Area Attractions

From internationally celebrated fashion houses to renowned art museums, there is absolutely no shortage of things to do in the cosmopolitan city of Milan. Visit historic cathedrals dating back to the Roman Empire, cheer on the local sports team at San Siro Stadium, or savor a cappuccino in Piazza del Duomo—the crown jewel of Milan, where the city’s activities converge. Whether you’d like to indulge in haute-couture shopping or decadent dining during your Milan vacation, a wealth of premier attractions are right outside your doorstep while staying at Park Hyatt Milan.





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Park Hyatt Milan

Via Tommaso Grossi 1
Milan, Italy, 20121



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Cultural Destinations

Piazza del Duomo

The main square of Milan, Piazza del Duomo is just outside the doors of Park Hyatt Milan. Enjoy prime people-watching while you sip a cappuccino or cocktail.

Castello Sforzesco

Once a fortress whose defense system was designed by Leonardo da Vinci, this imposing castle later became the home of the Sforza family, who presided over Milan during the Italian Renaissance. Today, this structure is home to seven museums, including the Museo d’Arte Antica, featuring classic da Vinci frescoes.

Duomo di Milano

This stunning Gothic-style cathedral—the fifth-largest church in the world—took nearly six centuries to complete. Be sure to head up to the roof, which is open to tourists for an additional fee and offers a stunning view of the Milan cityscape.

Art + Design

Santa Maria delle Grazie

From the outside, Santa Maria delle Grazie looks like a modest church and convent, but it’s also home to one of the most famous murals in the world: Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.”

Triennale di Milano

Located in a city that celebrates ancient art, this contemporary art museum celebrates the present, with exhibits focused on modern photography, contemporary Italian design, urban planning, and more.

Villa Necchi Campiglio

Tour this impressive Italian villa, constructed between 1932 and 1935, and travel back in time as you marvel at authentic settings. An original tennis court, lavish pool, period furnishings, and two priceless art collections make this a must-see.

Performing Arts

Teatro alla Scala

Teatro alla Scala, also known as La Scala, is Milan’s signature opera house, dating back to 1778. Today, up to 2,300 guests fill the space during operatic performances including Madame Butterfly and Don Carlo.

Teatro Dal Verme

Once a prominent opera house during the 19th and 20th centuries, this opulent theater now hosts concerts, plays, and dance performances.


Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

One of the world’s oldest shopping malls is housed in a four-story structure across the street from Park Hyatt Milan. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is home to Milanese luxury shops including Prada and Louis Vuitton, as well as respected international lines such as H&M and ZARA.

Via Monte Napoleone

Another upscale shopping destination in Milan, this street is flanked by designer shops such as Alexander McQueen, Burberry, CHANEL, and Dior.

Corso di Porta Ticinese

Home to offbeat fashion shops, record stores, and quirky boutiques, Corso di Porta Ticinese is also the street to shop for denim in Milan, as it boasts several outposts for denim giants like Diesel and Levi’s.

Via della Spiga

One of Italy’s top shopping streets, this designer hotspot is home to big names including Bulgari, Hermès, Giorgio Armani, and Roberto Cavalli.



Stroll across the street from Park Hyatt Milan to Luini and indulge in the Milanese delicacy of the panzerotti—a dish that’s a cross between a donut and traditional Neapolitan pizza.

Pasticceria Marchesi

Located in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, this chocolatier makes delectable pastries, cakes, and croissants in addition to their signature bite-sized chocolates.

Sports and Fitness

Parco Sempione

This sprawling city park has a wealth of hidden gems within its confines, including the Arco della Pace, otherwise known as the Arch of Peace; a neoclassical sports stadium; and an aquarium.

Parco delle Cave

Milan’s third-largest park is home to four reservoirs, shaded forests, urban gardens, and a plethora of wild birds. Go for a stroll and escape the midday Milan sun.