While staying in the area, why not spend a little time exploring colorful neighborhoods like Bollate, Pero and Settimo Milanese.
To really understand Milan, head to one of its many cultural destinations. Spend part of the day browsing the exhibits at the Triennale di Milano, the Studio Museum Achille Castiglioni and the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology. Arts lovers will find plenty to cheer about at venues such as the Piccolo Teatro di Milano and the Teatro Ventaglio Nazionale.
To surround yourself with nature, head to the nearby parks and reserves. These are good spots to breathe deeply and relax. Visitors of all ages will enjoy a visit to Sempione Park. There is a relaxed atmosphere here and beautifully designed gardens.
While you are here, stop at the nearby local attractions such as the Arco della Pace, Piazzale Cadorna and the Temple of Victory. These spots are a magnet for locals and tourists alike. Milan is filled with reminders of the past; start your historic tour at Porta Nuova and Torre Branca. Travellers who enjoy visiting sacred places will enjoy the serene atmosphere at the Chiesa di San Maurizio.
If you are looking to give your credit card a workout, browse Piazza Portello.
Fans of rugby union or soccer will feel right at home at iconic Arena Civica, the home of local favorites the Amatori Rugby Milano and the Brera Calcio F.C.. After enjoying the game, retire with local sports obsessives to a nearby pub to relive the match’s greatest moments.
When you’re ready to wind down after checking out the many charms of Gallaratese, check in to one of the area’s numerous accommodation options. Take your pick from the Idea Hotel Milano San Siro, the Hotel Ariosto, or the Radisson Blu Hotel Milan.