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Find Palazzo Parigi in Milan city centre, right in the heart of the most refined, cultured and trendy area of the city.

Palazzo Parigi is located in an area of great historic, artistic and cultural importance. Our Hotel is close to Teatro alla Scala and few steps away from the major fashion streets and, next to the Brera arts district with plentiful shops and trendy, picturesque meeting places, where you can also visit the renowned Pinacoteca, among the most precious picture galleries in the world, with artworks ranging from Leonardo da Vinci to modern art. The Sforzesco Castle is also within easy reach. And for those who love the glamour of the night, the closeby areas of Corso Como and Corso Garibaldi offer the coolest and most popular spots in Milan.

Reservations Department
Tel +39 02 62562222
Email reservations@palazzoparigi.com

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+39 02 62562071
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Concierge
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Grand Spa
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Palazzo Parigi

Corso di Porta Nuova, 1 -, 20121 Milano, Italy

Duomo (Cathedral)

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Quadrilatero della Moda

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Piazza del Duomo (Cathedral Square)

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

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Sforzesco Castle

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Pinacoteca di Brera

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Santa Maria delle Grazie and Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper

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Palazzo Reale (Royal Palace)

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Il Monumentale

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Duomo (Cathedral)

The true emblem of the city, founded in the 14th century and dedicated to Saint Mary Nascent, its majestic marble presence… towers over the piazza of the same name. In late Gothic style, this is the third major Catholic church in the world, after Saint Peter in Rome and the cathedral of Seville: it is 518 ft. long, 305 ft. wide and 354 ft. high (height of the main spire), with an internal area of over 126,000 sq. ft. Its decorations are absolutely amazing, with over 3,400 statues, mostly distributed among its 135 steeples.

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Quadrilatero della Moda

Via Montenapoleone, Via Borgospesso, Via Santo Spirito, Via Gesù, Via S. Andrea and Via della Spiga enclose the area known as… "quadrilatero della moda", literally, the "quadrilateral of fashion", a network of ancient patrician streets which are now one of the most incredible concentration of exclusive boutiques in the world, a true, stylish shopping heaven, with the presence of the most renowned Italian and

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Piazza del Duomo (Cathedral Square)

A truly imposing rectangular piazza surrounding the Duomo, which marks the centre of the city. Overlooking the square,... beside the cathedral itself, are Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Palazzo Reale and Palazzo dell’Arengario.

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Nicknamed “il salotto di Milano” (Milan’s drawing room), this arcade connects Piazza del Duomo to Piazza della Scala. Built by Mengoni (1865-1878), its peculiarities are two glass-vaulted arcades intersecting in the centre to form an octagon. The Galleria is acknowledged as the world’s oldest

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Sforzesco Castle

Together with the Duomo, this is among the most representative buildings of the city - an extensive, majestic stronghold dating to the Renaissance. On its grounds, you can visit the castle’s Museums: Milan’s collections of ancient arts, archaeology and

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Pinacoteca di Brera

At Via Brera, not far from Palazzo Parigi, you will find the Brera Art Gallery, among the most important Italian picture galleries, with hundreds of masterpieces including Raphael's The Marriage of the Virgin and Piero della Francesca's so called Brera Madonna.

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Santa Maria delle Grazie and Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper

Among the major Renaissance buildings of Milan, the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie boasts a dome by Bramante at his... best. Left to the church, a wall of the ancient dining hall of the Dominican friary features the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, the famous fresco painted by the artist between 1495-97, when he worked at the court the Sforzas, then dukes of Milan.

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Palazzo Reale (Royal Palace)

A neoclassical palace by architect Piermarini (1778), which since its building has hosted a series of sovereign,… including Maria Theresa of Austria, Napoleon Bonaparte, Ferdinand I and the Savoia kings of Italy. Renowned artists celebrated the glories of kings and emperors by embellishing the palace with beautiful works of art, from paintings to furniture. Today it hosts the Milan’s Museum of Contemporary Art, besides shows and touring exhibitions.

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Il Monumentale

This is the most important cemetery in the world with regards to the works of art it hosts (statues, chapels, funerary shrines),… a true gallery of late 19th and 20th century Lombardy sculpture and architecture.

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