Category: Unforgettable Experiences

Satisfy Your Need for Speed: Car Racing in Milan

May 31, 2016

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Monza's status as a premier racing venue is well-known

While checking out the fancy cars as you walk by is fine, it’s nothing like getting behind the wheel of one. It’s a dream for many travelers, but it doesn’t have to remain mere fantasy. Various options are available for those interested in driving experiences in Milan.

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Emilia-Romagna Food Tour from Milan

March 28, 2016

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Some of Emilia-Romagna's culinary specialties, on one plate

Milan may have been the host of the 2015 Expo focused on food, but there are other Italian destinations with more of a reputation for great cuisine. Luckily for visitors to Milan, many of them are in the Emilia-Romagna region right next door.

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After the Expo: Cooking Classes in Milan

October 27, 2015

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Cooking class in Milan

The 2015 Milan Expo focused an already food-centric country on food in an even bigger way, so there’s no better way to carry the Expo’s message into the future than by taking a cooking class in Milan during your stay.

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27 Things to Do in Milan During Expo 2015

March 30, 2015

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Milan has been gearing up to play host to Expo 2015 for years, and all that hard work is about to pay off. The city has more than 7,000 events planned during the Expo, which runs from May 1 through October 31, both on the Expo grounds and elsewhere in the city. And this is, of course, in addition to the countless things to do and see in Milan that have nothing whatsoever to do with the Expo.

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With a 15-Minute Time Limit, It’s Still Worth Seeing “The Last Supper”

April 29, 2014

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Santa Maria delle Grazie church, where "The Last Supper" is located

One of the main things on nearly every must-see list for visitors to Milan is Leonardo da Vinci’s famous fresco, “The Last Supper.” What many don’t realize before they get to Milan, however, is that the painting can be tough to see if you’re not planning ahead. It’s only possible to see the fragile fresco for 15 minutes before your timed entry is up and you’re ushered out, so tickets are booked up well in advance. With a 15-minute time limit, however, it’s still completely worth it to see “The Last Supper.”

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