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.

Park Hyatt Milan

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Milan, Italy, 20121



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Monday After-Work at Mio Lab

Monday After-Work at Mio Lab

We’re kicking off a new Monday appointment at Mio Lab! An aperitif made of good music, great cocktails and sophisticated finger food awaits you starting February 4 from 6:30 PM. Come to enjoy appetizing tapas of the day created by our Michelin-starred chef Andrea Aprea accompanied by a selection of six cocktails created to perfection by our bartenders. Background vibes of the evening – the DJ set of DJ Dado Funcky Poetz (Radio Monte Carlo).

Prices and Contacts

Monday After-Work at Mio Lab is priced at €20.00 and includes a cocktail and a selection of tapas of the day. For information and reservations: or +39 02 88211234

Art + Cultural Destination

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.

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.

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.


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, Louis Vuitton and Gucci.

Via Monte Napoleone

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

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.


Sports and Fitness

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.

Suite Sensory Package

Suite Sensory Package

The five senses, keys of our daily experiences, become protagonists of your stay thanks to the Suite Sensory Package at Park Hyatt Milano. Delight your eyes with the luxurious furnishing of a Suite in the heart of the city, savour the quality and the creativity of the dishes prepared by Chef Andrea Aprea, relax your body and your spirit in the warm and enchanting atmosphere of The Spa by Sisley and, finally, be seduced by the exotic and sophisticated perfumes signed by the exclusive perfumerie brand Fueguia 1833. Sight, taste, smell, touch and hearing come together to offer you a dream experience!

The Package includes:

A fragrance of your choice in the Fueguia 1833 perfumes boutiques (in Via Silvio Pellico, 2, next to Mio Lab); Colección Pura Esencia not included in the package. - Dinner for two persons with a tasting menu of your choice between the two available, wines excluded, at the 2-Michelin-starred restaurant, VUN Andrea Aprea. - A 50-minute couple’s massage at The Spa by Sisley. - Welcome amenities. - Bookable from 1 February 2019 and valid until 30 December 2019; Package is valid for two persons, for a minimum length of stay of two nights starting from the Executive Suite category.

Monthly Offer by The Spa by Sisley

In April, give new brightness to your face with Suprême Anti-Âge at The Spa by Sisley

The skin is the biggest organ of the body, and that of the face is the most delicate and sometimes damaged from atmospheric agents. For this reason, it is necessary to keep it healthy and treat it with care consistently. Sisley created for you the Suprême Anti-Âge facial treatment: an exceptional ritual made of a unique synergy between the best-performing techniques to make the skin firmer, thanks also to the use of Grand Soin Anti-Age Sisley Supremÿa La Nuit. The facial skin, brighter and healed, exudes new freshness and vitality, making it ready for the spring season! Just for the month of April, The Spa by Sisley proposes the Suprême Anti-Âge facial treatment at the price of € 200. For more information and for reservations: or +39 02 88211234.

Pink Spring - Spring is for Women at Mio Lab

Pink Spring

Who said that women should be celebrated just for one day or for one month? After the great success of our Women’s Month promotion, we decided to extend this initiative for the whole Spring season! Let’s get Pink Spring going: during the Spring months, all ladies will receive 50% off on all their consumptions at Mio Lab during aperitivo and after-dinner*! Spring is made for Women at Mio Lab! Spring is made for Women at Mio Lab!

Contacts & Conditions

For more information: +39 02 88211234 or *Discount valid for all Food & Beverage consumptions at Mio Lab from 6:00 pm to 1:00 am. Wine list is excluded.

Serravalle Design Outlet for Park Hyatt Milano

About Serravalle Design Outlet:

At Serravalle, the largest luxury Designer Outlet in Europe, you can indulge in designer essentials for up to 70% less. With over 300 international and Italian brands, it’s shopping heaven, offering an unforgettable experience with tempting restaurants and cafes and incredible services all year round.

Entrance to the Serravalle Design Outlet Guest Lounge:

✓ Personalized welcome in the lounge from Serravalle staff as a unique point of reference for the day. ✓ Free access to the lounge for the whole day. ✓ Free coffee bar, juices and non-alcoholic beverages, selection of wines and small Italian pastries. ✓ Tax refund service and currency exchange directly in the lounge, without queues.

