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  • The ultimate guide to Milan!

    Milan is a city like no other: one moment, you’re surrounded by Roman ruins and the next, you’re gazing up at skyscrapers! I’ll be the first to admit that this metropolis isn’t for everyone – certainly if you’re looking for a typically Italian place, you...

    0 by Madeline, 4 months ago
  • 5 places to grab Street food in Milano

    I spent six months in Milano and going out to eat could not just be about pizza, pasta or doing an Aperitivo... So I have selected a few of my favourite Street Food places to share with all of you readers of this blog. Let’s start! Luini – zona Duomo The very well...

    0 by Catarina, 4 months ago
  • What to see in Milan in 2 days

    What to see in Milan in 2 days If you don't have much time, lots of motivation and you don't know what to see in Milan in two days, in this article, I'm going to tell you how to get the most out of your visit to Milan in only a couple of days, so don't worry about it...

    0 by Beth, 8 months ago
  • Aperitivando a Milano

    How does a Spritz sound? A Negroni? Sex on the Beach? A Long Island? Or what about a nice, simple glass of wine? If you go to one of the many bars in Milan, you'll be spoiled for choice. Source But wait, what does "aperitivo" even mean? The wise guys among you will...

    0 by Andy, 11 months ago
  • The best way to come to Milan | Travel guide for Milan

    What you need to know before you come to Milan Wie man am besten nach Mailand kommt Have you chosen to take a short vacation to Milan? Or are you already on the way to Sicily and want to make a small stop in the fashion capital? Or maybe you are lucky and can spend a...

    0 by Cathy, 11 months ago
  • Milan travel guide

    As we are coming close to the end of this competition, and with that also to the end of my regular article posting here, I wanted to do a sort of “recap article” about what to visit in Milan if you are planning to come and visit this city for a few days. In the...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • Palazzo Brera

    The Palazzo Brera is another one of the many places in Milan where you can see art under many forms. The Palazzo Brera is located in the Brera neighborhood (which makes sense, right? ). Inside, you can find cultural institutions, like the Brera Library, the Astronomic...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • East Market Milano

    Today, a rainy and lazy Sunday, I went to one of the East Market Milano event. This is actually a flea market, taking place in a warehouse in Milan. This event is quite popular here among the young people and I thought about going before but I couldn't, and today I...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • Coffee shops in Milan

    Since coffee is so popular in Italy, you can basically find it almost anywhere in Milan: bar, restaurants, relaxing coffee shops etc. offer it at a very cheap price (some types of coffee cost less than €1 in these places, so yeah indeed very cheap). But if, like me,...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • Visit to the Pirelli HangarBicocca

    Today I went to visit another museum in Milan (well on the border of Milan really, but it’s still accessible to the red metro line). It’s called the Pirelli HangarBicocca. Some of my friends went there and from the pictures that I saw it looked like it was another...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • Milan under snow

    It’s been quite cold in Milan for the past few months, and more specifically the last couple weeks, and 2 days ago what we were kind of all expecting (since it was happening in all the rest of Italy, even in the South) happened: the snow came to Milan. Some of us...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • Palazzo Lombardia

    The last few days have been quite busy, but today I finally took the time to go out again and visit new things in Milan. I went to a spot that I found out about only a couple weeks ago and that I immediately wanted to go to: the Belvedere di Palazzo Lombardia, a.k.a a...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • Best times to visit the Duomo

    The Duomo (which would be translated into Cathedral) is definitely the main landmark and the most popular monument in Milan. Whether you come here as a tourist or for your Erasmus, it’s probably the first thing that you will go to see, just like everybody else. As...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • Trips to other Italian cities, departing from Milan

    Not only is Milan famous in the whole world for fashion, it’s also known in Europe to be an important hub when it comes to travelling. It’s located quite in the middle of Europe, so it makes it very easy to access other Italian cities and European countries from...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • Day trip to Varenna & Bellagio

    Today I want to write about the trip that I did just yesterday to the Como Lake (yes again: I can’t get enough of this place, it's so beautiful! ), and more precisely to the villages of Varenna and Bellagio. It was not my first time going to the Como Lake, but it was...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • CityLife Park

    I went to the CityLife Park today to enjoy the sunshine after this cold winter and I felt like writing a small post about this it to let you know more about this place and show you some pictures. It’s a pretty new and very nice and green place in Milan, a little...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • Free / discounted activities in Milan

    As some / most of you will, I guess, visit Milan as a student (or even do a whole Erasmus here), I thought it would be a good idea to make a post about things that you can do for free, or for which you can get a discount on the entry ticket in Milan with the status of...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • 5 Souvenirs from Milan!

    It's Christmas time or time to go home after Erasmus, so, it is normal that the demand for souvenirs to take for the family and friends increases. It is not always easy to choose, have creative ideas and stay within the budget, especially in a city that is a capital of...

    0 by Vera, one year ago
  • Most frequently asked questions about life in Milan

    Source As I get quite a few questions from people who could possibly be interested in living in Milan or just coming here to visit, I thought I would make a post with my answers to these questions and to let other people who may not have the chance of knowing somebody...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • What to see (and do) in Milan

    As it is a big city (the second biggest in Italy! ), Milan offers many things to see. Whether you like historical monuments or modern buildings, being surrounded by a crowd of people or having your space to wander, there will be something for you to do and appreciate in...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago

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