City Guide
Februar 22, 2023
 Milano City Guide
Considered by many an atypical Italian tourist destination. Milan stands out not only because of its historical landmarks but also due to its hyper-modern atmosphere. A versatile city like not many others in Europe with exemplary architecture from many periods: The Renaissance church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, the 19th century shopping arcade known as Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, or the Bosco Verticale are just a few examples.
The city of Milan is one of the top references to European and Italian fashion. Home to all the major design showrooms and an endless round of trade fairs, including Salone Internazionale del Mobile and its ever-popular sidekick, the free Fuorisalone.
In Milano, creativity is big business, and looking good is an art form. Whether you're visiting for Fashion Week or heading off on a business trip soon, at VOCIER, we have curated the best places to make the most of your stay in this magnificent city.
Standing breakfast at Sissi. Great cappuccino with unique brioche variations.
Crosta.Of course, pizza! -one of the best in Italy. The dough is light, and the toppings are unusual: the eggplant hummus and the lemon peel perfume make it unique.
Da Giacomo for perfect classic Milanese cuisine.
Camparino in the Galleria Vittorio Emmanuelle: Try the Negroni variations.
L’ Angolo di Casa for a less mainstream approach. Polished restaurant with a glass-enclosed terrace offering a seafood-focused menu.
A’ Riccione. Fish restaurant serving modern Italian pasta specialties, oysters & seafood platters. It has a view from the top of the Brian and Barry Building lounge bar is also great for aperitivo!
Duomo, is Milan’s famous Cathedral sitting in the monumental Piazza Duomo, where you can find Milan’s top department store Il Rinascente. 
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Giuseppe Mengoni’s 19th-century wonder of metal and glass architecture features the magnificent glass dome and is lined with luxury shops and bars connecting Piazza Duomo with Piazza della Scala.
Castello Sforzesco is a 15- 16th-century stronghold of the Sforza dynasty, one of Milan’s historical rulers.
Brera district has the trendiest restaurants in an artsy bohemian neighborhood housing the Pinacoteca di Brera, arguably Milan’s top museum.
Navigli. Along the old canals plenty of small stores and exciting bars and restaurants.
Quadrilatero d’Oro, is where all major fashion houses have their flagship stores.

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