WELCOME TO MILAN
The second largest city in Italy is also the most fashionable: As a major world fashion and design capital, with the Milan Fashion Week and many major designers residing or originating in Milan, this city is a mecca for shoppers.
Milan is home to many excellent restaurants, hot night clubs and charming bars, and, importantly, good old-fashioned gelaterias.
But Milan is also home to important museums, theatres and landmarks, including the Milan Cathedral, the fifth largest cathedral in the world, and Santa Maria delle Grazie, decorated with Leonardo da Vinci paintings, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Tourist Information italia.it/en
Emergency number: 112
Country code: +39
Tourist Information tourism.milan.it
Tourist Information Office address:
Piazza Castello, 1 Milan
02 7740 4343
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Autoradio Taxi 02 85 85
Yellow Taxi 02 69 69
Cooperativa Esperia 02 83 83
Arco 02 67 67
Etaxi 02 53 53
Taxi Blu 02 40 40
Amico Taxi 02 4000
Fire brigade 115
First Aid Croce Verde 02 8940 6035
24-hour medical assistance 02 34567
Type of Cuisine: Fine dining, International
Fashion designer Giorgio Armani in collaboration with one of the best Japanese chefs in the world, Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa, has created this unique and stylish fusion cuisine restaurant in Milan. The restaurant boasts minimalist, Japanese-style decor and fabulous fusion cuisine with south American influences.
Via Gastone Pisoni, 1, 20121 Milan
00 39 02 6231 2645
Emporio Armani Caffè
Type of Cuisine: Trendy
When visiting top fashion designer Giorgio Armani’s sleek red-and-black Emporio Armani Caffè, expect cool and modern design, relaxing atmosphere, good music and prompt service. With a simple menu of ‘70%’ organic vegetables, seafood and meat, and lighter options such as quiche or club sandwiches, the food is good and this is an ideal meeting place.
Via Croce Rossa, 2 Milan
00 39 2 6231 2680
Il Salumaio di Montenapoleone
Type of Cuisine: Trendy
This is a delicatessen, bistro and restaurant in one, housed in a beautiful old palazzo, with delicious food, a lovely terrace and fashionable clientele. Il Salumaio di Montenapoleone has a warm and sophisticated atmosphere and elegant interior all within a stunning historic building. Watch the chefs in action in the open kitchen, or enjoy a sunny day on the terrace. Located in Milan’s upmarket shopping district, this is the place to see and be seen, with a generally beautiful crowd. The menu is great, with fresh pasta, meat and fish served with seasonal local produce. In the delicatessen shop you can buy good cheese, fish, veal and wine.
via S. Spirito, 10 / via Gesu, 5, 20121 Milan
00 39 276 001 123
Type of Cuisine: Haute cuisine
The Michelin-starred kitchen of chef Davide Oldani reinvents traditional food with the use of local seasonal produce and creates amazing new dishes. Oldani believes in mixing ‘no frills’ and great care, good and accessible, innovation and tradition. After completing the Vocational Hotel and Catering School, Davide Oldani started to work for Gualtiero Marchesi, in the years in which the Milanese chef was in the limelight in Italy and abroad. After this period, he worked with culinary greats Albert Roux, Alain Ducasse and Pierre Hermé.
Via Magenta 18 , 20010 San Pietro all’Olmo, Cornaredo, Milan
00 39 02 936 2209
Type of Cuisine: Haute cuisine
Michelin-starred Joia is the first vegetarian restaurant in Europe, loved by the Milanese as well as the rest of Italy and abroad. Joia’s diners love to discover modern cuisine with avant garde form and always original and made with the freshest produce. Chef Pietro Leeman serves his beautifully presented vegetarian dishes with an Oriental influence in a bistro-style room facing the open kitchen.
Via Panfilo Castaldi, 18 20124 Milan
00 39 02 2952 2124
Fioraio Bianchi Caffe
Type of Cuisine: Traditional
Fioraio Bianchi has been around for 40 years in the downtown Brera district. Its founder, Raimondo Bianchi, has dedicated his life to creating unique flower arrangements with an inimitable style based on simplicity and refined compositional balance. Today Fioraio Bianchi remains a timeless place, a small restaurant and café where the perfume of fresh flowers mingle with the distinct flavours from the kitchen, which features a contemporary take on traditional Italian cuisine. You can stop by any time of the day, and take a sensorial journey from the heart of Milan towards a distinctly French atmosphere.
