This is the latest project to have transformed the Milano skyline, inaugurated during Expo 2015. The three skyscrapers designed by Hadid, Libeskind, Isozaki are clearly visible from several areas of the city. Surrounding these three towers is the glitzy CityLife District, a harmonious set of sparkling residential condominiums and office buildings, complemented by a luxury mall and a vast park that is a joy to behold.

Your visit to Milano is not complete without a stop at CityLife.

1 . ArtLine

Discover all the works of ArtLine: stroll along the city's contemporary art park in search of its various sculptures and installations, including municipal fountains which instead of the classic dragon head have various fairytale animals sprouting the flowing water, a fun game of discovery for children and daydreaming adults.

And every year Art Line is enriched by a new work, inaugurated during the Milano Art Week.

2 . CityLife Shopping District

It's shopping time! Multi-brand stores, food delicacies and movie nscreenings: all in the CityLife Shopping District, one of Milano’s most sophisticated malls. Vast retail spaces with wood and plants, crowded by families and groups of teens, the place seems to have come straight out of California in terms of glamor and concept, but it is directly accessible from the subway. (M5 Tre Torri).

3 . Parco Tre Torri

Lie on the grass of Tre Torri Park to admire the three skyscrapers designed by world-famous architects. You will find kiosks, play equipment and green spaces open to the public, white residential condos with wood and metal finishes in French Riviera style, and of course the Three Towers which are the headquarters of banks and multinationals.

4 . Allianz MiCo

Check out the Allianz MiCo Convention Center, Europe’s largest, and its incredible vaporwave coverage that looks like something out of a sci-fi movie. MiCo, the Milano Convention Center, can accommodate up to 18,000 delegates in its 65 conference and convention rooms. (M5 Portello)

The pavilions of the Milano International Fair once stood in this are, but were demolished between 2007 and 2008 to make way for this ambitious urban redevelopment plan. In its place, there is the FieraMilanoCity complex which hosts mid-sized events (toy fairs, philatelic exhibitions, electronic gadgets, etc.), since the big Milano fairs moved to Rho-Fiera Milano.

5 . Pagano and Corso Vercelli

Enjoy a walk among the elegant and leafy residential neighborhood around Via Pagano and shop in the exquisite boutiques of Corso Vercelli a long shopping street (M1 Pagano). Check out also nearby Via Marghera and Via Belfiore. There you’ll find chain stores, but also bars, restaurants and traditional shops having a neighborly dimension. Not far away, there is the not-to-be-missed covered market in Piazza Wagner, which dates back to 1929 and where you can find the greatest variety of gourmet and exotic foods in the city (M1 Wagner).

6 . Il velodromo Vigorelli

It is worth visiting the Vigorelli, the most important velodrome in the history of Italian cycling (several world hour records were set there), where the Beatles played for the first time in Italy in 1965. In 2016, the restoration work on the historic nearly 400-meter wooden track was completed, thanks also to the persistence and passion of Milanese cyclists, while the field in the center of the velodrome hosts the American football games of the three Milanese teams (M5 Domodossola FN).

How to get there

M5 Lilac: Tre Torri, Portello – Tram: 1, 14, 19 – Bus 43, 48, 68, Trolleybus: 90/91



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