Heading north-west, you’ll meet the magnificent Sforza Castle, surrounded by Parco Sempione - the perfect place where to walk during hot summer days. Going further west Santa Maria delle Grazie, the splendid renaissance church which hosts Leonardo Da Vinci’s masterpiece The Last Supper. You also don’t want to miss the incredible art collection inside the Pinacoteca di Brera, located in the namesake district.
However, Milan hides its beauties often behind its gates: you can visit some of the gardens in the city’s private villas, some of which are actual museums, such as Villa Necchi Campiglio or Poldi Pezzoli. Flow through the history of the city following its waterways, the Navigli, or head to Porta Nuova or City Life with their modern skylines to live the future of this city