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Top Things to do In Magenta 2020



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Sforza Castle

Sforza CastleNearby City

4.6/5385 Reviews
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Milan Top 4 in Can't Miss Attractions
Open from 7:00am-7:30pm (Local time)
"it was very interesting and we thoroughly enjoyed it th einly doing side it was in italian and there was no audio tour. to see leonardos work as truly memorable and the history and arcitecrure was phenonal although my daughters arent in to history and were bored towards end of tour approx 1hr 30min "
Santa Maria delle Grazie

Santa Maria delle GrazieNearby City

4.5/5215 Reviews
"UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    "
Milan Top 7 in Can't Miss Attractions
Open from 1/1-12/31,Tue-Sun,8:15am-6:45pm;Closed from 1/1-12/31,Mon (Local time)
Angie Brown
"Amazing to see such a well known and wonderful piece of historic art"
Palazzo Reale

Palazzo RealeNearby City

4.5/597 Reviews
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"Historical Architecture"
Milan Top 15 in Can't Miss Attractions
Sun 9:30 AM - 7:30 PM, Mon 2:30 PM - 7:30 PM, Tue - Wed 9:30 AM - 7:30 PM, Thu 9:30 AM - 10:30 PM, Fri 9:30 AM - 7:30 PM, Sat 9:30 AM - 10:30 PM (Local time)
"The Royal Palace of Milan, right next to Milan Cathedral, has now been transformed into a museum. It is across the square from the Emmanuel II Promenade. Inside the museum are mainly various exquisite statues of ancient figures and cathedral models, as well as colorful window paintings."
Monumental Cemetery

Monumental CemeteryNearby City

4.4/541 Reviews
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Tue - Sun 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
"This place has such a strong atmosphere ... i’ve never saw anything like this before. Italian culture is something insane , and this cemetry is a piece of art . Highly reccomend to visit it. "
Palazzo Mezzanotte

Palazzo MezzanotteNearby City

4.3/538 Reviews
"Historical Architecture"
Open on Mon-Sat,8:00am-8:00pm (Local time)
"Pass through the north gate of Emmanuel II's promenade and you will arrive at La Scala square. The building on the side of the promenade with Italian flags is the Palazzo Marino. A representative building of Baroque style built in the 16th century, it has been the seat of Milan City Hall since September 19, 1861. It was originally built by Tommaso Marino, a merchant and banker from Genoa. After the Second World War, some of the original plaster and frescoes were severely damaged by bombing. The famous artist at that time restored it, still retaining the original shape of the building, rebuilt the courtyard and restored the murals on the wall and the surrounding La Scala square. The appearance is very magnificent. In addition to the office space of the city hall, some art exhibitions are held from time to time. Of course, you can't find it, and you may not be able to enter immediately because you need to make an appointment. One day, I happened to pass by here and saw mass demonstrations. Fortunately, it was a peaceful expression of appeal."
Villa Reale O Belgiojoso

Villa Reale O BelgiojosoNearby City

4.3/522 Reviews
"Famous Residences"
"Historical Architecture"
Open on Tue-Sun,9:00am-5:30pm (Local time)
"It is not just a villa now, it has actually evolved into a gallery. Although I don't have a lot of artistic talents, watching those works carefully and slowing down here is also one of the meanings of vacation."
Palazzo Ducale

Palazzo DucaleNearby City

4.3/518 Reviews
"Mantua's famous medieval city during the Renaissance period. The center of Northern Italy is surrounded by water on three sides. Mantua's first stop. The Governor's Palace is the residence of the ruler of the Gonzaga family. It is now used as a family history collection exhibition. The murals in the Doge's Palace seem to take you. Crossing the Medieval Renaissance River and other exquisite murals in the museum"


4.4/518 Reviews
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"Very family atmosphere, very good. I can feel the life of ancient people and the things they used. I think it’s more like a home. It’s not very luxurious."
Colonne di San Lorenzo

Colonne di San LorenzoNearby City

4.3/510 Reviews
"Historical Site"
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"These stone pillars are next to the church of San Ballenzo. They are huge columns left over from the ancient Roman era, and the style is Corinthian. This is one of the places I like very much. It would be nice to stay longer, and the things are good."
Chiesa di San Babila

Chiesa di San BabilaNearby City

4.4/518 Reviews
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"Historical Site"
"A building with a small area does not stand out from the crowd even if it is hiding in a pile of ordinary houses and looking at the outer walls. But there is a sense of cave inside. The murals related to the Bible are spread out one by one, covering the walls and ceiling. In addition, you can see the ancient pipe organs and embellished oil paintings. This is a very surprising discovery." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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