Be involved in a typical Italian atmosphere made up of tastes, flavours, colours and music… In Milano you can enjoy many marvelous historical sites and modern locations, ideal locations for Gala Dinners.
Here only a few proposals:
The Alfa Romeo Museum, in the historical site in Arese, has a new look : six floors of history binding past, present and future and complimenting the achievements of an extraordinary brand, its vehicles, its technology and style.
The Diocesan Museum was founded in 2001 by the Archdiocese of Milan with the aim to protect, promote and publicize the artistic treasures of the diocese within the spiritual context that inspired them.
Milan’s Teatro alla Scala is the most famous opera house in the world and an unmissable destination for music and culture devotees. Many of the operas singers, performers, conductors, dancers and directors who have made history - from Bellini to Verdi, Maria Callas, Pavarotti, Carla Fracci and Luchino Visconti - have trodden this hallowed stage, presenting the best of the best of global Arts. The enchanted atmosphere, the acoustics, the prevalence of sumptuous red and gold colours typical of the great theatres of the world, the magnificence of a venue steeped in history and culture: a true eulogy to the power of the theatre that has been part of the history of humanity since ancient times.
The museum is one of the most impressive locations in downtown Milan. Extending over 50,000 square meters and attracting more than 530,000 visitors a year. it is the largest scientific and technological museum in Italy and one of the four major in Europe.
Palazzo del Ghiaccio is a splendid art nouveau building in the Porta Vittoria area. With its ice-rink of 1800 square metres this was in the past the largest covered ice-rink in Europe and one of the largest in the world.
To set foot in the San Siro Stadium is every football fan’s dream and this can now come true by visiting the San Siro Museum whose visitors’ tour ends up…right on the pitch! After a recent innovative revamp, the Museum proudly holds its ranking as the temple of Milanese football and, with an exciting journey, it transports visitors through the historical events that made the Meazza stadium and all Italian football so great. A football match Italy versus the rest pf the World will be organized for the WCEE delegates.
The Pinacoteca di Brera's collection of works of art includes several of the greatest masterpieces in the history of art anywhere in the world.
The Palazzo Reale is one of Milan’ s major landmarks and now plays a leading role in the cultural life of the city. It has been a protagonist in the city over many centuries and became the palace of the kings; its sumptuous halls have hosted lavish court balls, banquets and receptions.