If you ever get to Milan, be sure to visit its interesting museums, even if the purpose of your trip only shopping, will not fail to take the opportunity to see this beautiful city museums.
One of the most interesting museums in Milan is the National Museum of Science and Technology “Leonardo da Vinci “, an ancient building that was once a convent. The museum’s collection is represented in the exhibition halls, which are located throughout the museum, as well as some of the exhibits on display at the open air, among them there are several submarines, sailing ships, planes, and even locomotives and part of a transatlantic liner. The museum has a separate pavilion, which presents the invention of the Leonardo da Vinci, it is here that is going to the greatest number of visitors.
More fans are going to da Vinci in the Dominican Convent of Santa Maria Della Grazie, on one wall which depicts the artist’s most famous work – the fresco “The Last Supper”. In order to see this masterpiece, you need to buy a ticket that will give you only a quarter of an hour, to the contemplation of frescos, such a small time period of time by a wealth of visitors to the monastery. Try to book your ticket in advance, because, often, the tickets are sold out two months in advance, and the Security Service prohibits the sale of tickets to the hands.
Milan It will also be interesting to visit the art galleries and the Pinacoteca Brera Pinacoteca Ambrosiana. Brera Museum Center was founded in 1809, and at this time his famous collection of European and Italian paintings, among which there are paintings of Raphael, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, El Greco and Goya. The Ambrosiana Gallery, except for works of Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael and Titian, and presented more old books, manuscripts and various sculptures.
Strolling down the street Manzoni, go to the museum Poldi-Pezzoli, there you will see a large collection of furniture of the Renaissance, Italian sculptures, Persian rugs, antique pottery, antique weapons and items made from Murano glass.
If you stay with the kids, then head to the Museum of Natural History, that is located in the City Garden. The museum started its work in 1844 and can get inside from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9 am to the sixth floor of the evening.Entrance fee, on all days except Friday after 14:00.
To during your stay in Milan, you could visit all its museums, we encourage you to stay in nice hotels that are close to the museums.
Park Hyatt Milan
this immaculate 5-star hotel located in the heart of Milan. In fabulous rooms have free internet and large private bathrooms, made entirely of marble. Some rooms have a private terrace. Guests can enjoy authentic Italian cuisine at Restaurant La Cupola and VUN, which has mishelenovskuyu award, as well as babysitting services and free bike rental.
Carlton Hotel Baglioni
this wonderful luxury hotel is ideal for visiting the city’s museums. The elegant rooms have a private bathroom with necessary amenities. The hotel has a marvelous restaurant Baretto al Baglioni, serving modern cuisine and a popular cafe Caffè Baglioni. The hotel also runs a great fitness center, spa Spiga, and a banquet hall, a library and a sauna.Internet access, private parking and care services for children are paid separately. The price for the accommodation includes a breakfast and room service.