Things to do in Zone 8

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  • jjp333
    Westminster, CO372 contributions
    We actually saw this on a Rick Steves episode and we had a little time to spend on a Sunday. Wow, we feel like we have done a fair amount of traveling and have been fortunate to see some extraordinary places, this was a surprise and frankly caught us a little off guard. It really is an amazing place and experience, we were blown away turn after turn. If I had it to do over I would figure out a way to get a guide because it really does get overwhelming and I think a guide would help.
    Written 4 April 2022
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  • francien2015
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands1,008 contributions
    Milano is a living city. Unlike many Italian cities which are just awesome artefacts, this city is constantly developing new areas. One of the is city life the Mall itself is not so interesting as far as the shops are concerned however the appartments around it as well as the park are great. Too bad you cannot go to the top of the Allianz tower
    Written 8 September 2020
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  • Fares Kewan
    76 contributions
    If you are acmilan fans you must visit the casa milan .when enter the musuem you fell huge emotion that can'tbe describe . You can see allthe cups the club wins, all the greatest players , also canbuy some t shirt at the milan store .
    Written 31 August 2021
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  • jordanellie41
    Bolton, UK838 contributions
    This church/monastery is outside of the city centre and requires a bus journey of around 15 minutes. Unfortunately the monastery part of the building was not open but the journey was worthwhile as the exterior of the church had wonderful domes, steeples and pillars which were charming. The inside is breathtaking with murals all over the walls and ceiling along with a magnificent alter.
    Written 24 September 2018
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  • Alessandro F
    Milan, Italy25,616 contributions
    This new area wen several years ago use to be the Milan Fair is now caracterizated by three skycrapers : The straigh , Isozaki's tower + The crooked , Hadid's tower + The curved, Libeskind's tower.
    Many sops, offices and a very large pedestrian area with many trees.
    Written 19 March 2020
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK153,512 contributions
    The Torre Hadid, officially called the Generali Tower is a building designed by the well known architect
    Zaha Hadid. The building is shaped like a rectangular tube that’s been warped or twisted along the vertical axis.

    Very interesting design and worth a look if in the area.
    Written 3 November 2019
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  • Alessandro F
    Milan, Italy25,616 contributions
    Overlooking the square featuring the monument to Giuseppe Verdi, this very nice palace was built between 1895 and 1899 at the express wish of Verdi, who commissioned the design to Camillo Boito brother of the famous librettist Arrigo.
    Foundedas retiirement home for struggling musicians and singers.
    The architectical style used was the Romanesque-revival.
    In the coutyard you can see the crypt containing the tombs of verdi and his second wife.
    Written 23 April 2020
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  • hiki
    lüneburg,germany122 contributions
    a pedestrian area with mixed Italian and Chinese shops. Many shoppers, and the shops are rather unexpensive. Food is good and you get a full meal for two for the price of two cappucinos in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele
    Written 9 October 2019
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  • Corrado R
    Italy40 contributions
    Very good interpretation of old working space and large volumes for good exhibitions. Easy access and enjoyable time
    Written 16 January 2019
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  • jacobtaendler
    Concord, CA173 contributions
    I went down the street from my hotel to this street market. I was pleasantly surprised that although it's similar to other street markets, it differs from them by the type of food you can get AND the lack of rudeness (almost very helpful) attitude of the local Italians. We were treated very respectfully by every vendor, they made us feel comfortable with our purchases. AND, the most important thing is that you can get fair quality items for an extremely good price, eg a leather purse for 10-25 euros vrs 850 for a change bag from a distinguished designer. I liked their stuff, but mostly I liked the food!
    Written 9 July 2016
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  • WorldTraveler
    Singapore289 contributions
    We lived in Singapore for a few years and were missing Chinese food and groceries. Chinatown was our savior. We ate lunch at noodles & soups and it was delicious! Also found a big Asian supermarket where we found a lot of goodies. All in all it was a pleasant experience for us.
    Written 3 September 2021
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  • Alessandro F
    Milan, Italy25,616 contributions
    Together with the curvilinear and the crooked this is the skyscraper called “straight” of the three towers of City Life
    Quite anonymous beside the others two skyscrapers.
    It’s the highest skyscraper for the number of the floors but a little bit shorter than the spire of Unicredit tower
    Written 31 January 2020
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  • kaffejaana
    Helsinki, Finland2 contributions
    Beautiful piece of environmental art in urban cityscape. There's amazing grass hill created in shape of a spiral. I'd recommend to rent a bike to experience the spiral. Many locals walk the spiral up and down as an exercise.
    Written 11 November 2016
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  • Nicholas G
    George Town, Grand Cayman12 contributions
    Absolutely loved it. Some may say it isnt big enough or there isnt that much to see but I enjoyed my time. I went to the Enzo Ferrari and the the Ferrari museums in Modena and appreciated Casa Milan more. The ability to see the trophies, and how the players are held in great esteem put this spot for me above the Ferrari museums.
    If you just want to see many things and are with a group it may not live up to the hype but if you are a true fan and in love with all the history you can spend much time just viewing the videos at the kiosks of all the memorable players that don the jerseys and reliving the special moments by watching highlights and interviews.
    Written 21 August 2019
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  • Okarahan
    Krakow, Poland1,356 contributions
    New built area of Milan city, but historical architecture is protected. This area has nice buildings, shopping and entertainment center, park. Also, there are quite nice residency buildings.
    Written 9 February 2020
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