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DUOMO Among one of the most important Gothic buildings in the world, the church constructed over a period of 450 years is the symbol of Milan. To experience the Duomo at its most majestic you must ascend to the roof. 6 GALLERIA VITTORIO EMANUELE II Sometimes known as “the living-room of the Milanese”, this elegant, four-storey arcade, housing luxury cafés and famous designer shops, is covered by a glass barrel vault and a beautiful glass cupola. 5 CASTELLO SFORZESCO The ancient seat of the ruling Visconti, it was later rebuilt by Francesco Sforza and is now simply known by the Milanese as “Il Castello”. It houses a number of interesting museums and libraries. Its park is a favourite with old and young alike. 2 6 W H E R E M I L A N I J A N UA R Y 2020
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CENACOLO VINCIANO One of the most famous attractions in the world, “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci is a 15th century large mural painting representing the scene of the last supper of Jesus narrated in the Gospel. This fragile masterpiece was painted by Leonardo using a technique that was chemically imperfect and by the early 16th century it has started to flake and decay, resulting in numerous restorations. 7 PALAZZO REALE Formerly the residence of all those who governed Milan, from Napoleon to the Royal House of Savoy, the Royal Palace is currently one of the most important cultural centres in the city, hosting exhibitions of international renown. Near the Duomo, it’s the perfect place to escape the crowds of the Duomo’s square.
PIAZZA SCALA The perfect location for the new Gallerie d’Italia Art Museum and the premiere opera house Teatro alla Scala. Rising up in the center of the square is the tall monument dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci 1 3 MONTENAPOLEONE DISTRICT Milan is known as one of the shopping capitals of the world and via Montenapoleone, together with the Golden Quad, is entirely given over to luxury shopping. Here the most important fashion designers offer their creations.. BRERA DISTRICT This is an artsy neighbourhood which really comes to life at night. The Pinacoteca di Brera is one of the most important museums in Milan. Its permanent collections offer a wealth of exceptionally good Italian and foreign masterpieces.
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AMBROSIANA The Picture Gallery contains several exquisite works of art from the 15th through 17th centuries. The Biblioteca Federiciana has on show Leonardo’s Codex Atlanticus. NAVIGLI The Navigli are artificial canals built 800 years ago to ferry people and merchandise to Milan. This network was perfected in 1457 by Leonardo da Vinci. Today, the area is bursting with trendy dining and nightlife spots. SAN SIRO STADIUM With a capacity of 80,000 seats, Milan football stadium is the largest stadium in Italy and the fourth in Europe. SANT’AMBROGIO - One of the most ancient churches in Milan, it was built in 379-386 A.D., in an area where martyrs had been buried.
PORTA NUOVA DISTRICT A vibrant, futuristic district overlooking two neighbourhoods: the Garibaldi and Isola districts. The heart of the area is the large raised square dedicated to architect and designer Gae Aulenti. Just a little further on you will encounter the Bosco Verticale with the new Biblioteca degli Alberi, the Diamant Tower, Palazzo Lombardia and Palazzo Pirelli designed by Gio Ponti. 4 TRIENNALE DI MILANO Since 1923 this is an international institution which organises exhibitions and events about arts, designs, architecture, fashion, cinema, photography and theatre. CIMITERO MONUMENTALE A real outdoor museum catering, on the one hand to the whims of the elite of Milan’s society, and on the other to works of art by famous sculptors of various eras.
FEBRUARY Milano Fashion Week Women's (Milano Moda Donna) > 18-24 February MARCH Milano Museo City Milano Digital Week > 11-15 March APRIL Milano Art Week > 13-19 April Milano Design Week > 21-26 April MAY Milano Piano City > 22-24 May Milano Food City Milano Arch Week JUNE Milano Photo Week Milano Fashion Week (Milano Moda Uomo) > 20-23 June SEPTEMBER Milano Fashion Week (Milano Moda Donna) > 22-28 September Milano Green Week Milano Movie Week Milano Calcio City Milano Bike City Milano Pet Week OCTOBER Milano Montagna Week Milano Fall Design City NOVEMBER Milano Book City Milano Music Week
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Whether it’s discovering the events celebrating Italian traditions, art and music or visiting an exhibition, Where® brings you this month’s unmissable dates. BY ELENA PEVERATA
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LEONARDO DA VINCI FROM
A JOURNEY TO REDISCOVER THE LIFE OF A GENIUS
The New Leonardo da Vinci DECEMBER Galleries at the Museum of Science and Technology, which re-opened to the public last month, is the largest permanent exhibition in the world and uses a strictly scientific approach to enlighten visitors about the person, and work of Leonardo the engineer, humanist and explorer of nature. A spectacular setting accompanies visitors on a journey that starting from Florence in the 15th century, traces Leonardo’s training and the influence of Tuscan engineers, up to his stay in Milan during the rule of the Sforza family. The journey through the art of war, work and production, flight, waterways and architecture ends with an overview of Leonardo’s influence on Lombard Renaissance painting, and an immersive installation dedicated to the drawings that he executed during the last years of his life. Nuove Gallerie Leonardo da Vinci Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia “Leonardo da Vinci”. Via San Vittore, 21 www.museoscienza.org
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CLASSICAL MUSIC THE WORLD’S PREMIER OPERA AND BALLET HOUSE OFFERS A RICH PROGRAM www.teatroallascala.org
• 2, 5, 8 January TOSCA. OPERA. Music by Giacomo Puccini. Conductor: Riccardo Chailly. Staging: Davide Livermore. Sets: Giò Forma. Costumes: Gianluca Falaschi. Lights: Antonio Castro. Cast: Anna Netrebko (Tosca); Francesco Meli (Cavaradossi). • 3 (ScalAperta 30%), 11, 14 January SYLVIA. OPERA. Music by Léo Delibes. New Teatro alla Scala production. Choreography: Manuel Legris. Conductor: Kevin Rhodes. Sets and costumes: Luisa Spinatelli. • 7, 9, 10 January GIANANDREA NOSEDA. Filarmonica della Scala CONCERT. Music by Gabriel Fauré, Igor' Stravinskij and Camille Saint-Saëns. Conductor: Gianandrea Noseda. • 15, 18, 21, 26, 30 January and 2, 13 February ROMÉO et JULIETTE. OPERA. Music by Charles Gounod. Conductor: Lorenzo Viotti. Director: Bartlett Sher. Sets: Michael Yeagan. Costumes: Catherine Zube. Juliette: Diana Damrau. Roméo: Vittorio Grigolo. • 16, 17, 19 January RICCARDO CHAILLY. Filarmonica della Scala CONCERT. Music by Ludwig Van Beethoven. Conductor: Riccardo Chailly. • 22 January RICCARDO MUTI. CONCERT. Music by Richard Wagner, Paul Hindemith and Sergej Prokof'ev. Conductor: Riccardo Muti. • 24, 25, 28, 31 January and 1, 5, 7, 8 February SERATA VAN MENEN - PETIT. BALLET. Music by Beethoven, Karayev, Cage, Scarlatti, Prokofiev, Fauré, Bach. Etoile: Roberto Bolle (24, 25, 28, 31 January and 1 February). • 26 January ERWIN SCHROTT. RECITAL. Bass: Erwin Schrott. Piano: Giulio Zappa.
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A RETURN TO LA SCALA ▲ Maestro Riccardo Muti, accompanied by the prestigious Chicago Symphony Orchestra, where he has been music director since 2010, returns to the La Scala Opera House, with an inspiring program that includes Felix Mendelssohn’s Meeresstille und glückliche Fahrt, Paul Hindemith’s Mathis der Maler and Sergey Prokofiev’s Symphony no. 3.
Riccardo Muti / Chicago Symphony Orchestra Teatro alla Scala. Piazza della Scala. www.teatroallascala.org
GRAN GALA OF THE STARS
◄ Milan’s La Scala star Roberto Bolle returns to Teatro Arcimboldi JANUARY with a gala performance of Roberto Bolle and Friends, the spectacular and always unique dance gala that gathers together several of the most important and talented names on the international dance scene. Highlights include classical works in the traditional format including pas de deux and contemporary solos. This is a delightful, emotional journey showcasing different styles, techniques and schools.
Roberto Bolle and Friends 2020 Teatro Arcimboldi. Viale dell’Innovazione, 20 www.teatroarcimboldi.it
PHOTOGRAPHY AS A SOCIAL BATTLE
◄ In 2017, Letizia Battaglia (Palermo, 1935) was described by the New York Times as one of the eleven most amazing women in the world. She is one of the most influential figures in contemporary photography, for her famous shots, and for the civic and ethical value she brings to her photography. She is a non-conformist intellectual, and a poetic and political photographer, who took an interest in everything around her and anything that roused her curiosity. The exhibition, featuring 300 images, explores all aspects of her professional life: portraits, cities, news stories and everyday events; images focusing on politics, life, death and love.
Letizia Battaglia. Street Stories Palazzo Reale, piazza Duomo 12 www.mostraletiziabattaglia.it - www.palazzorealemilano.it LETIZIA BATTAGLIA, LA BAMBINA CON IL PALLONE, QUARTIERE LA CALA, 1980, PALERMO © LETIZIA BATTAGLIA
Happyness is a Journey BitMilano, Borsa Internazionale del Turismo, boasts a journey that has lasted for forty years. The fair, organized by Fiera Milano, brings tour operators and travellers from all over the world to the Lombard capital. Held at Fieramilanocity from 9 to 11 February, the event is gearing up to strengthen both its position of leadership in the travel industry in Italy, and as a gauge of trends in the sector. BitMilano’s strong point is its tie to Milan, a city that plays a key role in the trade fair industry and in the Italian and international tourism sector, acting as a backdrop for events of international scope, including Fashion or Design Week. The Lombard capital is the only Italian city listed in the world’s top 20 most visited cities. It is ranked 16th, with more than nine million tourists in 2018 and a growth prospect of 2.02% for 2019. The event is divided into various thematic areas: Bit4Job, dedicated to recruiting in the sector; BeTech, focusing on digital content; I love Wedding, dedicated to brides-to-be and wedding planners, and MICE Village, targeted at the meeting Industry. Additionally, BitMilano is the only Italian fair that offers a b2b and b2c multi-target format, resulting in 360° player engagement. The event will be open to the public on Sunday 9 February, while on all other days entry is reserved for industry members.
BIT FieraMilanocity 9 - 11 February 2020 bit.fieramilano.it
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Hall of Fame I The penultimate month of the year means only one thing for chefs and foodies across the world, and finally, the wait is over: the 2020 Michelin Guide is out. Italy has confirmed its second place ranking in the world, with 374 starred restaurants, behind France and ahead of Spain, and the figures for food and wine tourism in our country continue to increase year after year. BY CHIARA ZACCARELLI
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n early November, temperatures drop, encouraging us to snuggle up in the warmth of our homes; the trees are almost bare, and we’ve taken out our old warm padded jackets. But there’s a whole group of people for whom early November means only one thing: the publication of the new Michelin Guide! For chefs, industry members and foodies throughout the country, there’s a single topic of conversation. “Have you heard? Rumour has it that X is up for a second star!” “It looks as if ‘Y’ might lose his. Poor thing, his restaurant is always empty!” The Michelin Guide, which is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year, is globally renowned for its revered star system. There are chefs who dedicate their whole lives to earning this soughtafter star, others who fall into depression if they lose it, and still others for whom it remains a distant dream. If you enjoy eating well, and uncritically trust the ratings given by the red guide (thus called due to its characteristic red cover), you’re in the right region, because Viviana Varese
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Lombardy is ranked number one in Italy for its starred restaurants, of which there are 62, followed by Piedmont and Campania. Milan alone boast 20 establishments that have earned at least one star. More specifically, the city of Milan boasts one three-star restaurant, three two-star restaurants and sixteen one-star restaurants, including two new entries. Here’s a closer look.
Gold and silver medals Let’s start with the winners’ podium, beginning with the person who can be considered the gold medalist of Milanese cuisine: forty year-old chef Enrico Bartolini, whose restaurant, Bartolini al Mudec, at Mudec-Museo delle Culture, has won a third star.
”The chef’s personality stands out for research and experimentation, blending perfectly with Milan’s dynamism and giving an artist’s touch to the rich Italian gastronomic heritage,” these are the words used by the Michelin inspectors (www.enricobartolini. net). A silver medal, or two Michelin stars, were awarded to three iconic Milanese restaurants, two of which are found inside luxury hotels. Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia, located on the outskirts, in the southwest district of Milan, is a fail-safe address, headed by chefs Alessandro Negrini and Fabio Pisani. Creativity and tradition are
perfectly measured in a dish that, not unexpectedly, is called ‘A Tribute to Milan’: tortelli filled with Fassona beef ossobuco and marrow bone in a reduction of Sardinian saffron and Bonati Parmesan cheese (aimoenadia.com). Inside the luxurious Mandarin Hotel, within walking distance of via Montenapoleone, we find Seta. Antonio Guida, Pugliese by birth, but Milanese by adoption, offers a menu based on Mediterranean flavours, sometimes infused with exotic influences. A plus for wine connoisseurs is a wine list featuring 500 labels. The ambience is formal, and guests can choose to dine at the chef’s table, inside the kitchen: an exclusive setting for two people, that offers diners a rare experience, dining while watching the chef and his team at work (www.mandarinoriental.com). Enrico Bartolini serves a type of cuisine that he refers to as ‘contemporary classic’, a blend of innovation and tradition. w w w.wh e re t rave l e r. com 13
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At another hotel, you’ll find Vun at the Park Hyatt. Chef Andrea Aprea, the restaurant’s executive chef, creates a menu designed for an international clientele. His cuisine highlights raw materials and the best of Lombardy’s regional offerings, plus a few dishes with the immediately recognizable character of his Campanian origins. One such example is a tasting menu evocatively named ‘Percorsi Partenopei’ (Neapolitan Itineraries), plus a wine pairing option with Campanian wines (www.ristorante-vun.it).
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offers a contemporary, minimalist cuisine, that matches the clean-cut, simple design of the locale and its futuristic surroundings. Standouts include the ‘risottos’, but there’s also an original menu called ‘A tutto brodo’ (Broth tasting menu), where everything, from antipasti to desserts, is composed entirely of broths (www.ristoranteberton.com). Contraste, the kingdom of Uruguayan Chef Matias Perdomo, is located in a hidden courtyard in the Navigli district. His hallmark feature is his creative cuisine, expressed in surprising signature dishes, featuring unusual pairings and eye-catching culinary tromp l’œil. (www.contrastemilano.it). Much talked-about Chef Carlo Cracco, who has assumed star status on Milan’s culinary scene, is the owner of the same name restaurant in the Galleria
Vittorio Emanuele II. The mood Trussardi alla Scala Here, amidst changes boiserie, mirrors and completely at Art Decò decorations, Iyo, the first oriental Cracco serves an array restaurant to earn of culinary delights including ‘Fish soup a Michelin star. en crouton and egg yolk marinated with Located slightly off green asparagus and black truffles’ and also the beaten tourist track, traditional dishes like ‘Saffron risotto, grilled the locale features modern marrow bone and liver ragout’. The locale’s spaces, offering a glimpse into the open-view fabulous, well-stocked cellar, holds more than kitchen. And the cuisine? Describing it as two thousand labels and ten thousand bottles Japanese would be limiting, and as fusion, (www.ristorantecracco.it). banal. Iyo’s cuisine is in a class of its own. Chef Davide Oldani made headlines thanks to Highlights include ‘Normandy Oysters served his concept of ‘pop cuisine’, where aesthetics with kombu and oyster aspic, rice vinegar and and taste go hand-in-hand, and prices are yuzu flavoured frozen daikon’, or ‘Whole seared democratic. His signature dishes include lobster, avocado, chives and ginger urumaki’. ‘poor’ but high-quality ingredients, with his An interesting list of sakes will appeal to famous caramelized onion. His D’O, located in connoisseurs (www.iyo.it). Cornaredo, on the outskirts of Milan, is always IT Milano, the first of the two new entries packed and you need to book at least three featured in the Michelin Guide 2020, is months in advance. Diners can’t wait to taste located in via Fiori Chiari, in the heart of Brera. the complex yet highly personal cuisine of this Helmed by Chef Aldo Ritrovato, under the pupil of Ducasse and Marchesi, at (nearly) the supervision of starred chef and TV personality same price as a trattoria. Try going at lunch, Gennaro Esposito. The younger sibling of the when it’s easier to get a reservation, and prices same name restaurant in Ibiza, this trendy, are even lower (www.cucinapop.do). cosmopolitan locale serves eclectic cuisine, Felix Lo Basso, the home of Chef Felice with a southern Italian feel, including pizzas, Lo Basso, is also located in the Galleria Vittorio paired with contemporary cocktails Emanuele II. With a culinary offering that (www.itrestaurants.com). blends innovation with tradition, this is an Located in the neighbourhood of the stazione ideal spot for a romantic dinner. Standouts Centrale, Joia is the only starred vegetarian include ‘risotto alla parmigiana’, a tribute to his restaurant in Italy. At Joia, lack of animal mother’s cuisine, which is also celebrated in protein does not mean settling for a dismal the tasting menu aptly named ‘Un viaggio in experience. The menu created by Chef Puglia’ (felixlobassorestaurant.it). Pietro Leeman is colourful and visionary. Leaving the centre, let’s move on to a quiet, Standouts include ‘L’ombelico del Mondo’, a old-world corner of the city, finding Innocenti risotto creamed with tomatoes, chanterelle Evasioni. Here, Chef Tommaso Arrigoni treats mushrooms, puffed wild rice and pepperoni us to his cuisine, which is deeply-rooted in the butter. The menu is full of flavour and is 80% tradition of his homeland and highlighted, vegan and gluten free (www.joia.it). above all, in a Milanese-themed menu featuring L'Alchimia, in the Cinque Giornate district, cotechino, saffron-flavoured risotto and veal is the second new entry in the Olympus of ossobuco (www.innocentievasioni.com). 2020 Michelin restaurants. Opened just over
Best restaurants in Milan Our more inquisitive readers might ask themselves how the Michelin Guide made a tyre company the world’s fine dining authority. The idea of the Michelin Guide was conceived by the Michelin brothers Édouard and André in 1898, nine years after the establishment of the Manufacture Française des Pneumatiques Michelin. Almost as a game, the two entrepreneurs began publishing a small guide that would make the travels of French motorists more appealing. The guide listed the names of railway stations, doctors and pharmacists, mechanics and petrol stations, and obviously tyre mechanics, located in approximately 2,000 towns. Over time, the guide expanded to the industry that made it famous – fine dining. The rest is history.
