The best locations for your photoshoot in Milan.
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In Captourist feel free to choose the best locations for your photoshoot in Milan. The number of places you visit depends on your selected route and the time of the phototour you choose. We will show you the best locations for your photoshoot whatsoever.
Keep in mind that the time of your package and the route you select will determine the variety of your gallery.
The best option to take a better look at some of the most beautiful landmarks places in Milan is walking paths. This way you will discover local stores or even magical spots, and letting you to understand the culture and local people by the hand of our Captourers.
Check our favorites places and routes.
Milan implies elegance and sophistication!. Is the city where the future, creativity and art get together impressing their visitors. Milan is worldwide recognized as home of design. Its roots lie in 1930s when starting impact on daily life and therefore. Italy is well known by his food, art, architecture and design. Milan is one of the most representative cities where you can find everything together in a sophisticated ambience.
Duomo di Milano
Located in the core of the city the Duomo is the most important gothic architectural work in all of Italy. Its pearly white façade made of pink-veined marble and full of details, wowing you.
Next to the Cathedral you could visit the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. This Cathedral was built between 1865 and 1877. An emblem of Milanese identity with an amazing glass roof this ceiling vaults. Decorated with mosaics representing Asia, Africa, Europe and America.
A majestic place to go shopping and take your photoshoot there. Also peculiarity of this gallery is that all the shop signs must have the same color gold letters on black background.
- Milan Cathedral Duomo
- Galleria Emmanuel Vittorio II
- Scala square
- Strolling surroundings the Cathedral
This park is close to the Castello Sforzesco a castle built in the XV century by the Sforza family. Nowadays is home of 3 museums and it’s an amazing point to start your route.
The castle is an incredible example of a defense architecture. Its high walls, towers, ramparts, moats and a passage connecting two different ring of the defensive walls.
Secondly you will walk in the most love park in Milan The Sempione. Located between the beautiful Arco Della Pace (Arch of peace) and Castello Sforzesco. This park is a beautiful green area whit charming air. An artificial pond in the middle and allure that gives you the motivation to stroll and get the Arch of Peace. At the end, you will finish in the very famous monument the Arch of peace.
- Arco de la Pace
- Sempione park
- Sfozesco castle
- La triennale di Milano
- Arena civica Gianni Brera
A spectacular, romantic and lively location. In the district are two canals. The Naviglio Grande and Naviglio Pavese this last one is headed by the Porta Ticinese.
Today is home to charming boutiques, little galleries, outstanding cafés and restaurants serving an authentic local cuisine.
You will enjoy during summer watching people take boat tours. In winter you’ll enjoying a fantastic view of the freeze river. The Naviglio grande it has been suffered a transformation into and especially lively part of Milan. It is a perfect place to enjoy the sunset together with breathtaking views of the canal. Along way the tour you will see the Basilica Sant Eustorgio dated from 4thcentury with an incredible architecture.
- Naviglio Grande river
- Naviglio Pavese river
- Porta Ticinese
- Basilica Sant Eustorgio
Quadrilatero della moda
It is a famous, elegant and sophisticated area in downtown for shopping in Milan.
Walking down the main streets such as Via Monte Napoleone, Via della Spiga, Via Alessandro Manzoni and Corso Venezia. You can gaze in the windows of the chicest shopping stores of the top fashion designer in the world.
In this area, it is easy to see celebrities and famous people walking around. Nearby this area is the Palazzo Morando museum in which you can enjoy seeing period costumes.
- Via Monte Napoleone
- Palazzo Morando
- Via della Spiga
- Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli park
Walk along Corso Magenta
This is one of the most traditional and elegant streets in Milan. In this street the church Santa Maria delle Grazie harbor The Last Supper one of the Leonardo Da Vinci’s master pieces. You will discovery painted directly on the church wall by one of the most observing and inventive artist.
Also, the Archeological Museum is hosted here in the former convent of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore. The imposing Palazzo Litta right opposite. At the end of this tour you can end in the Sempione Park. A beautiful green area where the castle Sforzesco is located.
- Church Santa Maria delle Grazie
- Corso Magenta
- Archeological Museum
- Sempione Park