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I’ve been there a couple of times. Once as a student in 1980 and once on a tour with my mother in the 1990’s. I bought a darling little antique china head doll there. One of my favorite spots! We were in The Cotswolds w our daughters many years ago. Stayed in The Old New Inn. I believe it was in Bourton on the Water. Such a beautiful area. Would love to return some day. Ciao! Zoe here. For some armchair traveling in Milan, join Rick as he explores Italy’s fashionable, economic powerhouse. In this Classroom Europe playlist, he visits Milan’s magnificent Duomo, Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper,” La Scala Opera House, and the Risorgimento Museum, which tells the story of Italy’s unification movement. Rick Steves Classroom Europe is a free collection of over 400 of the most teachable moments from Rick’s public television show, all easily organizable into thematic playlists — such as this one! It’s a wonderful teaching resource to use at home or in the classroom, and a great way to simply indulge in a bit of armchair travel. Check it out at thank you, we are unable to travel because our numbers are horrible but these videos give us hope that we may visit again. Beautiful, beautiful Italy!