Milan is known as the economic heart of Italy and in fact there are many guests who choose the Business Suites of our 4-star hotel for business stays thanks to its proximity to Malpensa International Airport and the exhibition center Rho Fiera Milano.
However, Milan has a lot to offer both in terms of culture and entertainment.
What not to miss in Milan according to the BEST WESTERN Hotel Cavalieri della Corona
Cathedral of Milan. Built by Gian Galeazzo Visconti, is the symbol of the city and is famous for the spire where the gold statue of the Virgin Mary.
Navigli. Designed by Leonardo da Vinci to allow navigation from Como Lake to Milan, now have become a very exclusive area with a very special atmosphere where alongside glamour clubs you’ll find small craft shops.
Castello Sforzesco. Erected at the behest of Galeazzo II Visconti, Lord of Milan, is now home to many museums: the ground floor of the Ducal Court is the Museum of Ancient Art, on the first floor you’ll find the collection of furniture and art gallery, on the first and second floor of the Rocchetta there are collections of Applied Art and the Museum of Musical Instruments while in the basement of the Ducal Court you’ll find the Museum of Prehistory and the Egyptian Museum.
Brera Art Gallery. The Palazzo di Brera has been erected on an ancient fourteenth-century convent and thus differs from other prestigious museums in Italian because it originates from private collectors, but from what state and political. The heritage collections of the Art Gallery boasts the most important artists of the early twentieth century, such as Modigliani, Morandi, Carrà and Braque.
Leonardo's Last Supper. Kept inside the refectory of the Dominican convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, retains its beauty thanks to the numerous restorations over the years.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. The covered passage that connects Piazza Duomo with Piazza della Scala, is now home to many stores and bar where you can drink a good coffee.
Shopping. The “Quadrilatero della Moda” fashion district is one of the fifteen most luxurious and expensive streets in the world and there are shops of the most important and famous Italian and international designers. For a shopping cheapest choose Corso Vittorio Emanuele, where you will find many shops and clothing accessories.