In the pre-Christmas period, a magical atmosphere reigns in the city. Glittering lights, ice rinks and markets, Christmas markets, Prima della Scala, panettone flavors and Christmas sweets create a real holiday atmosphere in Milan.
The most anticipated event of spring is back in Milan: Piano City Milano 2019! 450 free concerts in three days in the most unexpected places of the city: in parks and villas, in courtyards and libraries.
This month, the city is expecting a lot of interesting events. What not to miss in Milan in the month of March.10 of the most interesting events in March: GARAGE MARKET and SAGRA DELLE FRITTELLE In the dance hall you can visit the flea
The holiday is definitely connected with dressing up and masquerades. Every year, many tourists come to Italy to take part in colorful processions and watch the masquerade.
December in Milan brings to the city an incredibly magical Christmas atmosphere, every day it is more and more felt in the city. Christmas fairs held on the eve of winter holidays, musical performances and concerts, exhibitions and other New Year's events please residents and guests of Milan.
For those looking for interesting places to visit in Milan, I suggest that you take a look at the Isola quarter, which has recently become very popular for its abundance of bars, restaurants and other interesting places where you can have a great evening
Every last Sunday of the month on the channel Navigli do not miss the antique market. A great opportunity for collectible vintage hunters to find original things or buy interesting souvenirs. Rare antique furniture, watches
The story of the "campanile" begins in 1860, when Gaspare Campari began serving its spicy, bitter, spicy red beverage at the Cafe Campari in Novara. In the same year, he founded Gruppo Campari to produce and distribute his drink, and then moved to Milan.
From October 13 to January 13, 2019, Vesperbild exhibition will be held in the halls of the ancient Spanish hospital Castello Sforzesco. Alle origini delle Pietà di Michelangelo. The exhibition, which will return to the origins of Michelangelo's Pieta, will be led by Antonio Mazzotta and Claudio Salsi.
From 18th to 24th of September in Milan, Milan Fashion Week takes place: 165 collections, 60 shows and 80 presentations, as well as about 44 inaugurations and various events. A full review of the fashion week you can look at the official website.