Privileged views of the city from one of the twentieth century's architectural symbols.
Milan's Eiffel Tower
You can come here to view the city from a privileged point. The tower is one of Milan's modern emblems, as it dates back to 1933 and is considered one of the twentieth century's major architectural works. Popularly known as Milan's Eiffel Tower, it was also built for an international art exhibition. Although it is of a much smaller height, you can climb to the top of its one hundred and eight metres to reach its viewpoint. For those who don't suffer from vertigo, the view will not disappoint, as from up above you 'll enjoy a panoramic view of the whole city. The visit is inexpensive, but you can only spend five to ten minutes there. It's worth knowing that the tower closes during periods of bad weather. However, incorporate it with a stroll through the Sempione park which is en route.