The fashion capital
As you probably know from scanning Vogue or keeping up with your favorite models (any Karlie Kloss fans?), Milan is a popular fashion destination because of the high-end fashion weeks that take place every spring and fall. If you love food and enjoy longin meal avoid the fashion week if you don’t want to be surrounded by thousands of models in the street with bone and flesh and will cut your appetite. Although the spring fashion week occurred in March, there is still an air of grandeur as locals and tourists alike wait expectantly for their favorite designer’s autumn/winter collections. Here are some recommendations on where to find classic treats/drinks:
- Breakfast/Pastries: Pavé
- Gelato: Ciacco Gelato
- Pizza: Piccola Ischia
- Traditional cooking: Trattoria Madonnina
- Apertif (happy hour): Da Otto
- Sweets/Candies: Marchesi
Another one of those absolute musts. Gelato is just better here and even more so on a hot day. Grab a cup, a cone, or a brioche (highly recommended) and take a stroll along the Navigli (the canals).
About the tour
If a stroll through the mesmerizing district of Brera with a glass of wine in hand sounds like your perfect spring vacation, this Milan food tour is for you. Starting at the Metro Lanza, you’ll meander through the community of locals and cute shops, stopping at 7 places to taste treats such as gelato, cured hams, cheese, and traditional, locally made pizza! Join in on the excitement and opulence as you savor the tastes of authentic Milanese food and drink.
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