Maybe you're tired from Italian food or daily routine and you want to add a Russian spark to your life, then these places are for you. 1. Shop "Kalinka" One of the largest Russian stores in Milan, where you can find buckwheat, vodka, and black caviar. A large selection of gifts, russian movies, and anything that can remind you of Russian spirit. The store is located at 40 Via Boscovish.
The monthly antiques market. Two-kilometer antiques market opens in the Navigli area every last Sunday of the month. There, you will find decor items, jewelry, and unique designer pieces from the last century. Weekly Fiera di Sinigaglia. From 1800's to present day, the market is open every Saturday in Navigli and is perfect for collectors and bargain lovers.
The Botanical Garden of Brera - a small oasis in the heart of Milan was founded in 1774 by the Austrian Empress Maria Theresa. In the garden, there are two Ginkgo-Biloba trees that are considered the oldest in Europe, the Linden tree, which is 40 meters high, the Caucasian walnut tree, and many other botanical wonders.
Antica Barbieria Colla di Franco Bompieri is the most famous barber shop in Milan known for its traditions and popular with Italian and international customers. Dino Colla was founded in 1904. It is a great place not only to cut your hair or shave your beard, but also to hold a meeting or meet a celebrity. Located in the old part of the city on Via Gerolamo Morone, near the La Scala theater, the barber shop retains the atmosphere of the last century. Official website
Galleria Lia Rumma - a «Temple» of Modern Art in Milan, built in the shape of a cube and has 5 floors, which are designed in different styles. The museum exhibition spaces are quite diverse due to the variety of forms of artistic expression of contemporary art. The basement is suitable for theatrical performances, film screenings, and media works. The first floor is divided into two galleries - indoor and outdoor, which allow the exhibiting work to stand out in a spacious environment.
In the era of total worship to the Internet, people spend more time on the web, which means that the media and social networks have to respond to the ever-growing user expectations and requirements. It should be said that they succeed. However, the time spent browsing networks robs us of the chance to live our real lives, replacing it with notorious correspondence and conversations in a virtual world. What to do to find the line between a real life and a virtual-reality?
By taking a walk along the most fashionable street in Milan, Via Montenapoleone, you'll notice, right away, a chaos, car noises, people swarming around expensive shops without knowing that a historic bakery, Pasticceria Cova, which opened in 1817, is located right there. Its history began when Milan was still full of water channels, which are now replaced by spacious roads. Originally, the Pasticceria Cova confectionery was located near the famous La Scala Theatre.
One of the most ambitious projects in Milan - a quiet oasis among the ever-buzzing city. Corso Como 10 - a place where you can relax and culturally enrich yourself. The project is a fruit of a fantasy and the work of its ideological inspirer, Carla Sozzani. In nearby 90's it started as an art-gallery. Nowadays, 10 Corso Como complex includes a restaurant, cafe, bookstore, high-end clothing store, mini-hotel, terrace and an art gallery.