Top 10 Photospots in Milan

Explore Milan with your camera and discover the top 10 photospots in the fashion capital. Remember to tag your photographic journey with #ExploreItaly.

March 13, 2018

Explore Milan with your camera and discover the top 10 photospots in the fashion capital. Remember to tag your photographic journey with #ExploreItaly.

Explore Milan and its Top 10 spots to visit on your first time in the city of Fashion.

1. The view of Parco Sempione and the city from the Torre Branca.

2. The view of the Dome from the balcony of Museo del Novecento.

3. The Naviglio Grande from the Bridge of Leonardo di Via Casale.

4. The castle and square taken from the entrance of the EXPO Milano.

5. The Sforzesco castle and the Peace arch taken from the extremity of the lake in Parco Sempione.

6. The Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery, taken from the center with its bull mosaic on the floor.

7. Walk of fame in Via Montenapoleone, where every stylist created a manhole cover.

8. The view from the dome’s roof top.

9. Sunset at the Gae Aulenti square with its fountains.

10. View from the terrace of the Excelsior Gallia overlooking the historic train station.

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