Milan is Italy’s second largest city (population 1.7 million inhabitants), the administrative center of the Lombardy region, located in the central part of the Padan Plain, at the intersection of Europe’s largest railways and roads leading from the passes through the Alps. The city is the capital of business life, finance, fashion and the media, as well as Italy’s largest industrial, political and cultural center.
Milan is Italy’s most hardworking city. It is a city of wealth, the heart of the Italian economy. It is also the largest transport interchange in the country, here is the largest international airport, most of the railway communications and the best metro in Italy. Milan is connected by shipping channels to the Po River, making it one of Italy’s main ports. Milan also excels in an area that really matters to many Italians, winning football victories over the rest of the country from year to year. The city is famous for its museums, art galleries, theaters, architectural monuments, educational institutions (university, conservatory, Academy of Arts, etc.). Continue reading