"Central Station portraits the futuristic aspect of Milan. represents a bridge towards the future. Impressive skyscrapers and new age buildings stretch the skyline. Here the majestic Unicredit Tower plays the main role. Surrounding it are large towers that define Piazza Gae Aulenti, where the fountain and the Monumento Trombe will leave you breathless. One of the most famous attractions in the area is the Bosco Verticale, two towers in a modern architectural style, that differentiate from the landscape with the trees planted on the balconies of the buildings. Whether you have time to kill while waiting for your train or you simply like architecture, Milan’s main train station, Stazione Centrale, is worth a walk through for its epic 20th-century architecture. Near the station are located Milan’s Public Gardens and the Modern Art Gallery."
This is a area with lots of tourists due to its centrality and presence of the Stazione Centrale train Station.
Bosco Verticale is a pair of residential towers that host a vertical garden with more than 900 plants.
With the futuristic vibe.
Life in here follows the busy rhythm of th ecity after all, Milan is an economic centre.
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