Via Montebello, 7 20121 Milan
00 39 02 2901 4390
Type of Cuisine: Traditional
Osteria Casa Tua was founded in 2007 by reviving what was originally a bakery, quite charming with its brick vaults and ovens still exposed. Casa Tua has a love for traditional dishes, prepared with fresh ingredients following the traditional recipes of the Tuscan provinces such as ribollita (vegetable soup), panzanelle del prete (mixed salad), testaroli pasta with olive oil and pecorino, pappardelle with wild boar, rabbit à la populonia, oven-roast veal, and in summer, a wonderful dish of spaghetti alla verde, drenched in fresh basil and Parmesan.
Via Ludovico Muratori 10, ang. Via Bernardino Corio, Milan
00 39 02 55 14 269
Type of Cuisine: International
Walk on the thousand year-old Burmese acacia wood inside a dim-lighted but not dark space, the light wisely addressed in small beans from the ceiling onto the tables will accompany you through a new experience of the senses that will gratify both your soul and taste. Balancing between colours and scents, this sensation can be alternatively delicate, spiced or powerful, thanks to the manipulations and sublimations of raw ingredients that are performed through the acts of cut and cooking. Bon Wei is elegant but not opulent, just like the Indian marbles that decorate the entrance and the powder room.
Via Castelvetro 16 20154 Milan
00 39 02 341308
Type of Cuisine: Trendy
Andrea Provenzani’s Liberty’s philosophy: ‘Impossible to describe “ilLiberty” to those who have never crossed the threshold of this place, suspended between past and present, fantasy and concreteness, that does not forget its origins but continues its path without ever forgetting the pleasure of a table, a perfect balance between the passion for food and childhood memories. You sit and taste something, and you feel immediately at home.’ On the menu: Wholemeal Fried Pizza – Anchovies, turnip sprouts, tomatoes marinated with tarragon and chili, Chestnut and Castelmagno Risotto – with Marsala wine reduction and Tonka fava beans.
viale monte grappa 6, Milan
00 39 2 29011439
Il Ristorante Trussardi Alla Scala
Type of Cuisine: Traditional
Il Ristorante Trussardi Alla Scala’s distinctive, straightforward cuisine focuses on balance, using ingredients that have distinct and recognizable flavours. The Executive Chef invites his patrons to savor superb seasonal ingredients treated with extreme respect and rigor in innovative recipes that are traditional with a contemporary twist. Raw materials of the finest quality are at the heart of this restaurant’s cuisine. Masterful techniques are applied to enhance the flavour of the ingredients chosen according to the season and the area.
Piazza della Scala 5, 20121 Milan
00 39 02 80688201
Hotel Principe di Savoia*****
Enjoy the true Milanese experience at Hotel Principe di Savoia, where effortless elegance meets timeless tradition. Dominating Milan’s Piazza della Repubblica, this spectacular landmark building has been the natural home for international travellers and cosmopolitan society since the 1920s. The elegantly furnished rooms and signature hotel suites offer an unforgettable stay and the Presidential Suite, located on the top floor, has its own private swimming pool. Right next is Club 10 Fitness and Beauty Center. Two wonderful restaurants and a very popular and fashionable bar complete this classy hotel.
Piazza della Repubblica, 17 20124 Milan
00 39 02 62301
Hotel Milano Scala****
This stylish Boutique Hotel is conveniently located in the centre of Milan; Eco-chic style, classical music, Organic Green cuisine and a terrace overlooking the city. With an elegant lounge bar and excellent restaurant Primadonna which is based on the principles of healthy eating, and the Libreria Foyer, “heart of the house” overlooking the old court of the palace now covered with a glass roof and ideal setting for a drink or to organize a private event. An extraordinary panoramic terrace on the eighth floor with breathtaking view all over the city that, during the summer season, offers an eco-chic version of classic Milanese aperitif.
Via dell’Orso, 7 20121 Province of Milan
00 39 02 870961
Palazzo Segreti Hotel Milan****
Located in the heart of Milan, between the Duomo and the Castello Sforzesco, the ancient soul of Palazzo Segreti merges with a modern image, made of sophistication and elegance. There are 18 different cosy rooms to retreat from the bustle of the city. Raw materials, soft lighting, precious hardwood floors, rich colors but never excessive, the décor and intimate ambiance of this hotel makes it feel like your second home. Ideal for the business customer looking for comfort and modernity, but also for refined tourists, given the enviable location in the heart of Milan, a few steps from SCALA and the shopping streets.
