Torre Branca is a 108m-tall steel tower raised in 1933, from the top of which you have a wonderful, bird’s-eye view of the city.
Situated behind the Castello Sforzesco, Parco Sempione was a resounding success, and even today Milanese of all ages come to enjoy its...
Triennale di Milano
Italy’s first Triennale took place in 1923 in Monza. It aimed to promote interest in Italian design and applied arts, from ‘the spoon to...
Living has one of the city's prettiest settings, with a corner position and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Arco della Pace....
This rustic wine bar has extended kitchen hours and serves up hearty Milanese dishes to a happy band of locals and expats. Known for...
Lonely Planet review
Bhangra Bar is famous for its cushions and couscous and curry aperitivo , served with a side of African percussion on Friday. Indeed, music and other cultural happenings constitute a fairly steady diet – expect anything from jazz nights to chilled trip-hop with the option of a shiatsu massage between cocktails.