recipes & lifehacks
Panettone is prepared from soggy dough with candied fruit and raisins.
You can buy panettone at bakeries throughout the city, it is often served with coffee or cappuccino, and sometimes wine.
Become a real foodie and try Italian Gorgonzola blue cheese with mold, which gives it a distinctive tangy flavor.27
You need to try a delicious schnitzel straight from the Middle Ages in Milan, which is still fighting for the right to be called the capital of cotoletta.1420
Bubbly Negroni Sbagliato cocktail will be a good ending of the day in a fairy Milan.1010
Ride on a mini-boat on the canals designed by Leonardo da Vinci.815Naviglio Grande
Take a walk in the park at the Sforza Castle, feed the birds at the pond, and have a small picnic on the lawn, watching the locals.FREE19Sempione Park
There are several kinds of salami, but the most delicious is Milanese salami, and you certainly need to try it in Milan.1012
Here you will see an optical illusion, conceived the brilliant architect of 600 years ago!FREE23Church of Santa Maria
Perform gastronomic stroll through Milan in the retro tram, where you will not only appreciate Italian cuisine, but also see the main attractions.657
Go shopping and visit the boutiques of world brands at the best passage of Italy.FREE16Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Take a break from shopping and sit down with a cup of coffee in a Gucci Cafe, where everything breathes romance of fashion brand.518Gucci Café
Mascarpone is better known as an ingredient in tiramisu, but you can try it just as it is and enjoy its delicate creamy taste.7
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