a year ago, and already the recipient of a Michelin star, this chic, modern locale boasts an attractive ambience, and is headed by Chef Davide Puleio in the kitchen, and Alberto Tasinato in the dining room. An absolute must is their ‘Risotto Milano Roma’, ‘Risotto alla milanese with oxtail’ (ristorantelalchimia.com). Chef Luigi Taglienti’s creative, yet wellbalanced, cuisine pays homage to Milan’s gastronomic culture without forgetting his Ligurian heritage, which is recognizable in
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Contraste D'O his use of citrus fruits and garden-grown vegetables. His Lume is located not far from the Navigli, in a former, light-filled industrial space. The menu features dishes like ’Violet shrimp, vanilla cocoa and Kaluga Amour caviar’, as well as more classic dishes like ‘Traditional Bolognese Lasagna’ (www.lumemilano.com). Claudio Sadler, the owner of the Sadler restaurant, in the Naviglio Pavese area, describes his cuisine as ‘evolving modern cuisine’ and sees it as a contribution to renewal. He does not enjoy only cooking traditional dishes, believing that if these two extremes are well balanced, they can offer unique tastes. The restaurant’s setting is also extremely attractive: elegant tables, dim lighting, plus contemporary works of art displayed on a rotational basis (sadler.it). Tano Passami l’Olio is one of Milan’s most
historic restaurants which has tranquilly retained its Michelin star for years. Its Chef Tano Simonato is opposed to using butter and sautéed vegetables, which he considers too heavy, preferring instead to focus on preserving the integrity of the selected ingredients. Signature dishes include ‘Caramelized quail’s egg on a bed of tuna mousse with bottarga, raw marinated tuna’ and ‘Spaghetti alla chitarra with chicken egg bottarga’. He recently left the historic location on the Navigli and moved to the Cadorna area (www.tanopassamilolio.it). Yoji Tokuyoshi, a pupil of world-renowned Chef Massimo Bottura, combines Italian
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culture with Japanese precision. When dining at Tokuyoshi, don’t expect sushi, sashimi or other similar dishes, because Japan expresses itself at this locale with small discreet details, including the bowls of broth that accompany many of the dishes. Don’t miss the chef’s signature dish: 'Gyotaku mackerel', a tribute to the ancient art of Japanese fishermen who dipped fish in ink to impress their shapes on prints. The surprise Omakase tasting menu, meaning ‘leave it up to the chef’ in Japanese, is designed to fully represent the restaurant’s concept, and is an absolute must (www.ristorantetokuyoshi.com). Located in front of the La Scala Opera House, Trussardi alla Scala is another venue that needs no introduction. A trendy, popular address that despite having lost one of its two stars, is still a go-to destination in the city, especially for prestigious business lunches. The restaurant’s chef serves creative cuisine, infused with a symphony of flavours, including iconic dishes like its ‘Spaghetto cacio e pepe with sea-urchins’ (www.trussardiallascala.com). Viviana Varese, the only female chef in this male-dominated ranking, has retained her star and revamped her look. Her restaurant, located on the first floor of the Eataly Milano Smeraldo complex, in Piazza XXV Aprile, recently changed its formula and name. Formerly called Alice, it is now known as VIVA (an acronym of the chef’s name). The menu is infused with a Mediterranean feel, including fish, which is one of her hallmark dishes, and an abundance of locally sourced vegetables and a few exotic ingredients, enhanced with colour, vibrancy and joie de vivre (www.vivavivianavarese.it).
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GUIDE Milan is known as one of the shopping capitals of the world. Take advantage of a stroll through the city to treat yourself to some alluring details of style. Where brings you a pick of the best seasonal trends and guarantees that you won’t leave empty-handed! ®
► GIORGIO ARMANI Full-shell fuschia ski helmet with visor. Giorgio Armani returns to the slopes with the celebrated ‘Neve’ collection. A perfect blend of the brand’s unmatched elegance and sporting spirit, an indispensable factor for accessories dedicated to active enjoyment. www.armani.com
▼ APPLE A new type of ‘AirPods Pro’ earbuds engineered for comfort and fit, immersive sound and active noise cancellation. A miniscule concentration of high technology. Available at R-Store Apple Premium Reseller sales point. www.rstore.com 18 W H E R E M I L A N I J A N UA R Y 2020
▼ BOTTEGA VENETA This ‘Pyramid bag’, a new accessory in brushed marbled nappa featuring a contemporary touch, is part of the Pre-Spring 2020 collection. Ideal for an informal daywear look. www.bottegaveneta.com
▲ ALESSI “The Seal” cake stand is proposed in a limited edition of 999 numbered pieces and nine artist’s proofs. The item joins the five characters of the collection created by Marcel Wanders in 2016 for the Officina Alessi brand. This is an effective demonstration of the company’s ability to create complex, high-end products that inspire new trends. www.alessi.com
◄ PISA OROLOGERIA The ‘Diamanti’ collections features deliberately minimalist settings to highlight the gem. In the ‘Always’ ring, one of the four prongs comprising the setting was shaped like the hand of a watch. www.pisaorologeria.com
► PETTINAROLI A faithful copy of the globe designed by famous Flemish cartographer G. Mercatore in 1541, featuring a wooden stand, with a compass incorporated in its base. One of the unique offerings from the Brera-based boutique. www.fpettinaroli.it – www.pettinarolimapsandprints.com
► VERSACE Inspired by the anatomy of the great white shark, the outsole of the ‘Squalo’ sneakers evokes the shape of the animal's jaws. Leather details feature signature Versace top-stitching as a celebration of the brand’s heritage. www.versace.com
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New Openings Fielmann
Mi View Talk about ‘dinner with a view’. The new Mi View restaurant is located on the 20th floor of the futuristic Torre World Join Center, in the San Siro district, and offers a breathtaking view over the Milanese skyline. The locale, furnished in an elegant, contemporary, and minimalist style, extends over an area of more than 150 sq.m. The menu focuses on seasonal ingredients and highlights the premium quality of niche producers of food and wine through the art of gourmet cuisine. However, it still makes use of technology. Diners can learn about the enogastronomic offerings selected thanks to a QR code on the menu which directs them to the restaurant’s website. When visiting the page featuring each single dish, they can use tabs, images and videos to view their ingredients. miview.it. Viale Achille Papa, 30. T: 02 78612732. M1 QT8. Map B1
German precision and Milanese vitality, a winning union which has found a home in Corso Vercelli, one of Milan’s most prestigious shopping streets. Fielmann, a leading German eyewear company, recently opened its first Milanese store here. The store is located inside an eclectic 1930s ‘palazzo’, and is spread over 240 sq.m., with a layout designed specifically to make the customer experience unique. The eyewear is displayed on exquisite illuminated shelves, a concept studied to highlight Fielmann’s vast range, and maximize its most iconic frames, including those of the ‘Milano’ collection, created especially for the city of Milan, and the new colours of the AB collection, dedicated to chef Alessandro Borghese, the face of the brand. The new styles, developed by Fielmman with Marco Collavo, the company’s own Italian designer, are 100% Made in Italy. Other highlights include an in-store ‘Service Station’, where customers can have their glasses checked and cleaned with an ultrasonic cleaner, and a hospitality area featuring a corner bar, where customers can relax and enjoy a cup of coffee. www.fielmann.it. Corso Vercelli, 13. M1 Pagano. Map C4
Oyster Bar A corner of Normandy in Milan. At this new oyster bar, inspired by the typical oyster and seafood kiosks in the north of France, you’ll dine in an intimate, cozy atmosphere whilst sitting on informal stools. There’s a large block of ice, in the middle of the room, around which the locale’s expert oystermen move, accompanying guests on a tasting journey featuring over 20 varieties of oysters from all over the world, plus a vast assortment of seafood and crustaceans, including boulot, razor shells, goose barnacles, sea urchins, cockles, mussels, sea truffles, American clams, scallops, red prawns, shrimp, lobster, blue lobster, king crab and edible crab. The well-stocked cellar features over 70 labels of Italian and international wines and champagnes. www.lucaguelficompany.com. Via Archimede, 12. T: 02 27018937. M1 San Babila. Map H4 w w w.wh e re t rave l e r. com 19
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Fashion and design outlets LUGANO MENDRISIO
Just a few kilometres from Milan, the nec plus ultra for the fashion addicted are the city’s outlying fashion outlets. Don’t miss a trip to these shopping destinations!
Vicolungo The Style Outlets
BERGAMO BRESCIA ?
Torino Outlet Village
Mantova PIACENZA Serravalle Outlet Village Designer Outlet
Mondovicino Outlet Village
GENOVA The Mall Sanremo
Castel Guelfo BOLOGNA ? The Style Outlets
? TRIESTE ? Noventa di Piave
Franciacorta Outlet Village
MILANO Scalo Milano Outlet & More
Palmanova Outlet Village
? Factory Stores
Barberino RIMINI ? Designer Outlet
FIRENZE The Mall Firenze
? Outlet Village
FIDENZA VILLAGE One of the 11 Villages of “The Bicester Village Shopping Collection” by Value Retail in Europe and China, the Village offers its guests a complete ‘360-degree’ experience and a new concept in shopping and hospitality, combining the finest expressions of fashion and luxury, entertainment and tourism. • WHERE: in the heart of the Food Valley and the Land of Verdi, just 60 minutes from Milan. Daily shuttle service from Milan city centre (pick up point from Piazza della Repubblica).
• WHAT: guests can find a selection of Italian
FOXTOWN FACTORY STORES and international brands at prices reduced A haven of luxury and elegance where by up to 70% off the recommended retail 160 stores offer the very best fashion PESCARA CORSICA price – seven days a week, all year round. labels discounted from 30% to More than 120 boutiques: Missoni, Jil Sander, 70% all year round. Le Silla, New Balance, P.A.R.O.S.H., Sergio • WHERE: in Switzerland (on the Swiss border), ROMA Rossi, The Bridge, Vivienne Westwood just 20 km from Lugano and 50 km from and many more. Milan. Take the Milano-Lugano motorway • NOT ONLY SHOPPING: the Village’s selectionMAR andTIRRENO exit at Mendrisio. Daily shuttle service of restaurants offers local products based is available from Milan. on Italian DOC-classified ingredients of the • WHAT: 160 exclusive stores, more than NAPOLI highest quality, prepared as seasonal dishes 250 top brands (including Armani, Burberry, or tasty snacks for a relaxing break. Dolce&Gabbana, Coach, Gucci, Guess, www.fidenzavillage.com Jimmy Choo, Michael Kors, Montblanc, Nike, SARDEGNA
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FoxTown Factory Stores
How to get there with the Shuttle bus
Polo Ralph Lauren, Prada and Valentino and many more), 1 casino, 7 bars and restaurants, an exchange office, free wi-fi, a touristic info point and various Tax Free refund points. • NOT ONLY SHOPPING: exclusive services make FoxTown the perfect place for those seeking a luxury shopping experience in a unique environment.
A complimentary daily Shopping Express® service runs from the centre of Milan to Fidenza Village.
A shuttle service runs from the centre of Milan to Scalo Milano with 3 daily departures. Bookable everyday at scalomilano.it
>> Departure from Piazza della Repubblica by Frigerio Viaggi - www.tbvsc.com
>> Departure from Piazza della Repubblica by Frigerio Viaggi www.scalomilano.it
Piazza della Repubblica 5, corner of Via Turati
Arrival at Fidenza Village
Return from Fidenza Village to Milan
FRANCIACORTA OUTLET VILLAGE Nestled between Lakes Garda and Iseo, less than an hour from Milan, Franciacorta is not only the home to the region’s famous Docg wines but also offers a unique shopping experience with top international brands and discounts of up to 70% year-round. • WHERE: take the A4 Milan-Venice motorway and exit at Ospitaletto or the A35 Bre-Be-Mi and exit at the A4 junction. Daily shuttle service is available from Milan. • WHAT: visit the Land of Fashion: over 190 stores of Italian and international brands for up to 30-70% less all year round: Adidas, Baldinini, Beretta, Billionaire, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Cavalli Class, Fratelli Rossetti, Loriblu, Nike, Pinko, Plein Sport, Pal Zileri, Richard Ginori, Twin-Set, Trussardi, Under Armour and many more. • NOT ONLY SHOPPING: discover a land full of taste and visit the famous Franciacorta wineries with a daily shuttle service.
Arrival in Milan
SCALO MILANO OUTLET & MORE Established in 2016, Scalo Milano Outlet & More is a metropolitan outlet village (31,000 sq.m.) located just 15 minutes from downtown Milan. • WHERE: located in Locate di Triulzi (via Milano, 5), it can be accessed via a shuttle bus from Milan Downtown (Piazza della Repubblica, 5 corner of Via Turati and straight to Scalo Milano in a few minutes. • WHAT: it hosts 150 fashion and design brands, including Cavalli Class, Karl Lagerfeld, Fratelli Rossetti, A. Testoni, Puma, a Ferrari store and 15 showrooms of leading interior décor and home furnishing brands (Alessi,
SCALO MILANO OUTLET & MORE
Largo Cairoli Arrival at FoxTown Mendrisio Return from FoxTown to Milan with a stopover at the Customs office to have TaxFree forms stamped Arrival in Milan
SERRAVALLE DESIGNER OUTLET
A daily shuttle bus service runs from Duomo, Central Station, Corso Buenos Aires and Largo Cairoli. Return ticket €20 adults €10 children 4/12 – 0-3 years: free.
>> Departure from Largo Cairoli by Zani Viaggi - www.zaniviaggi.it
>> Departure from Central Station and Largo Cairoli by Zani Viaggi www.zaniviaggi.it Central Station
Departure from Serravalle
FRANCIACORTA OUTLET VILLAGE
A daily shuttle bus service runs from Largo Cairoli. Return ticket €20 adults €10 children 4/11 – 0-3 years: free.
>> Departure from Central Station, Duomo and Corso Buenos Aires by Autostradale – www.autostradale.it
>> Departure from Largo Cairoli by Zani Viaggi - www.zaniviaggi.it Largo Cairoli
Departure from Scalo Milano
FOXTOWN FACTORY STORES
A daily shuttle bus service runs from Largo Cairoli. Return ticket €20 adults €10 children 4/11 – 0-3 years: free.
Piazza della Repubblica 5, corner of Via Turati
Arrival at Franciacorta Outlet Village
Return from Franciacorta Outlet to Milan
Central Station and Piazza Duomo
Corso Buenos Aires
Departure from Serravalle
VICOLUNGO THE STYLE OUTLETS
Take advantage of the daily Shuttle Bus connecting the centre of Milan (and Turin on Sat and Sun) with Vicolungo The Style Outlets. Return ticket €20 adults €10 children 4/11 – 0-3 years: free.
>> Departure from Largo Cairoli by Zani Viaggi - www.zaniviaggi.it Largo Cairoli
Departure from Vicolungo
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Franciacorta Outlet Village
Kartell, Calligaris...) and discounted products from 30% to 70% all year round. Incredible entertainment program through the year with concerts, events and exhibitions. • NOT ONLY SHOPPING: other highlights include accessories, cosmetics and sporting goods, 14 restaurants and cafés. Non-EU residents can reclaim any VAT paid on items purchased here. Open daily: Design and Fashion areas 10am-9pm. Food Court 10am-11pm. scalomilano.it
SERRAVALLE DESIGNER OUTLET The largest Designer Outlet in Europe, McArthurGlen Serravalle is located just 50 minutes away from Milan’s city center. Its beautiful setting combines all the appeal of luxury designer brands with the beauties of the surrounding Piedmont countryside and the Ligurian Riviera. McArthurGlen also boasts “Barberino” near Florence, “Castel Romano” near Rome, “La Reggia” near Naples
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Scalo Milano Outlet & More
and “Noventa di Piave” close to Venice. • WHERE: take the A7 Milano-Genova motorway and exit Serravalle Scrivia. From the railway stations of Arquata Scrivia, Serravalle Scrivia and Novi Ligure, you can catch a shuttle bus running every day from 9am to 8.20pm. A convenient shuttle bus service runs 7 times a day from 4 locations in Milan: Central Station and Foro Bonaparte, from Piazza Duomo and Corso Buenos Aires. Buy your ticket on line at McArthurglen/Serravalle. • WHAT: a unique shopping experience with 300 of your favourite designer brands – Gucci, Dolce&Gabbana, Hugo Boss, Bluemarine, Versace, La Perla, Pollini, Roberto Cavalli, Brooks Brothers, Fratelli Rossetti, Casadei and many more… – for up to 30-70% less all year round. Serravalle combines an easy-to-reach location with a relaxing atmosphere and multiple services, including free Wifi, multilingual staff, a children’s playground, café and restaurants McArthurGlen.it/Serravalle
VICOLUNGO THE STYLE OUTLETS Situated just 30 minutes from Milan and the Malpensa Airport, in the province of Novara, this is one of the closest outlet to Milan and the ideal place to spend an exciting day shopping. • WHERE: take the A4 Milano-Torino motorway and exit at Biandrate Vicolungo. Daily shuttle service is available from Milan. • WHAT: 150 prestigious designer stores – including Armani, Missoni, Trussardi, Tommy Hilfiger, Cavalli, Calvin Klein and Twin Set – offering clothing for the whole family, homeware and beauty products at discounted prices up to 70%. The shopping experience will appeal also to outdoor sports enthusiasts who will find a selection of several of the world’s most coveted sports brands. • NOT ONLY SHOPPING: Vicolungo The Style Outlets also hosts art exhibitions, events and other initiatives for a enjoyable day’s outing. www.vicolungo.thestyleoutlets.it
Vicolungo The Style Outlets
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Hats off to Borsalino An iconic sign in gold leaf on a black background has marked the presence of the Borsalino brand in the heart of the Galleria designed by Giuseppe Mengoni for over 136 years. By Giulia Minero
ince 1883, the year of its establishment, Borsalino has held a prime position on the Milanese shopping scene, earning it the name of a ‘Highly historic and traditional store’. This is the highest accolade awarded to historic shops in the Lombardy region. It is just one of a long list of tributes paid to the timehonored history of Italian artisanal tradition that distinguishes Borsalino, whose clientele includes film stars and key figures in the world of art, design and fashion. The Milanese boutique features the brand’s entire creative universe, where lovers of timeless accessories can find felt or straw hats, fabric or waterproof hats and berets, plus men and women’s caps, or scarves in precious materials including velvet and suede. 26 W H E R E M I L A N I JMAAY N UA 2017 R Y 2020
In addition to its most iconic styles, which include Dorsè, Traveller, Art Nouveau, Bucket, Trilby, Alessandria and Marengo, in the small, medium or wide brim versions and in an endless combination of colours and patterns, with contrasting hat bands, there’s also the Bogart collection. This model, a tribute to the actor Humphrey Bogart, is the star of a re-interpretation that has given birth to the new Bogart by Borsalino Cut 3 featuring a high crown, blueberry shaved felt, a medium brim, and a unique two-color band with a jacquard print. This season’s must-have comes in a special hat box dedicated to the Hollywood actor. >> Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 92 T: 02 89015436. Map F4. www.borsalino.com
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INDEX TO ABBREVIATIONS
T: Telephone number M1, M2…: Underground lines MAP LOCATIONS
Note that references in bold at the end of each listing (A1, B5 etc) refer to the coordinates on the street maps on pages 62-63. SHOPPING This directory, grouped by category, is a list of establishments recommended by the editors of Where magazine and includes regular advertisers. Based on statistical evidence, the most popular luxury brands are grouped under the separate category “Top Brands”, which be found on page 29 Sevelar unusual shops, stocking items and rarities for collectors or aficionados in specific product categories, are listed under “Passion Shopping” rather than in the standard shopping sections.
