Milano

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Hello! I’m finally back! All of my exams are done! No more school!! The excitement is real! And the summer is finally here! It means that I finally have more time for blogging. I will be traveling the whole summer, so you can expect so many blogs about traveling from me.
This time I will talk about my trip to Italy on April. I have posted a video from this trip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzymbOWQW5A   

This post is about Milano! When somebody says Milan, the first thing that comes to mind is fashion. Yeaaa, everybody is really pretty and unique there. But we found some other cool things to do there. We stayed in an apartment not that far from the city center. So we basically walked all around the city. Of course the first thing we had to see was Duomo di Milano. It’s one of the most beautiful cathedrals I have ever seen! Everything about that building is just breathtaking. Words can’t describe how amazing everything looks there. The view from the top is really cool. You can see the whole city from the top. The amount of detail that went into sculpting the spires on the roof of the church is seriously mind-blowing. It’s a must to see it! After that we had to go to Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. It’s so pretty! But I think it looks better at night. All of those shops and lights! We also went to Sfarzo Castle. “Sfarzo Castle is a historic fortress which houses several of Milan’s best museums including the Pinacoteca del Castello Sforzesco.”
After exploring this wonderful castle, we bought some snacks from the China town and  went to Sempione park just to relax and enjoy the nature around us. It actually was really surprising so see so many people working out there. Everybody seems to be really active and I think that it’s really amazing.
Then we went to Cimitero Monumentale. “This cemetery is famous for the vast amount of sculptures, monuments and elaborate headstones.” We didn’t spend that much time there because it was a bit creepy.
Of course, the whole Milan is full of incredible buildings and places to see, it’s just so difficult to remember them all. You can see everything from my photos. I forgot to mention that we spent 2 full days in Milan. Both of those days ended in some cool restaurants with spritz.
I hope you will like this post. I will update my blog soon with another travel post. Thank you for reading!
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OUTFITS:

  • Long shirt – Zara
  • Faux leather jacket – Pull&Bear
  • Floppy hat – Primark
  • Backpack – Pull&Bear
  • Shoes – Nike and Zara
  • Shirt – Charlotte russe

Akvilė
xoxo


108 thoughts on “Milano

  1. Your outfit is on point! Love the pictures! It’s good that you are in most of them, this gives a sense of reality and how huge the cathedral is! Looks like you had a wonderful time, even though you where only there for 2 days!! Can’t wait to read more about your adventures this summer!
    I’m also traveling this summer, you can see my adventures on my bog 🙂

    1. Heyy, thank you! I bought a really nice bag from a small boutique there but I can’t remember the name of it . I hope I will have more time for shipping next time. If you will go to Milan, you need to buy something from that street!:)

  2. Lovely pictures of Duomo di Milano. I loved it so much i had to share. That was also my first stop when i visited Milan and it was well worth it. Feel free to also share any interesting post you find on my page. Cheers!

  3. Great pictures! I am new to your blog and love it, I followed :)! Congrats for being done with school, I just finished too!!! SUPER HAPPY lol

  4. This post has good timing for me. My family and I just booked a trip to Milan/Venice for February. I have been to Milan since I was 16; 17 years ago! It still looks the same – beautiful as ever.

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