Via San Tomaso 8 20131 Milan
00 39 02 4952 9250
Boscolo Exedra Hotel Milano*****
An original merging of Italian elegance, art and style, the Hotel Boscolo Milano expresses a new 5 Star concept in the relationship between luxury and modernism. Designed to be a reference point for visitors to the city of Milan, it is also a meeting place for the Milanese: 50% of the area is open to the public, as the city comes into the Boscolo Hotel. Situated in the golden square, it is here that many of Milan’s coolest events take place: staying at the 5 Star luxury Hotel Boscolo Milano is the best way to enjoy the essence of Italy’s fashion, design and financial capital. Free Wi-Fi connection is at your disposal.
Corso Matteotti, 4/6 20121 Milan
00 39 02 7767 9610
Hotel Manzoni Milan****
Luxurious and elegant in every aspect with a restaurant dedicated to gourmands, meeting rooms, a wellness center, rooms and suites: that is what makes this one of the most respected 4-star hotels in the center of Milan. The elegance of one of the best 4-star hotels in the heart of Milan awaits you with stylish and attentively furnished rooms in an area known for its fashion boutiques and luxury shopping.
Via Santo Spirito, 20 20121 Milan
00 39 02 7600 5700
Antica Locanda Leonardo***
Antica Locanda Leonardo is located on Corso Magenta, just a stone’s throw from the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, where you can admire “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci. An old 19th century buildingsituated in the heart of Milan, where there is an oasis of peace, comfort and refinement. The attention to detail is evident everywhere: The rooms of Antica Locanda Leonardo are rich withunique and precious details that you will discover little by little.
Corso Magenta, 78 20123 Milan
00 39 02 4801 4197
The Straf Hotel is located in an unconventional building with an intellectual design, in the heart of Milan. 64 Rooms, classic deluxe and suites combine two philosophies which are unlikely but successful partners: extreme hi-tech functionality with a minimalist feel and the warm, intimate atmosphere of rooms designed with elegant, innovative materials like quarry-rough slate, burnished brass, concrete and iron, gauze-effect glass and aged mirrors, along with furnishings specially designed by Vincenzo De Cotiis. The restaurant, fitness room, the event and meeting room, which often hosts cocktails, fashion and art shows, as well as the well known street Bar Straf, complete ad characterize the hotel.
Via San Raffaele, 3 20121 Milan
0039 02 805081
The Gray Hotel*****
The Gray Hotel, in the heart of the superb and lively Milan, is waiting for you with its refined and discreet charm, typical of a great luxury five-star hotel. All aspects are designed into details to give you a memorable and unique stay, whether you come for business or pleasure. Enjoy a drink and have a break in the welcoming drawing-rooms or the bar. Meet your own clients or do your work in very silent and absolutely discreet environments. If you love cuisine, restaurant “Le Noir” is the right place for you. According to hotel tendences, it will offer you unique tastes, such as light savours of fish plates or stronger tastes of flesh plates from international or typical Italian recipes the chef makes special with his skillness.
Via San Raffaele, 6 20121 Milan
00 39 02 720 8951
Grand Hotel et de Milan*****
Milan’s oldest hotel, rich in history, having welcomed famous virtuosi like Verdi, has preserved all the charm of an ancient Milanese establishment. Still a favourite with big names of the world of culture, entertainment, fashion, music, national and international business, the hotel is perfect for guests in search of luxury, discretion and privacy. Since three generations, the management of the hotel has been passed on to the Bertazzoni’s family that runs it with great passion. For those who wish to experience grand-luxe accommodation Italian style.
Via Manzoni, 29 20121 Milan
00 39 02 723141
Park Hyatt Milan*****
Occupying a palace-style building dating back to 1870, this boutique hotel showcases eye-catching interiors designed by Ed Tuttle and a remarkable glass cupola where Lucio Fontana’s ‘Head of Medusa’ serves as a stunning centrepiece. Park Hyatt’s expansive rooms & suites beautifully blend authentic Italian finishes with sleek amenities and state-of-the-art technology. The restaurant VUN has been awarded a prestigious Michelin Star. La Cupola Lobby Lounge and The Park Bar are the other luxury hotel dining options, with The Park Bar being a very elegant choice for the Milanese ritual of ‘aperitivo’. The Spa is an oasis for body and mind and features a diverse variety of salon treatments and holistic therapies in a setting of sheer opulence.