Visitors should note that VAT is 22% and it is generally included in the price of goods.
By law, non-EU residents are entitled to reclaim the VAT paid on items purchased and exported from the EU: before finalizing a purchase, they should ask the shop assistant whether they are eligible for a tax refund.
Shopping hours are generally from 10am to 7pm; less centrally located shops still take the traditional lunch break. Most shops are closed on Sundays (except those located in central Milan) and on Monday mornings. Ask your Concierge.
Angela Caputi Giuggiù
The brand is renowned throughout the world. Sophisticated, original creations made from unusual materials such as plastic and resin, combined to create unique objects both in terms of colour and shape. Her creations have been used as accessories by famous television and film producers. The accessory as a focal point, capable of creating a look or dressing up any type of garment. A magical blend of contemporary and classical taste. A dream well worth the wearing. Open Tues-Sat 10am-1pm/2.30pm-7.30pm. www.angelacaputi.com. Via Madonnina, 11. T: 02 86461080. M2 Lanza. Map F4
Borsalino Historic Italian company synonymous with “hats” the world over. Each piece is an unrepeatable masterpiece, created with an artisan touch, the result of in-depth research that harmonizes fabrics, materials and colours. Open Mon-Tues 10am-2pm/3pm-7pm; Wed-Sun 10am-7pm. www.borsalino.it. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 92. T: 02 89015436. M1-M3 Duomo. Map G4
NEW OPENING In Corso Matteotti, just a short distance from Piazza San Babila, Sara Giunti’s standalone store offers a range of handbags distinguished by clean-cut geometric shapes, Made in Italy craftsmanship and painstaking attention to the quality of materials. All Saragiunti
bags feature LED lights that illuminate the interior. An ideal combination of aesthetics and practicality. www.saragiunti.it. Corso G. Matteotti, 1. T: 02 39198016. M1 San Babila. Map G4
CLOTHING MEN & WOMEN Aspesi
NEW OPENING The cult brand, created in 1969 by Alberto Aspesi, features quirky, tailored lines, elegant details and natural materials. His current collections are still based on the original “nofrills” philosophy and will appeal to all those who like their outerwear without flashy labels. Open Mon-Sat 10am-7pm. www.aspesi.it. Via San Pietro all'Orto, 24. T: 02 76022478. M1 San Babila. Map G4
NEW OPENING Eddy Monetti’s story began in Naples in 1887 and more than 130 years later it is still a family-run business. In Milan, the brand recently relocated to via San Pietro all’Orto, in the heart of the Quadrilatero della Moda. Spread over three floors, the new boutique has retained the intimate, welcoming atmosphere that distinguishes all the brand’s standalone stores. Highlights include a bar, a corner featuring a grand piano, books by Taschen, and a charming terrace on the first floor, where you can enjoy a cup of coffee accompanied by typical Neapolitan pastry. It’s the ideal setting to host the brand’s
Several venues offering food are included in this section. These are considered as meeting places rather than gourmet addresses and thus explain our decision to list them here rather than under “Dining”. DINING
Reservations for most restaurants are strongly advised. In Italy, service is included in the price meaning that although tipping is not compulsory, it is obviously appreciated as a sign of satisfaction. Some menus include the word “coperto”, a small surcharge corresponding to the cost of the service and bread. Although no dress code exists in Italy, semiformal clothing is usually considered de rigeur at restaurants. All restaurants and bars are non-smoking unless a separate smokers’ area is specifically offered. Set meals: prices are per person and usually refer to a 3-course meal (beverages excluded). € = 30€ or less / €€ = 31-50€ / €€€ = 51-100€ / €€€€ = 101-150€ / €€€€€ = 150€ and above. SIGHTSEEING
Several places like the Duomo, The Last Supper or the Teatro alla Scala are symbols of Milan, hence our decision to list them under a separate category. All details are correct at the time of going to oress but several details can change: ask your concierge to double-check all information.
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SHOPPING Luxury shopping
Milano Malpensa Airport (45km)
● Pisa Orologeria Rolex Boutique
Luigi Verga Orologi ●
● Gobbi 1842 ● Rocca 1794
● Orologeria Luigi Verga
Official Retailers in Milan ◗ Pisa Orologeria - Rolex Boutique Via Montenapoleone, 24 T: 02 76317726
◗ Orologeria Luigi Verga Via G. Mazzini (Piazza Duomo) T: 02 8056521
◗ Gobbi 1842 Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 15 T: 02 76020536
◗ Luigi Verga Orologi Corso Vercelli, 19 T: 02 48198656
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◗ Rocca 1794 Piazza Duomo, 25. T: 02 8057447 Milano Malpensa Airport-Terminal 1 T: 02 74867578 ◗ Ronchi Via Gonzaga, 5 T: 02 877449
Illustration copyright © 2020. All rights reserved. Whilst every care has been taken to check the accuracy of the information in this map, the publishers cannot accept responsibility for errors or omissions or the consequences thereof. No part of this map may be reproduced without the permission of the publishers. This map is originally designed and produced by Mario Camerini
This map is kindly sponsored by the Rolex Official Retailers in Milan
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Top brands ALBERTA FERRETTI PHILOSOPHY— www.albertaferretti.com Via Montanapoleone, 18. T: 02 76003095. M3 Montenapoleone, Map G4 ASPESI—www.aspesi.com Via San Pietro all'Orto, 24. T: 02 76022478. M1 San Babila. Map G4 BALENCIAGA—www.balenciaga.com. Via Montenapoleone, 23. T: 02 760841. M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 BOTTEGA VENETA—www.bottegaveneta. com. Via Montenapoleone, 27/a. T: 02 76024495 • Maison Bottega Veneta, Via Sant’Andrea, 15. T: 02 77878115. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 BRUNELLO CUCINELLI— www.brunellocucinelli.com Via Montenapoleone, 27/c. T: 02 76015982. M3 Montenapoleone. Map G3 CHANEL—www.chanel.com Via Sant’Andrea, 10/A. T: 02 77886999. M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 CHURCH’S—www.church-footwear.com Via Sant’Andrea, 11. T: 02 76318794. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 84. T: 02 72094454. M1-M3 Duomo. Map G4 DIOR—www.dior.com Via Montenapoleone, 12. T: 02 76317801. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 DOLCE&GABBANA—www.dolcegabbana.it Via Montenapoleone, 4. T: 02 77123711. Map F4 • Corso Venezia, 15 (Man). T: 02 76028485. M1 San Babila. Map G4 • via della Spiga, 2 (Accessories). T: 02 795747. M1 San Babila. Map G4 EMILIO PUCCI—www.emiliopucci.com Via Montenapoleone, 27. T: 02 76318356. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA—www.zegna.com Via Montenapoleone, 27/E. T: 02 76006437. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4 ETRO—www.etro.com. Via Montenapoleone, 5. T: 02 76005049. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4
FRATELLI ROSSETTI— www.fratellirossetti.com Via Montenapoleone, 1. T: 02 76021650. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 GIORGIO ARMANI—www.armani.com Via Montenapoleone, 2 (and in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II). T: 02 76003234. M1 San Babila. Map G4 • One stop shop for Armani Lifestyle, from food to home accessories. Via A. Manzoni, 31. T: 02 72318600. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4 GUCCI—www.gucci.com Via Montenapoleone, 5/7. T: 02 771271. M1 San Babila. Map G4 • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. T: 02 8597991. M1-M3 Duomo. Map G4 HERMÈS—www.hermes.com Via Montenapoleone, 12. T: 02 76003495. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 HOGAN—www.hogan.com Via Montenapoleone, 23. T: 02 76011174. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4 ISSEY MIYAKE—www.isseymiyake.com Via Bagutta, 12. T: 02 781040. M1-M3 Duomo. Map G4 JIMMY CHOO—www.jimmychoo.com Via Sant’Andrea, 1/A. T: 02 45481770. M1 San Babila. Map G4 LORO PIANA—www.loropiana.com Via Montenapoleone, 27. T: 02 7772901. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4 LOUIS VUITTON—www.louisvuitton.com Via Montenapoleone, 2. T: 02 7771711. M1 San Babila. Map G4 • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. T: 02 72147011. M1-M3 Duomo. Map G4 MICHAEL KORS—www.michaelkors.com Corso Vittorio Emanuele II corner of Galleria San Carlo, 12. T: 02 76341378. M1 San Babila. Map G4 • Via della Spiga, 8. T: 02 76341381. M3 Montenapoleone, M1 San Babila. Map G4
The GUCCI baseball cap is re-imagined in beige and black GG wool, a distinctive fabric from the ‘Cruise 2020’ collection. The style is completed with a leather detail and adjustable closure.
MISSONI—www.missoni.it Via Sant’Andrea corner of via Bagutta. T: 02 76003555. M1 San Babila. Map G4 MIU MIU—www.miumiu.com Via Sant’Andrea, 21. T: 02 76001799. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 • Via Sant’Andrea, 21 (Woman Accessories). T: 02 76001799. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 • c/o la Rinascente, Piazza Duomo. T: 02 55028800. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4 PRADA—www. prada.com Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 63/65 (Woman). T: 02 876979. • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 62 (Man). T: 02 87211450. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4 • Via Montenapoleone, 8 (Woman). T: 02 7771771. Via Montenapoleone, 6 (Man). T: 02 76020273. M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 • Via della Spiga, 18 (Woman Accessories). T: 02 780465. M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 SALVATORE FERRAGAMO— www.ferragamo.com (Woman) Via Montenapoleone, 3. T: 02 76000054. M1 San Babila. Map G4 • (Man) Via Montenapoleone, 20/4. T: 02 76006660. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4 TOD’S—www.tods.com Via della Spiga, 22. T: 02 76002423. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II (Sun 10.30am-7pm). T: 02 877997. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4 STEFANO RICCI—www.stefanoricci.com Via Gesù, 3. T: 02 798588. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4 TRUSSARDI—www.trussardi.it Concept Store: Piazza della Scala, 5. T: 02 80688242. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4 VALENTINO—www.valentino.com Via Montenapoleone, 20. T: 02 76006182. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4 VERSACE—www.versace.com Via Montenapoleone, 11. T: 02 76008528. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. T: 02 89011479. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4
Crafted in butter soft calfskin, the new ‘Virtus’ by VERSACE is interpreted in a variety of colours and styles including shopping bags, top handle bags, belt bags, shoulder bags and evening clutches.
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SHOPPING wide assortment of chic, high-end men and women’s apparel. All items are handmade and flanked by a chic, seasonal collection of leisurewear. Open Mon-Sat 10am-8pm; Sun 11am7.30pm. eddymonetti.com. Via San Pietro all'Orto, 22. T: 02 76000940. M1 San Babila. Map G4
outerwear all crafted using only the finest, “Made-in-Italy” yarns processed according to time-honoured artisan techniques. Via San Pietro all’Orto, 26. Open Mon-Sat 10am-7pm; Sun 11am7pm. T: 02 76023392. M1 San Babila. Map F4
Uniqlo stores in Europe, including several styles created in collaboration with museums and local designers. www.uniqlo.com. Open Mon-Sat 10am8pm; Sun 11am-8pm. Via Cordusio, 2. M1 Cordusio.
Manzoni 24 A stylish location in the heart of the city where customers can discover all the elegance of its uber-luxe fur collections. Sophisticated creations for those who appreciate modern style and traditional Italian craftsmanship. Its specialized staff is on-hand to suggest the look best suited to each and every customer’s individual requirements. Open 10am-2pm/3pm-7pm. www.condorpelli.it. Via Manzoni, 24. T: 02 76001395. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
DEPARTMENT STORES & SHOPPING CENTERS
NEW OPENING The company’s passion for top quality, elegant design and its devotion to individual customer preferences since its early production days during the 1930’s, has consolidated the brand as symbol of pure, high-class fashion. Scarves, cashmere pullovers, knitwear, shirts, swimwear and polos and
NEW OPENING The Japanese giant of fast fashion has made its debut in Italy with a 1,500 sq.m three-level megastore, hosting its men’s, women’s and children’s collections. The Italian Uniqlo also focuses on the philosophy of Lifewear: a minimalist but elegant design, sophisticated production techniques and affordable prices, In addition to classic apparel, as an exclusive for Milan, the Piazza Cordusio store offers an assortment of cashmere sweaters in 50 different colours and one of the largest collection of printed T-shirts of all the
12 The Brian&Barry Building San Babila A 12-floor “vertical dream”, starting from the basement and spiralling upwards to the 9th floor, hosting the ASOLA | Cucina Sartoriale restaurant helmed by chef Matteo Torretta, and the 10th floor featuring a terrace/lounge space. The megastore will host a series of different high-end products and services including clothing, food, cosmetics, design objects, jewellery and watches. Open daily 10am10pm. www.thebrianebarrybuilding.it. Via Durini, 28. T: 02 76005582. M1 San Babila. Map G4
CityLife Shopping District The new CityLife Shopping district, the largest urban shopping centre in Italy, is located in a redeveloped urban area that once housed Milan’s historic fairgrounds. Developed in collaboration with archistars like Zaha Hadid, Arata isozaki and
High-quality fabrics A reference point for beauty and high quality, the sartorial fabrics of Valli Tessuti Alta Moda can be found at number 2, via Verdi, just 20 metres from Teatro alla Scala. Its expert staff will assist you in the search for the perfect fabric to make elegant outfits, prêt-à-porter or formal wear. These fabrics are inspired by the patterns of the most upto-date haute couture collections. Valli stocks a wide assortment of exquisite fabrics for men (including pinstripes and prince of Wales check by Ermenegildo Zegna and Loro Piana) and women (Valentino and Ungaro), as well as bolts of cloth to make coats and outerwear, shirts, accessories and bridal gowns. Alipay payment accepted. www.vallitessuti.com. Via Verdi, 2. T: 02 76001986. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4
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IL CENTRO One of the largest shopping mall in Europe, IL CENTRO boasts over 200 shops and boutiques devoted to fashion, accessories, gifts, homeware, high-tech, leisure, beauty and wellness and food and drink. Located just 20 minutes from the center of Milan, IL CENTRO is easily accessible from the ‘Stazione Centrale’ via a convenient shuttle service (pick up point Central Station-Piazza Duca d’Aosta, ticket on zaniviaggi.it, 5€ return).
