Idroscalo is an artificial lake located near Linate Airport; it’s a meeting and leisure place, as well as a multi-sports facility, organizing many international events such as: sporting activities, cultural events, shows
Piazza San Babila is situated at the end of Corso Vittorio Emanuele and it is the symbol of politics in Milan, the heart for shopping and window-shopping. Most buildings around the square were erected in the thirties during the Fascist period.
The Cimitero Monumentale di Milano is a cemetery, famous for the abundance of artistic tombs and monuments, showing the many artistic movements that affected the city. Beside the paths there are noteworthy architectures, for instance by architects Carlo Maciachini and Luca Beltrami, a lot of statues and eminent people’s tombs.
140 countries will take part in the Universal Exposition about alimentation and nourishment, held under the theme “Feeding the planet, energy for life”: the countries have been asked to explain the meaning of their contents through a thematic concept.
Piazza del Duomo is a typical meeting place for the people of Milan. You can enjoy the majestic architecture of the façade of the church (cathedral), go shopping or eat in one of the many cafés.
The Sforzesco Castle is located in Sempione Park and houses the Trivulziana Library, the Civic Museums and some civic cultural foundations.