Palazzo Mezzanotte in piazza Affari was built in 1927 by architect Paolo Mezzanotte. Since then it’ been the seat of Milan’s stock exchange, the most important one in Italy.
The Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli cover a 172.000 m2 (1.851.393 ft2) area extending inbetween Via Palestro, Piazza Cavour, via Manin and Bastioni di Porta Venezia. They were planned by Piermarini in 1782 who perceived them as the first public recreational place of Milan.
The Enrico Forlanini International Airport, also called Linate, is situated east of Milan and it’s mainly used for domestic and short-haul European flights; it’s got one terminal only with two runways, one of them being used just for freight traffic.
Milan Orio al Serio Airport is one of the three airports of Milan and it’s situated close to Orio al Serio, 5 km away from Bergamo and 50 km away from Milan. It’s used for low-cost flights, such as RyanAir flights.
The Milano Porta Garibaldi Station is located in the heart of the new Garibaldi Repubblica neighbourhood and it’s a fundamental station for Milan, since it’s the third in terms of passenger traffic after Stazione Centrale and Stazione Cadorna. It’s used for short-haul and long-haul trains, regional trains, underground lines M2 and M5, high-speed trains, the rail bypass, buses and Malpensa Express.
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.
Corso Buenos Aires is one of the busiest and most important streets of Milan. It is 1600 m (5250 ft) long and it’s the perfect place for shopping lovers.