Via Luraghi, 11- Arese Open daily 9am-10pm www.centroilcentro.it
Daniel Libeskind, CityLife is one of the largest urban redevelopment projects ever conceived in Europe. In addition to integrating residences, offices, public parks, outdoor spaces and service facilities, the district hosts 100 shops and eateries: fashion, accessories, cosmetics, wellness, home décor and high-tech are the star players of its exclusive commercial offer. Open daily 9am-9pm. www.citylifeshoppingdistrict.it. Piazza Tre Torri. M5 Tre Torri. Map C2
Il Centro One of the largest shopping mall in Europe (two rich floors in commercial proposals), Il Centro boasts over 200 shops and boutiques - devoted to fashion, accessories, gifts, homeware, high-tech, leisure, beauty and wellness – 25 restaurants and
bars, a diagnostic centre, a sports centre and few play areas for kids, free wi-fi, tax free, dog sitting and grooming. It has launched for the first time in Italy several flagship stores of international brands as Primark, Lego, Bath&Body Works, H&M Home, Mi Store). Designed by the internationally renowned architect Michele de Lucchi, it has been inspired by the ancient Lombard courts. Located just 30 minutes from the centre of Milan, it is easily accessible from the Stazione Centrale via a convenient shuttle service (pick up point Central Station-Piazza Duca d’Aosta – ticket 5€ return or www.zaniviaggi.it) or by car sharing DriveNow Carsharing (download the app). Open daily 9am-10pm. www.centroilcentro.it. Via Luraghi, 11 – Arese (MI). Off Map
MUST-SEE A fabulous department store overlooking the Duomo, a real part of Milan’s history. 10 storeys with a refined and contemporary ambience where shoppers can find an exclusive selection of fashion for men, women and kids, accessories, beauty, lingerie, home interiors, food and design. Rinascente
Food & Restaurants on the 7th floor features a Food Market brimming with rare delicacies, all origin controlled. It also offers visitors a choice of as many as nine bars and restaurants designed to cover the entire spectrum of taste (open 7 days a week until midnight; dedicated entrances also on via Santa Radegonda, 1 and via San Raffaele, 2. T: 02 8852471). Open seven days a week: from Mon-Thurs 9am-9pm; Fri-Sat 9.30am-10pm; Sun 10am-9pm. www.rinascente.it.Piazza Duomo, 10. T: 02 88521. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4
Scalo Milano Outlet & More Located approximately 15 minutes from downtown Milan, this is a hub of fashion, food, design and much more. Boasting approximately 130 stores on one level (with the exception of the Food Court which has been designed as an arena below the street level) this outlet village promises a unique shopping experience. It can be quickly reached by car or via the S13 Railway link (‘Locate Triulzi’ station). Free shuttle bus from Milan Central Railway Station and piazza Cairoli. Check the website for opening hours. www.scalomilano. it. Via Milano, 5 (Locate Triulzi). T: 02 90470350. Off map
The BONAVENTURA smartphone covers are an all-purpose accessory for everyday use. The new ‘Noblessa’ models created for iPhones 11/11 Pro / 11 Pro Max in precious handcrafted Saffiano leather make no exception. 34 W H E R E M I L A N I JMAAY N UA 2017 R Y 2020
DESIGNER STORES 10 Corso Como A unique and ever-expanding mix of selling spaces grouped around a beautiful courtyard in Corso Como’s pedestrian area. Worth particular note are
SHOPPING the Galleria Carla Sozzani, a book store stocking design books, boutiques, must-have luxury goods, a café and a restaurant. Open Mon-Tues-Fri-SatSun 10.30am-7.30pm; Wed-Thurs 10.30am-9pm. www.10corsocomo.com. Corso Como, 10. T: 02 653531. M2-M5 Garibaldi FS. Map F2
Alessi An “art factory” which offers utensils and accessories signed by some of the most renowned names in international design. Open Mon-Sun 10am-70pm. www.alessi.com.Via A. Manzoni, 14/16. T: 02 795726. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
Banksy takes Franciacorta
Located in Rodengo Saiano, on the outskirts of Brescia, Franciacorta Outlet Village is an ideal destination to experience an unmissable day dedicated to shopping that becomes even more unmissable during the Winter Sales. The outlet is home to more than 190 shops offering the F/W collections of clothing for men, women and children, accessories, footwear, personal care products, toys and home linens by well-known Italian and international brands, with year-round discounts of from 30% to 70%. Art and culture play an important role at the Village. Thanks to a collaboration with the Deodato Arte Gallery, several important works by Bansky, the world’s most famous and mysterious street artist, will be showcased at Franciacorta Outlet Village from 15 January to 8 March 2020. ‘Banksy takes Franciacorta’, a captivating, ironic, authentic and accessible exhibition will be hosted in the unconventional spaces of the Village. The show features 25 works, including Sale Ends and Grannies, a part of the edgy ‘Barely Legal’ series, Laugh Now and Choose Your Weapon - Pink, which had the whole world talking. Accessing the Village from Milan is easy and convenient. A daily shuttle service leaves from Largo Cairoli at 11am and reaches the Village an hour later. From 4 to 19 January the daily Shopping shuttle service will be free of charge. Be our guest on board for your Winter Sales shopping! www.franciacortaoultet.it
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In the many years since its lauch, Armani/Casa has established a pure, modern tradition where pragmatism becomes poetry. A precise aesthetic sense pervades every collection by Giorgio Armani. Open Mon-Sat 10am-19pm. www.armanicasa.com. Corso Venezia, 14. T: 02 76260230. M1 San Babila. Map G4
spirit, are the distinctive values of the Damiani jewelry reproposed in a flagship store designed by Antonio Citterio. A well-lighted space displays all the Maison’s jewelry collections, which are admired throughout the world for their jewelry to be realized by master goldsmiths in full accordance with the best Italian tradition. Open Mon-Sat 10am-7pm. www.damiani.it. Via Montenapoleone, 10. T: 02 76028088. M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4
Gobbi 1842 Founded in 1842, Gobbi is a reference point for refined jewelry just expanded by adding the brand Fred to the wide handcrafted Gobbi collection, and timepieces, such as Patek Philippe, Rolex and Tudor. You will get the same fine assistance that the Gobbi family has been providing its clients for the last six generations. The upper-floor laboratory provides quick, top quality, watch repair and maintenance service. Open Mon-Sat 10am-7pm. www.gobbi1842.com. Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 15. T: 02 76020536. M1 San Babila. Map G4
Established in 1978, Il Salvagente is among Milan’s best-known and longest established outlets: a comprehensive offering of high-end fashion in the city of fashion. Clothing, accessories and shoes, for him and for her, at up to 70% off. This landmark Milanese outlet is located just a few minutes from the airport of Linate and the Central station and is easily accessible from the centre of the city. Enjoy all the perks of city shopping but with far more palatable price tags! Via Fratelli Bronzetti, 16. Open Mon 3pm-7.30pm; Tues-Sat 10am-7.30pm; Sun 11am-2pm/3pm-7pm. T: 02 76110328. www.salvagente.com. Map H4
Ideally located in the heart of Milan’s “Golden Fashion Triangle”, Jaeger-LeCoultre opened its first Italian boutique in keeping with the spirit of invention and creativity which has set this reference brand of Haute Horlogerie apart in the field of watchmaking since 1833. Featuring an elegant, low-key interior, this exclusive space harmoniously blends the best of design and contemporary materials with an Art Déco style, a period in which the Swiss watchmakers created the legendary Reverso. Open Mon-Fri 10.30am7.30pm; Sat 10.30am-8.30pm; Sun 11am-7pm. www.jaeger-lecoultre.com. Via Montenapoleone, 1. T: 02 76281376. M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4
JEWELLERY & WATCHES Audemars Piguet The boutique welcomes customers into a warm, elegant atmosphere where they can savour the spirit of the Maison of Le Brassus, the oldest makers of Haute Horlogerie still owned by the founding family. Though this is one of the brand’s smallest venues it nevertheless showcases the four collections of Audemars Piguet: Royal Oak, Royal Oak Offshore, Millenary and Jules Audemars. Here visitors can also admire the special editions created for Audemars Piguet boutiques throughout the world together with several complicated pieces. Upon request, the boutique offers a worldwide delivery service. Open Mon 3pm-7pm; Tues-Sat 10am-7pm. www.audemarspiguet.com. Via Montenapoleone, 6. T: 02 76003115. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
Cartier In addition to its jewellery, Cartier is also famous as a luxury maker of watches, second only in the world to Rolex. Renowned for its design and technology, Cartier’s steel watches are embellished with details in gold, platinum and diamonds. Open Mon-Sat 10am-7pm. www.cartier. it. Via Montenapoleone, 16/A corner of Via Gesù. T: 02 3030421. M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4
Damiani Master craftsmen since 1924, Damiani has a long goldsmithing tradition which it has always interpreted with the innovative spirit. Line purity, a refined, elegant classic as well as contemporary
Luigi Verga Orologi A large selection of some of the most desirable watch brands available on the market, including Rolex, Tudor, Baume&Mercier, Montblanc, Panerai, Tag Heuer, Dietrich, TCM, Pomellato and Pomellato 67. Luigi Verga Orologi also prides itself on its after-sales service and boasts an on-premises UNI EN ISO 9001: EDITION 2008 certified repair workshop. www. vergaorologi.it. Open Tues-Sat 10am-1.30pm/3pm-7pm. Corso Vercelli, 19. T: 02 48198656. M1 Conciliazione-M1 Pagano. Map C4
The stainless steel ‘Barklamp’ by ALESSI, designed by Michael Boucquillon & Donia Maaoui, suffuses rooms with a relaxing light that reflects the enigmatic rhythms of nature.
SHOPPING Orologeria Luigi Verga A point of reference for high-end watchmaking collectors and lovers managed by the Verga Family since 1947. The store carries the most prestigious brands such as Rolex, Patek Philippe, Audemar Piguet, Pomellato, Panerai, IWC, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Tudor and Hublot. Its certified upper-floor workshop provides high-qualified watch repair and maintenance services. www. luigiverga.it. Open Tues-Sat 10am-1.30pm/3pm7pm. Via G. Mazzini (Piazza Duomo). T: 02 8056521. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F5 • Open Tues-Sat 11am-7pm. Via V. Capelli, 6 (Piazza Gae Aulenti). The store carries the most prestigious brands such as Patek Philippe, Cartier, Tudor and Montblanc. T: 02 6595775. M2-M5 Garibaldi FS. Map F2
Patek Philippe Boutique by Pisa Orologeria The boutique represents further proof of the perfect harmony between the Pisa Family and the Patek Philippe brand, as well as their common determination to offer clients an environment of excellence for the Geneva masterpieces. Open Tues-Sat 10am-7pm; Mon 10.30am-7pm. www.patek.com. Via Verri, 9. T: 02 762081. M1 San Babila. Map G4
Pisa Orologeria Flagship Store A watch lover’s paradise for over 70 years. A ground-breaking expansion project involving
the addition of 1,000 square metres dedicated to forty brands that have made the history of Haute Horlogerie, from the A of Audemars Piguet to the Z of Zenith. Prestigious timepieces with particular attention to the latest innovations. Assistance centre and specialized workshop. Unique gift packaging with delivery guaranteed to any part of the world. Open Mon 10.30am-7pm; Tues-Sat 10am-7pm; Sun 11am-1.30pm/2.30pm-7pm. www.pisaorologeria.com. Via P. Verri,7. T: 02 762081. M1 San Babila, M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4
Pisa Orologeria - Rolex Boutique
The ‘Sweet Temptation’ perfume from the ‘Parfums d’Elmar’ line is on sale at ZHOR PARFUMS at no. 14 via Montenapoleone.
The Pisa family has always been a forerunner in the world watch sector and now hosts the Rolex Boutique. The collaboration between the Pisa family and the Rolex brand goes back over 70 years. Open Mon-Sat 10am-7pm. www.pisaorologeria.com. Via Montenapoleone, 24. T: 02 76317726. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
T: 02 8057447. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4 • Open daily 6.15am-10pm (Friday 9.30pm). Milano Malpensa Airport - Terminal 1 (Piazza del Lusso). T: 02 74867578. Off Map
Master jewellers and watchmakers since the 18th century, Rocca rates among the first importers of luxury Swiss watches. A selection among the most prestigious brands: Damiani, Rolex, Breguet, Ulysse Nardin, Omega, Cartier, Roger Dubuis, Piaget, Vacheron Constantin, Breitling, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Tudor. Rocca guarantees outstanding levels of competence and expert skillfull consultancy. www.rocca1794.com. • Open Mon-Sun 10.30am-7pm. Piazza Duomo, 25.
Opened in 1929, it has become a prestigious reference point for watch lovers the world over, always combining a passion for high-end watchmaking with a love for refined jewellery and ongoing research on fashion-forward and classic trends. Among the most prestigious brands: Rolex, Tudor, Jaeger-LeCoultre and Franck Muller. Open Tues-Sat 10am-1.30pm/3pm-7pm. www.ronchigioielli.com. Via Gonzaga, 5. T: 02 877449. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F5
FIDENZA VILLAGE & MILAN CITY. A N EXCLUSIVE ITALIAN EXPERIENCE. Enjoy an unforgettable shopping experience in more than 120 boutiques, with up to 70% off the recommended retail price, all year round. DEPARTURE PIAZZA DELLA REPUBBLICA 9.45 at the junction am
R E T U RN 5.30 pm
F I DE N Z A VILL AGE
SHOPPING TOUR TO FIDENZA VILLAGE Available every day Adult € 20 pp - Child 5-12 years old € 10 pp
with Via Turati Transport service offered by Frigerio Viaggi Trasporti.
Planning your stay in Milan? Discover OpenCITY: 1 Card and 5 thematic Mini-cards available for any budget, starting from 12 €, including museums and attractions, public transportation, discounts. Ask for more information to the Concierge. www.opencitymilan.com 38 W H E R E M I L A N I J A N UA R Y 2020
SHOPPING Vacheron Constantin Boutique
OTTICA CHIERICHETTI See page 41.
Tiffany & Co. This world-renowned jeweller has ten boutiques in Italy: Milan, Rome, Venice, Verona, Florence and Bologna. Located in the heart of Milan, it carries an exclusive selection of classically simple jewellery and gift items in perfect keeping with the tradition of its famous New York counterpart founded in 1837. www.tiffany.
KITCHEN MILANO See page 41.
it. Open Mon-Sun 9.30am-8.30pm. Piazza Duomo Flagship Store. T: 02 89094202. M1M3 Duomo. Map F4 • Open Mon-Sun 10am7.30pm. Via della Spiga, 19/A. T: 02 76022321. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4 • Open MonSun 10am 8.30pm. Shop in Shop c/o Excelsior Milano. Galleria del Corso, 4. T: 02 76280561. M1 San Babila. Map G4
The two-level boutique is a universe that combines elegance, modernity and refinement in a perfect equilibrium which shed a new light on the DNA of the Maison. A vital and living space that originates with the intention to open the world of high-end watchmaking of Vacheron Constantin to a cosmopolitan public of connoisseurs. The boutique carries the manufacturer’s entire range of watches, displayed on the ground floor, with a private room giving the right privacy to discover the most fascinating complications of the brand. On the upper floor lies an elegant space inspired by the art de vivre Vacheron Constantin and a refined American Bar. Open Mon 10.30am-1.30pm/2.30pm-7pm; Tues-Sat 10am-1.30pm/2.30pm-7pm; Sun 11am1.30pm/2.30pm-7pm. www.vacheron-constantin. com – www.pisaorologeria.com. Via Verri, 9. T: 02 762081. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
Van Cleef & Arpels Since its foundation in 1906, Van Cleef & Arpels has always remained faithful to the values of creation, expertise and transmission. Inspired by the Maison’s unique identity and heritage, each jewelry and watch collection tells a story with universal meaning to express a poetic view of life. A timeless recognizable style defined by elegance, femininity and creativity are the hallmark features found in all the collections of this historic brand. For over a century Van Cleef & Arpels has been fusing inspiration and technical prowess into creations embodying expertise, ingenuity and modernity. Open Mon-Sat 10am7pm; Sun 11am-7pm. www.vancleefarpels.com. Via Montenapoleone, 10. T: 02 7767951. M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4
LEATHER & LUGGAGE Giosa Milano
UNIQUE An atelier combined with a showroom in the Brera district, where the particular way to work the crocodile leather is, before being a business, a family history for about 50 years. The atelier merges the traditional working techniques of how to handle the most precious leathers with the modern and innovative way to transform them. Today Giosa Milano has become a reality bringing the finest craftsmanship and producing unique pieces intended to satisfy each costumer’s necessity, from the choice of colors to the most sophisticated finish. Open Mon-Sat 9am-7pm. Sun by appointment. www.giosamilano.com. Vicolo Ciovasso, 1. T: 02 86997441. M1 Cairoli, M2 Lanza Map F4
Il Bisonte At its boutique in via Santo Spirito, Florentine leather goods house Il Bisonte offers customers its full range of luxury items. Its beautifully handcraft bags, travel bags, briefcases, wallets, diaries, belts and other accessories epitomize the best of Tuscan workmanship. The brand’s key focus is on materials, including its iconic cowhide: a natural, highly sought-after vegetable tanned leather which has the advantage of improving with age. Located in the heart of the Quadrilatero della moda, in addition to exquisite wood, the brand’s trademark cowhide leather has been used to upholster the furniture and as a decorative element of the store’s interior décor. Open Mon-Sat 10.30am-7.30pm; Sun 11am-7pm. www. ilbisonte.com. Via Santo Spirito, 14. T:02 76003014. M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 40 W H E R E M I L A N I JMAAY N UA 2017 R Y 2020
SHOPPING PASSION SHOPPING
Following the launch of its historic showroom in corso Venezia 53, via Fiori Chiari 6 is the address of Culti Milano’s new Brera-based boutique dedicated to sought-after home fragrances. The store stocks the entire range of the House’s signature fragrances, characterized by its unmistakable style which focuses on quality, a careful selection of only the finest ingredients and painstaking attention to detail, to personalize both the home and the workplace with an aura of sophisticated elegance. Open Tues-Sun 10.30am7.30pm. www.culti.com. Via Fiori Chiari, 6. T: 02 36553875. M2 Lanza. Map F3
NEW OPENING Historic Milanese cutler Lorenzi has re-opened in the city’s imposing Palazzo Bolchini in piazza Meda. The interior is spread over 180 square meters with three window displays, and has been designed to reflect the atmosphere of the brand’s former historic ‘bottega’, interpreted with a more contemporary look. In addition to a wide range of knives, the shop boasts an assortment of other beautifully crafted items including travel accessories, grooming tools, and objet d’art in horn, precious woods, bamboo and mother-of-pearl. The company also creates bespoke items to meet the requirements of discerning customers. Open Mon 3pm-7pm; Tues-Sat 10am-7pm. www.lorenzi-milano.com. Piazza Meda, 3. T: 02 49529106. M1 San Babila. Map F4
A unique ‘playground’ for old and young alike, the new store offers a wealth of innovative options including tables full of Lego brics in all shapes and sizes and an ‘immersion portal’ consisting of a large transparent display case that children can enter in order to get a closeup view of unique scale models created with the famous bricks. It also feature new digital elements including the Lego ‘Minifigures Scanner’, the ‘Digibox’, the largest ‘Pick a Brick’ in Italy and the monthly ‘Mini Model Build’ event. Then, a preview of Lego creator Expert sets. Open daily 10am-8pm. www.lego.com. Corso Monforte, 2 corner of piazza San Babila. T: 02 76001670. M1 San Babila. Map G4
APPLE PREMIUM RESELLER This R-Store, one of the 16 sales points in Italy, offers Apple products and accessories, qualified pre-and
post-sales assistance, as well as courses and services, making it a go-to reference point for customers requiring any type of trouble-shooting advice. The store also provides dedicated consultancy to companies, schools, universities and the world of public administration. Open Mon-Fri 10am-7.30pm; Sat 10am-7pm. www.rstore.it. Viale Piave, 38. T: 02 29510038. M1 Porta Venezia. Map H3
The Merchant of Venice A historic brand epitomizing the Venetian art of perfume-making, has an elegant, store in Brera. Its neo-Gothic décor and ornamentation reflect the typical style of ancient Venetian ‘palazzi’. Venetian red, the color used for the shelves and counter, is its dominant chromatic element. The Merchant of Venice carries a luxury line comprising a wide range of exclusive fragrances for men and women, bath and body collections, home fragrances and accessories
Ottica Chierichetti Established in 1914 in Milan, this ‘Bottega Storica’ (Historic Workshop) has been run by the Chierichetti family for three generations. Ottica Chierichetti is a landmark institution for eye care in the city. It offers personalized, highly professional services using the latest, most advanced technology and techniques. From eye tests, all the way to the study of facial features, the shop’s expert team of staff goes out of its way to help customers find the perfect pair of glasses. Ottica Chierichetti also offers repairing and maintenance services, carried out by hand with artisanal attention to detail. Other services include prescription customization and sunglass lenses of the best, high –quality brands from all over the world. www.chierichetti.it. Open Mon 3pm-7pm; Tues-Sat 9am-1pm/3pm-7pm; Corso di Porta Romana, 74. * Open Tues-Sat 10am7pm. Largo alla Crocetta, 1. T: 02 58314024. Map F6
KitcheN Milano A reference point on the Milanese scene for cooking enthusiasts. Within its welcoming and modern space, KitcheN offers a wide range of top-quality utensils and gadgets in sought-after designs, as well as a selection of gourmet foods and cookery books. This concept stems from a partnership with knIndustrie which curated its restyling and artistic direction, repositioning the brand and introducing new products and new ‘stories’ dedicated to contemporary and professional cuisine, with a focus on versatility, experience and accessibility. This multi-functional space also hosts a rich events calendar including cookery courses, seminars, cultural meetings, exhibitions and tastings. Open Mon 3.30pm-7.30pm; Tues-Sat 10am-7.30pm. www.kitchenmilano.it. Via E. De Amicis, 45. T: 02 58102849. M2 Sant’Ambrogio.Map E5
Shopping at Vicolungo is even more advantageous! The Fall/Winter sales at Vicolungo The Style Outlets offer even more bang for your buck! With its 150 boutiques and more than 300 Italian and international brands, the centre offers to visitors an unmissable shopping experience. In addition to high-end clothing, the outlet is an excellent destination for accessories, homeware and cosmetics. And with the sales, from 4 January to 23 February, additional savings of up to 70% on the outlet price will enable you to bag bargains from the best brands at just a fraction of the price. The centre offers a vast array of active wear, stylish sportswear and must-have gear from leading brands like Colmar, The North Face, Napapijri, Salomon, Timberland, Kappa, Dolomite, Quiksilver, Odlo and Under Armour. At the centre’s specialized boutiques, you can gear-up to practice your favourite winter sport. Located just 30 minutes from Milan and the Malpensa Airport, Vicolungo The Style Outlets is connected to the city centre by a convenient shuttle service which departs daily at 10.30am from Largo Cairoli. Between one purchase and another, you can indulge in a well-deserved break by ordering something warm from one of the centre’s numerous bars and restaurants. Additionally, Vicolungo The Style Outlets offers numerous services including tax-free shopping, free Wi-Fi and IAT tourist information. For more information visit http://vicolungo.thestyleoutlets.it