Via Tommaso Grossi, 1 Milan
00 39 02 8821 1234
Four Seasons Hotel Milan*****
In downtown Milan, in one of the city’s most historic quarters, is a collection of 118 chic luxury hotel guest rooms and three outstanding dining venues – all framed by an unforgettable 15th-century cloistered and landscaped courtyard at this Milan five-star hotel. Plush down pillows, soft Frette linens and thick terry robes come standard in every guest room and suite. Perfect for a midday nap or retiring after a long day of sightseeing. Relieve the stresses of the day with a pressure point massage, pedicure, manicure and more from the comfort and privacy of your guest room or suite.
Via Gesù, 6-8, 20121 Milano
00 39 02 77088
Gold Restaurant & Bar Milan
Type of Cuisine: Trendy
Fashion designers Dolce & Gabbana are behind Gold, their first concept restaurant, coffee room and cocktail bar, with an unsurprisingly gold interior. The restaurant is filled with mirrors, white leather, shining steel, pink marble, luminescent glass, and a beautiful clientele. The menu features sophisticated southern Italian fare.
Via Carlo Poerio 2/A Milan 20129
00 39 2 75 777 71
Originally from New York, Milan’s Blue Note jazz club in Milan has a traditional American jazz club feel and decor and features live performances leading musicians such as Pat Metheny, Al di Meola or groups like the Average White Band. Live musicians perform seven nights a week, attracting a unique and diverse crowd of soulful jazz and blues lovers. Blue Note Milan occupies a vast warehouse restructured by Anna Falletti.
Via Pietro Borsieri, 37 20159 Milan
00 39 02 6901 6888
Excellent cocktail/lounge bar and restaurant, decorated in glamorous black and filled with cushy leather, boasting a spectacular atmosphere! It covers two levels, with the cocktail lounge and bar on the ground floor and a jiving cellar that features the very best in Italian and international DJs.
Via Piero della Francesca, 54 20154 Milan
00 39 02 342627
Ricci Milano is an elegant Lounge Bar in the heart of Milan: sophisticated and minimal chic, accommodates guests in a refined design environment, with pure and essential lines. Open for lunch and from cocktail hour till late night, the Ricci Milano’s Lounge Bar proposes a distinguished assortment of food & beverage, with a selection of refined Champagne. Every evening the intimacy and discretion of its soft atmosphere is brighten by warm light spots and the background music of the resident Dj, from cocktail hour till after dinner.
Piazza della Repubblica, n° 27, Milan
00 39 02 6694269
Roïalto is considered one of the largest bars in the world. The famous bar counter is of Cuban origin (Batista period) and makes the venue quite spectacular. The restaurant also has a beautiful terrace and is suitable for large events. Roïalto opens at 18.00 with the “aperitivo”: ten gastronomic corners, managed by ten chefs, where you can taste all the food and wine until 23.00. The evening continues with a DJ set or live concerts. Its size is 1600 square meters and is equipped with all the comforts to finalize an event. Roïalto has worked with all the major italian and international companies.
Via Piero della Francesca, 55 20154 Milan
00 39 02 3493 6616
La Salumeria della Musica
La Salumeria della Musica is quite a unique venue combining music performances and excellent charcuterie. Massimo Genchi has installed his ‘music charcuterie’ in a former gold chain factory. The line-up of jazz and soul performers is impressive with artists like Pat Metheny, Branford Marsalis and Joss Stone. The club serves beer and cold cuts.
Via Piero della Francesca, 55 20154 Milan
00 39 02 3493 6616
Italy’s most elegant department store, La Rinascente was founded in Milan in 1865 by Luigi and Ferdinando Bocconi and currently has a chain of 11 department stores located in Italian major cities with the flagship concept store in Milan. La Rinascente sells anything in the area of clothing, household and beauty products.
Piazza Duomo 20121, Milan
00 39 02 88521
In Italy’s shopping mecca Milan, the most exclusive shopping street is Via Montenapoleone. With its own website and an impressive line-up of designer shops, this is the most magnificent and equally expensive shopping street in the city. Also known as the Quadrilatero della moda where many well-known fashion designers have their high-end boutiques and stores from Italian designers to all the world famous brands. The most exclusive Italian shoemakers maintain boutiques on this street.