Personalized VIP Welcome Pack delivered upon arrival:

✓ City center map in the guest’s language. ✓ Fashion Passport: Discount card to receive an additional 10% off on outlet’s prices in the participating stores (not combinable with sales and promotions).

Complimentary shopping services of the customer’s choice:

✓ Hands-free shopping: This is the possibility for guests to do their shopping in the center before leaving their purchases at the shop. The shopping bags will be delivered to the lounge at the end of the day. ✓ Shopping bag drop-off: The guest will be able to leave his / her shopping bags directly at the Service desk, located at the Information Office.

Optional Paid Services: One day with a personal shopper

Service offered at a special rate. Meeting with the personal shopper in the Serravalle Design Outlet Guest Lounge. •Image consulting •Shopping tour of the center Duration of four hours. At least seven days advanced booking. Available languages: Italian / English / Russian.

Leonardo da Vinci & Milano - 500 Years Celebration

Leonardo da Vinci Parade (Exhibition) - Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnica Leonardo da Vinci

19 July 2019 – 13 October 2019 - A fascinating exhibition in which newly displayed Leonardesque historical models parade next to frescoes by 16th century Lombard painters from the Pinacoteca di Brera. Unusual combinations of art and science to celebrate the 500 years from the death of Leonardo da Vinci.

Leonardo and his School in the Ambrosiana’s paintings collections – four exhibitions for the 5th centenary of his death (Exhibition)

18 December 2018 – 16 June2019 - Leonardo Da Vinci and the secrets of the Codex Atlanticus. 18 June – 15 September 2019 - Leonardo in France. Sheets from the French days of the Codex. 17 September 2019 – 12 January 2019 - Leonardo and his legacy: the artists and the techniques. Sketches from Biblioteca Ambrosiana Collection - Pinacoteca Ambrosiana - The four scheduled exhibitions explore different aspects of the art of Leonardo and his circle, such as the various drawing techniques introduced by the artist in Milan, his engineering, architectural and scientific studies and his artistic activity during the French period. The first two exhibitions will have the same theme, but will display different sheets for conservation reasons.

Leonardo Da Vinci: early ideas from the Last Supper

Ten preparatory drawings for Last Supper, performed by Leonardo and his pupils, are lent by the Royal Collection Trust and exhibited in the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie to present the artist’s creative process, from the early ideas to the ultimate masterpiece.

The Wonderful World of Nature - Exhibition Palazzo Reale

March-July 2019 - Leonardo modified our perception and representation of nature. And nature itself is the subject of the beautiful complex of twenty paintings making up the so-called Sala del Grechetto, to which the exhibition is dedicated. A unique instance in the tradition of Italian painting, both for dimension and for the amount of portrayed animal species.

The Last Supper after Leonardo Exhibition – Fondazione Stelline

April – June 2019 - Leonardo keeps on influencing contemporary art, as proven by Anish Kspoor, Wang Guangyi, Yue Minjun and Nicola Samorì. These are some of the artists who have been invited to interpret the most sacred and iconic painting of our western culture in a contemporary key.

Being Leonardo da Vinci. An Impossible Interview. Show – Piccolo Teatro Studio Melato

2-5 May 2019 - In the form of impossible interview conducted by Gianni Quillico and Jacopo Rampini, Massimiliano Finnazer Flory plays Leonardo and traces the main events of the artist’s life, art and poetics.

In the Shadow of the Moro. The Sala delle Asse Multimedia path – Castello Sforzesco, Museo D’arte Antica, Sala delle Asse

16 May 2019 – 12 January 2019 - Leonardo’s Sala delle Asse is once again open to visitors after the removal of scaffoldings that were used for the restoration works. A catwalk offers a close view of the so-called Monochrome and of the preparatory drawings that have surfaced on the walls. A multimedia installation guides visitors through the interpretation of the grandiose work conceived to celebrate Ludovico the Moro.

