Chiesa di Santa Maria Presso di San Satiro
Here’s an escape from the Zara/Benneton/H&M maelstrom. Ludovico Sforza saw potential in this little church built on top of the...
The tourist office on Piazza Castello sells tickets (good for the whole day) for Autostradale's three-hour city bus tours including...
Biblioteca e Pinacoteca Ambrosiana
Europe’s first public library, built in 1609, the Biblioteca Ambrosiana was more a symbol of intellectual ferment than quiet...
Teatro alla Scala Box Office
Pasticceria Giovanni Galli
Apparently, heaven can be purchased (at a price). Alchechengi are Lombard cherry tomatoes dunked in maraschino liquor and bitter...
Fratelli Freni information
Lonely Planet review
This pasticceria arrived with the first waves of southern immigrants and continues to be a welcome splash of Sicilian colour right in Milan’s centre. Potted prickly pears to smallgoods get the surreal marzipan treatment. Photogenic as the marzipan madness is, a ricotta canoli delivers a mezzogiorno (midday) jolt without the sugar overload.