Milan is full of interesting things to do, but not all of them make it into the guide books. Here’s a list of five great (and free) things to do in the city.
A lovely one-day Italian food course.
This beautiful church has a lot of things you’d expect to see in an Italian cathedral – and one thing you wouldn’t: an optical illusion.
Stressed? A vintage tram awaits behind ancient city walls, ready to transport you from your troubles.
It’s not as elaborate as the Duomo, but this cathedral is still a work of art.
A church lined with human skulls. Although it sounds like a script from a horror movie, this cathedral is definitely worth a visit.
You probably won’t read about it any guide books, but that doesn’t mean HangarBicocca isn’t well worth a visit.
An abandoned warehouse in Navigli has been transformed into a culinary hotspot, offering up something for every palate.
With exquisite statues and elaborate monuments, you’ve never seen a graveyard so beautiful. Entry is free, so what are you waiting for?