Milan is in. This is shown not only by the steadily growing number of visitors, but also by the increasing number of “repeaters”. The connection to lifestyle and fashion, but also to Italian opera, is unmistakable. Giuseppe Verdi and his grandiose legacy are closely linked to the city, and you will come across his traces again and again on beautiful walks.
Thanks to three commercial airports, the city is well connected to Europe and worth a visit at any time of the year. The huge and spacious cathedral square, the magnificent cathedral itself as well as the famous Galleria Vittorio Emmanuele II are only some of the many sights that one should definitely have seen.
But what would Milan be without the legendary Teatro alla Scala? The unique opera house was and still is an attraction for big voices and big opera. Here, one can experience stars from all over the world evening after evening - perfectly cast up to the supporting roles. In the extremely elegant ambience of marble, velvet and gold, the audience likes to present their evening attire - the Scala is one of the last music temples in Europe, where one still likes to make “bella figura”.