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.