Ligurian cuisine is reputed to be the lightest and most perfumed of all Italy's regional specialities by many gourmets. If you're in Milan, head for ... More
Ligurian cuisine is reputed to be the lightest and most perfumed of all Italy's regional specialities by many gourmets. If you're in Milan, head for Camogli, near the Polytechnic: the menu includes all the classics, extremely well made. Don't miss the Focaccia Al Formaggio, and the Troffie: they are absolute winners. The prices are reasonable too. Easy parking.
Not far from the railway track of Porta Genova with an atmosphere typical of old Milan, this restaurant belongs, without
a doubt to those places that have made this area south of the cathedral, towards the Navigli and Ticinese, ...
The Marriott Milan Hotel is located in the city's Art Nouveau area, near the main business district, Central Train Station,
and within walking distance to shops and restaurants. At the hotel, guests can stay in shape with the onsite ...
One of the first discos in Milan, The Old Fashioned continues to pump out the dance tunes, but only after
serving lovely candlelit dinners in the evenings. Different music is served up each weeknight; the crowd usually starts jumping ...