Porta TicineseCurrently Open
- Address: Piazza Ventiquattro Maggio, Milano, Italy
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +39-0288455555
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:15 Mins
- Tags: Bar, Landmark, Walking Area, Historical Site, Cafe, Restaurant, Family And Kids
Porta Ticinese - Review
This south facing city gate was built in the 16th century as part of the city's Spanish walls. It's name means Gate to the Ticino River. The original gate known as Porta Ticinese is closer to the city center. The structure you see today was created in the early 19th century in neo-classical style (ionic columns and massive tympanum) by Luigi Cagnola. The area is surrounded by cute shops, bars, restaurants and cafes.
How To reach Porta Ticinese by Public Transport
- Trams 9, 10; Bus N6 stop Via Vigevano V.le Gorizia
- Tram 3; Bus BdQ71, N15 stop P.za Ventiquattro Maggio
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Things to Know Before Visiting Porta Ticinese
1.75% of people who visit Milan include Porta Ticinese in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
39.29% of people start their Porta Ticinese visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Porta Ticinese
90.24% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Porta Ticinese
Porta Ticinese Trips
Porta Ticinese, Milan Reviews
Tram takes you there although no idea how to pay for it: enjoy a free ride. Porta means door so no surprise there: loads of houses so loads of doors if thats what you came for. Nice vegan shops if you grow a beard and you like cycling. Good seafood restaurants although i figured the sea was far away after eating there.
Great area to walk through at nights. Grab a beer from the “street bars” €2 and just sit by the canal and people watch.
One of the most beautiful and young /trendy place in Milan.Full of shops of new designers and italian's tops ice cream shops
We had a really nice walk at the dawn. Lots of restaurants to eat. I had a great ice cream and my boyfriend found somw good beers.
Interesting place with its own atmosphere and spirit. Not so modern as the Duomo area. More historical and cozy.