Together with the historical monuments that are the envy of the rest of the world - the Duomo of Milano, La Scala Theatre, Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper, Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, galleries with masterpieces of Michelangelo, Mantegna, Botticelli, etc – Milan offers an endless list of attractions: the brand new Museo del ‘900 in the city centre, the Triennale Museum housing temporary exhibitions, the Design Museum, the so-called PAC, the contemporary art pavilion located right in front of the beautiful Porta Venezia public gardens, Fondazioni Prada e Trussardi promoting contemporary culture and arts, Rotonda della Besana, an exhibition complex for architecture, photography sculpture and avant-garde cultural events and Spazio Forma, located near the school, with its world-renowned photographers’ exhibitions.
The Cinema Interactive Museum (MIC) is also brand new: here you can admire historical cinema devices and view the archive’s material in special interactive spaces.
There are also science museums, parks and gardens, cinemas and theaters: in Milan you will always find things to do in your free time.
Navigli: this area of Milan runs along the canals and is where you can find artists and traditional shops, typical restaurants and trendy clubs, museums and workshops. It is an area where traditions merge with city night life. Antique shop windows and painting studios, Vicolo dei Lavandai, restaurants offering exquisite food and trendy shops attract Italian and foreign tourists everyday. Navigli is one of the most charming areas of Milano’s tourist scene and of Milanese life in general.