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Fortura Giocattoli

Fortura Giocattoli is a well-known name to all Milanese, young and not so young. They have every kind of toy, gadget, puppet and children's costume. There are the most famous Italian and international brands, a well represented department for babies' toys, and materials for fairs and lotteries. The discounts are often substantial so it is worth looking in regularly.

Via Olmetto 10, Milan, Italie, 20123
Pasticceria Marchesi

What began as a humble pastry shop in 1824 has gained the status of a landmark eatery over the years, and with good reason. Located on Via Santa Maria alla Porta, this iconic address remains the city's favored spot for specialty desserts, pastries and delicate Italian delights. The pastry shop is now designed to operate as a restaurant as well, with plenty of seating to enjoy the famous Panettone Christmas cake or the decadent Amor Polenta breakfast cake. Those who come here for the classics can choose from a bevy of chocolate-infused delights, pralines and brioche specialties.

Via Santa Maria alla Porta 11/a, Milan, Italie, 20123
Four Seasons Hotel

Popular with models when Milan's fashion shows are in full swing, this exclusive hotel is generally frequented by those for whom only the very best will do. Converted from a former palace complete with 17th-century cloister, the splendid Four Seasons Hotel is located in the heart of Milan's fashionable shopping district, and offers the very last word in luxury. Faultless service, tastefully decorated bedrooms and lavish suites make for a fabulous stay, while great cuisine served in the exquisite surroundings of the hotel's restaurants adds the finishing touch. Check website for special offers.

Via Gesù 6/8, Milan, Italie, 20121
Orto Botanico di Brera

Located right behind the Brera Art Gallery, in the Brera Place complex, Orto Botanico di Brera dates back to the late 18th Century. An Italian monk and botanist, Fulgezio Vitman, worked for the establishment of this botanical garden in 1774. It was created with the aim of providing an educational platform for students of botany and pharmacy. Giuseppe Piermarini, of the Scala Theatre fame, assisted Vitman in designing the garden. Orto Botanico di Brera, today, is home to a vast collection of medicinal plants, ornamental plants and vegetables. A restored greenhouse, located at the northern end, is used as a teaching center by the Academy of Fine Arts.

Via Brera 28, Università degli Studi di Milano, Milan, Italie, 20121
Civic Aquarium of Milan

Designed by Architect Sebastiano Locati in Liberty style, the building was constructed for the International Exposition of 1906. Damaged in 1943 during the war, the building remains intact thanks to diverse restorations. At the borders of Sempione Park (which reflect the architectural symmetry,) rises the Civic Arena. One of the oldest in the world, the Civic Aquarium of Milan houses 36 tanks with 100 species of aquatic animals: fish, shellfish, mollusks, spiny invertebrates represent the Mediterranean, the Italian fresh-water fauna, and the tropical water animals. In the posterior gardens, currently under reconstruction, Milanese aquatic environments have been reconstructed, including the surging fountain, the pond, the spring, the marsh, the hollow and the courtyard. The media library and library, dedicated to aquatic science, offer 10,000 books, 14,500 extracts, 718 periodicals, 250 video cassettes, 600 slides, and scholarly collections on fish and mollusks. Institute publications, scientific journal: "Quaderni della stazione idrobiologica di Milano". There are specific educational activities organized for scholars.

Viale Gadio 2, Milan, Italie, 20121
Musée des sciences et technologies Léonard de Vinci

Fondé en 1953, le musée des sciences et technologies Léonard de Vinci inclut 28 galeries différentes dédiées à tous les aspects des sciences et technologies, notamment une collection spectaculaire de créations de Léonard de Vinci. Des transports à l’astronomie en passant par les hautes technologies modernes, la diversité de ce musée en fait l’un des plus importants au monde. Les objets qu’il abrite présentent les sciences physiques de manière fascinante.

Via San Vittore 21, Milan, Italie, 20123
Gardens of Villa Reale

Inspired by English gardens, the Gardens of Villa Reale was planned together with the late neo-classical main villa between 1790 and 1793 by the architect Leopoldo Pollack for Count Barbiano di Belgioioso. Created like a cloistered oasis, it features a small internal lake, wooden bridges, a waterfall and beautiful blooms. Though it creates an atmosphere of romance, this lovely garden is primarily for kids and adults can only enter with a child and that too one who is below 12 years old.

Via Palestro, Milan, Italie, 20121
Milan Children's Museum

The Children's Museum of Milan (Museo dei Bambini Milano), often called MUBA, was opened in Milan in 1995 with an extremely successful exhibition for the Milan triennial, called 'Money'. It is modeled on the American and North European style of museums where children can touch the art, the words and the sounds. There are also learning centers and temporary displays.

Via Enrico Besana 12, Milan, Italie, 20123
Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Milano

Civic Museum of Natural History was founded in 1838, in a neo-Romanesque style building. Renovated and re-opened to the public in 1952, it's located within the public gardens of Corso Venezia. Beginning in 1980, a comprehensive modernization programme was initiated. There are eight sections: Mineralogy and Petrography, Geology, Paleontology, Vertibrate Paleontology, Vertibrate Zoology, Invertibrate Zoology, Entomology, and Botany. The Geology section boasts the largest number of panoramas existing in Europe; in numerous glass displays, natural environments have been re-created with reproductions of the fauna and flora. Of special interest is the fossil collection of the Besano Glacier with large-sized reptiles such as Ascheptosauri and Tanistrofei. There are also seven dinosaur skeletons assembled on display and the reconstruction of a Triceratopo Kritosaurus Notabilis. A naturalist library, a bookshop with museum publications, and guided tours are available.

Corso Venezia 55, Milan, Italie, 20121
Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli

Designed in 1783 by the architect Piermarini, these Public Gardens, covering 160,000 square meters, includes the two Carcanine and San Dionigi monasteries which overlook Corso Venezia. In 1857, the typical Italian gardens were enlarged by Francesco Giuseppe to encompass the Dugnani Palace Park. In 1787, thanks to a further land transfer from the Elvetico College, the Boschetti (little woods) were formed. The park contains a small lake with geese and fish, a hill of pretend rock, rides, a miniature train, bumper cars, refreshment stands and the historical bar bianco (white bar), offering yoghurt, milk and other fresh treats. Admission is free.

Corso Venezia, Piazza Duse, Milan, Italie, 20121
Teatro Franco Parenti

Originally founded in 1972 as Salone Pier Lombardo by Franco Parenti and Andrée Ruth Shammah, the Teatro Franco Parenti has become somewhat of an institution over the years. The theater complex houses several spaces within its premises, including an Olympic-style pool, a theater hall and a dance hall. Musical theater performances and contemporary dance festivals have been hosted here in the past, with genres ranging from traditional to avante-garde. Teatro Franco Parenti also hosts children's workshops and performances from time to time.

Via Pier Lombardo 14, Milan, Italie, 20135
Baby Motta

With the slogan "Baby Motta will make your child happy", you can see why mums choose the quality and competence of a boutique dedicated to their child's needs, from birth to infancy. All manner of clothing for the little darlings who want to be beautiful yet comfortable. There are elegant suits and more sporty clothes for a variety of occasions along with top quality accessories for your child's every need: prams, pushchairs, wardrobes and cots all in hand-made style and with a wide range of models. Clothes for special events combine tradition and practicality. All in all a real haven for children and their families.

Via Giovanni Battista Soresina 2, Milan, Italie, 20144
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