San Vittore, De Angeli and Conciliazione
Time needed: 1 afternoon
What to see
Even though this area of Milan is home to some of the most important museums and works of art (namely: the Cenacolo Vinciano) in town, it is not very well known. Even locals tend to forget how nice this part of town is, which is a pity! Actually, it is a very elegant neighbourhood that still preserves its authenticity.
This neighbourhood is mainly known for the Cenacolo Vinciano by Leonardo da Vinci preserved inside the dining hall of Santa Maria
A guide about the most efficient way to buy the ticket for Cenacolo Vi
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In the same area, there is another very interesting museum called Museo Martinitt Stelline. It is
Even if you are not interested in museums or art, this is one of the nicest places to have a walk in Milano. Start from Via Monti, then head to Corso Magenta and via Vercelli and see the majestic facades of the many historical buildings located here. Behind Corso
Another museum that we highly suggest to visit – especially if you have children with you – is Museo Nazionale
Heading south you will find De Angeli neighbourhood. This metro stop can be a good location for an Airbnb since the lively Via Ravizza and Via Marghera offer a lively scene in terms of food offer and a safety of the area: there are many restaurants and the prices for rooms here are lower than in the very centre.
If you are into contemporary architecture you can’t miss City Life. Here world-famous
Eat and drink
If you feel like having a beer you can try the cosy Old Fox Pub (where during happy hour the beer is offered at the meagre prize of 3€). Another place we usually hang out when we are looking for a yummy yet cheap snack is Piadinera C’era
For more suggestions about where to eat and drink, head to the map at the beginning of the article.
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How to get here
The red line of the Metro is perfect to go to Cadorna or De Angeli stops. On the green
Come here if…
You love museums but you want to avoid the tourist crowd.