Fiera Milano represents Milan as a capital of business and it’s considered one of the most important and modern exhibitions all over Europe. It is located between Rho and Pero, near the Tangenziale Ovest (ring road west). The Fieramilano fairground is easily accessible by red line underground, by train and by car from the motorways A4 and A8.
Corso Como is a pedestrian area conjoining Porta Garibaldi station with piazza XXV Aprile near the new skyscrapers in Porta Nuova and Isola neighbourhood. This area is one of the most important places for the daily and nocturnal life of Milan.
Pirelli skyscraper is one of the symbols of Milan and it is Located in Piazza Duca D’Aosta in front of Central Station. It was originally built to host the offices of Pirelli, the Italian producer of tires, nowadays Regione Lombardia owns it. Designed by Giò Ponti, it was inaugurated in 1960; it has got 32 floors and is 127 metres (416 ft) high.
Palazzo Marino is in Piazza della Scala. Built in 1558 by architect Galeazzo Alessi and restored in 1892 by Luca Beltrami, it is nowadays the seat of the civic administration with the offices of the mayor, the vice-mayor, the Presidency of the City Council, the General Secretariat and the General Management of the Municipality.
Central Station in Piazza Duca D’Aosta is one of the main European railway stations and it is the second in Italy in terms of traffic volume. The area around the station is full of restaurants, pizza places, trattorias old Milan style and bars.
Arcimboldi Theatre, built to host the events of Teatro alla Scala during its closing and renovation by Piermarini, is nowadays the widest opera theatre of Italy. It is located in an area known as Bicocca.
Velasca Tower is one of the most famous architectural symbols of Milan. The twenty-six floors skyscraper is mushroom shaped that reminds the towers of the fifteenth century. Its daring design has a strong impact on the Milanese skyline.