Milan is the beating heart of Italian economy, a symbol of hard work, and the largest Italian city after Rome.

Although the Cathedral with its Madonnina statue is the most popular landmark of the city, there are many other places and monuments known all over the world: the Teatro alla Scala, the Sforza Castle, and the Navigli canals.

Visiting Milan is an unforgettable experience; you can contemplate the shop windows of major ateliers; go to the Galleria d’Arte Moderna; or have a break with a cocktail in one of the countless hip bars of the city.