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One Day In Milan: Your 24 Hour Handcrafted Itinerary

Morning – 8 am

Piazza Della Scala

The best way to begin your whirlwind tour of Milan is to visit the legendary Scala Square. This pedestrianized square has stood at its current site since the 19th century.

Morning – 9:30 am

Duomo di Milano

Duomo di Milano or the Milan Cathedral is one of the largest churches in the world. The structure is a fine exponent of erstwhile Gothic architecture.

Morning – 11:30 am

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

This a large composite building made of two Latin cross-shaped arcades and has a glass ceiling. However, instead of housing a quaint museum, it is home to the likes of Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Prada.

Afternoon – 1 pm

Santa Maria Delle Grazie

The humble-looking church is one of the finest exhibits of renaissance architecture in Milan.

Afternoon – 2:30 pm

Last Supper at Cenacolo Vinciano

The refectory of Santa Maria Delle Grazie houses the mural of Leonardo Da Vinci’s The Last Supper.

Afternoon – 4 pm

Castello Sforzesco

Sforza Castle is regarded as one of the representative monuments of Milan. Fans of medieval military strategy games will immediately recognize the structure’s defensive build.

Evening – 6 pm

Brera Design District

The first place to go as soon as the sun sets is the Brera Design District. It is an artsy neighborhood in the historical center of Milan, famous for its small churches, antique boutiques, and charming art galleries.

Night – 7:30 pm


Navigli district is famous for a network of navigable canals that were once used to transport goods from the lakes in the area.

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