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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Construction of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, a 19th-century shopping arcade and one of the oldest in the world, began in 1865 following a design competition won by Giuseppe Mengoni. Its soaring 47-meter-high dome is made of iron and glass and is supported by impressive plaster eagles. The interior boasts intricate Neo-Renaissance stucco work and mosaic floor designs, showcasing the emblems of Italian cities. Restored in 1966, the mosaic floor further adds a touch of artistry to the elegant shopping destination.

Leolandia

Located on the outskirts of Milan, the Leolandia Park is a spectacular amusement park. Sectioned into 6 thematic areas with a total of 39 attractions on board, you are guaranteed to have a fun-filled day out. Enjoy at The World of Peppa Pig or challenge your adventurous soul by sitting in all the terrifying rides. You can also take your kids to the animal section of Leolandia and let them feast their eyes on fishes, reptiles, farm animals, parrots and many more birds and beasts. Live music, dance and drama performances also take place which are quite entertaining to behold. However, the show stealers at this amazing park are the 160 scale reproduction of Italy’s most beautiful monuments. Don't forget to keep your camera ready when you visit these delightful miniature models. Operating since 1971, this place is frequented by both locals and tourists and is a must-visit if you are in Milan.

Alcatraz

Alcatraz is one of the most popular and well-established event venues in the city. Through the weekdays, they host a variety of musical concerts wherein a great line up of artists and bands put up their show. Come here over the weekend and enjoy to your fullest as the DJs play foot tapping music. From hip-hop to rock, rock, and disco, you'll find a slew of genres playing here. With a capacity of about 3,000 people, this venue has excellent ambiance and well-furnished spaces.

Pirelli HangarBicocca

Formerly an industrial site that manufactured locomotives, it has been transformed into a leading institution dedicated to contemporary art. Encompassing over 15,000 square meters, it features exhibition spaces showcasing works by established and emerging artists, alongside educational areas and public amenities. Besides being the permanent home to The Seven Heavenly Palaces by artist Anselm Kiefer, Pirelli Hangar Bicocca is known for its streamlined spaces that promote creativity, and include a bookshop, a reading room, three exhibition spaces and a workshop area. This art space has previously hosted artists such as Kishio Suga, Joan Jonas and Mike Kelley, among several others.

Triennale di Milano

Founded in 1923, Triennale di Milano is a splendid museum catering to design and art enthusiasts across diverse genres. Situated in the Palazzo della Triennale since 1933, this establishment has played a vital role in the cultural and artistic landscape of Milan for many years. From contemporary art to performing arts, design, and architecture, it encompasses a wide array of engaging and enriching experiences. Whether through exhibitions, live performances, educational initiatives, or events, the diverse artistic works make it a captivating destination.

Museo Del Novecento

For art aficionados, Museo Del Novecento is a welcoming change as it highlights artistic expressions of the 20th Century till date. You will find masterpieces by Italian masters, renowned world artists and established local artists in its themed rooms. Set inside the Palazzo dell’Arengario with its grand staircase being the focal point to all the levels, you will find each area celebrating Italian art which includes varying forms such as surrealism, abstract and spatialism as well as sculptures. Besides its permanent collection of 400 works, it also hosts temporary exhibits, concerts and educational events.

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