Milan, famous for its forward thinking ways in all things industrial, commercial and financial, is a leading global city that boasts major status in the world of fashion and design. The business district in Milan is home to the Borsa Italiana (Italy’s main stock exchange), while the Milan Cathedral prides itself on being the fifth-largest cathedral in the world, accommodating over 8 million visitors each year and housing the beautiful and infamous painting, “The Last Supper” by the ever talented Leonardo da Vinci. Additionally, the metropolitan city hosts several transnational events and fairs in many diverse categories, ranging from Milan Fashion Week to Milan Furniture Fair and even reaching to the Universal Exposition, Expo 2015. This Expo displayed hundreds of cultural nuances in a 5.4-acre space occupied by pavilions, piazzas, auditoriums and amphitheaters showcasing the finest features of over 145 countries. This adds to the incredible versatility of Milan and truly put the city on a global map. Also internationally charted are Milan’s two major football teams: A.C. Milan and Inter Milan. A.C. Milan is actually the second most successful club soccer team worldwide in terms of number of international titles. Finally, Milan is always lively with an amazing nightlife. Every year, thousands of world-famous artists come to perform in Italy and choose Milan as their main destination. Milan has a multiplicity of options to participate in for all ages, crowds and individuals.