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Stay in Milan

Stay in Milan
Hotel Manzoni
In the middle of the fashion quarter, the Manzoni bucks the trend and scores points with old school luxury instead of modern art. Not to worry: at least you know what to expect. Remember the times of Italian marble, dark wood-panelling and striped carpeting?   This hotels combines classic charm with modern facilities; combining W-LAN with parquet floors and herringbone patterns, antiquated curtain cords with LCD TVs and the piano in the bar, along with the turkish bath in the spa area.   The kitchen serves the holy trinity of Milan, Italian and international cuisine, the breakfast buffet is a knock-out and the wine list hosts only the finest wines. Those who stay at this hotel have no need to show off, because this hotel simply exudes appeal. Double rooms are available from 230 euros per night.
Nhow Milano
Hotel Delizia

Eat in Milan

Eat in Milan
Bagutta
The Bagutta in Milan is an institution. Culinary Italy fans don't get around it. It can be found amidst the city, near the exclusive fashion street Via della Spiga.   Classic and Italian. That's how the menu could be described which catches your sight at the entrance. But thereby not only the latest one is referred to but also the 170 historic menus which cover a large part of the walls in the restaurant. The idea developed around 70 years ago, in a night when the rules for the first Italian literary prize was scribbled down on a paper here. Already back then many writers, journalists, painters, actors and photographers came and enjoyed the simple character of the dignified building.   The artists remained, but today also business people like to meet in the trattoria which is furnished with heavy furniture and dark wooden floors. They choose between Northern Italian specialities like spaghetti with wild boar sugo or deep-fried artichokes.
Ö.Nationalbibliothek
Ricerca Alimentar

Sights in Milan

Sights in Milan
Cimitero
The designers were in a state of despair: All the hotels were already styled. The people in the city as well. What was left to do? Take the day off and go home? Then they came up with the brilliant idea: Add the designer's touch to the cemeteries! Out came the sketchbook and voila! The Grim Reaper was given a new look! The black cloak was so out anyway! The Cimiterio Monumentale is no longer just a tale from the crypt, but a masterpiece of symbolism and realism. Visitor's jaws will drop when confronted with decorated tombs that would otherwise only be found in Egypt; crypts in pyramid forms, giant angels with spread wings and eternal expressions of anguish that so vivid that they are startling. Carlo Maciachini was responsible for establishing the cemetery in 1863 as he recognised the beauty in death. Luca Beltrami, Adolfo Wildt, Francesco Messina and other artists also had the same morbid motives and gave their very best to tastefully style eternal rest. A must see, not just for goths.
Museo del Cinema
La Triennale

Shopping in Milan

Shopping in Milan
Il Salvagente
A garage sale in designer fashion-clothing. The reverred Il Salvagante outlet store offers smashing fashion at knock-out prices. Shoppers here will need sharp elbows as you won't get those sought-after Helmut Lang jeans without a bit of push and shove! You will have to bring your boxing gloves if you're aiming for anything Prada and extend your claws if you're set on a Gucci outfit. The clientele here is a bit like the big brands on offer: from the past, but still in top-form. Daggers will be drawn if you get in the way of the bargain-hunting fine ladies. And the more money they have, the more they insist on their discounts. It may sound strange, but it is well worth participating the bustle and tussle. Although you may come away with a few bruises, both your wardrobe and your purse will thank you for it. If you make it here, then you can make it anywhere!
Boffi
Spalding

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