20 Things to do in Milan Italy Travel Guide

Well, welcome to Italy! This week we’re exploring the fashion capital of Europe. We’re here in Milan. But of course there is more to do in Milan than just go …

35 thoughts on “20 Things to do in Milan Italy Travel Guide

  1. WipeBOT says:

    Bad experience – travelled 30 countries – Italy was the worst theft ever. Travelled to Italy for 2 weeks from USA. Drove through 50{12475aba99fbbdf56eb8cf142f8fea6ec42c6e82e2efd03308c3f41cc5142c03} of the country and got robbed in a small town of Vinci – home town of Leonardo. Our car was broken into right next to museum. Have photos of suspected thieves. Reported to police – they didn’t even want to take the police report. You should have seen their faces when I told them that I took a picture – as if chief of police knew the thieves… started to apologize and explain that in Italy there is no chance of finding the thieves. Ohh, my picture even had the license plate of their car – he didn’t even run database to find who they were. Eventually I insisted and he did file a police report that money and passport was stolen. Nowhere on the report he attached that he has a picture or that license plate number

    Passports, computer, 3k cash, suitcase of clothes!!! Ouch … ohh, and I just found out that exactly same thing happened to my Bulgarian friends when they drove to Italy a year later. Broken windows and all stolen items.

  2. Peter Bound says:

    as a Milanese, I want to thank you both for providing an authentic representation of Milan and our cute little traditions of street art, aperitivo, fashion, and culture. Amazing short documentary! 10 out of 10 !

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  4. zzTIME TRAVEL says:

    Recent discovery (my YT icon is a mathematical proof; click to view on Instagram): https://www.instagram.com/p/CF9RDvhnOl2/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
    The guitar may be an instrument created for the dyslexic ~ the guitar's "B" string inherently has 5#s/bs, and naturally its relative major is at the "D" string, with 2#s/bs. The napkin shows in writing that all "written" music can thus (theoretically) be transcribed and transposed into a single picture/pattern super imposed on the guitar's fretboard ~ thx

  5. Harry jr says:

    Really nice to see, I can see your effort. It's like you're doing an hard exam. It has to do with expectations. Cool views, perfect cappuccino, nice pizza's. Everytime you're saying it's beyond imagination. Rissoto has to be good. Kinda mainstream. Hmm risotto, it's so good. Cheesy cheesy, butter. Hmmm….

  6. Marco Giacomelli says:

    It's important to point out that what you see now is what was spared by the bombings or repaired/rebuilt. Milan is a very old town as well but it was nearly destroyed during WW2. Actually, the Allies did everything they could to destroy everything but eventually understood that Milan's buildings didn't burn as Germany's and there was no point in going on. The cathedral itself was damaged. I think there are very awful buildings in Milan but there's a reason for that. Thank you for visiting.

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