You can find on this page the Milan tourist map to print and to download in PDF. The Milan tourist attractions map presents the monuments, museums, parks and points of interest of Milan in Lombardy - Italy.

Milan tourist map

Map of Milan points of interest

The Milan sightseeing map shows all tourist places and points of interest of Milan. This tourist attractions map of Milan will allow you to easily plan your visits of landmarks of Milan in Lombardy - Italy. The Milan tourist map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Tourism is an important part of the city industry. While Euromonitor International have estimated that there were 1.894 million international arrivals in 2009, the Milan Chamber of Commerce estimates that there were over 5.5 million tourist arrivals in the same year, of which over 2.9 million were Italian, otherwise national, arrivals while over 2.6 million were international as its shown in Milan tourist map. The city saw also a rise in international tourism, notably from America and Japan.

According to a particular source, 56% of international visitors to Milan are from Europe, while 44% of the city tourists are Italian, and 56% are from abroad. The most important European Union markets are the United Kingdom (16%), Germany (9%) and France (6%) as you can see in Milan tourist map. According to the same study, most of the visitors who come from the USA to the city go on business matters, while Chinese and Japanese tourists mainly make up the leisure segment. The average stay for a tourist in the city is of 3.43 nights, while foreigners stay for longer periods of time, 77% of which stay for a 2–5 night average. Of the 75% of visitors staying in hotels, 4-star ones are the most popular (47%), while 5-stars, or less than 3-stars represent 11% and 15% of the charts respectively.

The city contains several cultural institutions, museums and galleries, some of which are highly important at an international level, such as the city Duomo and Piazza, the Convent of Sta. Maria delle Grazie with Leonardo da Vinci The Last Supper, the San Siro Stadium, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the Castello Sforzesco, the Pinacoteca di Brera and the Via Monte Napoleone as its mentioned in Milan tourist map. Most tourists visit sights such as Milan Cathedral, the Castello Sforzesco and the Teatro alla Scala, however, other main sights such as the Basilica of Sant' Ambrogio, the Navigli and the Brera Academy and district are less visited and prove to be less popular.

Milan attractions map

Map of Milan tourist places

The Milan attractions map shows the main monuments, museums and parks of Milan. This tourist places map of Milan will allow you to easily plan your visits of tourist attractions of Milan in Lombardy - Italy. The Milan attractions map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The massive Cathedral of Santa Maria Nascente, which the Milanese call just "Il Duomo" is among the world largest (it holds up to 40,000 people) and most magnificent churches, the ultimate example of the Flamboyant Gothic style. It was begun in the 14th century, but its façade was not completed until the early 1800s, under Napoleon. Attractions include the seven-branched bronze candelabrum by Nicholas of Verdun (c. 1200) in the north transept, the 16th-century tomb of Gian Giacomo Medici, and the jeweled gold reliquary of San Carlo Borromeo in the octagonal Borromeo Chapel leading off the crypt (see Milan attractions map). The Gothic brick church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, in the Corso Magenta, was begun about 1465, and its massive six-sided dome in the finest Early Renaissance style was designed by Bramante, one of Italy most influential Renaissance architects.

Forming one side of Piazza del Duomo and opening on the other side to Piazza della Scala, the grand Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II was designed by Giuseppe Mengoni and built between 1865 and 1877. It was then the largest shopping arcade in Europe, with a dome soaring 48 meters above its mosaic floor. The Castello Sforzesco, held by the Visconti and the Sforza families who ruled Milan from 1277 to 1447 and from 1450 to 1535 respectively, was built in 1368 and rebuilt in 1450 as its shown in Milan attractions map. The 70-meter Torre de Filarete is a 1905 reproduction of the original gate-tower. The Renaissance Palazzo di Brera, built between 1651 and 1773, was originally a Jesuit college, but since 1776 has been the Accademia di Belle Arti (Academy of Fine Arts). Along with a library and observatory, it contains the Pinacoteca di Brera, one of Italy finest art museums.

Considered the most prestigious opera house in the world, La Scala has rung with the music of all the great operatic composers and singers, and its audiences - the theater seats 2,800 people - are known (and feared) as the most demanding in Italy. The church of Sant' Ambrogio was founded in 386 by St. Ambrose, who was born in Milan and is the city patron saint. The present church is a masterpiece of Romanesque architecture, built in the 12th century around the choir from an earlier ninth-century church. With all of Italy magnificent architecture and art from Ancient Greek and Roman, medieval, and Renaissance eras, it is easy to forget that Italy also has some outstanding examples from the Art Nouveau period, known here as Stile Liberty. To many, the interior of the church of San Maurizio is the most beautiful in Milan as its mentioned in Milan attractions map. Built in the early 1500s as the church for a convent of Benedictine nuns, the entire interior is covered in frescoes of biblical scenes.