The Milano Porta Garibaldi Station is located close to the historic gate of the same name, in piazza Sigmund Freud and it’s the third station…
Milano Cadorna Station, also known as Stazione delle Ferrovie Nord, is located on the square of the same name near Castello Sforzesco. The station is run by Gruppo FNM and it’s the terminus of the railway lines towards Saronno and Asso, and a stop of subway lines M1 and M2.
Piazzale Cadorna is one of the main squares of Milan, and many tram lines, bus lines, rail line Ferrovie Nord and subway lines M1 and M2 cross it every day. The square is famous for a contemporary sculpture: “Needle, thread and knot” by Claes Oldenburg.
Palazzo Affari ai Giureconsulti is located in Via Mercanti nearby Piazza Duomo, and it is a prestigious multi-functional centre hosting conventions, exhibitions and lectures . The facilities are offered to the economic, financial and institutional community and to companies.
Piazza Gae Aulenti is located in the middle of Porta Nuova and is well connected to Corso Como through a pedestrian-only bridge; besides the UniCredit Bank’s offices, the square hosts shops and an infinity-edge fountain with multi-colour lights
Piazza Cinque Giornate is one of the most important squares of Milan; in the centre there’s a majestic monument by Giuseppe Grandi, commemorating the Five Days of Milan
Piazza Affari is a square located between Corso Magenta and piazza Cordusio in the very city centre, where there’s a palace named Palazzo Mezzanotte, which is the seat of Milan’s stock exchange, a very important place for Italian economy