Virtual Museum of Leonardo’s Milan Multimedia path – Castello Sforzesco, Museo dell’arte antica, Sala delle Armi

16 May 2019 – 12 January 2020 - A virtual tour guides the visitor along places associated with Leoanrdo in Milan, underscoring, after five centuries, the social composition and the aspect of urban spaces, palaces, gardens and sacred buildings. A georeferenced visual map allows to identify what has survived of those places.

Leonardo and the Sala delle Asse converging nature, art and science - Exhibition – Castello Sforzesco, Museo d’Arte Antica, Sala dei Ducali

16 May – 18 August 2019 - A selection of nature drawings by Leonardo da Vinci and by other great maestros of the Renaissance reveal the close iconographic and stylistic relations with Sala delle Asse and, particularly, with the recent findings on the wall under the plaster layer.

Leonardo’s Horse Art installation, multimedia path – Ippodromo di San Siro SNAI

May – November 2019 - The famous “Leonardo Horse” by Nina Akamu is the pivotal work to which a group of designers pay tribute through reproductions in scale of the sculpture. After the exhibition at the San Siro Rececourse during Design Week, artworks by different artists will be placed in different locations within the city. Exclusive contents on the history both of Leonardo and his great Horse can be examined in depth through a customized app.

Leonardo as contemporary encyclopedic genius - Exhibition – Palazzo Reale

The Enciclopedia Italiana Treccani Institute celebrates Leoanrdo with an exhibition project that speaks of genius in the language of contemporaneity. The Studio Azzurro artists ensemble creates an immersive and interactive itinerary peopled by Leonardo’s machines turned into narrative devices thanks to state-of-the-art technologies.

Atlantico – Giardino Abusivo - Exhibition – GAM – Galleria d’Arte Moderna and Museo di Storia Naturale

May – December 2019 - The Museo del Novecento collection will be enriched in 2019 by two contemporary works of art dedicated to Leonardo. Ettore Favini and Eugenio Tibaldi are the winner of the 2018 contest for an original production inspired by the Master. The installation Atlantico by Favini has as topic the fog and will be on display at the Galleria d’Arte Moderna. Giardino Abusivo (Unauthorized Garden) by Tibaldi is a site-specific work where natural elements like plants bring a reflection on consumption in contemporary society. It will be set up at the at the Museo di Storia Naturale.

Lucio Fontana. Tribute to Leonardo Exhibition – Museo del Novecento

14 June – 15 September 2019 - The exhibition is focused on the iconography of the horse, on the prancing horse and on the horse and rider, so frequent in 20th century art. Starting from these topics, the aim is to create a parallel between a segment of artistic research of Lucio Fontana, especially from the Thirties, with the work of Leonardo da Vinci.

Gaffurio and the Maestros of Chapel in the Duomo di Milano at Leonardo’s time - Concert – Basilica di Santa maria delle Grazie

17 June 2019 – 8:30 PM - Music by Franchino Gaffurio, along with compositions by Loyset Compére, Gaspar van Weerbeke, Josquin Desprez, Alexander Agricola, create the sound atmospheres in which the rituals of Milano under the Sforzas were carried out and pleasantly experiences in Leoanardo’s time.

Leonardo’s Last Supper for Francis I: a masterpiece of silk and silver - Exhibition – Palazzo Reale

7 October - 17 November 2019 - One of the first copies of Leonardo’s “Last Supper“ is exhibited for the first time after its restoration. The work of art, which is property of the Musei Vaticani, was produced on tapestry between 1505 and 1510, commissioned by Luisa of Savoia and Francis Duke of Angoulême, who later become King Francis I of France.

Around Leonardo. The Madonna Litta and the master’s workshop

The Madonna Litta, one of the most famous paintings in the world and masterpiece of the Ermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, has a Milanese origin. It comes from one of the most important Milanese private collections of the 19th Century, hence its own name. The most famous painting is now displayed next to another work from the Litta Collection, the Madonna della Rosa by Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio, the best of Leonardo’s pupils in Milan. Through the comparison with other fine painting and drawings, it will be possible to reconstruct Leonardo’s Milanese workshop activity in the late 15th Century and the relationship between Leonardo and his pupils.