One of the oldest churches in Milan, dedicated to the patron saint of the city and a man who installed Christianity into this part of Italy.
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This church is in the wider centre of Milano, so it is not so far from Duomo to be reached on foot. By tram it is just 5,6 minutes. The entrance is free. The enterior is nice but I really liked the columns outside. Worth...More
Bring along a guidebook to learn more about this historic basilica- there's a lot of history there! The skeletal remains of Saint Ambrose and two martyrs can be seen in the crypt- that was certainly interesting. Enjoyed this visit.
Basilica of Sant Ambrosio is one of the oldest churches in Milan and was built in the late 400’s. Its super simplistic design is also a big contrast to the Duomo. Visiting the Basilica is free and given it’s not as well known as the...More
A beautiful and historic church away from the crowds. Definitely worth visiting.Not far from Centro but peaceful and interesting.
I visited last year on St Ambrogio's day and the cardinal of Milan performed mass. The crypt is intriguing and the church is one of a kind. Pop in for a visit. Take metro line 2, St Ambrogio stop.
When you go in, especially on a Sunday you will be lucky enough to see a church service which is very soothing. The Basilica has lots of history and don't forget to see the crypt under the alter to see the skeletal remains of the...More
Front side might detain you from a visit but it is really worth to visit - there are no tickets required, but scheduled opening hours! Take time to discover these many hidden details everywhere. Easy to get there by Metro, Tramway, Buses or even walking...More
It is one of the oldest churches in Milan, and as such it has plenty of stories to tell. The information provided inside is quite useful, and you can see the tombs of a few saints in the peaceful crypt under the altar. It also...More