Milano or Milan is the capital of the northern Italian region of Lombardy and the second largest city in the country after Rome. Our webcam Milano always informs you about the current weather conditions for your stay in the popular fashion metropolis. Milano has about 1.4 million inhabitants and is the leading banking and stock exchange center of Italy. The city’s landmark is the filigree-monumental Milan Cathedral, which rises in the heart of the metropolis.
In addition to its function as a fashion and business metropolis, Milan is also home to a wealth of art treasures and boasts numerous sights. In addition to Milan Cathedral, Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the Brera district and the Quadrilatero d’Oro with its many fashion stores are particularly popular with tourists from all over the world. in 2015, the Expo was held in Milano under the motto “Feeding the Planet – Energy for life”.
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Weather radar Milano – Weather in Milano
Our weather radar as well as webcam Milano provide you with live images and weather maps of Milano around the clock on your screen or on your mobile device. From the maps you can easily see where and in what intensity precipitation is expected, whether it is storming, thunderstorming or snowing. Thanks to simple symbols and colors, the maps are easy to understand for everyone. The darker the colors, the higher the expected precipitation. The weather radar also reliably gives you the weather forecast for the next few days.
The climate in Milano
Thanks to the protective position of the Alps, Milano is mostly spared from the weather inclemencies of Central Europe. The summer months are mostly hot and dry. Overall, precipitation is considerable at 1162 mm per year. The month with the highest precipitation is November. The temperature varies on average between 2.3 °C and 23.8 °C in July. July also has the most sunshine, with 12.42 hours of sunshine per day. Humidity, like precipitation, is highest in November with 81.41%. Spring and autumn have proven to be the best time to travel to Milano. Then the temperatures are pleasantly warm for a city trip to Milano.
Attractions in Milano
Almost all roads sooner or later lead to the Milan Cathedral, one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the world and the spacious Cathedral Square. You can stroll on the roof terrace of the Duomo and enjoy a great view of the city at your feet along the way. Through the Galleria Vittorio Emmanuele II you can get from the cathedral to Milan’s Scala, the world-famous opera house. From here, it’s not far to the fashion district around Via Montenapoleone and the neighboring streets. Shopping fans will also quickly find what they are looking for in the La Rinascente department store. The mighty Castello Sforzesco and the Milan Academy of Art are also worth a visit. The pretty Gardini Pubblici and the Parco Sempione just behind the Castello Sforzesco are ideal for relaxing. In the evening, the romantic Navigli district with its two long canals is a great place for an extensive restaurant visit or an entertaining pub crawl.