Attractions in Gay Milan
Wondering what to do in the fashionable Milan? Get ready to mix and match history, art, life, and pleasure as you adventure out to discover Milan.
This city has more attractions that you could ever attempt to see in one visit. You could quickly fall in love with Milan without ever seeing a museum – through there plenty to visit if you so desire. Being gay does not define which attraction most of us will want to see. Most queer tourists in Milan will merely want to check out the top things to see in Milan during the day!
How safe is Milan for Queer travelers?
Milan is a very gay safe city. However, all travelers should take caution with valuables especially in crowded areas. Gay people in Milan do not need to make any extra precautions regarding public displays of affection in this progressive city and should have no issues exploring its timeless beauty!
We loved getting lost in the busy marketplaces, sipping espresso on charming streetside cafes and shopping up a storm in designer stores. In case you need more ideas – here are just a few of our favorite things to do in Milan!
1. The Last Supper
One of the most famous artworks in the world, tickets sell out weeks – or even months in advance – so book in advance if you want to see Da Vinci’s awe-inspiring “Last Supper” – world’s most famous Renaissance mural.
2. Milan Cathedral Rooftop
The icon of Milan and tourists are allowed access to all areas including the rooftop terraces, cathedral, museum and archaeological area. Gawk at striking adornments and stained glass windows. Or just sit and soak up the view from up top.
3. Serravalle Designer Outlet
Shop ’til you drop (and save money while doing it) on this day trip to Serravalle Designer Outlet from Milan, with round-trip transfers. Board a comfortable coach in Milan for the 60-mile (100-kilometer) ride to the outlet center. Once there, go wild popping into as many of the 200 shops that your time there will afford.
Take advantage of discounts of 70% off name brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Adidas, Versaci, Timberland, and more. For more benefits, upgrade the tour to the VIP Shopping Pass and get a 10% discount and fast-track coach boarding. Independent shopping day trip to the Serravalle Designer Outlet from Milan with included coach transport Shop for discounted fashions at Italy’s largest designer outlet, with nearly 200 stores
Save up to 70% on brands such as Armani, Versace, Prada, Burberry and many more Break from your shopping at Serravalle’s restaurants, bars and cafes Enjoy an extra 10% discount at select stores with your included Serravalle Fashion Pass Upgrade to a VIP Shopping Pass for priority coach boarding Relax with included return coach transfers from Milan
4. Lake Como Day Trip
Leave the city behind and head out to spectacular Lake Como. Italy’s famous lakeside resort and home to George Clooney. Discover the picturesque streets of Como city then relax on a cruise to Bellagio Island for views you will never forget. Hmmm, better make it more than a day trip…There is a lot to take in! Think about that suggestion when planning your trip
5. Scala Theater Museum
Don’t miss a tour (or performance) of one of the world’s most important opera houses. From the theater to its museum, catch tales of resident musical geniuses including Toscanini to Barenboim. If you are a fan of classical music, you will not want to miss this!
6. Sforza Castle
A grand Medieval-Renaissance fortress that now houses many of Milan’s most magnificent art including those by da Vinci and Michelangelo. Beautiful inside and out, it can take days to see everything on offer in this vast complex.
7. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
A high-end shopping street housed in an ornate 1800s arcade, this world-famous mall is jam-packed full of luxury clothing brands & upscale dining. Enjoy window shopping or pop into the store, just be prepared for some eye-watering pricetag’s. The coffee, however, is affordable and makes for sublime people watching.
Milan is great city. I would need to write a book to cover most (probably not all) attractions in this city. It all depends on your personal preferences and interests. I hope that post could provide you with some ideas. Or maybe trigger your curiosity?
Whatever you do – stay safe and enjoy your travel.