From delicious food and incredible architecture, to fascinating history and impressive art, Milan has it all covered when it comes to culture. MOJEH brings you five of our favourite places in Italy's fashion capital that are well worth a visit.
Santa Maria delle Grazie
A UNESCO world heritage site, Santa Maria delle Grazie is a beautiful church built in Gothic Renaissance style which houses Leonardo Di Vinci’s Last Supper mural. The church’s ornate architecutral details, high domed ceilings and detailed paintings and artwork really need to be seen to be believed.
10 Corsa Como
10 Corsa Como is a concept space housed within an industrial-style building designed by American artist Kris Ruhs. Consisting of quirky galleries, restaurants, cafes, bars, unique stores and boutique hotel rooms, Corsa Como’s leafy courtyard is the perfect place to enjoy an Italian apéritif and escape the bustle of the city.
Pinoteca di Brera
Housed within a beautiful 17th century building, the Pinoteca di Brera is Milan’s main public art gallery and is home to one of Europe’s largest Renaissance art collections.The gallery also holds a small collection of rare modern art.
Museo del Novocento
Museo del Novocento is a museum of 20th century art a stonesthrow from the Piazza del Duomo. Aside from a small room dedicated to international works, the museum’s collection is made up of work by Italian artists and also features a rooftop bar overlooking the Duomo.
The Brera district is the bohemian heart of Milan. The area’s cobbled lanes are packed full of authentic Italian eateries and cafes that are a firm favourite with locals, as well as artisan workshops, hip bars, luxury boutiques and a beautiful botanical garden.