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Milan brands: Campari, Ramazzotti and Amaretto Disaronno

Milan brands: Campari, Ramazzotti and Amaretto Disaronno

In the world of liqueurs, if there is one country that stands out amongst the rest then it is Italy. In general, out of all those countries that have brought a little elegance and distinction, this country has made the biggest contribution with their undisputable inventiveness and competitiveness. Many of the liqueurs that we drink on a regular basis today originate from Italy and of course Milan, where 3 of the most well-known and traditional Italian drinks and brands were born. We are referring to Campari, Ramazzotti and Amareto Disaronno. more ...

Outlet stores in Milan

Outlet stores in Milan

Milan sheds its skin every fashion season like a highly refined snake. It’s no accident that locals of the city end up looking so good: the high-quality offcasts which work their way through to Milan’s outlet stores are one of the best-kept secrets of the residents of this capital of chic. We’ve collated all you need to know about the outlet stores in Milan, meaning you have no excuse for not maintaining top-level grooming at all times. more ...

Fantasilandia pop surrealism and lowbrow art exhibition 2010 in Milan

Fantasilandia pop surrealism and lowbrow art exhibition 2010 in Milan

Pop surrealism and/or lowbrow art is appearing in the next exhibition taking place from the 17th of September to the 30th of November in the Antonio Colomo contemporary art gallery located in the Italian city of Milan. This exhibition entitled Fantasilandia and commissioned by Julie Kogler attempts to shed light on some of the most innovative aspects of a vibrant and original artistic movement for which international galleries are increasingly making more room. more ...

San Siro - Home to 2 clubs

San Siro - Home to 2 clubs

The San Siro football stadium, officially named Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, is the home stadium of both AC Milan and FC Inter. Located in the San Siro district, the stadium's informal name soon became San Siro. Besides a football field and lots of seats for the spectators, the stadium also has a museum and offices. It is one of the only stadiums in the world with a five star FIFA qualification. This wonderful sports palace is unique in its kind. more ...

Milan brands: Alpha Romeo and Castagna Milano

Milan brands: Alpha Romeo and Castagna Milano

Italy is not only famous for Roman monuments and historical remains of its imperial past but also for fashion. It is the pinnacle of and current international reference tool to fashion and style. Its creative inventions have given rise to the best brand of cars, fashion, food etc. As the fashion capital, Milan also prides itself on being the headquarters of the legendary car brands, the Alfa Romeo and Castagna Milano. more ...

The best pizzerias in Milan

The best pizzerias in Milan

The smell of oregano, delicious soft pizza base and melted mozzarella fills the air….Pizzas are one of the most popular and common dishes in Italy. And, although Italian cuisine is very varied, everyone that travels to Milan wants to try an authentic Italian pizza. Thus, we would like recommend some of the best pizzerias in Milan. more ...

Pixar, 25 Years of Animation comes to Milan

Pixar, 25 Years of Animation comes to Milan

Pixar is celebrating its 25th anniversary in Milan. The Contemporary Art Pavilion will be hosting the Pixar, 25 Years of Animation exhibit, dedicated to this famous American studio, up until the 14th of February 2012. more ...

Tourist guide to Milan

Tourist guide to Milan

Cosmopolitan, modern, attractive and with a vibrant cultural and economic life. This is Milan. Considered one of the world capitals of fashion, this fascinating Italian city is rarely listed in the country’s biggest tourist hotspot. And yet Milan offers loads of different leisure options and interesting places to visit. more ...

Lakes and Violins: Day Trips from Milan

Lakes and Violins: Day Trips from Milan

Today’s cities have become quite generic. Take away the museums and architecture and you’ll find the same shops, chain restaurants, fashions, music and so on. What do you do when you have seen the sights, museums and architecture and you want a real cultural experience? You get out of the city, of course. Get out and explore the neighbouring towns and countryside, which is where you’ll find the real cultural differences. Join us as we go exploring with day trips from Milan. more ...

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