This itty-bitty bar jam-packed with memorabilia from the world over serves outstanding cocktails creatively presented
in unique receptacles, from syringes
to first-aid kits.
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Displaying no more than two pieces
per item, this unique little shop offers a colourful selection of vintage-style clothing and accessories, with Korean brands laid out alongside British shoes and made in Italy accessories.
This fashion art museum dedicated to Giorgio Armani collections showcases creations from the 1980s to the present day. Divided by themes such as exoticism and light, it’s a must for any fashion lover.
An exceptionally welcoming restaurant serving some of Milan’s best fish and seafood dishes: raw fish, crustaceans, oysters and shellfish are all served to perfection. There are meat options too, including
escargots and Pata Negra ham. Take a seat at the counter for a relaxed bite.
Offering eclectically furnished rooms,
this four-star has an excellent spa and wellness area, complete with one of the city’s largest swimming pools, sauna, steam room, whirlpool tub, fitness area and four treatment rooms.
The Albergo Diurno Venezia opened in 1926 as a one-stop shop for travellers, with barbershops, manicurists, a thermal spa and travel agency lining a smart colonnaded walkway. While restoration works take place, it’s possible to admire the establishments’ original Art Deco furnishings.
Formerly a 17,000m2 block of disused factories, the new, monumental museum of cultures displays the municipal collections of ethnographic art as well as hosts a full calendar of other art and design exhibitions. The complex includes a restaurant-bistro and a 300-seat
This four-star hotel has a modern, minimalist design, and a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Order an Italian or international speciality at the Garden Restaurant and finish your evening with a glass of wine at the Garden Bar. Or go for a workout in the fitness centre, which offers a breath-taking view of the city.
The two-story, 1,200m2 showroom for sports and menswear brand Harmont & Blaine was conceived to feel like a Mediterranean home. Natural colours, scents
and materials generate the same comfort that inspires their apparel collections.
Specialising in raw seafood and Mediterranean cuisine, elegantly furnished Soho restaurant revolves around a luminous New York-style courtyard. Very popular during the Salone del Mobile week, it offers an excellent selection of French
and Italian wines.