Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II- It is one of the world’s oldest shopping malls often nicknamed il salotto di Milano (Milan's drawing room). It is named after Victorio Emanuelle II and was built by Giuseppe Mengoni, the structure of the mall is a two glass-vaulted arcades which intersects in an octagon. It covers the street connecting Piazza del Duomo to Piazza della Scala. The Galleria, connecting two of Milan's most famous landmarks including The Duomo and the TeatroAlla Scala attracts tourists as well.
Milan Cathedral- It is the fifth largest cathedral and the largest cathedral in the Italian territories. The old baptistery named Battistero Paleocristiano still can be visited under the Milan Cathedral. It is one of the oldest Christian constructions in Europe. In the year 1075, a fire smashed up the cathedral and basilica, and they were later rebuilt as the Duom.
Stadio Giuseppe Meazza – It is a famous football stadium in San siro district, named after Giuseppe Meazza because he was the two-time world cup winner (1934 and 1938). It is home of both A C Milan and F.C Internazionale Milano. This stadium is also known as San Siro.
Sforza castle – It is the castle in Milan and one of the citadels in Europe. It was built in the 15th century by Francesco Sforza, Duke of Milan. The castle has a quadrangular shaped site across the city's walls. Having several of the city's museums and art collections, it has become one of the wonderful sites of Milan.
Royal Palace of Milan- At the Present time it is an important cultural centre for exhibition. Once it was the seat of government of Italy. It is just opposite to Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. At first, it was designed within two yards. The Hall of Caryatids on the first floor of the building occupies the site of the old theatre burnt in 1776. It is the only thing that still survives even after the incident of bombing.
Porta Ticinese – it is one of the attractive buildings of Milan and was formerly known as Porta Cicca. Its southwest gate was set up in the 16th century, but later in the 19th century it was destroyed.
Navigli – It is a system of some interconnected canals. The five canals Naviglio Pavese, Naviglio Grande, Naviglio di Paderno, Naviglio Martesana, Naviglio di Bereguardo are connected with each other. The first three were connected through Milan via the Fossa Interna. Though the canals are not navigable, today they are known to be the notable sites to the public.