If you are coming to Milan or if you are already in town, you can find some tips on what to do in Milan from 25th to 27th August.
- Photo exhibition at Palazzo Morando Milano
At Palazzo Morando Milano a photographic exhibition was set up. A series of photographs of Maria Mulas, the younger sister of the famous photographer Ugo Mulas, are exposed. They are portraits featuring characters who animated the artistic, cultural and social scene of Milan from the late 1960s to 2000s. The exhibition is open to everyone from Tuesday to Sunday from 9 am to 1 pm and from 2 pm to 5.30 pm.
Thanks to MilanoCard, the Milan City Pass in the city of Milan, you can visit Palazzo Morando and all the Milan civic museums for only 10 €. Click here for more information. To get to the museum you can take the yellow metro and get off at the Montenapoleone stop. Thanks to MilanoCard you can use the free public transport of Milan, click here and find out how.
A few steps from Palazzo Morando Milano there is the Poldi Pezzoli Museum, Opened to the public in 1879, it shows great painting by master such as Mantegna, Piero della Francesca, Botticelli, Raffaello e Tiepolo and collections of works of art: arms and armours, glass, porcelain, clocks and sundials, textiles, jewellery and furniture. Thanks to your Milan City Pass you can get free or discounted access, click here.
- Evening openings at Crypt of San Sepolcro Milan
After the success before the summer break, the Crypt of San Sepolcro Milan continues with the evening openings.
Come and discover one of the oldest churches in the city in a unique atmosphere. Only for the evening openings, the crypt is illuminated with lanterns to create a suggestive climate. Located under the Church of San Sepolcro, the Crypt is reopened to the public after 50 years thanks to the MilanoCard Group. The Church was built in 1030 above the ancient Roman forum of the city thanks to Benedetto Rozone, Maestro of Zecca of Milan.
From August 22 to September 24, the San Sepulcher Crypt will be open from 6 pm to 10 pm with a 50% off on the entrance ticket. Click here for more information.
- Sunday, August 27 – “Art and Crafts on Naviglio”
Take the green metro and get off to Porta Genova stop, you will be able to attend the manifestation “Art and Crafts on Naviglio”. The artisan market will be accompanied by regional flavors, as well as exhibitions, activities and entertainment opportunities.
Easily reach Porta Genova thanks to MilanoCard. With Milan’s travel card you can use free public transport in Milan. Buy it now!