Despite the rain on the weekend, Milan has a lot to offer to those who stay in the city. Below you can find out what to do in this weekend in Milan.
- Palazzo Marino in music
On Sunday, September 3, come to the “Palazzo Marino in music” exhibition. For the occasion will be hosted a concert organized by the Music School of Milan devoted to dance music that at the beginning of the fifteenth century was its entry into the European courts.
The concert focuses on “European dances and fantasies”. The Music School of Milan is the oldest Italian private music institution.
To reach Palazzo Marino, take the red metro Milan or the yellow metro Milan and get off at the Duomo stop. Thanks to MilanoCard you can get free public transport from Milan. Find out here how.
- Klimt Experience – The exhibition at Mudec
The exhibition is a multimedia representation designed by Crossmedia Group. Produced by 24 ORE Cultura, Klimt Experience tells, through images, sounds, music, evocations, the pictorial, cultural and social universe in which the artist lived.
In one of the halls dedicated to the exhibition, the visitor can experience a 360 ° experience: the 700 images of the works will cover the room from the walls to the ceiling to the floor.
The exhibition will be open Monday to Sunday at the Museum of Culture in Milan, Mudec. To reach the Mudec, you have to take the green metro Milan, get off at Porta Genova and head towards Tortona. Thanks to your Milan City Pass, you can travel for free on the Milan metro. For more information click here.
- Exhibition “100 anni di Rinascente Milano”
Rinascente is located in Piazza Duomo in Milan. The building that houses the store is 100 years old this year. It is called “LR100. Rinascente – Stories of Innovation “and was organized in the rooms of Palazzo Reale in Milan. The name was given by Gabriele D’Annunzio in 1917.
The exhibition is organized on a route dedicated to the areas where the company has demonstrated a particular design and realization capacity.
To reach Palazzo Reale in Milan, take the yellow metro Milan or the red metro Milan and get off at the Duomo stop, the building is to the right of the Duomo in Milan. Thanks to MilanoCard, you can travel free of charge on public transport in Milan. Click here.
Just a few steps from Palazzo Reale in Milan, do not miss the Museum of Novecento. With your Milan City Pass, enter all Milan Civic Museums for only 10 €, click here.
- Restaurant over the rooftop of Galleria – Highline Galleria
Thanks to MilanoCard, the official Milan Pass, you can taste a pizza and visit Highline Galleria for only 15€. The ticket included entrance to Highline Galleria + menù at Pizzeria i 12 Gatti (pizza + drink + coffe).
Click here and book your pizza + Highline Galleria!
- 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.