Italy, a European country with a long Mediterranean coastline is famous for its landmark art and ancient ruins. In Italy, we preferred Milan as the perfect venue for our “World Congress On Neurology And Brain Disorders – 2017” from 4th to 6th September, 2017, which is the most populous metropolitan area and the second most populous commune in Italy after its capital Rome. Other major cities in Italy include Florence, with Renaissance masterpieces Venice, the city of canals and Milan, Italy’s fashion capital. In the year, 2000 Italy's healthcare system was regarded, by World Health Organisation's ranking, as the 2nd best in the world. Milan is the main industrial and financial center of Italy and it is one of global significance. The EURO is the official currency in Milan. The city is a major world fashion and design capital, well known for several international events and fairs, including Milan Fashion Week and the Milan Furniture Fair. Milan's museums, theatres and landmarks (including the Milan Cathedral, Sforza Castle and Leonardo da Vinci paintings such as The Last Supper, a UNESCO World Heritage Site) attract over 9 million visitors annually. Milan's Cathedral, built between 1386 and 1577, is the fifth largest cathedral in the world and the most important example of Gothic architecture in Italy. The gilt bronze statue of the Virgin Mary, placed in 1774 on the highest pinnacle of the Duomo, soon became one of the most enduring symbols of Milan. The Montanelli gardens, created in the 18th century, hosts the Natural History Museum of Milan and a planetarium. In addition, even though Milan is located in one of the most urbanized regions of Italy, it's surrounded by a belt of green areas and features numerous gardens even in its very center. It is an Alpha leading global city, with strengths in the arts, commerce, design, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, media, services, research, and tourism. Throughout the many regions in Italy, the distinctive cuisine of the Italians shines through in a wide-range of eating habits, styles of cooking, and selection of local ingredients. The most popular dishes associated with the Italian culture include a tempting slice of pizza and a heaping plate of pasta. The weather in September sees the last of the summer heat, as autumn begins and the temperatures drop slightly compared to the preceding months, but the weather remains warm and pleasant. Milan is one of the coolest holiday destinations around right now.
Milan has amazing hotels in the world which reflects the elegance, simplicity, and comfort in service.
Milan consists of three international airports namely Malpensa, Linate and Orio al Serio in which Malpensa international airport is one of the world's oldest sites of continuous aviation hosting international and domestic flights. Milan is particularly famous for fashion, arts, commerce, design, education, entertainment, tourism. Some of the best places to visit in Milan are Galleria Vittorio Emauel, Orto Botanica Di Brera, Pinacoteca Di Bera, Porta Romana, Rialto Brige, Musceo Civico Di Storia, Milan Cathedral,Royal Palace of Milan, Sforza Castle, Navigli, Pirelli Tower and many more. The Italian embassy made visa process straight and easy, and it aslo provides good offers for visitors. Citizens of 30 following countries do not require visas to enter Italy.
Citizens of the following countries do not require visas to enter the Italy:
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Note: If your country is not listed above, please check with your nearest Italian Embasy and consult for any updates.
As we know that Milan is famous for fashion, commerce, design, education, entertainment, tourism, museums. Here are some historical monuments and places where the events and exhibitions may occur in Milan.
The Sforza Castle is a spectacular fortified palace built by the Viscontis and the Sforzas, Signori of Milan, who held sway over Northern Italy between the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The Castle's exhibits include the Rondanini Pietà, last and perhaps most moving masterpiece by Michelangelo. Elsewhere in the Castle are other collections of old instruments, tapestries, furniture and costumes from bygone centuries, every piece outstanding.
A trendy district of old Milan, with narrow alleys and smart nightlife venues. Until a few decades ago, the Brera Fine Arts Academy was a Little Bohemia, attracting avant-garde painters and writers. Pinacoteca Nazionale di Brera in the same palazzo as the academy a beautiful building which till the late 18th century belonged to the Jesuits you can visit the Pinacoteca Nazionale di Brera, or Brera National Art Gallery, one of the world's major art collections with works by Raphael, Mantegna, Piero della Francesca, to mention but a few.
The core of Milan is unmistakably the Cathedral Square, or Piazza Duomo, with the spectacular cathedral, or Duomo. This has been so since the Dark Ages, when an Early Christian church already stood here. Only the scale of things has much changed since.Thousands and thousands of people still cross the square every day, strolling between the 19th century Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II - dedicated to the first king of Italy, as is the monument portraying him on horseback - and, opposite, the 18th-century Palazzo Reale, with the modern twin buildings of the Arengario protruding into the Piazza. One of the Arengario buildings has hosted since 2010 the Museo del Novecento, a museum of modern art.
It's a perfect place to take the kids or go for a short walk amid some greenery. It also encompasses the Hoepli Planetarium and the Museo di Storia Naturale. On the other side of Via Palestro you find more gardens (open only to children accompanied by adults). They belong to the Villa Reale, which houses the Galleria d'Arte Moderna (Gallery of Modern Art), and nearby PAC (Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea). After crossing Corso Venezia in front of the natural history museum you come to Piazza Duse, where an early 20th-century residential district (strictly for the well-heeled) begins.
MUSEO POLDI PEZZOLI
The Museo Poldi Pezzoli is an art museum in Milan, Italy. The museum was originated in the 19th century. It is located near the Teatro alla Scala, on Via Manzoni. The museum is notable for its broad collection of Northern Italian and Netherlandish/ Flemish artists. The exhibition includes weaponry, glassworks, ceramics, jewelry, and furnishings.
BAGATTI VALSECCHI MUSEUM
The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum’s permanent collections principally contain Italian Renaissance decorative arts such as maiolica, furniture, tapestry, metalwork, leather, glassware and precious table-top coffers made of ivory, or stucco and pastiglia. Some sculptures including a Madonna and Child lunette by a follower of Donatello, and many paintings. European Renaissance weapons, armor, clocks and a few textiles and scientific and musical instruments complete the collection assembled by the Barons Bagatti Valsecchi.
Directions will be provided from airport to the venue place in all means. The local public transport details will be listed along with local taxi fair. These details will be very helpful to our conference attendees to reach the venue destination..