Milan, the capital city of Lombardy, is one of the most populated cities in Italy that is located to the North of Italy. It is one of the leading cities in essential fields like art, education, entertainment, finance, media, and tourism. It is home to some of the best fashion designs in the world. Because it is one of the biggest financial hubs, Milan is home to some of the best posh restaurants and malls. Some of the best artwork of all time is available in Milan at the Santa Maria Delle Grazie convent and the Gothic Di Milano Cathedral including works of the famous Leonardo da Vinci like "The Last Supper". Teatro Alla Scala is another opera house dating back into the eighteenth century, featuring the cultural artwork of Milan. For the lovers of Italian artwork by Titian, Caravaggio, and other artists, Italian paintings are found at the Pinacoteca di Brera Gallery. Nearby, the Piazza del Duomo straddles the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, built in the nineteenth century featuring glass roofs, and now home to the best high-end luxurious shopping malls and excellent cafes. Here, Milanese delicacies like the "osso buco veal stew" and the "risotto" are served to locals and visitors seeking to taste the Milanese beautiful dishes.
Milan is a lovely city to visit, and most tourists check-in from March to June as well as from October to December. On two occasions every year, on varying dates during spring and autumn, Milan holds the renowned Milan Fashion Weeks, where Quadrilatero d'Oro District beams with models partaking of the catwalks to showcase various design works. August sees Milan close most of its hotel and shop businesses as the locals leave for holidays. Between October and November, Milan holds the famous Milano Musical Festival to celebrate, appreciate, and reward contemporary musicians as well as twentieth-century music.