Milan is long established as the capital of fashion and design. Famous for its café lifestyle, Milan is known, too, for its cuisine with signature dishes such as ossobuco. Fidenza Village, 60 minutes from Milan and Bologna, complements the best of this lifestyle, with boutiques of famous Italian and international brands in fashion and lifestyle clustered between cafés and restaurants... More
Milan is long established as the capital of fashion and design. Famous for its café lifestyle, Milan is known, too, for its cuisine with signature dishes such as ossobuco. Fidenza Village, 60 minutes from Milan and Bologna, complements the best of this lifestyle, with boutiques of famous Italian and international brands in fashion and lifestyle clustered between cafés and restaurants along open-air pedestrianised malls. Fidenza Village, equidistant between Milan and Bologna, is a distinctly Italian shopping experience with over 100 outlet boutiques offering reductions of up to 70% on the recommended retail price, all year round. Even the most discriminating follower of fashion will appreciate the designers showcased here, with niche Italian brands like Duvetica, Frette, Pinko, and Simonetta, while the international brands run the fashion gamut from Armani to Versace by way of Brooks Brothers, Furla, Marni, Paul Smith, Swarovski and textile legends Missoni. A selection of the best of the region’s famed gastronomy can be enjoyed here at the Village’s eateries as well as there being a delicatessen, serving freshly prepared local produce. Barlumeria is a fusion of modern bar and traditional delicatessen serving regional dishes, while Obikà bases its menu around the finest Mozzarella di Bufala Campana DOP from the Campania region. The Village has a Shopping Express – a daily luxury return coach service to Milan, a personal shopper on request, free Wi-Fi and an English-speaking welcome service. Less
This creative and modern museum sits a short walk from Cadorna station and displays Italian modern furniture, household objects, and many other things.
Tired of walking all over Milan—or shuttling through its Metro subway stations? Jump on Tram Turistico (which dates back to 1920) and savor Milan’s sites by traveling back in time on one of these charming vehicles. Tours last 75 minutes and depart from Milan’s Piazza Castello.
This romantic, easily accessible park offers recreational fun (including jogging and bike paths) for adults and kids alike. Flora and fauna abound at Parco Sempione, which stands near some of Milan’s other popular civic institutions and arenas.
Free admission is a huge selling point of this Milanese treasure, the city’s aquarium. Both children and adults will have a ball here observing live fish, the museum’s photographic galleries, and limited-time exhibitions.
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