Global Episteme Conferences Milan,
Accommodation Packages (when selected with conference registration) are available with a special room rate at Hotel name. For more details, please contact the organizer.
The Hotel staff will only provide general information about the hotel and guest rooms; and are not responsible for any specific details about the conference. Guest room confirmation numbers will be provided to the registrants periodically on successful completion of the registration and accommodation bookings.
Note 1: Please mention the organizer "Global Episteme" along with the conference name, if you wish to contact hotel reception.
Note 2: Accommodation Package only includes the room rent charges and rest all incidentals would be charged extra. The complimentary packages are valid only on the event dates.
Note 3: Complimentary Wi-Fi and Breakfast
Milan, Italian Milano, city, capital of Milano province and of the region of Lombard, northern Italy. It is the leading financial center and the most prosperous manufacturing and commercial city of Italy. The destiny of Milan, like that of many of the world’s great cities, remains something of a historical paradox. There are powerful factors supporting the argument that Milan should have become the capital of a unified Italy, and this is the belief of many Milanese, in spite of the fact that the unity of Italy was actually born in Turin, rather than in Milan, in 1870. Milan, nevertheless, is the most industrious and vital city to have achieved prominence since the ancient land of Italy became aware of itself as a modern nation-state. The fact that Milan is at a distance from much of the rest of Italy, that it is peripheral in a geographic sense, does not explain its position of “second city,” a position it has always vainly fought. Indeed, some of the greatest European capitals are peripheral in this sense. Rather, Milan’s role was the consequence of the immense historical importance and the enormous accumulation of myths and symbols that conferred on Milan’s antagonist, Rome, an inevitable prestige. During the Risorgimento, the 19th-century movement for Italian unification, Rome became the heart of a future anticipated in the collective fantasies of the Italian people.
Reasons to visit Milan
Milan is attractive and charming with a vibe that balances old-world romance and history with urban grit and cosmopolitanism. Plus, it is surrounded by some of central Europe’s most beautiful countryside. From the architecture to the food, discover what gives Milan its unique character in our list of reasons to visit the city.
Milan’s illustrious history and modern status as the financial capital of Italy, means there is an abundance of beautiful buildings and some of the world’s finest architects have contributed to the city. Unlike many other cities in Italy, which seem to be dominated by one particular architectural period – like medieval Bologna or Siena – Milan has exemplary architecture from all periods. For example, the UNESCO World Heritage Site Chiesa Santa Maria Della Grazie, exemplifies Milanese Renaissance splendour and is renowned for its false apse, an early example of architectural optical illusion attributed to Renaissance heavyweight Donato Bramante. While the opulent Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is one of the most famous examples of European iron architecture and represents the archetype of the commercial retail space of the 19th century.