Exciting Milan Attractions

Discover Milan's Hidden Gems

Hotel Manzoni is located in the heart of the city center of Milan, Italy. Tucked away on the quiet narrow street of the elegant Via Santo Spirito, between Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga in the middle of the Fashion District, the hotel is the perfect base for exploring Milan attractions. It is within walking distance from major attractions in Milan, including La Scala Theater, Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, Duomo Cathedral, the main museums and shopping areas. The city's Financial District is just a short walk away, making this an ideal location for business travelers as well. Hotel Manzoni is approximately 4.6 miles northwest of Milan's Linate Airport, 25 miles southeast of Malpensa Airport and 28 miles southwest of Milano-Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport.

Top 10 Things to Do in Milan

Santa Maria delle Grazie Church

This magnificent church and convent date back to the 15th century. Its original naves are an important example of late Gothic-Lombard architecture. One of the most important masterpieces of Renaissance art is seen in the Rectory: Leonardo da Vinci's Cenacolo, or Last Supper.

Last Supper - Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo's 15th century masterpiece, which miraculously survived the bombings of WWII, underwent 20 years of restoration and was completed in 1999. The splendid beauty of the Last Supper can now be viewed where it was created, in the Rectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie.

Triennale Design Museum

The world's design capital is the best place to travel through the history of design. The museum offers exhibits which feature a vast collection of pieces by the great masters of Italian Design, the trend-setters of Italian industrial production.

Brera Museum Art Gallery

The Brera Gallery houses Milan's most important museum, with one of the the world's most outstanding art collections, representing the history of visual art in northern Italy from the 14th-18th centuries and Italian and foreign Old Masters.

La Scala Theater

La Scala is one of the world's most famous Opera Houses. Each year, the theater features a season rich in performances of opera, ballet and classical music in an elegant, historic setting.

Vittorio Emanuele Gallery

This glass-vaulted 19th century covered arcade is filled with elegant shops and cafés and connects two of the city's most famous landmarks: the Duomo Cathedral and La Scala Theater, making it one of Milan's most important meeting places.

Duomo Cathedral

This masterpiece of late Gothic architecture is the symbol of Milan with its spires and gold statue of the Madonna soaring into the sky over the grandiose square it overlooks.

Poldi Pezzoli Museum

First opened to the public for the 1881 Milan National Exhibition, this became a model for other house-museum projects. Each room was decorated by Pezzoli in the style of various epochs from Baroque to Rococo, and furnished with art objects of that period. It now houses one of Europe's most prestigious collections.

Fieramilano Rho

Milan's new, ultra modern trade fair space hosts some of the world's most important international exhibitions.

Fieramilano City

Located it the heart of the city, Milan's historic exhibition complex is adjacent to the MIC Milano Convention Center.