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Wedding in Milan

Why get married in Milan?

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Milan is a city that arouses extreme feelings, just like the city lifestyle is extreme too. A restless rhythm is part of both work and leisure, so much that it is difficult to stay unmoved and not get overwhelmed by all the cultural and social stimulus.

If you like trends, city lifestyle, fashion and design choose Milan as your Destination Wedding. Milan is always one step ahead: a laboratory of artistic experiments and a building site for social behavior that is continuously changing.  A city full of contradictions, ancient and modern, trends and counter-trends, fashion and underground, middle class and working class, but always simply ‘cool’: if you feel comfortable in this environment, 

Wedding in Milan and enjoy the fashion city lifestyle!

The city
Milan is rich in art, history and culture, and is the business, design and fashion centre of Italy.
The economic heart of the country, the city offers visitors an interesting blend of modern innovation and deep-rooted cultural tradition. Known for its concentration of designer shops and boutiques, Milan is also home to the world-famous La Scala opera house, the magnificent Duomo and Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper, all of which are within easy access from the hotel. Milan’s fashion district features great designers’ showrooms in Via Sant’Andrea, Via della Spiga, Via Gesù, Via Borgospesso, Via Santo Spirito, Via Verri and of course Via Montenapoleone. Important jewellery, design and furnishing showrooms can also be found here. 

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele

A wonderful structure with a glass roof, it offers visitors a unique opportunity to visit its traditional cafes, bars, bookshops and the legendary Prada boutique. It connects the Duomo with the famous opera house, La Scala, and is one of the most prestigious shopping arcades in Italy.

Teatro alla Scala

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One of the world’s most famous opera houses, owes its name to Santa Maria della Scala, the 1381 church it was built upon. The traditional opening night of the opera season always takes place on 7th December, feast of Sant’Ambrogio, patron saint of Milan.

The Duomo
One of the largest churches in Europe and the symbol of Milan, its construction started in 1386 and ended in the late 19th century. It is made in white Candoglia marble, and characterised by 3400 statues and its fabulous stained-glass windows. Wedding in Milan with our expert!


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