When your bus arrives in Milan you should definitely visit the Milan Cathedral, which is known as the landmark of the city and its rooftop will provide you with an outstanding panoramic view of Milan’s picturesque skyline. Located directly next to the cathedral is the “Piazza del Duomo,” the main city square which encompasses many of Milan’s most attractive buildings, such as the Arengario Palace now used as an art gallery. North of the square you will find one of Europe's most magnificent shopping malls, “Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II,” where you can experience some of the highest end fashion in the world showcased through some of the most spectacular designers. However, it is not only the fashion that is impressive in Milan, in 1778 the “La Scala” was opened. This is one of the most important opera houses in the world and is located just a short distance from the Brera district which houses some of the finest galleries and art collections in Italy. In this area of the city you can enjoy a cappuccino from one of the many cafes and bistros, or simply browse through some of the boutiques and art galleries. A main highlight for our bus travelers is a visit to the “Santa Maria delle Grayie,” this church is not only a preserved UNESCO World Heritage Site, but is also where Leondaro da Vinci’s famous painting “The Last Supper” can be found.