Milan is one of the favourite destinations in Italy for the Meeting Industry thanks to the main international Airport Malpensa which ensures several national, European and intercontinental flights every day; a large range of accommodations to choose from; countless modern, tech-advanced venues for exhibitions, fairs, meetings, seminars and congresses.
“The Capital of Fashion”: this is Milan’s second name and many Italian stylists including Armani, Dolce&Gabbana, Gucci, Prada and Versace have their own headquarters in the city. It all happens in the “Quadrilatero della Moda”, Milan’s premier shopping: here shopping is a form of art and religion! Your Personal Shopper will guide you to the best fashion destinations, starting from the most exclusive shops to the outlets, from the best-kept secrets to the typical corners. His/her experience related to many years in the world of fashion joined with good taste, enterprise and innovative ideas will help you in every kind of purchase.
The city displays also a relevant artistic, historic and cultural heritage: Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper, Brera Gallery, Castello Sforzesco, Basilica of St. Ambrose, Triennale Design Museum, La Scala Italy’s opera and theatre temple. VET DMC can give a unique touch to your sightseeing suggesting you a walk on the roof of the Duomo, amidst the white marble pinnacles on a sunny day for a breath-taking panoramic view or a tour on board a historic tram from the twenties or thirties where you can have your “mobile party”.
Sport events are also an attraction: see a football match of two of the country’s dominant teams AC Milan or Inter at San Siro Stadium; share the contagious enthusiasm of thousands of motor-lovers at Formula 1 Grand Prix every September in Monza; take the best picture of the conclusion of the Giro d’Italia (road bicycle race) in May at Duomo Square Italy’s golden thread Food & Wine passes also through Milan: taste the original recipe of Risotto alla Milanese in a typical Trattoria in the Navigli district or enjoy the creativity of the best Italian Chefs in a Michelin-starred or haute cuisine’s restaurant; drink a Campari in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele during your Happy Hour and feel the joy of being Italian!
Milan. Italy’s powerful economic engine and home of the country’s major finance and trade companies, corporate entities, trading houses and manufactures, future and technology centre, as well as advertising, publishing and media industries. Italy lives in the present tense here and the Milanesi are proud of their city’s creativity, hard work ethic and trendy lifestyle.