Milan means shopping, of all kinds: from the Fashion District to Corso Vercelli, from Brera to Corso Buenos Aires, from Porta Ticinese to Via Torino you can find clothing, gifts, art and tech, not to mention extraordinary delis. It's no coincidence: Milan Fashion Week is one of the most important events in the world for designers and buyers.
It soars in the sky with an enviable skyline
Architecture is at the heart and center of the city, thanks to the Design Week, the Salone del Mobile and Fuorisalone. The new districts (Porta Nuova, Gae Aulenti, Bosco Verticale, City Life) reshaped the city, with skyscrapers and new green spaces designed by the most important contemporary architects.
Walking through the streets of Milan you'll find extravaganza, a mix of different styles and the freedom to dress and be whoever you want. Elegance is widespread, but the spirit is casual.
Milan is Italy’s financial hub
Italian and foreign investors have always brought their companies to our metropolis, people with talent and ideas have always chosen to come here to turn them into reality. In Milan you can work and make your dreams come true, because it is not true that we only think about work, it is that here working is more pleasant.
It’s all flat
With caution, perhaps using the cycling lanes, Milan can be easily explored by bike (even using the much-loved public bike sharing service) or on foot. In any case, public transport works very well: if you live and work in the city you don’t need a car.
Happy Hour, at a bar or at home
Prosecco, Gin Tonic, the Negroni Sbagliato invented at the Bar Basso, the newly renovated Camparino. Happy Hour in Milan marks the shift from work to play, in the company of friends, colleagues or family. The Arco della Pace comes to life at this time, together with the Navigli and Brera canals, Porta Venezia and NOLO - anywhere, really!
It’s Italy’s most international city
From multicultural districts to restaurants and international schools, Milan is a pocket-sized city that’s still liveable. Of course, it's better to learn Italian not only because you’ll need it but because you’ll end up loving it!
It’s a kid-friendly city
The Museum of Science and Technology, the Planetarium, the MUDEC museum, parks large and small with playgrounds designed for them and several sports clubs to choose from. It is small, cozy and vibrant: perfect for growing up together with other children.
Lakes, mountains and beaches are all close by
In less than two hours you are at the beach, in Liguria; in 45 minutes you are at Lake Varese or Como, Lake Garda or Lake Maggiore. Do you want to ski or hike? The mountains, whether Valtellina or Val Brembana, are within easy reach, as are the rolling hills of Brianza.
A stroke of good luck
It is one of the symbols of the city: the bull in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele is often restored because people rub it for good fortune.
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