Palazzo Reale is situated on the left of the Duomo and it is an important cultural centre especially for arts; three other exhibitions spaces are part of this cultural pole: Rotonda della Besana, Palazzo della Ragione and Palazzo dell’Arengario, seat of the Museo del Novecento.
Naviglio Grande is the most famous ship canal of Milan; in between historical small shops and tenements with communal balconies, you will be able to taste the best cocktails in the city and you will see the most exclusive houses of Milan. You can have very exciting boat rides.
The Triennale Design Museum is located inside the Triennale building within Parco Sempione and it exhibits the contemporary art works of worldwide-known architects and designers through settings and exhibitions of strong effect.
The Basilica di Sant’Ambrogio or Basilica Martyrum is, after the Duomo, the most important church in Milan and it preserves the remains of Saints Gervaso, Protaso and Ambrose.
The Pinacoteca Ambrosiana is the museum which contains masterpieces, artworks and important collections of the Renaissance made by artists from Lombardia.
The Triennale of Milan, located inside the Palazzo dell’Arte in Sempione Park, is the seat of international design exhibitions, conventions, events concerning art, architecture and fashion.
The sixteen marble Columns of San Lorenzo represent the Imperial Milan; this place has become a hangout on weekends and in summertime. There are many restaurants, bars and fashion shops.