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5 things to do in Milan

The Temperature Maintenance of Biopharmaceuticals in Distribution conference returns for its 14th edition in 2018. Moving from Barcelona to the city of glamour, Milan, we have prepared the key spots which you should visit.

1.      Inspect the beautiful city on the Duomo Roof

Not many people know this, but you can actually take the elevator up to the cathedral’s roof. Once you arrive, you can take a stroll around and soak in the incredible views of the city.

2.      The prancing bull

You may find it strange to see a prancing bull with its private parts missing in the middle of a mall. The reality is, this exists at the Grand Galliera Vitorio Emanuele II. Go for a twirl on the Bull’s ball and you might win the next Euro Million.

3.      The last supper

The iconic art piece is situated in the gothic brick church in the Corso Magenta. Although tickets are ridiculously hard to obtain and you are only allowed to inspect for 15 minutes, the incredible art piece is definitely worth a visit.

4.      The trams

Simply jump on a tram and explore what history has created and left behind in the beautiful city of Milan. Fancy something different? Book an evening ride with the ATM and explore the city whilst enjoying dinner on a vintage train.

 

5.      Basilica di San Lorenzo

Since its birth many years ago, the Catholic Church is one of the oldest in Milan. Situated in the south western part of central Milan, the religious building features a statue of Constantine the Great, the first Roman Emperor who converted to Christianity.

For more information on this year’s event, please visit http://www.arena-international.com/pharmatemp?clearcache=1

For venue or hotel enquiries, please email us at: events@arena-international.com

We look forward to seeing you in Milan!

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