Discover and enjoy Milan!

Milan is Italy's most European city,
the easiest to reach and the best connected with the rest of the world.

A city rich in history and culture, smart and innovative, where you can find historical monuments, some of the most important theaters and museums in Europe, together with modern buildings designed by internationally renowned architects.

World capital of fashion and design, high quality shopping and haute cuisine, we are certain that Milan will surprise you with its vibrant hospitality.

 

 

Here below please find some suggestions to discover and enjoy Milan!

 

 

What to see

What to do

City sightseeing hop on - hop off

The red open top double-decker buses have already become part of the city of Milan and they are becoming more and more appreciated by tourists from all over the world.

Explore the city from a different point of view and visit its most popular attractions and places of interest including the Duomo, Castello Sforzesco, Brera artists’ quarter, La Scala, Navigli district, San Siro Stadium and much more.

 

Tickets can be used for 48 hours.
Tour details: 90 minutes rides

For more info and booking visit www.milano.city-sightseeing.it

Explore the city from a different point of view
Milan is undoubtedly Italy’s fashion capital and one of its internationally-known symbolic locations.

Shopping in Milan

Milan is undoubtedly Italy’s fashion capital and one of its internationally-known symbolic locations.

It is in the so-called central "Quadrilateral" area that the major national and global luxury brands have established their businesses over the years.

One of the access points, via Montenapoleone is the most important and luxurious street in Milan and, with the parallel streets - Via della Spiga and via Sant’Andrea, via Gesù, via Santo Spirito - and via Borgospesso running perpendicularly it forms the heart of the district, historically known as the Quattro Borghi. Visitors strolling around the Quadrilateral can delve in a very special atmosphere of elegant showrooms and alluring window displays. Nestled in amongst the boutiques, however, there are also prestigious palazzi that play host to important cultural entities.

Armani Silos

Is this a large area of 4500 square meters divided over 4 floors, you can enjoy a selection of clothes from 1980 until today.

The selection, which does not follow a chronological order, tells the story and shows the styles divided by themes, themes that have inspired and continue to inspire the creative work of Giorgio Armani.

via Bergognone, 40 Milan
For more info and booking visit www.armanisilos.com

Is this a large area of 4500 square meters divided over 4 floors, you can enjoy a selection of clothes from 1980 until today.
 
 

Milano night life

Milano by Night kicks off at sunset with the Happy Hour, a time of day when all the city bars compete to offer the best cocktails skillfully prepared by their expert barmen.

The ritual of "Happy hour"

Milano by Night kicks off at sunset with the Happy Hour, a time of day when all the city bars compete to offer the best cocktails skillfully prepared by their expert barmen.
It’s both a trendy ritual and a chance to enjoy a drink.

Getting together in the evening for a drink is a Milanese custom. The Happy Hour is a great way to meetup with friends, partners or colleagues.

Aperitifs can be sipped standing at the bar or whilst lounging on couches at the most ‘in’ locations. Enjoying a leisurely drink in one of the Milan by Night venues is like being in a lounge where you can chill out with friends and listen to smooth background music.

Discover here the city’s best rooftop outdoor dining spots, for an aperitivo with a view over the city’s skyline.

The districts of "Milan by night"

In Milan, as in any city, there are certain areas where the nightlife is livelier than in others, mainly due to the number of venues or to the natural vocation and tradition.

Amongst these is trendy and fashionable Corso Como shopping street which is also an ‘in’ location for dancing and nightlife.

Or historical Brera where the picturesque street corners are frequented by fortune tellers, legendary pubs, fine dining restaurants and lounge bars that all add up to create a unique atmosphere every night.

In Milan, as in any city, there are certain areas where the nightlife is livelier than in others, mainly due to the number of venues or to the natural vocation and tradition.
A continuous discovery of new venues that adds even more flavour to the Milanese nights!

The Corso Sempione area, with its cult locations, is the privileged meeting place of the young Milanese professionals.

The Isola district also reserves a few surprises. It was once a traditional city neighbourhood characterized by the presence of old factories and workshops but has now become one of the ‘in’ areas on the Milan nightlife scenario. Here you can usually listen to a selection of sublime jazz.

Down on the Navigli you can stop off for a drink on one of the floating barges to eat, drink and savour the typically bohemian atmosphere of the area.

But, in addition to the best-known and tried-and-tested nightlife districts, the city always has something new to reveal; a continuous discovery of new venues that adds even more flavour to the Milanese nights!