Vittoria Suite Milano is an apartment located in the heart of Milan, a few steps from Piazza Del Duomo. From here you can reach all of Milan's attractions on foot or by public transport.
Piazza Duomo and Historical Centre
Piazza del Duomo is the main and most central square in Milan. It is the vital center of the city and, together with the adjacent Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, an iconic place par excellence and a destination for visitors and tourists from all over the world.
Dominated by the imposing Gothic facade of the Duomo Cathedral and surrounded by important architecture and monuments such as:
Teatro Alla Scala
Teatro alla Scala, often referred to informally as "la Scala", is the main opera house in Milan.
Considered among the most prestigious theaters in the world, it hosts the main artists in the international fields of opera and classical music.
Starting from the year of foundation, it is the venue of the homonymous choir, of the orchestra, of the corps de ballet and since 1982 also of the Philharmonic.
The theater complex is located in the square of the same name.
The fashion district is a district of Milan known worldwide as a luxury district where jewelers, boutiques and clothing, design and furniture showrooms are concentrated
The district is so called because it is delimited by four prestigious streets: Via Monte Napoleone, Via Manzoni, Via della Spiga and Corso Venezia.
Favorite destination for shopping lovers and the beating heart of events related to Milan Fashion Week, there are numerous clothing stores of the most important fashion brands, ateliers, studios and showrooms that attract tourists from all over the world.
The artists who have gravitated towards the Academy of Fine Arts since the 19th century have transformed the district into one of the most characteristic of Milan.
The most important streets are obviously via Brera (with its Pinacoteca di Brera, the Academy of Fine Arts and the Braidense National Library, as well as the Modern Art Gallery Il Castello), via Fiori Chiari, via Fiori Oscuri, via San Carpoforo , via Madonnina, via del Carmine, via Ciovasso and via Ciovassino.
Navigli and Darsena
If you are looking for a trendy place where you can have a good drink, or have an aperitif, you must go to Navigli, a symbol of Milanese nightlife.
The Navigli area is only a 15-minute walk from the Duomo of Milan and you can get there by underground by getting off at the "Porta Genova" stop along the M2 green line.
Not to be missed along the canals are the Vicolo dei Lavandai, the Alda Merini House Museum, the Church of San Cristoforo sul Naviglio, the Conca del Naviglio and the Stone Bridge located at via Corsico.