This is why to learn Italian you should move to Milan | ELLCI

TOP REASONS TO CHOOSE TO LEARN ITALIAN IN MILAN

All the advantages of studying Italian in Milan

Milan is the second Italian city after Rome. It is the capital of fashion and finance: here are the most important Italian brands and financial companies in Italy.
During Milan Fashion Week, the City of Milan, the Camera della Moda and the most important designers celebrate the creativity and quality of Made in Italy.
Every year in April, during the Design Week, famous and emerging producers and designers take part in the Salone Internazionale del Mobile and at the Fuorisalone.
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Besides being the main Italian economic and commercial center, Milan is a city of art and culture with an ancient history and a lively nightlife.
The architectural heritage blends history and modernity in a harmonious and fascinating exchange.
The most important historical monuments such as the Duomo, the cathedral symbol of the city and one of the best examples of Gothic style in the world, the “Castello Sforzesco”, the “Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II”, the Arco della Pace and the “Basilica of Sant ‘Ambrogio “, dedicated to the patron saint of Milan, coexist with modern skyscrapers.
From the first skyscraper in Milan, the Pirellone from the ‘60s, in the last ten years the skyscrapers have returned to being a symbol of innovation and rational use of space, encouraging innovative and sustainability-oriented projects that have given life to the new Milan skyline. Not only the award-winning Bosco Verticale, but also the Diamond and the Unicredit headquarters in Porta Nuova and the ex-Fair area, renamed City Life.
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Besides being the main Italian economic and commercial center, Milan is a city of art and culture with an ancient history and a lively nightlife.
The architectural heritage blends history and modernity in a harmonious and fascinating exchange.
The most important historical monuments such as the Duomo, the cathedral symbol of the city and one of the best examples of Gothic style in the world, the “Castello Sforzesco”, the “Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II”, the Arco della Pace and the “Basilica of Sant ‘Ambrogio “, dedicated to the patron saint of Milan, coexist with modern skyscrapers.
From the first skyscraper in Milan, the Pirellone from the ‘60s, in the last ten years the skyscrapers have returned to being a symbol of innovation and rational use of space, encouraging innovative and sustainability-oriented projects that have given life to the new Milan skyline. Not only the award-winning Bosco Verticale, but also the Diamond and the Unicredit headquarters in Porta Nuova and the ex-Fair area, renamed City Life.
In addition to these sites of artistic importance there are many famous spaces dedicated to entertainment and cultural activities.
The acclaimed “La Scala” represents excellence at an international level. Visiting the Museo de La Scala, you can see the theater from one of the boxes.
Along with the other city theaters, such as the one dedicated to Giorgio Strehler and the “Arcimboldi”, Milan knows how to satisfy all tastes: opera, theater, entertainment and music. In the city each year 10 million tickets are sold annually for art, music and cinema performances, in competition with the main European capitals.
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MOVE IN MILAN

Moving from one point to another in the city is very easy in Milan. The integrated network of buses, trams and subways allows you to easily cross the city with a single ticket.
For those who prefer a personalized service, taxi service is a convenient and fast way. Or you can use the various short rental sharing services that offer different alternatives: bike sharing, car sharing and scooter sharing.
Even visiting the surroundings of Milan is easy. The city is in fact a favorite location for the connection with major Italian and foreign cities, for air, rail and motorway.
Milan is therefore a prestigious destination for fashion, design, art and culture, but also an excellent starting point to discover all of Italy thanks to central geographical location and well served by all means of transport. Milan offers three airports, with domestic and international flights (Linate, Malpensa, Orio al Serio).
For those who love to travel by train, the railways in the city have many stations (Central Station, Cadorna Ferrovie Nord, Porta Garibaldi, Lambrate Station and Porta Genova Station, close to the Navigli District) for all destinations.