From Moroccan slippers to Indian rugs, you can probably find it at this grand bazaar, which is filled with eclectic and unusual clothes and home items from around the world.
Just south of the world-famous Duomo in Milan, this historic church was built in the 9th century. More commonly known as “San Satiro,” it houses Byzantine frescoes and other works of art.
Join us and you’ll get the best and the unexpected out of the city, all in a rideTrust us, Milan by bike is amazing!You will experience another city: relaxed, green, cute, authentic, lively.You know, most of Milan’s beauty is not visible at a first glance and we find this intriguing, don’t you? Bike & The City takes you on a unique itinerary revealing Milan at its best.
Why visit a cemetery when you’re on vacation, you ask? The tombs at this Milan burial ground offer a great glimpse of Italian artistic styles from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
If you’re a foodie—or in any way a fan of authentic Italian mozzarella in all its marvelous forms-- Obikà is the place for you. Its cheese offerings are renowned, but its entire menu offers a wide range of high-quality artisanal products typical of the Italian tradition.
Museum features a splendid collection of arts and crafts from the Renaissance period and a Museum Shop with items inspired by the museum collections.
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