3 days in Milan? No worries! You can still eat some great food, take in a show at a museum and visit some key sights.
- Giacomo Ristorante — Hard to get a reservation during fashion week but worth the wait . The staff is friendly and the menu is heavy on fresh seafood. I had the cherry tomato spaghetti and ate every bit! The cuisine is old fashioned Italian dishes.The ambiance is homey but chic. Tables are close to each other since it’s such a busy restaurant.
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- The Duomo— Yes it’s the tourist thing to do but there is a reason why sights become the “go-to” It’s totally amazing to see and the selfies and photo opps are fantastic. Go to Rinascente department store, afterward for some fancy shopping or head straight to the top floor for a coffee and snacks or even cocktails
- Art Hotel Navigli— A wondeful hotel tucked away near the canal. Across from a grocery store that has snacks and anything you need. Crossing over the canal you’ll find easy places to eat like pizza. The breakfast is included in the room rate and was ample with lots of choice. The rooms are nice and mine had an outside terrace. Via Angelo Fumagalli 4 milano, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mudec Museum on Via Tortona– I stopped in to check out the Paul Klee exhibit and it was totally worth sneaking off from work. The museum is modern and sleek and the archetectire itself is worth the trip. http://www.mudec.it/eng/exhibitions-2/
- Carlo e Camilla in Segheria Ristorante– This gastro-lovers haven just opened their doors. The decor is rustic chic and it seems like you are in a airy garage— but a very chic one. The lights are low and romantic with long family style tables where the place settings have mix-matched china. The food is experimental and pushes the envelope—I’m not a fan of foam in food but mostly it was delicious. The ambiance makes up for the foam on noodles. https://www.carloecamillainsegheria.it/en/
The Duomo Milan