The historical palaces of Corso Venezia

  1. Villa Necchi Campiglio

    Necchi Campiglio
  2. Casa Fontana Pirovano

    Architecture
  3. Palazzo Serbelloni

    Architecture
  4. Palazzo Sola Busca

    Architecture
  5. Palazzo Civita

    Architecture
  6. Palazzo società Buonarroti-Carpaccio-Giotto

    Architecture
  7. Palazzo Luraschi

    Architecture
  8. Casa museo Boschi Di Stefano

    Boschi di Stefano

The historical palaces of Corso Venezia

Urban architecture from the XVth to the XXth century

This itinerary starts with the visit of Villa Necchi Campiglio. From here, you walk along Via della Spiga until you reach Corso Venezia, close to Casa Fontana, a rare extant example of a 15th-century Milanese palazzo, attributed to Bramante. On the corner with Via Senato, you come to the impressive bulk of Palazzo Serbelloni. Behind it, on Via Mozart, you reach Villa Necchi Campiglio, which is immersed within a rich context of other early 20th-century residences, such as Palazzo Sola Busca. You can return to Corso Venezia by passing through Piazza Duse (Palazzo Civita) and under the arch of Palazzo società Buonarroti-Carpaccio-Giotto. To reach Casa Boschi Di Stefano, you can join Corso Buenos Aires, making sure that you cast a glance at Palazzo Luraschi, which is located at the start of the boulevard.

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