The 10 best Instagram spots in Milan

Milan is the second largest Italian city and is located in Lombardy, northern Italy. The city, which is visited by millions of tourists every year, is one of the most important fashion capitals in the world. You will find numerous buildings worth seeing in the city.

We have summarized the 10 most popular Instagram spots in the city for you below:

1. Milan Cathedral

The landmark of the second largest city in Italy is the Milan Cathedral. The Roman Catholic church, built in white marble, is one of the largest churches in the world.

Tip: From the cathedral terraces you have a unique view of the city. The fascinating view makes the terraces an excellent photo opportunity.

2. Terrazza Aperol

You have a unique view of the dome from the Terrazza Aperol. The bar is famous for the drink Aperol Spritz. With the dome in the background, the outdoor area is an excellent photo opportunity.

3. Viktor Emanuel Passage

Viktor Emanuel Passage is a shopping gallery opened in the second half of the 19th century. The gallery is named after Victor Emmanuel II, the former king of Italy. Due to the imposing interior architecture, the shopping gallery, which is popular with both locals and tourists, is a popular photo motif.

5. Arco della Pace

The Arco della Pace is a triumphal arch that you can find in Piazza Sempione. The structure was built in the first half of the 19th century and is 25 meters high. Due to the special architecture, the Arco della Pace is ideal as a photo motif.

6. Milan Academy of Arts

One of the most important art museums in Italy is the Accademia di Brera, Milan’s art academy. During a tour of the museum you can see works of art from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. The Academy of Art is composed of nearly 40 halls.

7. Bosco Verticale

Among the world’s most innovative skyscrapers are the twin Bosco Verticale towers. The green towers were designed by Italian architect Stefano Boeri. The unique design makes the twin towers a one-of-a-kind Instagram spot.

8. Castello Sforzesco

In the northwest of the old town is the Castello Sforzesco Castle. The Milanese castle was built in the Renaissance and rebuilt and restored several times in the following centuries. In the halls of the Castello Sforzesco you can currently find art exhibitions.

9. Santa Maria delle Grazie

Santa Maria delle Grazie is a Dominican church that has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980. The church has international fame because the painting “The Last Supper” by the Italian artist and architect Leonardo da Vinci is located in the Santa Maria delle Grazie. The church building was built in the 15th century.

10. Murale Artistico di Gucci

A unique house wall in the Italian metropolis is the Murale Artistico di Gucci. The painting was designed by the Spanish artist Ignasi Monreal.

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