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5-min walk from Museo del Risorgimento. Metro: Line 1 to Palestro. 6 ★★ Museo Bagatti Valsecchi. Housed in a delightfully opulent 19th-century Renaissance-style palazzo,10 minutes from Villa Belgiojoso Bonaparte, this museum represents the life work of aristocratic brothers Giuseppe and Fausto Bagatti Valsecchi, who spent the years 1876–95 renovating two derelict mansions in the Quad d’Oro. In 1974, the Fondazione Bagatti Valsecchi opened the museum after it was lovingly refurbished using photographic reference.

F here Duomo u C. Beccaria T. Edison Via Co rso di Po r 53 pend the day exploring Milan’s historic heart, which centers on the magnificent Duomo and its enormous cobbled piazza, encompassing Teatro La Scala to the north and Via Torino to the south. You’ll also visit Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Palazzo Reale, some of Milan’s most reasonable shopping, and traditional caffès in which to settle back and watch the fashionable crowds float past. Best of all, much of it is pedestrianized, and so you can potter at your leisure.

Out come the deckchairs, the beach towels, and the sun cream as people flock to play racket ball, ping pong, and volleyball among the planted palm trees. There’s a paddling pool and a nursery too. @ 2 hr. See p 14, bullet 4. 2 ★★ = Castello Sforzesco. The massive castle home of the Milan with Kids I Via The Best Special-Interest Tours 32 Sforza family began life in 1368 as the fortress of the Visconti dukes, then rulers of Milan. Surrounded by impregnable walls, the castle has had a turbulent history (see box, Building Castello Sforzesco, p 38) but is now home to seven diverse museums arranged around two huge central piazzas.

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