- The hidden courtyard
- The beautifully decorated rooms
- Mirrors and relics
Get inspired, they’re on Instagram: @cittadimilano
The Milanese City Hall becomes a museum: finally Palazzo Marino opens to tourists and to all those who wish to visit it and want to discover what lies behind the door of Piazza della Scala.
Some rooms will be visitable through the “smart visits” formula: free, no reservation and 45 minutes allowed to discover all the art treasures preserved in this sixteenth-century building overlooking Piazza Scala, home of the city council.
Tours are held five times a day, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday (at (9.30, 10.30, 11.30 am and 2 and 3 pm) and can also benefit from a 10 languages audio-guide and/or a companion.
On Mondays and Thursdays 2 hours guided tours are thought to meet the needs either of children, students, adults or older people.
Wikipedia: Palazzo Marino
Official website: Palazzo Marino