Turin Caselle Airport information
Turin's Sandro Pertini airport, located in Caselle Torinese, is the gateway to the city of Turin and the Piedmont region. The airport is located in a strategic area of Western Europe and boasts connections to nations and interinations, with over 22 scheduled airlines.
Activities in Milan, the city of business and fashion
Fashion, design, gastronomy and the entertainment industry: these are the main characteristics of the city of Milan. After the 2015 Expo, the capital of Lombardy has carved out an important space in the tourism scene, reaching to outclass beautiful cities such as Venice and Florence. We recommend only some famous places to visit at least once.
Milan Cathedral: The Cathedral Santa Maria Nascente is the heart of the city's spirituality, located in the square of the same name, it is the main hub of almost all tourist attractions. It has different architectural styles, due to the long processing over the centuries, evidenced by the presence of over 3000 statues between inside and outside. The 135 spiers, together with the Relic of the Sacred Nail, which according to legend would be one of the nails of the cross of Jesus, are the two elements of greatest interest of the Milan Cathedral. In size, the Basilica is second only to San Pietro in Rome.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is an elegant meeting and shopping point where the boutiques of the major high fashion brands are located alongside historic cafes and fast food chains. The city of fashion is also famous for the famous "Fashion Quadrilateral" (via Montenapoleone, via della Spiga, via Manzoni, via Sant'Andrea) where Ferragamo, Prada, Valentino, Gucci, Krizia, Dolce & Gabbana, Trussardi, Chanel, Moschino and Versace are just some of the most famous brands in the world.
The famous Pinacoteca di Brera is a former Jesuit college, used as a repository of works of art confiscated around northern Italy by Napoleon Bonaparte. The first work that immediately stands out is that of the famous conqueror, a bronze copy of the original made in marble by Antonio Canova. It also hosts great masterpieces of Italian Renaissance art: Giovanni Bellini's Pietà, Andrea Mantegna's Dead Christ, Raphael's Marriage of the Virgin and Caravaggio's Supper in Emmaus. It also houses significant works of Flemish art and many interpreters of Italian painting of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper. One of the most famous works of art by the great artist resides inside the refectory of the Dominican Monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie. The Last Supper was the subject of a major restoration work that lasted over twenty years and can only be seen by booking a visit.
Once you have finished visiting the most evocative places that we have suggested, you can take advantage of the return transfer from Milan to Turin Caselle airport. By also booking the return you will have a 5% discount on the final price. Take advantage of our private transfer services to reach your destination.