Historically rich, this district is home to many important monuments and it is also a place where artists like to live and work. It is also a shopping district with many bodegas, a totally Milanese identity.
Corso Como and Isola
Working-class and blended into an alternative district, it is bustling with artistic creation. Both areas are dedicated to photography, arts and new trends, and have become very popular thanks to a huge abundance of restaurants and ethnic bars.
Many tourist attractions converge all around the city’s symbol, ( for example the Scala). You are in the heart of historic Milan, yet it is still a very lively district.
Only a few steps away from the Duomo and boasting a hectic nightlife that has taken over the Ticinese district. There you can go out, have dinner and dance in amongst picturesque setting!
Quadrilatero della moda
Well worth a view, a concentration of shops and studios belonging to well known designer: Dolce et Gabbana, Versace…
Sant’Ambrogio and Corso Sempione
Around the eponymous basilica, Sant’Amrogio is almost like a village in a city. The Corso Sempione is quiet and is well provided with restaurants and shops. Between the two residential areas you can stroll across the pretty Parco Sempione. A wondeful haven of peace.