Villa Reale in via Palestro is one of the main neoclassical monuments in Milan and it hosts collections of Neoclassical and Romantic Age. It hosts the Galleria d’Arte Moderna of Milan and PAC (Contemporary art pavilion) that presents contemporary art exhibitions.
Naviglio Pavese is a ship canal and it is part of Navigli network. It is 33 km long and it flows from Darsena at Porta Ticinese to Pavia. You can take a boat ride or you can have ride a bike all along the cycling lane.
Necchi Campiglio Villa in via Mozart is one of the most magnificent home museums of Milan, a unique example of beauty and preservation, a symbol of richness and of Milanese high-society.
Located along Corso Garibaldi, San Simpliciano is one of the most important palaeochristian monuments of Milan and it has still the original perimeter. The Basilica of San Simpliciano organizes numerous musical events, particularly of baroque music.
The medieval Santuario Arcivescovile di San Bernardino alle Ossa, overlooking Piazza Santo Stefano, is located close to the Duomo of Milano. Within the church there’s an ossuary-chapel, totally covered in human bones coming from cemeteries that have been abolished during the 17th century.
The church of San Sepolcro is close to Biblioteca and Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, in the area that was Milan’s centre during the Roman Age. It was founded by Ronzone in 1030 and it houses a 14th century sarcophagus.
The church of Santa Maria Incoronata is located in Corso Garibaldi. It was once made of two churches, and in 1468 it became the main Augustinian seat of all Lombardia. Within the church it’s conserved the tombstone of Archbishop Gabriele Sforza with its portrait.