From Piazza Duomo Milan to Piazza San Sepolcro Milan

There are many things to discover in the city of Milan, below are some interesting information about what to see in the city center starting from Piazza Duomo Milan at Piazza San Sepolcro Milan.

We start from Via Silvio Pellico 2, address of Highline Galleria, the panoramic route on the roofs of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Thanks to MilanoCard you can see Milan from above for free, click here for more information.

After the visit of the Highline Galleria, we cross Piazza Duomo and arrive at the Museum of Novecento, exhibition venue of the works of the avant-garde art of the twentieth century. At the museum we can admire the works of art of different artistic periods, from Futurism to Metaphysics, from the Formula 1 Group to the groups of Milan, Rome and Turin and the poor art. Thanks to Tourist MuseumCard, we can visit all the civic museums in Milan, including the Museum of the Twentieth Century, at only 10 €. Click here for more information.

Exit the Museum, head for Via OrDuomo Milanefici, at the entrance of piazza Duomo, arrived in piazza Pio XI and do not miss the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana. The Pinacoteca was founded in 1618 by Federico Borromeo near the Ambrosiana Library, which was set up in 1609. In the Pinacoteca we can admire works from Federico Borromeo’s collection, including paintings by Leonardo, Botticelli, Bramantino, Bergognone, Bernardino Luini, Tiziano, Jacopo Bassano, Moretto, Daniele Crespi, Andrea Appiani, Francesco Heiez. You can get 13% off on the ticket entrance thanks your MilanoCard, click here for more information.

To end the day, just behind the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, is piazza San Sepolcro. In Roman times, this square was the Roman Forum of Milan, a cross between the thistle and the decumanus. In 1030, Benedetto Rozone built the Church of the Holy Trinity equipped with a Crypt. On July 15, 1100 Archbishop Anselmo da Bovisio dedicated the church to the Holy Sepulcher. Thanks to the MilanoCard you can visit the Crypt free of charge, click here for more information.

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