After a lovely few days in Cinque Terre, we spent one day in Milan before catching our flight back to Turkey. The visit was quite short, so we didn’t do too much, but we had a great time walking around the main squares and getting our last few bites of Italian food.
The architecture in Milan is stunning and it’s crowning jewel is the Duomo Cathedral. It was enormous and beautiful, as was the whole of Piazza Duomo!
I absolutely loved listening to this man play music on the bottles! He was brilliant!
We were both starving after the long stint on the train, but we were having trouble finding something that wasn’t ridiculously overpriced in the main square. We stumbled upon a little cart selling gelato popsicles and the rest is history. This almond was superb.
Our “Last Supper” involved two very large and very delicious pizzas. Speaking of which…
…we missed out on seeing the original Last Supper, which is housed in Milan. It was a bummer because I find Leonardo da Vinci very fascinating and would have loved to see some of his work while we were there. We did, however, manage to see this statue of him. I guess that just means we’ll have to go back to Milan to do it properly…
We loved you, Italy! Italy is one of those places I know in my heart that I’ll see again. I went into it with a mix of expectations based on differing opinions and was pleasantly surprised by how laid back, relaxing, and beautiful it was. Until next time!