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...
Piazza Duca d’Aosta 3 · interesting places nearby
Torre Pirelli information
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.