In the heart of northern Italy, Milan stands as a global hub of fashion, design, and commerce. With a population exceeding 1.3 million, Milan is Italy’s second-most populous city. Renowned as the fashion capital of the world, Milan’s Quadrilatero della Moda (Fashion Quadrilateral) is a prestigious district housing luxury boutiques and fashion houses. The city’s economic prowess extends beyond fashion, with a strong focus on finance, business, and innovation, hosting Italy’s stock exchange and serving as a key economic driver.

Some things to know about Milan:
-The iconic Cathedral of Milan, or Duomo di Milano, is a breathtaking Gothic masterpiece and one of the largest cathedrals in the world.
-Housed in the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Leonardo da Vinci’s mural masterpiece, “The Last Supper” (“Cenacolo”), is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a cultural treasure.
– Porta Nuova is a redevelopment project in the heart of Milan, characterized by contemporary skyscrapers, modern residences, and a mix of commercial and cultural spaces. 
-One of the most iconic elements of Porta Nuova, the Bosco Verticale is a pair of residential towers covered in greenery, including trees and shrubs. It represents a unique approach to sustainable and eco-friendly urban living.
-It is home to numerous cultural institutions, including the famous La Scala opera house.
-It is home to two of Italy’s most successful football clubs, AC Milan and Inter Milan. The city’s passion for football is evident in the fervent support of fans and the iconic San Siro Stadium.