Villa Necchi Campiglio is a decò villa of the Thirties, custodian of important artworks and it is surrounded by a peaceful garden in the heart of the city. It’s 10 minute walking from from Porta Venezia and san Babila square.
It was donated to the F.A.I. thus respecting the wishes of Gigina and Nedda Necchi Campiglio and today it is open to everyone and it represents a magical place in the center of Milan where you can still breathe the atmosphere of Milan between the two wars.
For more information or to plan your visit to discover Villa Necchi, visit the FAI website.
Palazzina Appiani is the stage that Napoleon wanted for himself in the Arena next Sempione Park. The grandstand of honor was designed by Luigi Canonica to house the family of Emperor French Napoleon on public events at the Civic Arena and it is a small neoclassical jewel surrounded by the greenery of the Parco Sempione.
Both historic houses can be reached from Residence PDN Milano taking Metro, Line 1 ( red line) or for people that love sports, on foot or by bike with Bike Sharing service crossing the streets of the center of Milan.
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