Please allow me to give a brief introduction to this guide, I LOVE MI, so you can get the most out of it.
The purpose of this guide is to take you by the hand and walk you through Milan, whether you are visiting the city for the first time or have lived here your whole life and want to rediscover the city as if for the first time.
This guide is divided into five chapters, each of which will ideally correspond to a day of sightseeing. The first four chapters are dedicated to different zones: the first day we will visit Milan's heart, Piazza Duomo; the second day, the Sempione district; on the third day we will stroll (or ride a bike) around Navigli; and on the fourth we will walk from Brera to Porta Venezia. The fifth day is included for the visitor to have the opportunity to see different attractions scattered around the city: from Bicocca district to Centrale and Porta Garibaldi, from Segrate to San Siro.
The guide is structured in five days, however it is not meant as a strictly organised holiday plan. Instead I will try to present almost everything you can do and see in each district, so you can choose what you're most interested in visiting.
I LOVE MI offers an abundance of attractions not mentioned in other guides: the Children's Museum at La Rotonda della Besana, the interactive exhibition "Dialogue in the Dark" at the Institute for the Blind, the young and alternative Bicocca district...
But that's enough talk: it's now time to put on our most comfy shoes, fill our water bottles and set out. I'll meet you guys in front of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, in Piazza Duomo.