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SHOPPING Valli Tessuti Alta Moda Valli Tessuti Alta Moda has opened its boutique in the famed Quadrilatero della Moda, just steps away from Teatro alla Scala. A Milanese reference point that, since 1907, has offered its clientele the best Made-in-Italy fabrics inspired by the most beautiful haute couture collections. The store carries a vast assortment of precious, sought-after cuts to make elegant dresses, prêt-a-porter and ceremony attire both for men and women but also coats, shirts and bridal gowns. Open Mon 3pm-7pm; TuesSat 9.30am-7pm. Via G. Verdi, 2. vallitessuti.com. T: 02 782124. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
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The art of glass-making. The new collections and the historic pieces of this brand founded in 1921 are showcased against a neutral, minimalist background. Via Montenapoleone, 10. Open Mon-Sat 10am-2pm/3pm-7pm. www.venini.com. T: 02 76000539. M1 San Babila. Map F4
Ziio in elegant flacons based on the ancient designs of renowned Murano glass blowers. www. themerchantofvenice.com. Open Mon-Sat 10.30am-7.30pm. Via Brera, 4. T: 02 80581268. M2 Lanza. Map F4
For more than 20 years, Ziio has created jewelry made from natural semi-precious stones, Murano glass and silver. Boasting a unique, original style, inspired by the oldest cultures in the world, each and every one of Ziio’s pieces are crafted by hand. From ‘vintage’ jewelry to
new collections, presented at leading fairs in the sector across Europe, to more precious, unique pieces in gold and precious stones including rubies, emeralds and aquamarines, each product is strictly Made-in-Italy. The brand’s standalone boutique is located in the picturesque district of Porta Nuova-Isola, a neighbourhood with a strong local heart where small shops cohabit side-byside with some of Milan’s coolest hangouts. Open Mon-Fri: 10.30am-2.30pm/3pm-7pm; Sat 10.30am7.30pm. www.jewels-ziio.com. Via De Castillia, 20. T: 02 36706771. Map F1
SHOES Alfonso Garlando Tailor-made, Italian-style shoes are the protagonists at this charming boutique in the Brera district, which offers made-to-measure shoes for ladies and brides available in hundreds of different styles and a wide array of materials. Open Mon 12.30am-7.30pm; Tues-Sat 10am-7.30pm; Sun 11am1.30pm/2.30pm-7pm. www.alfonsogarlando.it. Via Madonnina, 1. T: 02 874665. M2 Lanza. Map F4
Fratelli Rossetti Renowned throughout the world for their comfort and fit. These beautifully handcrafted shoes are a perfect mix of luxury and tradition, with an added touch of originality. Beautiful and stylish to boot. Open Mon-Sat 10am-7.30pm; Sun 10am-7pm. www.fratellirossetti.com. Via Montenapoleone, 1. T: 02 76021650. M1 San Babila. Map G4
Sergio Rossi Sergio Rossi awakens the femme fatale in every woman. Beautifully crafted, comfortable, eyecatching footwear designed for women in search of an iconic symbol of style. Each pair of shoes is checked for quality at least 120 times. Sergio Rossi also stocks handbags. Open Mon-Sat 10am-7pm. www.sergiorossi.com. Via Montenapoleone, 27. T: 02 76006140. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
Paradise of luxury and elegance FoxTown Factory Stores Mendrisio is a temple for shopping lovers, just an hour drive from Milan. The 160 prestigious boutiques offer an incredible shopping experience, with unmissable discounts from 30% to 70% all year round. International brands such as Armani, Bally, Prada, Burberry, Jimmy Choo, Dolce&Gabbana, Gucci, Michael Kors, Andrè Maurice, Hugo Boss, Polo Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, Montblanc, Valentino, Saint Lauren are only some of the renowned labels hosted by FoxTown. Open daily from 11am to 7pm, FoxTown offers a culinary range for every taste, from Swiss specialties to appetizing snacks, a Casino and a Tourist InfoPoint. A Tax-Free Shopping service is available and payment is accepted by major credit cards as Union Pay, Visa, MasterCard, JCB, American Express, Visa Electron, and by Alipay online payment solution. FoxTown can be reached by the Shuttle Bus service operated by Zani Viaggi (www.zaniviaggi.it). Download FoxPrivilege App for free on your smartphone now and keep up with our news and offers, a world of privileges awaits! Until 1 March 2020, EXTRA SAVINGS: additional discounts of up to 70% on the outlet prices. Don’t miss the “Shopping Night”: on 2 January 2020 FoxTown will be open until 9 pm. www.foxtown.com
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Milan’s first and unique Vibram® store represents a benchmark for amateurs and professionals who are looking for products of high quality and performance. The store displays the entire range of Vibram FiveFingers ® offering customers the possibility of feeling the ground without giving up on protection, together with Vibram Furoshiki and other finished good products, plus a big variety of shoes produced by other brand partners, all characterized by a Vibram® sole. Open Mon 3.30pm-7.30pm; Tues-Sat 10.30am-1.30pm/ 3pm-7.30pm. vibram.com. Via R. Sanzio, 6. T: 02 36528461. M1 Buonarroti. Map B4
STATIONERY Pettinaroli Founded in 1881 and now run by the fourth generation, since its inseption Pettinaroli has been considered a reference point for funs and collectors of luxury stationery, period prints and gifts items. Its boutique in the heart of Brera boasts a wide selection of maps and globes, an assortment of exclusive Italian handcrafted leather, writing paper, business cards and printed documents: the ideal location for a souvenir or collector's item. Mon 3pm-7pm; Tues-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat 10am-2pm/3pm-7pm. www. fpettinaroli.it. Via Brera, 4. T: 02 86464642-1875. M2 Lanza. Map F4
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DUOMO DISTRICT & MORE Piazza Duomo is also home to the largest Tiffany & Co. boutique in Europe.
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Milan’s historic centre is contained within a relatively small area which is now mostly closed to traffic, meaning that it’s easy to explore on foot. There’s no need to choose between planning a ‘cultural’ itinerary or a ‘shopping’ itinerary because you can combine the two and get the most out of both. In addition to being packed with several of Milan’s most famous attractions, this area is home to myriad shops, including big-name fashion brands, historic ‘botteghe’ and some of the city’s most sought-after cafés, bars and eateries. In the space of just a few kilometers you’ll find the Duomo, the Galleria, Teatro
alla Scala, the Castle, the ancient Basilica di Sant’Ambrogio, as well as sporadic traces of ‘Roman Milan’, the first settlement and the predecessor of present-day Milan. AROUND THE DUOMO For the ultimate one-stop shopping experience look no further than the Rinascente flagship store (under the arcades): an amazing array of fashion items under just one roof! Just a little further on, the window displays of Rocca 1794 will seduce you with their collections of several of the world’s most desirable jewellery and watch brands.
TOWARDS TEATRO ALLA SCALA: THE GALLERIA Known as the ‘living room’ of Milan, the Galleria links Piazza del Duomo to piazza della Scala. For the past 150 years, it has been a meeting place for the Milanese and their guests. In the Galleria, haute couture takes centre stage. In addition to Prada and Versace, other standouts include Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Armani, Borsalino, Luisa Spagnoli, Bric’s, Tod’s, Stefanel and Massimo Dutti alternated with historic workshops (whose signs serve as an indication of their storied past). A reference point in Milan for the best Made in Italy cuts is Valli Tessuti Alta Moda, with the perfect fabrics to make elegant outfits. You say ‘aperitivo’ and you immediately think of Camparino in Galleria, a landmark location and a reference point where Milan’s elite meet to partake in one of Italy’s oldest social traditions! Carlo Cracco’s new locale is spread over four floors and focuses on opulent aesthetic and culinary offerings, from breakfast to post-theatre dining. For those in search of a taste of tradition, located just nearby is Luini (renowned for its one-of-a-kind “panzerotti”). Conversely, those favouring a more sought-after gourmet experience can either opt to eat at Ristorante Galleria where you enjoy a taste of Milanese food and hospitality (for generations, the Galli family has defined Milanese hospitality in the Galleria!) or at Ristorante Savini, one of Milan’s most iconic landmark restaurants, or at the Marchesi alla Scala restaurant. Don’t miss the Lavazza flagship store, a space where coffee lovers can sample an authentic espresso and innovative coffee-based recipes.
VALLI TESSUTI ALTA MODA A reference point in Milan for the best Made in Italy cuts. Located in via Verdi, just steps from Teatro alla Scala, here expert staff will assist you in the search for the perfect fabric to make elegant outfits, prêt-à-porter or formal wear. These fabrics are inspired by the patterns of the most up-todate haute couture collections. Valli stocks a wide assortment of exquisite fabrics for men (including pinstripes and prince of Wales check by Ermenegildo Zegna and Loro Piana) and women (Valentino and Ungaro), as well as bolts of cloth to make coats and outerwear, shirts, accessories and bridal gowns. Alipay payment accepted. vallitessuti.com Via G. Verdi, 2 - T: 02 782124. M3 Montenapoleone
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For your shopping in the shadow of the Duomo head to the Rinascente flagship store
10 storeys featuring a refined, contemporary ambience where shoppers can find an exclusive selection of fashion for men, women and kids, accessories, beauty, lingerie, home interiors, food and design. Constant new arrivals from the most prestigious brands and emerging talents allow shoppers to find both timeless classics and the latest fashion trends. The basement floor houses the Design Supermarket, a floor devoted to design in its multiple expressions featuring a slew of articles carrying the signature of the greats of national and international designer: Alessi, Pantone and loads of others besides. The ground floor is a true emporium of beauty and prominent fragrance brands, featuring not only corners and a staff of expert makeup artists but also the jewellery area hosting precious collections of high jewelry.
Conversely, the balcony houses the luxury accessories of famed and fabled Italian and international brands. The store’s range of menswear fashion is spread over floors 1 and 2, featuring luxury, classical, smart and casual collections, plus the Men Shoe Heaven boasting sneakers and formal shoes by 23 different brands, while the 3rd and 4th floors are given over to women’s fashions (including the must-visit footwear area). The 5th floor is dedicated to lingerie and children’s fashion. Continuing upwards, you’ll reach the 6th floor devoted to homeware collections while the 7th floor houses the exclusive Food Hall hosting various themed restaurants (Basara, Obicà Mozzarella Bar, Il Bar, JUICEx, Maio Restaurant, Be Steak, De Santis, Champagnerie Moët & Chandon) and the
Food Market, where you can purchase any number of international delicacies. Discover the Wine Shop area which has been recently expanded: at this unique space dedicated to the finest wines on the Italian and international scene, you can taste and purchase the products of world-class producers. Visitors love this floor as it is the ideal place to find luxury food gifts and, what’s more, a fab panoramic terrace featuring a spectacular view over the spires of the Duomo. Visit also Annex Rinascente, the space devoted to streetwear adjacent to the main building and featuring more than 200 brands, which now features a totally re-designed men’s area. >> Rinascente - Piazza Duomo www.rinascente.it. Open 7 days a week. T: 02 88521. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4 w w w.wh e re t ravel e r. com 45
● Culti Milano Angela Caputi Giuggiù ● Giosa Milano ● ● The Merchant of Venice ● Pettinaroli
Brera is synonymous with the artistic heart of the city. As you stroll along the streets of this ancient district, you cannot help but be enchanted by its almost surreal atmosphere boasting small artisans’ workshops or quaint stores selling canvases and paints. EDITOR'S TIP Additionally, Brera is home to the impressive Accademia di Belle Arti, where visitors can admire Milan’s famous painting collection at the Pinacoteca (the Brera Picture Gallery), the historic Biblioteca Nazionale Braidense (Braidense National Library), the Museo Astronomico (The Astronomical Museum), the oldest scientific research institute in the city and the Giardino Botanico (Botanical Gardens).
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ART, SHOPPING AND ENTERTAINMENT To start your sightseeing tour on the right foot, we suggest stopping for a cup of coffee at Princi, not just an ordinary bakery, but a meeting point where, amidst the heady scents of “brioches” and “cappuccino”, you'll have a chance to begin your day on a high note. A reference point for antique lovers, Brera boasts numerous antique shops and art galleries. Among these, Pettinaroli, just relocated from its historic headquarters near the Duomo to no. 4 via Brera, offers a wide selection of maps and antique prints. As an aside, those interested in bargains or bric à brac should definitely make time to visit the Mercatino di antiquariato e brocantage, held on the third Sunday of each month. The array of boutiques continues with the elegant artisan footwear sold by Iliprandi or the tailor-made, Italian-style shoes by Alfonso Garlando. Other points of interest include the elegant womenswear boutique Rosso35, Misani's artisanal jewels for him and for her, the original accessories by Angela Caputi Giuggiù and the unique leather accessories by the new Giòsa Milano boutique in via Ciovasso, 6.
THE PERFUME DISTRICT At no. 4 via Brera, we find the The Merchant of Venice boutique, an historic perfumery epitomizing the art of Venetian perfumemaking offering a luxury line encompassing a wide range of exclusive perfumes for men and women contained in elegant bottles inspired by the tradition of the city’s famous hand-blown Murano glass (www.themerchantofvenice.com). Our next port of call is via Fiori Chiari, where we find the beautiful window displays of Culti Milano. The brand also has a boutique at no. 53 corso Venezia (www.culti.com). Other must-visits while in the area include Olfattorio Bar-à-Parfums (via Brera 5, www.olfattorio.it), Diptyque (via Brera 23, www.diptyqueparis.eu), Profumo (via Brera 6, www.profumomilano.com), the Amouage boutique (via Fiori Chiari 7, www.amouage.com), Dr.Vranjes (via Fiori Chiari 24, http://drvranjes.it), Officina Profumo - Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella (via Madonnina, www.smnovella. com), Creed (via Madonnina 17, creed.cale.it), 9Nine (via Ponte Vetero 22, www.beautysanspa.com) and Fragonard (via Solferino 2, www.fragonard.com). TASTING SUGGESTIONS Between visiting one shop and another, you might be surprised to suddenly discover that it’s time for lunch. Try the typical Parmabased charcuterie specialities at Parma & Co, where you can also enjoy a Sunday brunch or the famed sandwiches sold by Panino Giusto. The afternoon is likely to pass by in a flash until you suddenly realize that it’s aperitivo time: there’s no doubt that you’ll be captivated by the purely Art Déco-style atmosphere of El Tombon de San Marc, the trendier atmosphere of Fashion Café in via San Marco or, for a different taste, the new Culti Milano Hong Kong Crossover restaurant in via Ciovasso offering the sought-after flavours of the Orient; another option is Ristorante Daniel offering contemporary Italian cuisine and the chance to enjoy something new from day to day.
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ANGELA CAPUTI GIUGGIÙ The precious collections designed by Angela Caputi are a meld of fashion and art. Angela Caputi first established her exclusive workshop in Florence, in 1975, where she personally designs all her collections under the “Angela Caputi Giuggiù” brand name. Renowned throughout the world, her bijoux, made entirely by hand using synthetic resins, are an authentic expression of “Made-in-Italy” elegance. Sophisticated, original creations combined to create unique objects both in terms of colour and shape. A magical blend of contemporary and classical taste. www.angelacaputi.com Via Madonnina, 11 - T: 02 86461080. M2 Lanza
GIOSA MILANO Surrounded by art galleries and goldsmiths’ workshops, at their atelier in via Ciovasso, Giorgio Santamaria and his son Gioele continue to write the history of high-end Milanese craftsmanship working with exclusive crocodile skins. Giosa offers customers a chance to become the designers of their creations, allowing them to choose from a wide range of precious crocodile skins, available in a remarkable array of colours and finishes. Customers can create their own unique, custom-made accessory inside the atelier’s historic vault under the guidance of expert artisans. www.giosamilano.com Via Ciovasso, 6 - T: 02 86997441. M1 Cairoli, M2 Lanza
PETTINAROLI Founded in 1881 and now run by the fourth generation, Pettinaroli has, since its inception, been considered a reference point for fans and collectors of luxury stationery, period prints and gift items. On entering this unmistakably Milanese shop in via Brera, customers can breathe in the scent of the past, immersed in a timeless, old-world atmosphere. They can browse amongst shelves of writing paper and exquisite envelopes, historic maps and antique prints, and find numerous items associated with the sophisticated art of writing, including several of the world’s most prestigious fountain pens, leather diaries and planners, goose quill and wood pens. This unique shop also has an unmissable section dedicated to gift items: antique globes, 19th century vintage wood printing press letters, and customizable ex-libris. The jewel in the crown of this space is the magnificent collection of prints lining the wall at the back of the shop, visited daily by aficionados from all over the world. Today the business is run by Francesco Pettinaroli (right). Named after his grandfather, who founded the establishment, Francesco specializes in antique prints, a passion that has made him one of the world’s leading experts. www.fpettinaroli.it - www.pettinarolimapsandprints.com www.facebook.com/PettinaroliMilano Via Brera, 4. T: 02 86464642-1875. M3 Montenapoleone
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Edomae with a view After the success of Iyo Taste Experience, the first Japanese restaurant in Italy to earn a Michelin star, Claudio Liu welcomes Iyo Aalto, a tribute to the Land of the Rising Sun. By Giulia Minero
corner of Japan in Milan, where the traditional cuisine of Tokyo embraces contemporary influences, and typical oriental settings espouse the allure of Milan’s new skyline. Iyo Aalto, the new dining destination located on the first floor of Torre Solaria, is this and more. Here, two distinct gastronomic concepts come to life, a Sushi Counter inspired by the Japanese tradition of edomae zushi, and a Gastronomic Restaurant. The former, designed to seat just eight guests in its cozy, exclusive dining room, offers a typical omakase menu that includes ‘nigiri’ infused with seasonal ingredients as well as specialties that are either steamed or coal-grilled on a robatayaki. The dishes, prepared in front of the guests, carry the signature of Master Sushi Makers Masashi Suzuki and 48 W H E R E M I L A N I JMAAY N UA 2017 R Y 2020
Luciano Yamashita, and are accompanied by a selection of wines, sakè and tea curated by sommelier Savio Bina. Alternatively, guests dining at the Gastronomic Restaurant can choose from among three tasting menus – Hitotoki, Yasuragi, Ukiyo – which, thanks to the creative flair of chef Domenico Zizzi, re-interpret traditional techniques and Japanese ingredients, including mentaiko, nagaimo, yuzukosho and wagyu, with a contemporary touch. The menu, a result of research and innovation, takes diners on a trip through the universe of Japanese and Italian flavours, enhanced with international influences. >> Piazza Alvar Aalto, corner of Viale della Liberazione T: 02 25062888. M2 Gioia. Map G2 www.iyo.it
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TRADITIONAL ITALIAN CUISINE Cantina Piemontese A top-level “trattoria” with a welcoming atmosphere situated in a beautiful corner of Milan just a short distance from the Duomo. Originally a winery with a prestigious tradition, this charming bistrot furnished in 1930s style offers diners a choice of classic regional cuisine from all over Italy. Certified by the Italian association for celiac disease. Closed on Sun. €€. www.cantina-piemontese.it. Via Laghetto, 2. T: 02 784618. M1-M3 Duomo. Map G5
Don Lisander For more than sixty years, a fashionable restaurant situated right in the heart of Milan, just a short distance from the Teatro alla Scala. An elegant atmosphere and impeccable service. The menu features traditional Lombardy and regional Italian cuisine. The speciality of the house is risotto. For dessert, also try the chestnut semifreddo with persimmon sauce. €€€. www.ristorantedonlisander.it. Via A.Manzoni, 12/A. T: 02 76020130. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
Galleria Situated halfway between the Duomo and La Scala, Galleria offers elegant inside and outside dining, the perfect place to enjoy Italian style hospitality, from a simple espresso to the cuisine or mouth watering. Established as a mid twentieth century café, today Galleria is also a stylish restaurant and pizzeria featuring a traditional wood-fired pizza oven. Open 365 days a year from 8am to 1am. Live music after 7. €€. www.ristorantegalleria.it Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 75. T: 02 86464912. M1-M3 Duomo. Map G4
Savini Spread out over three floors in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, for the past 150 years Savini has been one of Milan’s most iconic, landmark restaurants. A favourite haunt of several of the world’s most legendary figures, it continues to be the place where the local elite gather after a night at the opera. Credit for its enduring reputation goes to its blend of tradition and innovation, exemplified by the contemporary cuisine of Executive Chef Giovanni Bon. Its wine cellar, boasting more than 800 labels from all over the world, deserves a special mention. Open Mon-Fri 12-noon to 2.30pm/7pm-10.30pm and Sat 7pm-10.30pm. €€€€. www.savinimilano.it. Via U. Foscolo, 5 (Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II). T: 02 72003433. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4
Mieru Mieru All the warmth of a typical Puglia welcome awaits you in Milan’s Navigli district. A sort of ‘protected culinary area’ where, thanks to the hospitality offered by it owners (restaurateurs for generations), diners will feel completely at home. It offers a menu infused with the ‘aromas of the sea and the land’, sourcing what they have to offer on a daily basis. An ideal location for those who love fresh flavours in a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Those wishing to enjoy the ‘scent of the sea’ and a taste of Puglia before dinner can do so while sampling a glass of good wine accompanied by a tantalizing assortment of seafood snacks. Special gluten free menu.
