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Date(s) - 31 Oct, 2020 - 1 Nov, 2020

Different locations in Milano


What to do on Halloween 2020 in Milan? The city abounds in spooky destinations, spanning from cemeteries to old churches and curios spots. Check our list to celebrate Halloween 2020 at its best!

A map of these venues follows

Before you start reading, please note that Halloween is not a ‘native’ celebration for Italians, as it has been ‘taken for rent’ from Anglo-Saxon countries; though it has now become one of the most well-loved celebrations of the year.

Nightlife on Halloween's day

Italians do not have holiday on 31 October, however on the 1st of November they have a free day, since it is all Saints’ Day, a religious feast (Roman Catholic Church) and a tradition in Italy. This means that on the night of 31 young Italians go out for dancing and having parties in the best locations of the cities and Milan makes no exception.

'Scary' Locations to Visit in Milan

If you want to celebrate Halloween by visiting some special locations or if you simply would like to avoid mainstream attractions and their queues (remember that 1 November is holiday for Italians), you could opt for a visit to the following locations.

Crypt of Santo Sepolcro

Following 50 years of restorations, this extraordinary archaeological monument, located in the heart of Milan, just footsteps from the Biblioteca Ambrosiana, has re-opened its doors to the public. This church was also mentioned in Leonardo da Vinci’s Codex Atlanticus as ‘the real median of Milan’.

Address: Piazza San Sepolcro

Public Transport: M1 (red line) – M3 (yellow line)  Duomo


Monumental Cemetery of Milan

Many renowned Italian and international personalities repose in Milan’s most famous cemetery, the Monumental Cemetery (Cimitero Monumentale in Italian), such a sumptuous and majestic sight to be considered one of the most architecturally valuable monuments in Italy. Set just a short distance from the heart of the city, this graveyard complex is a true sight of interest both for locals and tourists thanks to the beauty of its buildings and to the harmony between its parts, which turn it into a true open-air museum.

Cimitero Monumentale di Milano

Address: Piazzale Cimitero Monumentale

Public Transport: M5 (purple line) Monumentale

www.comune.milano.it (in Italian only)

San Bernardino alle Ossa

San Bernadino delle Ossa is of Medieval origin with an eccentric Baroque restyle twist. Decorated with shinbones and human skulls, it is the ideal location for a spooky Halloween selfie to share with friends.

Address: Via Verziere, 2

Public Transport: M1 (red line) – M3 (yellow line) Duomo

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