Galleria Gió Marconi
Gio Marconi shows a diverse range of work including celeb-obsessed Francesco Vezzoli, the highly conceptual Elisa Sighicelli,...
Go club-hopping without leaving this many-splendoured nightlife theme park, one of Milan’s premier gay clubs since 1975. One room...
Trattoria di Giannino
Dark wood chairs against a subdued palette of white and brick red walls makes for an endearingly posh dining room. Serves are large and...
Lonely Planet review
Construction began in 1956 on Milan’s tallest grattacielo (skyscraper). The 32-storied Pirelli Tower sits on the site of the company’s 19th-century factory, symbolically bookending Italy’s industrial heyday. The smooth tapered sides of Gio Ponti’s modernist icon form the shape of a diamond, his oft-used graphic trademark.