The Ambrosian Carnival, also known as Milan Carnival is a special festival in Milan that follows the Ambrosian Rite and it is celebrated a week after the Venice Carnival.
The Milan Carnival offers its audience plenty of amusement, parades, concerts, street performances, music, dance performances, and much more. The main parade is a crowd favorite with all sorts of performances in the display.
As part of the local tradition, a long parade crosses the city streets on Saturday afternoon up to piazza del Duomo, featuring the participation of some of the most well-loved masks from the local culture.
If you're planning to visit any of these cities during the time of the carnivals, make sure that you've booked your hotel in advance.
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