Open Mon-Sat 7pm-midnight. Reservation for lunch. €€. www.mierumieru.it. Via Magolfa, 14. T: 02 89406320. M2 Porta Genova FS. Map E7
Torre The panoramic restaurant, designed to accommodate up to 84 diners, is arranged on three levels of the Torre, inside the Fondazione Prada complex. The decorative elements and artworks covering the walls are by several of the world’s best-known contemporary artists, while the top floor features original furnishings from the Four Seasons Restaurant in New York, designed by Philip Johnson in 1958. The outdoor terrace echoes the porphyry flooring and metal grids characterizing the Foundation’s exteriors, which extend over a surface area of 125 square metres. The seventh floor also hosts a Chef’s table, a private area with a view of the kitchens and a private terrace. The restaurant’s gastronomic concept is based on an Italian menu and traditional regional cuisine, accompanied by a prestigious selection of wines. €€€. www.fondazioneprada.org. Via G. Lorenzini, 14. T: 02 23323910. M3 Lodi. Map G7
Valentino Vintage Restaurant Situated inside a historic 17th century building in the heart of Milan, just steps from the Quadrilatero della Moda, this restaurant offers traditional Italian cuisine in a warm, elegant setting. Its atmosphere, inspired by movie icon Rodolfo Valentino, is infused with an old-world charm reminiscent of the Belle Epoque. Its cuisine is deeply rooted in Italy’s culinary traditions and melds typical Mediterranean dishes, created thanks to the use of only the highest-quality ingredients, with innovative flavours, resulting from creative experimentation. The restaurant also boasts an impressive wine list. Open Mon-Fri 12 noon3pm/7pm-11pm; Sat 7pm-11pm. Closed on Sun. €€. www.valentinovintage.it. Corso Monforte, 16. T: 02 76394369. M1 San Babila. Map G4
INTERNATIONAL & ETHNIC CUISINE Denzel One of the few truly Kosher restaurants in Milan, serving an international fish and meat menu of delicate contrast. Traditions of the Middle East, America, Asia and South America are combined in delectable, tasty dishes, in a welcoming ambience. It uses only the finest ingredients and rigorously follows the rules of Kashrut. Closed on Friday evening and on Sat. €€. www.denzel.it. Via G. Washington, 9. T: 02 48519326. M1 Wagner. Map C4
El Porteño Possibly the best Argentinean restaurant in Milan, El Porteño is renowned for its succulent meat and churrasco cuts. Exquisite dishes offered by chefs focusing primarily on tradition and high-quality ingredients, house specialities inc asado criollo, grilled beef, pork and veal, empanadas and pollo en escabeche. Also offers a fabulous selection of important wines including Argentinean specialities such as Malbec and Torrontes. Open for dinner. €€€. www.elporteno. it. Viale G. Galeazzo, 25. T: 02 58437593. Map F6 • viale Elvezia, 4. T: 02 34537275. Map E3
Starred flavours Boasting a total of 62 restaurants, Lombardy has reconfirmed its ranking as the Italian region with the highest number of starred restaurants, 20 of which are located in the city of Milan and its outskirts. Real temples of taste where tradition, innovation and research meet thanks to the creative flair of famous chefs. The big news in the Michelin Guide 2020 is the return of a three-star restaurant in the shadow of the Madonnina. By Giulia Minero Enrico Bartolini (Mudec - Museo delle Culture, via Tortona, 56. Map C6) Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia (via Montecuccoli, 6. Off Map) Seta (Mandarin Oriental Milan, via Monte di Pietà, 18. Map F4) Vun (Park Hyatt, via Silvio Pellico, 3. Map F4) L’Alchimia (viale Premuda, 34. Map H4) Berton (via Mike Bongiorno, 13. Map F2) Contraste (via Meda, 2. Map F7) Cracco (Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Map F4) Felix Lo Basso (piazza Duomo, 21 – 5th Floor. Map F4) Innocenti Evasioni (via privata della Bindellina. Off Map) IT Milano (via Fiori Chiari, 32. Map F3) Iyo (via Piero della Francesca, 74. Map C1) Joia (via Panfilo Castaldi, 18. Map G3) Lume (via Watt, 37. Off Map) (Il) Ristorante Trussardi alla Scala (piazza della Scala, 5. Map F4) Sadler (via Ascanio Sforza, 77. Off Map) Tano Passami l'Olio (via Petrarca, 4. Map D4) Tokuyoshi (via San Calocero, 3. Map E5) Viva Viviana Varese (Eataly Milano Smeraldo, piazza XXV Aprile, 10. Map F2) D’O (piazza della Chiesa, 14 – Cornaredo. Off Map) More on www.wheremilan.com/guide w w w.wh e re t ravel e r. com 49
DINING Iyo The floating world of Michelin-starred IYO is an invitation to live the fullness of the moment in an unusual dining experience in which East meets West. Savor dishes that bring together eastern and western flavors and techniques, paired with a curated selection of wines, sakes and teas, while immersed in an elegant, international atmosphere. Open Tues evening and Wed-Sun 12.30am-2.30pm/7.30pm-11.30pm. €€€. www.iyo.it. Via Piero della Francesca, 74. T: 02 45476898. M5 Domodossola. Map B1
Guido Gobino To the delight of everyone with a sweet tooth, renowned chocolatier Guido Gobino has just opened his second Milanese branch at no. 36 Corso Magenta. Established over 50 years ago in Turin, the brand already has another location in the Lombardy capital in Corso Garibaldi. This is a new temple of taste in the city, where you can find all the brand’s most iconic products, including Tourinot, Ganaches and Pralines, plus the entire Guido Gobino range of chocolates. The architectural concept of his Bottega in Corso Magenta embodies the essence of the brand to perfection. The black of the outside boiserie is combined with white, and orange, the brand’s distinguishing feature since its inception. There’s also a café where you can taste Lavazza coffee blends paired with the finest cocoa blends of Guido Gobino chocolate. The venue serves an array of pastries, inspired by French tradition, but also savoury specialties that are ideal for a quick lunch, and Vermouth and chocolate-based aperitivi. guidogobino.it Corso Magenta, 36. M1-M2 Cadorna. Map E4
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TASTING EXPERIENCE Armani/Dolci Via Manzoni 31 is possibly the most glamorous address for Milanese patisserie: Armani/Dolci is a location dedicated by world-renowned designer Giorgio Armani to the world of chocolate and not only. Here you can find elegant pralines, chocolate bars, assorted dragées or fruit preserves, delightful gifts that are perfect for any occasion, also thanks to the store’s elegant, unmistakable packaging. Open daily 10am-7.30pm. www.armanidolci.com. Via Manzoni, 31. T: 02 62312686. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
Cova Pasticceria Founded in 1817, by none other than one of Napoleon’s soldiers, this is one of the Milan’s oldest pasticceria, an iconic place where tradition meets elegance and style. On the occasion of the 200th anniversary, the venue has recently re-opened following a careful renovation preserving the original Cova signature look. Established as a pasticceria, it also offers a morning espresso, a Milanese-style risotto, an afternoon tea with artisanal pasticcini and pralines or an evening aperitivo. The famous handmade Panettone, signature product of Cova and a jealousy-guarded recipe, is available all year long. Open Mon-Sat 7.45am-8.30pm; Sun 10am-7pm. www.covamilano.com. Via Montenapoleone, 8. T: 02 76005599. M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4
experience! Open Tues-Sat 7.30am-8pm; Sun 8.30am-1pm. www.pasticceriamarchesi.it. Via Santa Maria alla Porta, 11/a. T: 02 876730. M1 Cairoli. Map E4 • Open daily 7.30am-9pm. Via Montenapoleone, 9. T: 02 76008238. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4 • Open daily 7.30am9pm. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. T: 02 94181710. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4
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A cult destination dedicated to highclass Italian gastronomy: 5,000 sq.m. devoted to food and the best, locally sourced products spread out over 4 floors hosting not only 19 eateries and a starred restaurant (Alice) but also rooms for food workshops and a convention centre. Eataly has opened in the theatre space of Milan’s former legendary Teatro Smeraldo and hosts a huge stage and offers a totally free season of music. www.eataly.net. Piazza XXV Aprile, 10. T: 02 49497301. M2-M5 Garibaldi FS. Map F2
In Milan, the famous school of Belgium chocolate boasts one of its most famous brands: the Neuhaus shop is a small treasure trove where pralines – more than 100 varieties that arrive fresh, each week, from Belgium – are displayed in cases like precious jewels, alongside bars with dried fruits, characteristic letters of the alphabet and greeting cards, all made exclusively from chocolate. Open Mon 3pm-7pm; Tues-Sat 10am1.30pm/3pm-7pm. www.neuhaus-cioccolato.it. Via San Vittore, 6. T: 02 72000096. M2 Sant’Ambrogio.
Lavazza Italian coffee expert Lavazza has opened its first flagship store in Milan. A go-to destination where coffee lovers can experience the very best that the world of Lavazza coffee has to offer throughout the day. This beautifully designed location offers four different experiential options: the “Caffetteria” where visitors can savor an authentic espresso, a “Slow Coffee” area to taste different types of coffee extraction systems, a “Fresh Roasted” area where precious single origins are roasted and blended on site, and the “Coffee Design” area where innovative food design meets the world of coffee in new and surprising flavour combinations, created with top international chefs. Open Mon-Thurs 8am-7.30pm; Fri 8am-8pm; Sat-Sun 9am-8pm. www.lavazza.it/ flagshipstore. Piazza San Fedele, 2. T: 342 8411682. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4
Marchesi 1824 Pralines and homemade pastries, biscuits and panettone, “veneziana”, chocolates, sweets and over thirty different types of cream cakes, cannoncini and éclairs. Marchesi has recently opened two new shops in Milan, located in the exclusive settings of Via Monte Napoleone and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. A truly tantalizing
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Noberasco 1908 King of dry fruit Noberasco 1908 instantly sealed its success as a reference point for discerning palates and lovers of natural tastes: its products are sourced from all over the world and include a flotilla of the rarest, most delicious culinary delights. Open Tues-Sat 10am-7.30pm; Mon 11am-7.30pm. www.noberasco.it. Via Spadari. T: 02 99201022. M1 Cordusio, M1-M3 Duomo. Map F2
Peck A paradise for food lovers. At this high-class delicatessen, for years an authentic temple of Milanese taste, you will find the best of Italian excellence, from cured meats to sauces, from wines to liqueurs, from cheeses to olive oil. Spread out over three floors, Peck is also a great place for an unforgettable stopover. The search for quality is Peck’s primary aim, achieved through a careful selection of products from all over the world. Don’t miss the “Piccolo Peck”, a gastronomic café at the ground floor reminding a Viennese café of the 30s, where you can relax and taste several specialties. Open Mon 3pm-8pm; Tues-Fri 9am-8pm; Sat 9am-8pm; Sun 10am-5pm. www.peck.it. Via Spadari, 9. T: 02 8023161. M1-M3 Duomo, M1 Cordusio. Map F5
Tradition and innovation
Since Savini first opened in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, it has maintained the timeless
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elegance of the Belle Époque. Savini was the favourite haunt of some of the world’s
Via Ugo Foscolo, 5. T: +39 02 72003433. email@example.com www.savinimilano.it
most illustrious names, including Verdi, Puccini, Toscanini, Maria Callas, Eleonora Duse and Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, who wrote the Manifest of the Futurist Movement here. Savini recently celebrated its 150th anniversary and boasts a continually evolving legacy in which tradition and innovation are intertwined. In 2007, the Gatto family PHOTOS © ANDREA DI LORENZO
took over the reins of this Milanese landmark restaurant, which is now divided into two spaces: a café/bistro and a restaurant. The café/bistro – open throughout the day – can be accessed from the Galleria and is the ideal place to enjoy a cup of coffee, tea or an aperitivo, while the restaurant is located on the first floor. Here, amidst period furnishings and soft lighting, you can opt for a traditional or more contemporary menu, signed by chef Giovanni Bon. For an impressive business lunch, in an elegant, historic setting, the restaurant offers a business lunch formula, featuring a choice of gourmet dishes.
Giovanni Bon - The chef’s kingdom is the restaurant’s modern, open-plan kitchen. Part Brianzolo and part Veneto, Savini’s Executive Chef Giovanni Bon, whose resume includes work experience at several of Italy’s and the world’s most celebrated restaurants, has made this space his culinary domain of choice. Bon combines traditional recipes with innovative techniques and creativity. Key features of his culinary expertise include the selection of raw materials, respect for the seasons and locally sourced products and cuisine that becomes art, research and flavour. w w w.wh e re t ravel e r. com 51
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Dining by district CANTINA PIEMONTESE — www.cantina-piemontese.it. “Top-level” trattoria offering tradition Italian regional cuisine. Via Laghetto, 2. T: 02 784618. M1-M3 Duomo. Map G5 CRACCO — www.ristorantecracco.it Milanese cuisine with a contemporary twist. Four floors of sheer culinary heaven. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. T: 02 876774. M1- M3 Duomo. Map F4 FELICE A TESTACCIO — feliceatestaccio.it. Roman cuisine since 1936. Via del Torchio, 4. T: 02 80506690. M3 Missori. Map E5 GALLERIA — www.ristorantegalleria.it Stylish restaurant and traditional wood-fired pizza. Galleria Vittorio Emanule II, 75. T: 02 86464912. M1-M3 Duomo. Map G4 IL RISTORANTE TRUSSARDI ALLA SCALA — www.trussardiallascala.com. Top-rate cuisine and outstanding interior design. Piazza della Scala, 5. T: 02 80688201. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4 IL VERZIERE (C/O NH COLLECTION MILANO PRESIDENT) — nh-collection.com. The finest Italian and international cuisine in an elegant atmosphere. Largo Augusto, 10. T: 02 77461. M1-M3 Duomo. Map G5 PECK — www.peck.it. Iconic temple of Milanese taste. Every Sunday typical lunch. Via Spadari, 9. T: 02 8023161. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F5 RISTORANTE SAVINI — www.savinimilano.it Gourmet flavours in the Galleria. Via U. Foscolo, 5 (Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II). T: 02 72003433. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4
Via A. Manzoni, 29. T: 02 72314640. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4 LA VERANDA (C/O FOUR SEASONS HOTEL MILANO)— www.fourseasons. com/milan. Ultra-luxurious restaurant, Mediterranean cuisine, summer outdoor seating. Via Gesù, 6/8. T: 02 77081478. M3 Montenapoleone. Map G4 NOBU MILAN — www.noburestaurants.com Armani style with traditional Japanese cuisine. Via G. Pisoni, 1. T: 02 62312645. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4 SETA (C/O MANDARIN ORIENTAL MILAN) — www.mandarinoriental.it. Fine dining restaurant in a beautiful setting. Michelinstarred restaurant. Via Monte di Pietà, 16-18. T: 02 87318897. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
BRERA DISTRICT RIGOLO — www.ristoranterigolo.it. Lombardy cuisine with a trattoria-like feel. Largo Treves corner of via Solferino, 11. T: 02 86463220. M2 Moscova. Map F3
NAVIGLI-PORTA GENOVA DISTRICT MIERU MIERU — www.mierumieru.it A taste of Puglia with the aromas of the sea and the land. Via Magolfa, 14. T: 02 89406320. M2 Porta Genova FS. Map E7
ISOLA DISTRICT BERBERÈ — www.berberepizza.it Select pizzas with a focus on vegetarian specialities. Via Sebenico, 21. T: 02 36707820. M5 Isola. Map F1 CRU — www.crumilano.com Natural wine &, artisanal food product in a little cave with fine music. Via Ugo Bassi, 24. T: 342 3040081. M5 Isola. Map F1
ARMANI/RISTORANTE (C/O ARMANI HOTEL MILANO) — www.armanihotelmilano.com. Highclass cuisine in a vibrant atmosphere. Via Manzoni, 31. T: 02 88838888. M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
RATANÀ — www.ratana.it. Creative Lombardy cuisine in an historic location. Via G. de Castillia, 28. T: 02 87128855. M2 Gioia, M2-M5 Garibaldi FS. Map F1
DON CARLOS (C/O GRAND HOTEL ET DE MILAN) — www.ristorantedoncarlos.it Traditional Italian cuisine in a sophisticated atmosphere.