Via Montenapoleone, 20121 Milan
Bottega Veneta is an Italian luxury goods house best known for its leather goods, whose famous slogan is “When your own initials are enough“. This luxury brand creates extraordinary handbags, fashion and leather goods. Handmade since 1966, Bottega Veneta’s products are second to none and worn by the rich, famous and fashionable.
Via Montenapoleone, 5 Milan
00 39 02 7602 4495
Italian footwear designer Sergio Rossi’s legendary brand has been sold to the Gucci Group and Rossi has handed over the business to his son Gianvito, who follows proudly in his father’s footsteps with glamorous collections. Handmade in the traditional workshops he inherited from his grandfather, Rossi’s collections of ultra-feminine luxury footwear are sold in Milan at an exclusive shop, open since June 2008, across from the Museo Bagatti Valsecchi.
Via Santo Spirito, 7, 20121 Milan
00 39 02 76280988
Italian fashion label specializing in luxury goods for men and women (ready-to-wear, leather and fashion accessories, shoes, luggage, perfume), founded in 1913 by Mario Prada. Shoemaker and leather craftsman Mario Prada set up shop in a marble and mahogany setting, selling luggage, travel accessories, Bohemian crystal, British silverware, and rare wood from the Orient. Following a postwar decline, the house was revived by Miuccia Prada, the founder’s niece, and is now the flagship label of the Prada Group.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 63/65 20121 Milan
00 39 2 876979
Moschino is an Italian luxury fashion house, specilialized ready-to-wear, leather and fashion accessories, shoes, luggage, perfume etc., founded in 1983 by Franco Moschino. This fashion label is famous for innovative and colourful designs.
Via Sant’Andrea, 12, 20121 Milan
00 39 2 7600 9404
Loro Piana is an Italian clothing company specialising in high-end, luxury cashmere and wool products since 1812. As of 1994, the family-owned company sells vicuna from Peru, with which it makes beautiful coats and sweaters. Accessories include cashmere wraps and the company also haves a home collection with incredible cashmere rugs.
Via Bigli, 21 20121 Milan
00 39 2 7626 0911
Il Salvagente sells last season’s designer collections at low prices. Salvagente has best-known international names in fashion as well as the new up-and-coming designers. Garments come from boutiques and shops boasting a great tradition, selected throughout the country. They stand out from the rest because they select the best of the ‘Made in Italy’ from those who actually created it turning it into a success. The flagship store was the first of its kind to open in Milan in 1978, which is when the ‘Made in Italy’ dates back to, and has since become the global phenomenon.
Via Fratelli Bronzetti, 16, 20129
00 39 02 7611 0328
120 % Lino Store
This store concentrates on the manufacturing of fashion collections based on one kind of material only; the pure linen fiber. The wide range of treatments effected on the linen fiber, through the process known as ‘garment dyed’ this precious fabric acquires a special exclusive identity: a new brand with this special characteristic is born, “120% lino”. The collections of 120% lino consists of woman, man and children fashions, as well as home collection of bed linens, sleep wear and table accessories, thus creating a “total lifestyle” around this amazing natural and very cool, resistant fiber.
C.so Garibaldi – ang. Via Marsala, 13 20121 Milan
00 39 276 02 33 94
Teatro alla Scala
Teatro alla Scala, or La Scala, is one of Italy’s top historic opera houses since it opened in 1778 and has been the opening venue for many famous operas. The theater was renovated in 2004. Attending an opera in La Scala is a top experience for opera fans but you’ll need to book in advance. La Scala’s museum has a collection of musical instruments and portraits and busts of musicians and you can view the auditorium from boxes and the backstage area. It’s currently open daily except holidays, 9-12:30 and 1:30 to 5:30pm.
Piazza della Scala, 20121 Milan
00 39 02 7200 3744
Duomo di Milano
The Duomo di Milano, or Milan Cathedral is the immense cathedral church of the city of Milan. Having taken nearly six centuries to complete, this is now the fifth largest cathedral in the world and the largest in Italy. Apart from its size, the Milan Cathedral impresses with its regal beauty from the white marble facade to the multi-coloured and beautifully designed glass windows. From the roof of the Cathedral you can enjoy a fantastic view of the whole city through over 3000 marble statues.
