Cavalli e Nastri
This warm, enveloping space in the basement of the Antonio Cittero–designed hotel instils immediate calm. Espa aromatherapy treatments...
Maria Teresa had the towering gingko planted here in 1777, when she turned the former Jesuit vegetable patch into an open-air lecture...
Teatro alla Scala
Giuseppe Piermarini's grand 2800-seat theatre was inaugurated in 1778, replacing the previous theatre, which burnt down in a fire after...
Whether experienced inside beneath the giant botanical sculptures at the earth-toned bar or outside on the terrace overlooking the...
Pescheria da Claudio
Join the savvy suits for a power lunch or early dinner of pesce crudo (raw fish). Plates of marinated tuna, mixed salmon, tuna and...
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Cavalli e Nastri information
This gorgeously colourful shop is known for its vintage clothes and accessories. It specialises in lovingly curated frocks, bags, jewellery and even shoes, sourced from early and mid-20th-century Italian fashion houses, and priced accordingly. You'll find its menswear store at Via Mora 3.