VIVA VIVIANA VARESE (C/O EATALY SMERALDO) — www.aliceristorante.it. Mediterranean high-quality cuisine. Michelin-starred restaurant. Piazza XXV Aprile, 10. T: 02 49497340. M2-M5 Garibaldi FS. Map F2
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TRE CRISTI MILANO — www.trecristimilano.com Historic restaurant offering Mediterraneanbased cuisine. Via Galileo Galilei, 5 corner
For over 150 years, RISTORANTE SAVINI MILANO 1867 has taken diners on a fabulous culinary journey through the traditional flavours of Italian cuisine.
of via Marco Polo. T: 02 29062923. M3 Repubblica. Map G2 RISTORANTE BERTON — www.ristoranteberton.it. Essential haute cuisine. Michelin-starred restaurant. Via della Liberazione, 13. T: 02 67075801. M2-M5 Garibaldi FS, M3 Repubblica. Map F2
VERCELLI-BELFIORE DISTRICT DENZEL — www.denzel.it Kosher restaurant in a welcoming ambience. Via G. Washington, 9. T: 02 48519326. M1 Wagner. MapC4
STAZIONE CENTRALE DISTRICT ACANTO RESTAURANT (C/O HOTEL PRINCIPE DI SAVOIA) — dorchestercollection.com. Classic Italian cuisine by chef Alessandro Buffolino. Piazza della Repubblica, 17. T: 02 62302026. M3 Repubblica. Map G2 SOULGREEN — www.soulgreen.com. An innovative bistro offering gluten-free fare and plant-based products. Piazzale Principessa Clotilde corner of via Vespucci. T: 02 62695162. M3 Repubblica, M2-M5 Garibaldi FS. Map F2 STK MILAN — Modern steakhouse and elegant lounge. Piazza della Repubblica, 13. T: 02 84220110. M3 Repubblica. Map G2
SEMPIONE DISTRICT PECK — www.peck.it. The best of Italian wine and food in the new iconic district of Milan. CityLife Shopping District. Piazza Tre Torri. T: 02 36642660. M5 Tre Torri. Map C2 TANO PASSAMI L’OLIO — www.tanopassamilolio.it. Creative cuisine based on extra virgin olive oil with a Mediterranean flare. Michelin-starred restaurant. Via Petrarca 4. T: 02 8394139. M1 Conciliazione. Map D4
The offerings proposed by chef Stefano Cerveni for TERRAZZA TRIENNALE-OSTETRIA CON VISTA include this dish of ‘Rabbit roll filled with chestnut cream with rosemary and crispy polenta’
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TERRAZZA TRIENNALE OSTERIA CON VISTA — www.osteriaconvista.it High-quality cuisine by Stefano Cerveni, friendly atmosphere, panoramic view. Viale Alemagna, 6. T: 02 36644340. M1-M2 Cadorna FN. Map D3
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Camparino, the ‘new’ aperitivo The historic Camparino in Galleria has re-opened after a meticulous structural and conceptual restyling, focusing on an innovative concept of cuisine created around Campari cocktails. By Chiara Zaccarelli
hat’s more Milanese than an aperitivo? It was in Camparino in Galleria, a legendary locale, situated in an equally noteworthy location, that the Milanese aperitivo ritual achieved its high point. Established in 1915 in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II by Davide Campari, it instantly became a big hit with the Milanese. Today, following an in-depth renovation, it has re-opened its doors to the public with a revamped menu and identity. Campari and starred chef Davide Oldani have teamed up to bring customers a new concept of cuisine, designed to be paired with Campari cocktails. At the new Camparino, Oldani suggests a signature creation called Pan’cot, meaning ‘roasted bread’ in Milanese dialect. 54 W H E R E M I L A N I JMAAY N UA 2017 R Y 2020
This simple, traditional yet versatile dish is interpreted in different versions, and serves as a base for delicious combinations of meat, fish, fruit and vegetables. Oldani’s specialty can be sampled in the Sala Spiritello on the first floor. Alternatively, the Bar di Passo on the ground floor is designed to satisfy the requirements of those on a tighter schedule and offers something for all times of the day. Highlights include a selection of dishes signed by Oldani, as well as a bar and café service, beginning with croissants for breakfast. >> www.camparino.com Piazza del Duomo, 21. T: 02 86464435 M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4
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Owned by fashion brand Dsquared2, this locale is one of the places to be on Milan’s nightlife scene. The venue is a hotspot for the city’s beau monde who flock here to enjoy a glamorous aperitivo on the rooftop of an old 1930s industrial building. In addition to two panoramic swimming pools, the venue boasts an unparalleled view over Porta Nuova and its skyscrapers. Ceresio 7’s Happy Hour includes a series of signature cocktails accompanied by classic finger food. It’s ultra-popular so don’t even think of going there without booking! Open daily 12.30pm-1am. www.ceresio7.com. Via Ceresio, 7. T: 02 31039221. M5 Monumentale. Map E2
Located in the increasingly vibrant Porta Venezia district, Eppol combines a graphic, artistic Milanese background with an atmosphere reminiscent of a 1930s American speakeasy. Eppol is a bistro and cocktail bar renowned for its painstaking attention to the choice of ingredients. Though oriented towards mixology, its cocktail menu is inventive but not overly experimental. Open Mon-Fri 7.30am-1am; Sat-Sun 9.30am-1am. www.eppolmilano.com. Via M. Malpighi, 7. T: 320 0266560. Map H3
Fioraio Bianchi Caffè At this charming retro, Parisian-style bistrot, located in the equally picturesque Brera district, you can enjoy a cocktail or a glass of wine, surrounded by myriad varieties of plants and flowers (on sale), artfully stripped walls and exposed brickwork ceilings. At the aperitivo hour, you can order a cocktail or a glass of wine from the venue’s rich menu, accompanied by a buffet of vegetables, meatballs and other tasty nibbles. Open Mon-Sat 8am-midnight. www.fioraiobianchicaffe.it. Via Montebello, 7. T: 02 29014390. Map F3
Otto The signature dish at this light-filled, highly instagrammable space, is its ‘quadrotto’, squareshaped slice of bread topped with fresh ingredients. Otto is located in the heart of Chinatown, amidst plants and second-hand pieces of furniture. The venue’s aperitivo menu includes a selection of unique, spicy cocktails flavoured with ginger, matcha or lemon grass, as well as the classics, plus a selection of wines and craft beers. At Happy Hour (no buffet included), customers can accompany their drinks with an assortment of platters or dishes all prepared on the same day with high-quality ingredients. Open Tues-Sun 10am-2am; Sun 7pm2am. www.sarpiotto.com. Via P. Sarpi, 8. Map E2
Rita & Cocktails Listed among Italy’s Top 10 cocktail bars, Rita & Cocktails is a great classic on the Milanese cocktail scene. Located on the Naviglio Grande, in a corner that is delightfully detached from the frenzy of the ‘movida’, this locale is a hot favourite with customers from the aperitivo hour until late at night. Behind the counter, longtime owner Edoardo Nono and his partners serve evocatively named cocktails, inspired by their travels around the world. The cocktails, made using only the freshest, primequality ingredients, are accompanied by crudité, canapés and small tasting dishes prepared on-site by the locale’s chef. If you prefer to down a beer and gorge yourself on buffet food, we suggest you head elsewhere. Open daily 6.30pm-2am. Via A. Fumagalli, 1. T: 02 8372865. M2 Porta Genova FS. Map D6
Nottingham Forest Included in the list of 50 best bars in the world, this locale is a true mecca for cocktail enthusiasts. Go there if you enjoy experimentation and are not afraid of unusual consistencies, gelatins, resins, sprouts and molecular essences. Here, amidst Buddhas, Tiki statues, African masks and tropical plants, you’ll find a diverse clientele, all sharing a common objective: a desire to sample unusual, innovative cocktails. Open Tues-Sat 6.30pm-2am; Sun 6pm-1am. www. nottingham-forest.com. Viale Piave, 1. T: 02 798312. M1 Palestro. Map H3
Radio Rooftop Bar This Milanese hotspot, located on the tenth floor of the Me Milan Il Duca hotel, attracts an international clientele and offers a remarkable array of classic cocktails. From sunset onwards, plus points include a breathtaking view over the city, in particular, the Porta Nuova district and its skyscrapers. Another key feature is the music – generally sophisticated house that warms the atmosphere without interrupting conversation. Open Sun-Wed 7pm-1am; Thurs-Sat 7pm-1am. radiorooftop.com. Via Marco Polo, 18. T: 02 84220109. Map G2
Surfer's Den Located on the outskirts of Milan, this charming venue is hidden inside a sports complex and immersed in a semi-wild garden of roses, hydrangeas and surfboards. It’s so far removed from the hustle and bustle of city life that after you’ve sampled one of their cocktails, expertly mixed by its master bartender, you’ll start smelling the sea. Please Note: since this is a sports complex you need a valid annual pass to get in. The pass costs approximately €10. www.surfersden.it. Piazza Caduti del Lavoro, 1. T: 338 5916764. Off Map
The Spirit We’re on the outskirts of Porta Romana, another area that recently saw the opening of numerous locales. In order to gain access to The Spirit, you need to pass through a black, studded door, with a porthole in the middle. Once inside, you’ll find yourself immersed in an ambience reminiscent of a luxurious speakeasy, amidst mahogany counters and lighting adding a touch of intimacy and glamour. The drinks list includes high-quality wines and champagnes, exclusive spirits, the world’s best whiskies, aged bourbons and rare Mezcals, all served by epert bartenders. Open Thurs-Sun 6pm2am. www.thespirit.it. Via Piacenza, 15. T: 02 84570612. Map G7
At the new CAMPARINO IN GALLERIA starred chef Davide Oldani suggests a signature creation called "Pan'cot", a traditional yet versatile dish.
ALL CONCERTS ON THE CALENDAR WILL BE HELD AT AUDITORIUM DI MILANO FONDAZIONE CARIPLO, LARGO GUSTAV MAHLER. www.laverdi.org
SYMPHONIC SEASON › 1 January La Nona Music by Ludwig van Beethoven Christina Daletska Valentina Farcas, soprano, contralto Thomas Laske, bass Lionel Sow, chorus master Claus Peter Flor, conductor › 10, 12 January Così Parlò Zaratustra Music by Ludwig van Beethoven and Richard Strauss Christian Blackshaw, piano Claus Peter Flor, conductor › 16, 17, 19 January Vienna Classica Music by Ludwig van Beethoven and Richard Strauss Christian Blackshaw, piano Claus Peter Flor, conductor › 31 January and 2 February La Fantastica Music by Alessandro Melchiorre, Maurice Ravel and Hector Berlioz Luca Buratto, piano Jader Bignamini, conductor
MUSIC & SCIENCE › 18 January Tutti pazzi per la musica Music by Schumann Ruben Jais, conductor
LAVERDI POPS › 26 January Pink Floyd. A symphonic tribute Giovanni Marziliano, conductor
CHAMBER MUSIC › 19 January (11am) at Teatro Gerolamo Russia Music by Dmitrij Šostakovič and Petr Il'ič Čajkovskij. Domenico Nordio and I Solisti de laVerdi
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When Lombardy and Tuscany meet The Basilica di Sant’Eustorgio, the ancient headquarters of Milan’s Domenican Order, hosts the Portinari Chapel, a masterpiece of Lombard Renaissance. By Giulia Minero
he Basilica di Sant’Eustorgio was built upon the spot where, according to tradition, the stone sarcophagus containing the remains of the Three Kings, donated to Sant’Eustorgio by Constantine I, was left during its onward journey to the Basilica of Santa Tecla. However, the biggest draw at this large Neo-Romanesque church, which still hosts a part of the remains, is the Portinari Chapel, one of the most important masterpieces of Lombard Renaissance in Milan. The chapel, built between 1462 and 1468 in honour of St. Peter Martyr, was commissioned by the Florentine nobleman Pigello Portinari. It is a surprising example of the interplay between typical Florentine architecture, represented by a small apse and a main 56 W H E R E M I L A N I JMAAY N UA 2017 R Y 2020
square-plan space surmounted by a dome, and Milanese decorative elements. The cycle of frescoes by Vincenzo Foppa, located beneath the multi-coloured sixteen-section dome, interacts with the monumental Carrara marble ark of St. Peter Martyr, comprising a sarcophagus, with eight tiles featuring scenes from the life of the saint, interspersed with eight figures of saints. Eight oculi depict the four Fathers of the Church, Saint Eustorgius, Saint Thomas, Saint Peter and Saint Paul, while the altar shows a portrait of its donor, Pigello Portinari. >> Basilica di Sant’Eustorgio Piazza Sant’Eustorgio, 1. M2 Porta Genova FS. Map E6 chiostrisanteustorgio.it
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fashion designers offer their creations. M3 Montenapoleone, M1 San Babila. Map F4-G4
Ambrosiana, Picture Gallery and Library
The Navigli are a widespread network of canals whose history is linked to the genius of Leonardo da Vinci. One of the most vibrant districts in the city, it boasts small artisan workshops and painter’s studios reminiscent of those found on the left bank in Paris. Don’t miss a visit to the Darsena, renewed a few years ago. You can reach the Navigli with the new D Line of the CitySightseeing Milano (Navigli stop, from 2.30pm to 6pm). Alzaia Naviglio Grande, 4. M2 Porta Genova FS. Map E6
The Ambrosiana picture gallery contains several exquisite works of art from the 15th through 17th centuries and includes “The Musician”, attributed to Leonardo, Raphael’s cartoon for the “School of Athens” fresco and Caravaggio’s “Basket of Fruit”. The Ambrosiana library contains one million books including manuscripts and prints. www.ambrosiana.it. Piazza Pio XI, 2. T: 02 806921. M1-M3 Duomo, M1 Cordusio. Map F5
Castello Sforzesco The ancient seat of the ruling Visconti, it houses a number of interesting museums and libraries. Its park is a favourite with old and young alike. Open daily 7am-6pm (winter time); 7am-7.30pm (summer time); Thurs 7am-10.30pm. Free admission. www.milanocastello.it. Piazza Castello. M1-M2 Cadorna FN, M1 Cairoli, M2 Lanza. Map E4
Duomo Among one of the most important Gothic buildings in the world, the church, constructed on and off over a period of 450 years (begun 1386) is the symbol of Milan. The cathedral is open daily 8am-7pm. The recently renovated Museo del Duomo (10am-6pm) houses hundreds of works of art dating from the 15th century to the present day. MAJESTIC TERRACES To experience the Duomo at its most majestic you must ascend to the roof (either by elevator or by steps) where you will be surrounded by an outburst of pinnacles and the famed golden “Madonnina”. www.duomomilano.it. Piazza Duomo. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4
Porta Nuova District Three glass towers and a piazza elevated six metres above the street, near the Garibaldi Railway Station and the ultra-trendy Corso Como: the scenic piazza Gae Aulenti is an innovative business hub hosting new boutiques. Via Melchiorre Gioia-Corso Como and surrounding area. M2-M5 Garibaldi FS. Map F2
St. Ambrose Basilica One of the most ancient churches in Milan, it was built by St Ambrose (patron of the city) in 379-386 A.D., in an area where numerous martyrs had been buried. The church is a wonderful example of Romanesque style. Free admission. www. basilicasantambrogio.it. Piazza Sant’Ambrogio, 15. T: 02 86450895. M2 Sant’Ambrogio. Map E5
Teatro alla Scala A few steps from the Duomo, the Teatro alla Scala - designed by Piermarini - was inaugurated in 1778 with an opera by Antonio Salieri. Most of Italy’s greatest operatic artists and many of the finest singers from around the world have appeared at La Scala during the past 200 years. Lying adjacent to the theatre, the Museo Teatrale and the Scala Shop (T: 02 45483257) are not to be missed destinations for ballet and opera lovers. www.teatroallascala.org. Piazza della Scala. T: 02 72003744. M1-M3 Duomo, M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
MUSEUMS & EXHIBITION SITES Ambrosiana Picture Gallery The Ambrosiana picture gallery contains several exquisite works of art from the 15th through 17th centuries and includes “The Musician”, attributed to Leonardo, Raphael’s cartoon for the “School of Athens” fresco and Caravaggio’s “Basket of Fruit”. Don't miss the "Leonardo da Vinci tour" organized by Zani Viaggi (www.zaniviaggi.it). Open Tues-Sun 9am7pm. Admission fee €15, €10 for the adjacent Bramante Sacristy, €20 for group tickets. www.ambrosiana.it. Piazza Pio XI, 2. T: 02 806921. M1-M3 Duomo, M1 Cordusio. Map F5
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II The Galleria with its elegant, four-storey arcade, housing over 55 luxury cafés and famous designer shops, is covered by a glass barrel vault and a beautiful glass cupola and measures 196 metres in length. Tradition has it that placing your right heel on the bull, depicted in the mosaic on the floor, and then spinning around inside it, will bring good luck. Don’t miss the Leonardo3-The World of Leonardo da Vinci exhibition with new discoveries: codices, machines, paintings and drawings (from Piazza della Scala at the entrance of the Galleria. Audio guide in Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Open daily 9.30am-10.30pm. T: 02 49519981. www. leonardo3.net). Map F4
Last Supper (The) One of the most famous attractions in the world, the “Cenacolo” by Leonardo da Vinci is a large 15th century mural painting representing the scene of the last supper of Jesus narrated in the Gospel. It can be found in the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Reservation required. www. cenacolovinciano.net. Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie, 2. T: 02 92800360. M1-M2 Cadorna FN, M1 Conciliazione. Map D4
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French, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese. Open daily 9.30am-10.30, including holidays. www. leonardo3.net. Piazza della Scala (entrance from inside the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele I). Map F4
MIC-Interactive Museum of Cinema The museum offers visitors an innovative experience, where they can interact with ad hoc devices and applications, dub films, edit footage, consult the film library, and use dynamic maps to find out which locations in Milan were used to shoot movies and locate cinemas in the city. Don’t miss the Historic Archives whose entire body of film has been transformed into an augmented living museum. Open Tues-Thurs, Sat and Sun 3pm-7pm; Fri 3pm-9pm. www.cinetecamilano.it. Viale Fulvio Testi, 121. T: 02 87242114. M5 Bicocca. Off Map
MUDEC – Museum of Cultures
THE LAST SUPPER FREE ADMISSION On 30 January from 7.30pm to 10pm you can visit Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece free-ofcharge by booking your ticket one week in advance (T: 800 990084 - 02 92800360). Other tickets are also available, from 7pm onwards, at the museum’s ticket office on that evening. Museo del Cenacolo Vinciano. Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie, 2.
