The seat of the Civic Aquarium of Milano is an art nouveau-style building close to Parco Sempione’s enclosure, next to Arena Civica. It was established on the occasion of Milan World’s fair in 1906, and nowadays it consists of ten fish-tanks with a lot of different species.
Via Dante is the street that goes from piazza Cordusio to Castello Sforzesco. It has many shops and cafés with customers from all over the world. Most of the buildings in this street house shops on the ground floor and flats or offices on the upper floors.
The Lido di Milano is located in piazzale Lotto and it is a public multi-purpose facility equipped for sports and leisure activities. Next to the swimming pool there are tennis courts, soccer fields, a gym, a children area, and a miniature golf course validated by the Federazione Italiana Golf Su Pista.
Museo Astronomico - Orto Botanico is housed in Palazzo Brera, it exhibits astronomical instruments and it has an historic garden used for research and teaching. From the rooftop of Palazzo Brera you can accede to the Cupola Schiaparelli, housing the Merz refractor, which was used between 1875 and 1884 for studies about Mars.
The Trenno Park is one of the largest parks of the city and it’s situated in a rural zone near San Siro, which was cultivated until the Seventies; it’s halved by a long boulevard, it has a long cycling lane, also used for jogging, and a lot of space where people usually play cricket, baseball, softball and soccer.
The Basilica di Sant'Eustorgio is located in the square of the same name; the early Christian basilica hosts the tombs of the Visconti family and the saint’s relics and it’s the place where the city and the authorities welcome the newly elected archbishop. You can access the museum from the southern side of the cloister: there’s an early-Christian necropolis and the former chapter room of the ancient Dominican convent.
The Basilica of San Lorenzo Maggiore is located in Corso di Porta Ticinese, in front of the Colonne di San Lorenzo, and it is one of the most ancient churches of Milan; this Romanesque church is centrally planned and is renowned for its many ancient masterpieces.