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Best known perhaps as Italy's economic capital and driver behind the world-famous Italian fashion industry, Milan can sometimes seem frenetic and soulless, but beneath the surface the historic centre is still beguiling.
The centre of the city is marked by the outline of the fairy tale Gothic Duomo, with its impressive display of over 100 spires. From here Milan's streets of elegant boutiques fan out and include the stylish Galleria Vittorio Emanuele.
Leonardo's world-famous fresco of the Last Supper can be seen at the convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie and the immense Sforza Castle is well worth a visit.
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There's much to see and do on a short break to Milan, including, as home of the Italian fashion industry, endless shopping!
Take the opportunity to see one of the most famous paintings in the world. Painted in the late 15th century for the convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, it has taken considerable effort to conserve this wonderful example of Da Vinci's work.
Discover this huge, imposing castle that was home to the Dukes of Milan, the Sforza family. Once the largest citadel in Europe, the medieval Sforza Castle was added to and embellished by artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Bramante.
Include a tour of this world-famous landmark in your visit to Milan. La Scala has been home to Italian opera and ballet for nearly 250 years and continues to offer a rich schedule of events.