Chiesa di San Maurizio
The 16th-century royal chapel and convent of San Maurizio is Milan's hidden crown jewel, every inch of it covered in Bernardino Luini's...
Civico Museo Archeologico
Adjoining the church of San Maurizio is the 9th century Monastero Maggiore, once the most important Benedictine convent in the city and...
Within Europe’s first public library, the 1609 Biblioteca Ambrosiana, is its outstanding art gallery, the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana....
An 18th century palazzo, with a charming courtyard and clocktower. Actors and artists mill around tables, anticipating or reviewing the...
Pescheria da Claudio
Join the savvy suits for a power lunch or early dinner of pesce crudo (raw fish). Plates loaded with marinated tuna, mixed salmon, tuna...
Via Santa Maria alla Porta 11a · interesting places nearby
This wood-panelled pasticceria has been baking since 1824. The window displays have the wonky logic of a Hitchcock dream sequence but with perfect every-shot coffee, there’s no shock ending. Don’t overlook the fruit gels packaged together in smartly contrasting flavours like green apple and prune.