100 places to visit in Milan

Milan tourism unit publishes free multilingual guidebook.

Milan offers visitors much more than is obvious at first sight. The city’s palazzi, monuments, churches and museums host a significant share of the Italian artistic and cultural heritage.

So the city's tourism unit has published an e-book to provide tourists and residents with practical introductory cards in nine languages, accompanied by stunning pictures of the city’s 100 most important attractions. One hundred places to see... and in many you will want to return to.

The book can be downloaded to print out, or simply read on line on your iPhone while touring the city, thanks to the free Open Wi-Fi Milano network which now covers almost the entire urban area. It is available in English, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Japanese and simplified Chinese – apart, of course from Italian.

100 Places to Visit is divided into 15 handy categories, from religious sites to stately buildings, from the Navigli canals to the city gates, parks and gardens, museums and much more. And the places of particular interest have been awarded a star by Touring Club Italiano.

The book can be viewed and downloaded in the language of your choice on the dedicated page of the Turismo Milano website.

Wanted in Milan
Wanted in Milan
Wanted in Milan, part of the Wanted Worldwide network, is a website in English for expatriates in Milan established in 2006. We cover Milan news stories that may be of interest to English and Italian speaking residents, and tourists as well. Our publication also offers classifieds, photos, information on events, museums, churches, galleries, exhibits, fashion, food, and local travel.
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