What you need to know before traveling to Milan

The province of Milan is located in the northern Italian region of Lombardy, or Lombardia in Italian. It is situated in the Padana Plain, between two important rivers, the Adda River and the Ticino River. Within the province there are six regional parks, including Parco delle Groane and Parco Lombardo della valle del Ticino. The capital city of the province, also called Milan, was founded around 600 BC by a Celtic population. Thanks to its historical and cultural heritage, Milan has a variety of sights to entertain tourists. Milan attractions include the Teatro alla Scala, one of the most famous opera houses in Europe, and the magnificent Gothic Cathedral, built in the 14th century. Head out of the capital city to check out the smaller towns of the province, such as Inveruno. Here, you’ll find the Church of San Martino, built before the year 1179. For a fun-filled weekend, Milan is a wonderful place to visit.

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