Milan Piazza Gae Aulenti video guide with rich infographics!


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Piazza Gae Aulenti is an area inaugurated on 8 December 2012.


It’s a modern square, named after the late Gaetana “Gae” Aulenti famous architect.


You can access the square from many areas. For the metro, use the nearby Garibaldi FS.


The main square is circular, with a diameter of 100 meters. It’s accessible to the public 24 hours a day.


The most recognizable building is the UniCredit Tower, which at 231 meters is the tallest in Italy.


There are many stores including cafes and restaurants around the central square, including a supermarket.


To the North, you can walk the park leading to Bosco Verticale.  


To the East, walk to Piazza Lina Bo Bardi. 

To the South, walk to Corso Como, until you reach Porta Garibaldi.


Watch our panoramic video of the ever-transforming area.

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