MUDEC is a multi-disciplinary hub dedicated to cultures of the world, featuring different spaces that offer visitors a multiplicity of cultural proposals and services, spread out over 17,000 sq.m.: rooms hosting the museum’s collection and temporary exhibitions, an auditorium, a bistrot, a design store, a cafeteria, a restaurant, a library, workshops and a junior space. Open Mon 2.30pm-7.30pm; Tues, Wed, Fri, Sun 9.30am7.30pm; Thurs, Sat 9.30am-10.30pm. www.mudec. it. T: 02 54917. Via Tortona, 56.M2 Porta Genova. Map C6
Gallerie d’Italia-Piazza Scala
Leonardo3 – The World of Leonardo
MUST-SEE The Gallerie d’Italia-Piazza Scala are housed in three historic buildings overlooking Milan’s elegant via Manzoni, piazza della Scala and via Morone. Two buildings host masterpieces of 19th century Italian art from the collections of Fondazione Cariplo and Intesa Sanpaolo: the opulent Neo-classical rooms of Palazzo Anguissola and the 19th century Palazzo Brentani. A new section features 20th century masterpieces from the Intesa Sanpaolo collections. Open: Tues-Sun 9.30am-7.30pm. Thurs 9.30am-10.30pm. Closed on Monday. Full price ticket €10. www.gallerieditalia. com. Piazza della Scala, 6. T: 800.167619. M1-M3 Duomo, M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
The exhibit allows visitors to appreciate the many sides of Leonardo da Vinci’s technical and artistic production with interactive stations, fully functioning maschines made from studying Leonardo’s manuscripts, unprecedented physical reconstructions, digital restorations and threedimensional reconstructions of his creations. This is the only place in the world where visitors can see a reconstruction of “The Last Supper” as it was 500 year ago, when Leonardo painted it. The exhibit is produced bt the Leonardo3 (L3) Research Center. All interactive experiences are both in English and Italian and the audio guides are available in Italian, English, Russian, German,
Shoah Memorial of Milan
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Musei del Castello Sforzesco Antique art, paintings, period furniture, sculptures and musical instruments are housed in Castello Sforzesco’s precious treasure trove. The building alone is well worth a visit. Tues-Sun 9am-5.30pm, closed on Mondays. Full price ticket €5. Free admittance: after 4.30pm every day except Fri; always free for children under 18. www.milanocastello.it. Piazza Castello. T: 02 88463703. M1-M2 Cadorna FN, M1 Cairoli, M2 Lanza.Map D3
Museo del Duomo Totally refurbished in 2013, the museum houses and highlights all the material not presently
The Shoah Memorial of Milan is located in an area under the railway tracks of the Central Station, where mail was loaded and offloaded. This was the place where, between 1943 and 1945, sheltered from preying eyes, thousands of Jews and political deportees were loaded onto freight cars, via an elevator platform that was used to lift such cars up to the main platform. These transports were then connected to convoys leaving for Auschwitz-Birkenau and other German camps, or Italian camps such as Fossoli and Bolzano. Among all the places used as deportation sites in Europe, the Memorial is the only one that has remained intact. Today it is a commemorative place that honours
the victims of the mass extermination, and also represents a ‘living, educational memorial’ where people can actively experience the tragedy of the Shoah. More than 100,000 visitors, including 60,000 students, have had a chance to experience and gain insight into this place of enormous existential and emotional significance. www.memorialeshoah.it 27 JANUARY HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE DAY The Shoah Memorial of Milan pays tribute to the National Holocaust Remembrance Day – on the day of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi camp – with special initiatives that include guided tours to the Memorial.
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in use in the Duomo, linked to its history and construction. Comprising 2,000 square metres of space, twenty seven rooms and thirteen thematic areas, the museum hosts more than two hundred sculptures and over seven hundred gypsum models and then again paintings, stained glass windows, tapestries and architectural models ranging from the 15th century to the present day. Worthy of particular note are the rooms of the Tesoro, Tintoretto’s “Jesus Among the Doctors”, the imposing wooden model of the cathedral built in 1519 and the tiles of the fifth door of the Duomo by Lucio Fontana and Luciano Minguzzi. Open Tues-Sun 10am-6pm. Closed on Wednesday and 1 January, 1 May, 25 December. Full price ticket €6. Cumulative ticket 15€ (Terraces of the Duomo by lift, Museum and Tesoro and the Baptistery of San Giovanni alle Fonti). http://museo.duomomilano.it. Palazzo Reale, piazza Duomo, 12. T: 02 72022656. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F5
Museo del Novecento One of the youngest museums in the city, lying adjacent to the Duomo, hosts more than 400 20th century masterpieces of Italian and international art – ranging from Fontana to Picasso – at the Palazzo dell’Arengario. Don’t miss a sight of Piazza Duomo from the “Sala Fontana”. Mon 2.30pm-7.30pm; Tues-Wed-Fri and Sun 9.30am-7.30pm; Thurs-Sat 9.30am-10.30pm. Full ticket €10. Tourist MuseumCard (3-day pass for unlimited access to Civic Museums in Milan): €12. www.museodelnovecento.org. Piazza Duomo. T: 02 88444061. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F5
Museo di Storia Naturale Home to valuable mineral, botanical and zoological collections. Highlights include a large fossil collection, reconstructions of extinct animals and dioramas with stuffed animals shown in their natural habitats originating both from Europe and other exotic places. It contains the only dinosaur skeleton existing in Italy. Open Tues-Sun 9am-5.30pm. Full price ticket €3 (free admission on Friday afternoon). www.comune. milano.it/museostorianaturale. Corso Venezia, 55. T: 02 88463337. M1 Palestro. Map G3
Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci Housed in a 16th century monastery, this is one of the most important museums of science and technology in the world. Its collections explore the relationship between men and machines starting from the ingenious inventions of the world famous Leonardo da Vinci. Open Tues-Fri 9.30am-5.00pm; Sat, Sun and Holidays 9.30am6.30pm. Full ticket €10 + Guided tour inside the Enrico Toti submarine €8. www.museoscienza. org. Via San Vittore, 21. T: 02 48555558. M2 Sant’Ambrogio. Map D5
Museo Teatrale alla Scala Founded in 1913, it recently underwent an important makeover and is dedicated to the history of the famous Milan Opera House with a vast collection of musical instruments and documents dedicated to famous musicians, including Verdi and Toscanini. Visitors can look into the theatre, provided there are no rehearsals, or admire the “machine” that gives stage directions. Open Mon-Sun (except holidays) 9am12.30am/1.30pm-5.30pm. Full ticket €6. Museo Teatrale alla Scala + Museo Poldi Pezzoli €9 (Monday only). www.teatroallascala.org. Largo A.
Ghiringhelli, 1 corner of Piazza della Scala. T: 02 88792473. T: 02 7423. M1-M3 Duomo, M3 Montenapoleone. Map F4
PAC – Contemporary Art Pavilion Completed in 1996, this 1,200 sq.m. space is the most important exhibition centre for contemporary art in Milan, boasting a garden area for sculptures, a raised floor for paintings and a balcony for photos and graphic works. Fully accessible by the disabled. Open Tues-Sun 9.30am- 7.30pm; Thurs 9.30am-10.30pm (only during the exhibitions). Full price ticket €8. www.pacmilano.it. Via Palestro, 14. T: 02 88446359. M1 Palestro, M3 Turati. Map G3
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Palazzo Reale Formerly the residence of all those who governed Milan, from Napoleon to the Royal House of Savoy, the Royal Palace is currently one of the most important cultural centres in the city, hosting exhibitions of international renown. Open Mon 2.30pm-7.30pm; Tues-Wed-Fri-Sun 9.30am7.30pm; Thurs and Sat 9.30am-10.30pm. www.comune.milano.it/palazzoreale. Piazza Duomo, 12. T: 02 88465230. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F5
Pinacoteca di Brera Opened to the public in 1809, the Pinacoteca di Brera is located in the Neo-classical building of the same name which also houses other cultural institutions including the Braidense Library, the Astronomical Observatory, the Botanical Gardens, the Istituto Lombardo Accademia di Scienze e Lettere and the Academy of Fine Arts. The Pinacoteca hosts one of the most spectacular collections of art in Italy. The new layouts of its rooms is scheduled for completion by 2018. Open Tues-Sun 8.30am-7.15pm (Thurs 8.30am-10.15pm, the entrance price is 2 euro starting from 6pm until 10.15pm - ticket office closure at 9.40pm). Full ticket price €10. pinacotecabrera.org. Via Brera, 28. T: 02 722631. M2 Lanza, M3 Montenapoleone. Map F3
Pirelli HangarBicocca A former industrial plant, HangarBicocca is a lively cultural space dedicated to the production, display and promotion of contemporary art. Permanent exhibitions include “I Sette Palazzi Celesti”, the monumental towers created by German artist Anselm Kiefer and an installation by Fausto Melotti “La Sequenza”, located outside. HangarBicocca features a number of spaces designed to accommodate various initiatives and free events. Open Thurs-Sun 11am-11pm. Closed on Mon-Tues-Wed. Free admission. www.hangarbicocca.org. Via Chiese, 2. T: 02 661115 73. M5 Ponale. Off Map
Shortly after opening its doors to the public, MIC (Italian Film Library Foundation), an absolute must-visit for film buffs, was ranked among the 20 most widely visited museums in Milan. Housed in a former tobacco factory, an industrial site of historic interest, it was recently converted into an interactive cultural hub dedicated to films. The museum offers visitors an innovative experience where they can interact with devices and applications, dub films, create soundtracks, edit footage, improve their knowledge thanks to a vast library, and use dynamic maps to find out which locations in Milan were used to shoot movies and locate cinemas in the city, even those that are no longer operative. But there’s more. The journey continues in the Film Archive, which houses a log of films that are generally inaccessible to the public. These include 25,000 titles, including ‘Rocco and His Brothers’ and ‘Blade Runner’. By wearing a pair of Epson Moverio BT smart glasses and headphones, visitors simply look at the QR codes next to exhibits. This triggers video and audio content in qHD (Quad High Definition). The museum also boasts a rich program of events, exhibitions and screenings. MIC-Museo Interattivo del Cinema Viale Fulvio Testi, 121. T: 02 87242114. www.cinetecamilano.it
Triennale Milano The Triennale Milano is one of the most vibrant, popular and important exhibition centres in the city. Featuring annually changing exhibitions of note, it also owns the most important permanent collection of design works. This fantastic museum is brimming with endless installations originating from brilliant minds all over the world. It has a superb media library on design, art and architecture. Open Tues-Sun 10.30am-8.30pm (last admission 1 hour before closing time). Closed on Monday. Full ticket €10. www.triennale.org. Viale E. Alemagna, 6. T: 02 724341. M1-M2 Cadorna FN. Map D3 w w w.wh e re t ravel e r. com 59
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GETTING AROUND MILAN ATM - Azienda Trasporti Milanesi – Local Public Transport Company Open daily 7.30am-7.30pm. www.atm.it. T: 02 48607607 (7.30am-7.30pm). Lost and Found on ATM Vehicles: Mon-Fri 8.30am-4pm. Via Friuli, 30. T: 02 88453900. Ordinary ticket (2€) Valid for 90 minutes. Can be used on buses, trams or the metro Day ticket (7€) Valid 24h. Unlimited travel on buses, trams and the metro. Three-day ticket (12€) Valid for 3 consecutive days from the day of the first validation until the end of the service on the third day. Unlimited travel on buses, trams and the metro. Check rates for the extra-urban subway. https://nuovosistematariffario.atm.it/en/ Where to buy your ticket: from all authorized ticket sellers, ATM POINTs (Duomo M1-M3, Centrale M2-M3, Cadorna M1-M2, Garibaldi M2-M5, Loreto M1-M2, Romolo M2). and automatic ticket vendors. 60 W H E R E M I L A N I J A N UA R Y 2020
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Hallmark red double-decker bus. 7 days a week, all year around. 48 hours: ticket valid for 4 lines, over 40 stops. 10 language commentary. Prices: Adults (1 day) € 22 - (48 hours) € 25 – (72 hours) € 28 - reduced € 10. Departure: Foro Bonaparte 12, in front of Zani Viaggi/Milan Visitor Center (M1 Cairoli). T: 02 867131. You can join the tour from any stop. Tickets on board, in hotels and authorized agencies or on internet. A new electric bus is available. A Line: Castello, Cenacolo, Sant'Ambrogio, Navigli, Università Statale, Duomo, La Scala, Arena. B Line: Castello, Triennale, Corso Como, Stazione Centrale, Buenos Aires, San Babila, Brera. C Line: Castello, Garibaldi, Monumentale, Fieramilanocity, Stadio San Siro, Parco Sempione. D Line: Castello, Cadorna, Navigli. Purchase your Combo tickets for top attractions on board at special prices. www.milano.city-sightseeing.it Map E4
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Tourist Information INFOPOINT - TOURIST OFFICE OF MILAN Piazza Duomo, 14 Multilingual tourist assistance and information; free distribution of maps and brochures. Open Mon-Fri 9am-7pm; Sat-Sun and holidays 10am-1pm. T: 02 88455555 - www.yesmilano.it firstname.lastname@example.org You can also find tourist information in the brand new office: YESMILANO TOURISM SPACE-CAMERA DI COMMERCIO & COMUNE DI MILANO Palazzo Giureconsulti - Via dei Mercanti 8 A highly-digital environment created to "immerse" visitors into a multi-sensory and technological experience. Open Mon-Fri 9am6.30pm; Sat-Sun and holidays 1.30pm-5.30pm T: 02 85155931 - www.yesmilano.it email@example.com
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• EUROPEAN EMERGENCY NUMBER. 112
112 is the unique European Emergency Number created to provide all European citizens with a single number: Ambulance, Firefighters, Police. • PASSPORTS Questura di Milano, via Fatebenefratelli, 11. T: 02 62261
Street markets (see map pages 62-63) 1. FIERA DI SINIGAGLIA STREET MARKET– The only “flea market” in Milan, it attracts a varied public ranging from collectors to bargain hunters. Saturdays. www.fieradisinigaglia.it Ripa di Porta Ticinese (from via Paoli to via Bersanti) 2. NAVIGLIO GRANDE ANTIQUE MARKET – A “not-to-be-missed” date for collectors the world over. Last Sunday of every month. Naviglio Grande, from the Darsena to the bridge in via Valenza. M2 Porta Genova FS. 3. MERCATINO FILATELICO (STAMPS AND COINS) – A historic market and the third largest in Europe. Open on Sundays and weekdays. Via Armorari, Via Cordusio, Via C. Cantù, Galleria Cordusio. M1 Cordusio, M1- M3 Duomo. 4. VIALE PAPINIANO STREET MARKET – Held twice-weekly, this is Milan’s largest street market. Tuesdays and Saturdays. Viale Papiniano. M2 Sant’Agostino. 5. ANTIQUE AND SECOND-HAND BOOK MARKET – A monthly appointment for booksellers from all over the world. Every second Sunday of the month (excluding the months of July and August). Piazza Diaz. M1-M3 Duomo. 6. CASCINA CUCCAGNA – A 17th century farmhouse in Milan hosting a farmers’ food market. Every Tuesday, from 3.30pm to 8pm. www.cuccagna.org. Via Cuccagna, corner of via Muratori. 7. EAST MARKET – A pure East London-inspired market boasting vintage or second-hand clothes and accessories, as well as street food. Every third Sunday of the month, 10am-9pm. www.eastmarketmilano.com. Via Mecenate, 84 8. MERCATINO ANTIQUARIATO E BROCANTAGE DI BRERA Every third Sunday of the month
in the charming Brera district, from 9am to 6pm. Via Fiori Chiari-via Madonnina – via Formentini. M2 Lanza. 9. VIA FAUCHÉ STREET MARKET– Very appreciated
by the fashionistas. You can find discounted clothes and shoes of the most prestigious Italian stylists. Twice a week, every Tuesday (7.30am-1pm) and Saturday (7.30am-5pm). 10. MERCATO DEL SUFFRAGIO – Municipal market
in corso XXII Marzo. From Tuesday to Saturday (7.30am-11pm) and Sunday (7.30am-4pm).
Trains TRENITALIA - National Railway Company
Info T: 892021. www.trenitalia.com Milan offers fast-track access to major cities across Italy thanks to its high-speed trains. • Turin: 55 min • Bologna: 1 hour • Florence: 1 hour 40 min • Venice: 2 hours 35 min • Rome: 2 hours 55 min • Naples: 4 hours 15 min ITALO - High Speed Rail. Info T: 060708. Italo Assistance T: 892020. www.italotreno.it
TRENORD - Malpensa Express - Regional & Suburban
Railway . Info T: 02 72494949. Mon-Sun 7am-9pm. www.trenord.it. The MALPENSA EXPRESS (www.malpensaexpress.it) links the centre of Milan with the intercontinental hub at Malpensa Airport (Terminal 1 & Terminal 2) with 146 trains a day, between 4.27am and 00.20am. 68 trips to and from Milano Centrale (also stopping at Milano Porta Garibaldi) and 78 to and from Milano Cadorna.
Airports MILANO MALPENSA (MXP) (45 km from the centre of Milan - A8 direction Varese). Flight and bus info T: 02 232323. www.milanomalpensa-airport.com • Connection to Milano Malpensa Bus > from the Central Station (Stazione Centrale, corner Piazza IV Novembre). Travel time 50’. Air Pullman (www.malpensashuttle.com) Ticket € 10. T: 02 58583185; Terravision (www.terravision.eu) € 8; Autostradale
(www.autostradale.it) Ticket € 8. T: 02 72001304. Train > from the Central Station (Stazione Centrale). Travel time 50’ ca. It is possible to reach Malpensa also from the Garibaldi FS Station. Ticket € 13. www.trenitalia.com Train > from Cadorna Station. Travel time 40' ca. Trenord (www.malpensaexpress.it). Ticket € 13. (www.trenord.it). T: 02 72494949. MILANO LINATE (LIN) (6 km from the centre of Milan). Flight information 24h-24h T: 02 232323 (call center). www.milanolinate-airport.com ORIO AL SERIO (BGY) (45 km from the centre of Milan – A4 direction Bergamo). Flights and bus info 24h-24h. T: 035 326323. www.orioaeroporto.it. • Connection to Orio al Serio-Bergamo Bus from the Central Station (Stazione Centrale, corner Piazza Luigi di Savoia). Travel time 60’. Orioshuttle (www.orioshuttle.com). T: 035 330706; Autostradale (www.autostradale.it). T: 035 322915; Terravision (www.terravision.eu) Ticket € 5. w w w.wh e re t ravel e r. com 61
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