In the centre of Milan there’s that huge cathedral: Il Duomo.
Did not take pic of the cathedral, It did not fit in my tiny camera (lol). Well, there are already plenty of pics about Il Duomo, isn't it?
I took one from the inside. When I was inside the cathedral, it seemed that an alien spaceship had landed there. Are aliens also doing tourism in Italy?
League Play In
Blue and black striped shirts, black shorts, blue socks
Away Kit To watch the match the only equipment you really need is a good strong voice to sing your club`s songs and encourage the team and your eyes to actually watch the game, some people do take a pair of binoculars if they sit far from the pitch.
Apart from the above the club s encourage you to buy their merchandise to enhance your matchday experience, you can buy virtually anything from hats and scarfs to the full blown replica kit, which generally is updated annually.
Kingdom for shoppingholics
Take a whole day to see this street and to enter to all shops! Street is great!!!!! That's the biggest shopping street in Milano! There you could buy clothes, shoes, socks, underwear, books, stuff for kids..find Italian brands like Promod (Promod has great clothes) or Extyn, eat in restaurants after hard day of shopping or drink coffee in bars..You won't regret if you visit this street (if you want to do some shopping)! Prices are average, depends on brand.
The milanese temple of DJ sets and electronic music:
this is a very "peculiar" club, built in 1998 , inside the walls of an old garage in Milan
Entrance cost is set to 20 euros
The club will stay open from 11pm till open end
For the style lovers these parties are a must!
You can enjoy and dance his selection made of electronic jazz, funk and house in "The Night Of Contemporary Beats" every wednesday night at Magazzini Geberali Informal
The easiest and cheapest way of moving around is by Subway. It works from 6 am to 1pm(2pm during weekends) and trains circulate quite often. Even if the security works efficaciouslyiot's a good thing checking always bags and backpack.
Tickets cost 1,00 euro. You can buy them in the newsagent immediately outside the station and downstairs at the beginning of the metro-station. If you have to stay in Milan for only a day maybe it's better if you buy a daily ticket that costs 3,00 euro. There are also the weekly card, the monthly card and the yearly card.
There are three routes:
THE RED LINE: It was the first one and was bulit in the years 60s;it takes to the main places as the trade fair, the San Siro Stadium,piazza Duomo, corso Buenos Aires, the Cadorna railway station and piazzale Loreto.http://www.rajatabla.it/milano/metropolitana_linea_rossa.htm
THE GREEN LINE: it reaches the main railway stations. Getting off Famagosta stop it's possible to take the bus going to Forum di Assago.http://www.rajatabla.it/milano/metropolitana_linea_verde.htm
THE YELLOW LINE: it was the last to be done.http://www.rajatabla.it/milano/metropolitana_linea_gialla.htm