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One night in Milan?

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I have an opportunity to spend one night in Milan after a stay near Lake Garda (long story) - essentially a Sunday afternoon and evening before flying out of Milan at around 11 AM on Monday. I believe it would be crazy to try to get even a small flavor of Milan (strolling, seeing maybe one attraction) in that amount of time, and I should just save this city for another visit. Am I wrong? My husband and I like absorbing ambiance, eating, and people-watching, but would that be worth it or even possible in less than 24 hours?

All opinions welcome. Thanks!

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