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Milan Centrale
Reggio Emilia AV
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Mini Guide, what to visit in Milan and Parma

Traveling to Milan
Traveling to Parma
Traveling to Milan

Whether it's work, a passion for fashion, or a love for design, the inspirations for taking a train to Milan, the most international city in Italy, are increasingly numerous. For a round trip in a day, the must-see destinations of a visit to Milan are the Cathedral with its Madonnina, the most famous symbol, Sforza Castle, the Church of Sant'Ambrogio, Piazza della Scala with its La Scala theater, and the imposing Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. From there, with a few steps, you can reach Italy's most famous department store, La Rinascente, and with just a ten-minute walk, you can reach the Fashion Quadrilateral, the ultimate shopping area, which is enclosed in the four streets of via Montenapoleone, via Manzoni, via della Spiga, and Corso Venezia. In Milan, the design week attracts operators from all over the world every year, and the Brera and Tortona neighborhoods come alive with off-site events, showcasing the best of Milan's nightlife. To get to know the trendiest area of the city, you should go down to Darsena and discover its famous Navigli (Pavese Canal and the Great Canal). But Milan is also art, where you can admire Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, The Last Supper, or visit exhibitions at the Pinacoteca di Brera, the Triennale, or the exhibitions at the Prada Foundation. The Meneghina city, the engine of the country's economy and the seat of the Stock Exchange and the prestigious Bocconi University, also hosts the most important fairs and events in Europe, to be marked on the agenda: the Salone del Mobile, the Milan Fashion Week, or the Artisan Fair. For a business trip, a visit to the newly reborn Porta Nuova area cannot be missed, a project that has enriched Milan's skyline with new skyscrapers, including the Unicredit Tower and the award-winning Vertical Forest. What are you waiting for? Buy your Italo ticket to Milan now!

Traveling to Parma

Whether it's a cultural visit, a gastronomic experience, or a stroll in a charming urban environment, Parma is a city rich in attractions. Located in northwestern Italy, Parma is famous for its artistic and cultural heritage, its delicious cuisine, and its architectural beauty. For an unforgettable cultural experience, you can visit the Cathedral of Parma, a wonderful Romanesque church that houses the famous fresco by Correggio, the Dome of the Cathedral. Another must-see destination is the Baptistery of Parma, a pink marble structure dating back to the 12th century and featuring a ceiling decorated with breathtaking frescoes. For food lovers, Parma is the home of prosciutto crudo and Parmigiano Reggiano cheese. Food enthusiasts can visit the local farms to taste these delicious local products. The city is also famous for its opera house, the Teatro Regio, which has hosted numerous internationally renowned performances. Other cultural attractions include the Glauco Lombardi Museum, which houses a collection of modern and contemporary art, and the Palazzo della Pilotta, an imposing baroque palace that houses the National Gallery. For some leisure and shopping, you can stroll through the streets of the historic center, where fashion shops and boutiques are located, or visit the Albinelli Market, a covered market that offers fresh and local products. Moreover, Parma is the venue for numerous cultural and sports events, including the Verdi Festival, an annual event dedicated to opera and classical music, and the Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix, which is held every year at the nearby Monza National Autodrome. In short, Parma is a city that offers many opportunities for discovery and fun, so don't miss the chance to visit it!

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