The new Milan: Cadorna and Skyscrapers

Milan is Italy's operational capital, created by a number of brilliant minds, headed up by the mastermind par excellence: Leonardo Da Vinci. Our slow tour of Milan starts by bike from Cadorna station, where Malpensa Express departs. Discover something more about the famous and discussed art work "needle and thread", representing Milan's industriousness. Then reach the brand new Gae Aulenti square, in the Garibaldi District, surrounded by skyscrapers. That is Milan's new technological and forward-looking image!
 

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