Educational Trip To Milan For International Schools
Head to Milan for a feel of la dolce vita. Get inspired by a real mix of contemporary art, romanticism & Gothic influences.
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This beautifully museum is an homage to Giorgio Armani’s work and his fashion designs of the last 40 years. Go down memory lane and look back at some of his most iconic creations, with more than 600 outfits to admire. The permanent collection displays three key themes which are central to the designer’s work: Androgynous, Ethnicities & Stars. The visit includes an audio guide.
Castello Sforzesco is one of Milan’s main attractions. With 12 mini-museums in one, students have plenty to see! The castle’s fascinating archives run all the way from Paleolithic history through to 1950s furniture. A must see. (Note that the museum is closed on Mondays)
Always ahead of its time, the Triennale di Milano is an art and design museum located in Parco Sempione in the heart of Milan. Well-known for its contemporary art, architecture and design, it offers a great range of exhibitions and guided tours.
This accelerating visit will take students on a journey. This museum tells the story of Ferrari through cars, inviting visitors to look into its past, present and future. Other activities include a Ferrari Factory Tour, Education and Driving Simulation. This is your chance to sit in the cockpit of a real Formula1!
Also known as GAM, the Gallery of Modern Art is one of Milan’s most iconic galleries. Its location is nothing less than the Villa Reate, a fabulous palace where Napoleon once set residence. GAM hosts the largest municipal collection of 19th-century works.
The Galleria Vittorio Emanuelo is not only Italy’s oldest active shopping mall, it is also of one Milan’s most iconic landmarks. Located on the Piazza del Duomo in the city center, the four-story double arcade is named after King Vittorio Emmanuele II and home to luxury boutiques and high quality restaurants.
Located on Piazza del Duomo, Milan Cathedral is a visit not to be missed. The cathedral was constructed over six centuries and is the largest church in Italy. Students will discover various aspects such as the Cathedral itself, the Terraces, the Baptistery of St Giovanni alle Fonti and the Museum. The best part of visiting Duomo di Milano is certainly the rooftops and the beautiful views they offer.
Still located in its original place, Santa Maria delle Grazie convent, The Last Supper is one of the world’s most influential paintings. The famous scene representing Jesus and his disciples is painted over a huge surface of 4.60 meters high & 8.80 meters wide. Until this day, The Last Supper has attracted interests from many historians and writers. Measures were put in places to protect Leonardo Da Vinci’s work. This means that visits are restricted to a group of 25 people every 15 minutes.