though, that tourists have nothing to look for here - quite to the contrary, industrial plants are located on the outskirts, while the city…

Leisure time

The first item on your Milan itinerary should be St. Mary's Birth Cathedral - one of the biggest Gothic temples in the world. It is hard not to notice it, chiefly because of nearly 2,000 sculptures adorning its facade. Opera La Scala is one of Italy's, and Europe's, most famous opera scenes.…

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While in Milan, you cannot miss deep fried panzerotti doughnuts stuffed with cheese or ham - a victual to be bought at Piazza Duomo. They are made of yeast dough and resemble Polish pierogi, or dumplings. Cannoli are Sicilian cakes, also popular in Milan. They are shaped like little pipes, deep fried,…

Shopping

Milan is the seat of many world-renowned fashion houses. The area between via dellaSpiga, via Montenapoleone, and via Sant’Andrea is dotted with boutiques by the most famous brands. On via Sant’ Andrea 11 you will shop at Kenzo, at no. 14 you will find Versace, while at no. 21 - MiuMiu. If…

Accommodation

It is not very easy to find affordable accommodation in Milan. Nor is finding accommodation overnight, so-called walk-ins, especially during fairs. Therefore, you are advised to book well in advance, for instance using Milano Hotels Central Booking. If you are travelling with your pet, you may stay…

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Milan's attractions are scattered all around town, which is why you are advised to use public transportation, particularly the subway and trams. Milan subway network comprises three lines, it is very well developed and fast, yet if you are covering a short route, you may want to hop on a bus or a…

Active time

There are many places in Milan that you can spend your leisure time actively. An open-air swimming pool has been operating on Piazzale Lotto 15 since 1931. It has developed into a sports centre, complete with two soccer pitches, four tennis courts, and three gymnasiums, all available for both locals…

There are many places in Milan that you can spend your leisure time actively.

An open-air swimming pool has been operating on Piazzale Lotto 15 since 1931. It has developed into a sports centre, complete with two soccer pitches, four tennis courts, and three gymnasiums, all available for both locals and tourists.

You may also play tennis at one of two courts on via Vincenzo Monti 57A/8 (Mediolanum Tennis).

The most popular swimming pools in town are Olympic-size Piscina Cozzi on VialeTunisia 35 at the intersection with via Antonio Zarotto), or Piscina Romano on via Ampère 20, located near the university campus, as well as Piscina Solari on via Montevideo 20.

Tonic Club on via Mestre 7 belongs to an Italian health club chain. It has four squash courts and a climbing wall. You may also take part in dance or martial arts classes.

If you are a golf enthusiast, you will find an excellent course just 7 kilometres away from Milan - Golf le Rovedine (via Karl Marx 18, Noverasco di Opera). The club has both an 18- and a 9-hole course.

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