A visit to Expo 2015 Milan
Are you thinking about going on holiday in northern Italy between May and October? Do it! There is an event you cannot miss. It is a huge, unique event. Participate in more than 140 countries all around the world. There will be food, design, architecture, sounds, flavors, colors. What is it? 3 words: EXPO Milan 2015.
The World Fair 2015 theme is “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”. The exhibition site covers an area of over 150,000 square meters, so it will be difficult to see everything. Two key tips: Wear comfortable shoes and arm yourself with a map at the entrance.
Plan your visit to EXPO is almost impossible, there are just too many things to see. For this reason we suggest you not to worry too much. If you don't have specific interests in certain topics, just follow your inspiration in the choice of what to see, and have fun.
You can trace a path on the map that hits all the stands you are curious to visit. You are going to walk all day long so save your energy, avoiding coming back where you went down. Stop often to rest your feet and to take refreshments. There are many kiosks and stalls where you can sample dishes from all around the world or just take some street food.
Choose which stands visit, is very relative. There are no stands not to be missed or to avoid. For example, if you visit the EXPO with children, take a trip to the Brazilian, Estonian and the Netherlands' stands. You will find huge networks on which you can climb, strange swings and other fun installations. Do you like tasting wine? The Italian pavilion is for you. Have you ever wondered how bees' life is? Visit England stand and enter a giant beehive.
Every day there are all kinds of events, in the lineup for all tastes and interests. The EXPO 2015 is an excellent opportunity to learn, taste something new, and have fun. Can't you go there in the morning? No problem. You can spend there a very special night. The ticket is cheaper in the evenings and you will see spectacular light shows.
Here You can found pictures about aour visit to Expo 2015.