Spend a few relaxing days in Italy’s design metropolis, a true fashion lover’s paradise. Located in the north of the country, this city wows visitors with great shopping and gastronomy as well as picturesque alleys and monuments. Read on to find out what to see, where to shop, eat and enjoy a drink in Milan!


Duomo di Milano

Milan’s Duomo is the city’s most impressive and also most emblematic building. For more than 600 years its well-known façade has been gracing the Piazza de Duomo. Make sure to visit the beautiful cathedral early in the morning as it gets very crowded.


The historic Navigli neighbourhood is famous for its long canals that have been used as traffic routes for many years. You will find many bars and restaurants as well as small boutiques around this quarter to enjoy a shopping spree, relaxed dinner or sunset drink with friends.

Gallerie d’Italia Piazza Scala

When in Milan you can’t miss Italian art. The Gallerie d’Italia is a modern and contemporary museum located at the Piazza della Scala. Relax while enjoying one of the 195 artworks after a stroll through the city.

Shopping in Milan

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele

It can get quite difficult to decide where to shop in the city of fashion so why not stop by the beautiful Galleria Vittorio Emanuele? It’s one of the world’s oldest shopping malls where you can find all prestigious designers.


For vintage shopping and market finds head to the charming historic Brera quarter, the artistic heart of the city. It regularly hosts vintage and flea markets.

To Eat

Carlo e Camilla

Carlo e Camilla offers great food and cocktails in a unique location. Taste unexpected flavors at the former industrial building that turned into a stylish restaurant with top service.

To Drink

Ceresio 7

The view and the hip crowd as well as the place itself are top-notch. Have a drink by the pool in a relaxed but luxurious atmosphere at Ceresio 7.

To Sleep

Hotel Bulgari

You will feel fashionable just staying at this luxurious oasis in the heart of Milan. The Bulgari Hotel is only a few steps away from the best shopping streets and the Duomo.

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