- The honor stairways
- The building itself
Do you want to feel the atmosphere of the Austrian Milan and find yourself in a royal dwelling?
Enter the Royal Palace, a wonderful palace standing out in the same area where the nobles of the city have been living since 1300 and also where, between 1772 and 1778, architect Giuseppe Piermarini designed the new residence for the archduke Ferdinando d’Austria.
This neoclassical building is the perfect destination for architectural snapshots, especially for the impressive Honor Stairway.
Don’t miss Cariatidi’s Hall – damaged during World War II, but now restored – which shows the long-time majesty of the Royal Palace.
Wikipedia: Royal Palace