Découvrez les merveilles de Milan

Découvrez les richesses culturelles de Milan en visitant ces lieux d’intérêt :  Le parc Sempione est un parc à l’anglaise, d’une superficie de 47 hectares, situé près du château des Sforza, aux portes du centre historique de Milan. Un certain nombre de bâtiments historiques et d’institutions milanaises se trouvent dans l’enceinte du parc, notamment l’Arc de Triomphe monumental et une tour de plus de 100 mètres de haut. Le parc est joliment aménagé dans un style paysager aux sentiers sinueux, avec de grandes étendues de pelouse ouvertes au public, une remarquable collection de grands arbres et, en son centre, une charmante passerelle qui enjambe un bassin. Le parc Sempione attire les foules tout particulièrement au printemps et en été quand, à la belle saison, de nombreux événements y sont organisés. Découvrez les alentours du parc en optant pour Walk Alternative Art Milan, faites une visite à pied des recoins secrets de la ville comme les tours Bosco Verticale et la Porta Garibaldi, porte de la ville de Milan. Découvrez-en davantage sur les sites touristiques recommandés.

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Duomo di Milano

3.35 mi / 5.39 km depuis l’hôtel
One of Milan's more easily recognizable landmarks, the Duomo di Milano is a spectacular monument that should be on every sightseeing itinerary. Don't forget to take pictures in front of this Gothic and Renaissance masterpiece, which took about six centuries to complete.

Via Montenapoleone

3.43 mi / 5.52 km depuis l’hôtel
Whether planning a shopping spree or wishing to see what gives Milan its fashion-forward reputation, make sure to visit Via Montenapoleone. Don’t forget your camera – this high-end shopping district hints back at the 19th century, when it was a preferred neighborhood for the city's top aristocratic families.

Castello Sforzesco

2.68 mi / 4.31 km depuis l’hôtel
A scenic walk through Milan’s enchanting streets will lead you to this 14th-century fortification. For a time, the Castello Sforzesco also served as one of Milan’s grander residences. Today, visitors will find a variety of cultural museum exhibits.

Teatro alla Scala

3.17 mi / 5.11 km depuis l’hôtel
One of the world’s renowned Opera houses, the Teatro alla Scala is a must-see when visiting Milan. The neighborhood surrounding the Opera House is also filled with lovely squares and museums.

Navigli

3.7 mi / 5.95 km depuis l’hôtel
End a fun-filled day in Milan with a walk along the Navigli, the city’s landmark-lined canal system. During the day, visit the art galleries that are embedded within the side streets of Navigli Grande, or start your evening with an aperitivo or cocktail at one of the many canalside terraces.

Arco della Pace

3.43 mi / 5.52 km depuis l’hôtel
Whether planning a shopping spree or wishing to see what gives Milan its fashion-forward reputation, make sure to visit Via Montenapoleone. Don’t forget your camera – this high-end shopping district hints back at the 19th century, when it was a preferred neighborhood for the city's top aristocratic families.

Lake Como

22.49 mi / 36.19 km depuis l’hôtel
Sail around this magnificent lake surrounded by the Grigna Mountains and visit the picturesque lakeside towns with their quaint charm.

San Siro

1.91 mi / 3.07 km depuis l’hôtel
Home to two world-famous teams, the stadium is a must-visit for all football fans. If you can't catch a match here, at least go on a stadium tour.

Shopping in Milan

3.27 mi / 5.26 km depuis l’hôtel
The style capital, Milan, is a shopper’s paradise. Browse in well-known designer stores or shop in independent boutiques for unique designer pieces.

Pinacoteca di Brera

2.87 mi / 4.63 km depuis l’hôtel
Discover one of the greatest art collections in the world at the Pinacoteca di Brera. A true treat for art and history-lovers, the gallery hosts numerous masterpieces in Italian art history. Afterward, exploring the neighborhood, surrounded by lovely, smaller art galleries, shops, bars, and restaurants.

Cenacolo Vinciano (The Last Supper)

2.7 mi / 4.35 km depuis l’hôtel
Experience Leonardo Da Vinci's world-famous masterpiece, Cenacolo Vinciano (The Last Supper). Painted on one of the refectory walls inside the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, the 4.6 meter-high and 8.8 meter-wide treasure is open to visitors wishing to see it from the artist's original point of view.

Porta Nuova District

2.47 mi / 3.97 km depuis l’hôtel
Discover Milan’s innovative business district, characterized by modern skyscrapers, fashion and design shops, stylish bars, and numerous restaurants. Often described as futuristic, this unique neighborhood also showcases a revolutionary take on contemporary architecture, including a collection of luxury residential apartments with tree-covered terraces.