Attractions

Basilica in Navigli & Zona Tortona

Basilica di Sant'Eustorgio

Built in the 4th century to house the bones of the Three Kings, Sant'Eustorgio is one of Milan's oldest churches. Its harmonious exterior belies its rabble-rousing past as Milan's Inquisition HQ, but the real draw i…
Museum in Navigli & Zona Tortona

Museo delle Culture

Aiming to be a place of dialogue between people and world cultures, Milan's Museum of Culture, housed in the ex-Ansaldo factory, has an ambitious remit. The huge industrial complex was re-engineered by British archi…
Basilica in Navigli & Zona Tortona

Basilica di San Lorenzo

It's difficult not to be bowled over by this oft-ignored hotchpotch of towers, lodges, apses and domes. In spite of appearances, it really is the one basilica. At its centre is an early-Christian circular structure …
Museum in Navigli & Zona Tortona

Armani Silos

Housed in a fiercely contemporary concrete building created from a defunct grain silo, Giorgio Armani's eponymous museum showcases his love of elegant tailoring. Although there are some 600 garments and 200 accessor…
Notable Building in Navigli & Zona Tortona

Superstudio Più

A multifunctional space with more than 10,000 sq metres for design, fashion and entertainment shows. Check out the website for the year-round calendar of events. During the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, exhibits…
Archaeological Site in Navigli & Zona Tortona

San Lorenzo Columns

The freestanding row of 16 Corinthian columns from Milan’s Mediolanum heyday were salvaged from a crumbling Roman residence and lined up here to form the portico of the new church. Their pagan spirit lingers: welcom…