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In Milan you breathe fashion. In the streets a fashionable and elegant environment is never unnoticed. It is present wherever you go. But the second largest city of Italy is not only catwalks. It is also the largest commercial, industrial and financial center of the country. In Milan flows much money, but also circulates much culture.

Innovation and design make a difference in what is considered the fashion capital of Europe, along with Paris. The charm and elegance are a constant and make all the difference in the city, which boasts the status of commercial, industrial and finance center in Italy. And it is no coincidence that the most important stock exchange in the country is in Milan. Money is, indeed, something always present in the busy and modern Milanese streets. At the same time, the mingle of Gothic, Baroque and Neoclassical monuments in every corner transform a visit to the city in a real outdoor lesson of architecture.Milan is a city that exudes style in every corner and it is hard to resist the charm of the big stores with major brands such as Armani, Prada, Fendi, Gucci and Versace. Although Milan has only just over one million inhabitants, it is estimated that its metropolitan area (the fifth largest in the European Union) has more than four million inhabitants. The second largest city in Italy - after the capital, Rome - is considered one of the world's most cosmopolitan.