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The Quadrilatero della Moda in Fashion District
The Quadrilatero della moda or Via Montenapoleone fashion district, is a high-class shopping district in the centre of the Italian city of Milan, characterised by the presence of numerous boutiques and related retail outlets which represent most of the world's major fashion houses.
Piazza San Babila
Piazza San Babila is a city square in Milan, Italy. The square had always since Roman times, as the road to Bergamo would cross the walls of the Roman city. In medieval times as the city expanded beyond its Roman walls the homonymous basilica was founded, and the largo became an important crossroad in the city's intricated road network. Subsequently, the old buildings were demolished and the only building that survived the radical renovation of the largo was the basilica, which still stands today.
Villa Necchi Campiglio
Villa Necchi Campiglio is a historic residence (museum house) surrounded by a peaceful garden in the heart of Milan. It’s 5 minutes walking from Hotel. Located in via Mozart at number 14, it was built between 1932 and 1935 as an independent single-family house based on a project by Piero Portaluppi, one of the greatest Italian architects of that period. Villa Necchi Campiglio is part of the FAI circuit, the non-profit foundation using the National Trust as a model, with the aim of protecting and enhancing Italy's historical, artistic and landscape heritage.
Piazza del Duomo
The true emblem of the city, founded in the 14th century and dedicated to Saint Mary Nascent, its majestic marble presence towers over the piazza of the same name. In late Gothic style, this is the third major Catholic church in the world, after Saint Peter in Rome and the cathedral of Seville: it is 518 ft. long, 305 ft. wide and 354 ft. high (height of the main spire), with an internal area of over 126,000 sq. ft. Its decorations are absolutely amazing, with over 3,400 statues, mostly distributed among its 135 steeples.
The Rotonda della Besana
The Rotonda della Besana is a late baroque building complex and former cemetery in Milan; today it’s a leisure area for cultural events such as temporary exhibitions and concerts.
Parco Indro Montanelli
Parco Indro Montanelli, formerly known as Giardini Pubblici di Porta Venezia, is one of the major city parks in Milan. Inside the park there famous local attractions such us Natural History Museum, the 17th century Palazzo Dugnani and the Urlico Hoeply Planetarium designed by Pietro Portaluppi.
The Navigli District is a much-loved district in Milano, known for its quirky charm and lively nightlife scene. You can stroll along the banks of the Naviglio Grande and the Naviglio Pavese, stopping off for a drink or for some shopping in the many artisan and indie shops along the way.
The Navigli were originally man-made navigable canals used for the transport of goods and passengers as well as for irrigation: it is said that, in the past, the city was almost like a landlocked Venice, crisscrossed by waterways that are now invisible under paved roads. It was along these same waterways that the marble blocks for the construction of the Duomo were transported right into the city centre. Inevitably, the canals were eventually filled over to enable vehicle traffic to circulate, but the original charm still survives in the specific Navigli area nevertheless.