Porte di palazzi signorili in zona Porta Venezia a Milano
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Porta Venezia Milano and Palestro: the savvy local itinerary (and where to see flamingoes in Milan)

Porta Venezia and Palestro: liberty villas and LGBT pride Time needed: 1 afternoon + 1 night What to see The area located near Giardini di Porta Venezia (also called Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli) has a lot to offer both to tourists and locals even though both underestimate this charming neighbourhood that only awaits to be discovered with its wide range…
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Gli interni di The Hostello a Verona
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The Hostello Verona: quando l’accoglienza è un sogno che si avvera #theydidit

The Hostello è l’Ostello di Verona con la O maiuscola. Qualcosa che mancava e che se non lo avessero aperto Anna, Gianni, Alessandro e Matteo, giuro che l’avrei aperto io! The Hostello è quell’ostello con un’anima che si coglie nei piccoli particolari, progettato in ogni dettaglio per farti sentire a tuo agio, come a casa, ma con quegli spazi in…
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Lo skyline di Porta Garibaldi visto dal quartiere Isola
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Isola Milano and the new Garibaldi neighbourhood

Isola Milano and Garibaldi itinerary Time needed: 1 afternoon Isola Milano and the new Garibaldi neighbourhood (born after the creation of Piazza Gae Aulenti complex) are a must-see if you want to understand how the town changed in the last 10 years and where the town is heading. Garibaldi Milano Corso Garibaldi is the street that links Duomo district to…
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Via Paolo Sarpi a Milano
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Sempione Milano: an itinerary from tradition to integration (including Milano’s Chinatown)

Sempione and Chinatown Time needed: 1 afternoon Sempione neighbourhood is an interesting example of the integration of new communities, probably the first and most successful case in which local policies helped to develop a multicultural neighbourhood and preserve and promote, at the same time, some Italian cultural highlights in the area. Not far from here is the Ghisolfa bridge that…
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Navigli Milan: what to see and where to eat

An itinerary in Navigli, Solari and Ticinese Time needed: 2 evenings Navigli Milan: what to see and what to do Welcome to the capital of movida of Milan! I am not afraid to say this, because everybody would agree with me on this point: the Navigli area is by far the most lively neighbourhood at night in Milan. It hosts…
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In lontananza la torre Velasca, uno dei simboli della città di Milano
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Porta Romana and Crocetta: la vie boheme in Milan

An itinerary to discover Porta Romana Time needed: one afternoon What to see From the Metro stop Missori head south and you will find Corso di Porta Romana; this road used to be called via Porticara in the Roman era, about 2000 years ago. When you arrive at the Metro stop Crocetta, Corso di Porta Romana continues on one side,…
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