Piazza del Duomo, Milano
00 39 02 7202 2656
Castello Sforzesco was built in the 15th century by Francesco Sforza, Duke of Milan, on the remains of a 14th-century fortification. Later renovated and enlarged, in the 16th and 17th centuries it was one of the largest citadels in Europe. Largely remade by Luca Beltrami in 1891-1905, it now houses several of the city’s museums and art collections among which pieces by Michelangelo. This famous monuments has seen long historical vicissitudes during the past years. It was demolished, then rebuilt several times, embellished and restored to become a symbol of both happy and dramatic events that are to be found in the historical background of the city.
Piazza Castello, 27029 Milano
00 39 02 8846 3700
Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia ‘Leonardo da Vinci’
This museum is dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci, symbol of the continuity between scientific-technological and artistic culture. Interactive labs are designed to integrate the exhibition sections. They make use of informal education to involve and to engage every kind of public. The collections and interactive laboratories are now organized in Departments: Materials, Transports, Energy, Communications, Leonardo Arte & Science, New Frontiers, Science for young children. Each Department develops studies and researches on the collections, they design and propose thematic exhibitions on educational activities, and promote conferences and workshops.
Via San Vittore, 21 20123 Milan
00 39 02 485551
The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, Santa Maria della Grazie
Perhaps the greatest painting of the Renaissance, The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci in the church of Santa Maria della Grazie captures the dramatic moment at which Jesus reveals one of his disciples will betray him. The work is testament to a troubled history. Paint started peeling away in Renaissance times, when the wall was used for target practice. In the 19th century it was a backdrop to the French invasion and nearly got destroyed in the Second World War. Thanks to careful restoration the fresco can now be seen in full colour.
Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan
00 39 2 4676 1123
Downtown is a health and fitness club with a spa and beauty centre and excellent gym attracting an elite clientele of the rich, the famous and beautiful. As well as a variety of classes, there are two floors of equipment, including treadmills and stairclimbers. The spa and beauty centre offers all kinds of pampering.
Piazza Cavour, 2, Milan
00 39 02 7601 1485
The Armani/SPA offers individual treatments, steam and sauna experiences as well as a magnificent relaxation pool with its louvered window roof and walls. The Armani/SPA therapies, MU, LIBERTÀ and FLUIDITÀ, have been carefully designed to nourish and nurture. Each guest receives a personal consultation from a SPA professional in order to develop a fully tailored program that will deliver a unique sensory experience. With its sophisticated and refined ambiance, the Armani/SPA is the perfect place for exclusive, intimate and unique events, such as anniversaries or birthdays.
Via Manzoni 31, Milan
00 39 02 8883 8888
Pier Giuseppe Moroni
Pier Giuseppe Moroni defines himself as a hair stylist, but also as an artist. Pier Giuseppe Moroni’s studio in the center of Milan, is an elegant and functional space, but also an art gallery. His passion for photography led him to create a very special exhibition space, a little more than 7.25 meters wide in which he organizes exhibitions on different themes. Behind Pier Guiseppe Moroni’s creations, there is one true philosophy: He believes that style has to do with naturalness. You will exit this salon pleasantly disheveled, vaguely imperfect, but with undeniable class.
Via San Pietro All’Orto, 26, Milan
00 39 02 7602 1631
A refuge for the body and the spirit, in a harmonious atmosphere that fosters the quest for balance, the Bulgari Hotel Milan Spa offers all the rituals of contemporary wellness in a setting at once sumptuous and elegant. Daylight filters through the glass walls and illuminates the pure gold tiles of the pool. The hammam evokes the image of a mysterious emerald set into a jewel of rare beauty. The Bulgari Spa focuses on overall wellness and offers a program based on a holistic concept inspired by Asian and European traditions.
via Privata F.lli Gabba, 7b 20121 Milan
00 39 02 805805200
Franco Curletto is an eclectic hair stylist of international fame, whose ability is based in his knowledge of how to balance his innate sensibility for beauty with his strong respect for the needs and desires of women. He is sought after by high caliber clients. His philosophy is developed around creative thinking and professional thinking. He loves unusual experiences and to explore different fields. Shape and color are his distinction but it is his technique that is the principal element that characterizes Franco Curletto.
Corso Ferrucci 34/A, 10138 – Torino, Milan
00 39 011 4336000 – 4344352
QC Termemilano is the haven of wellness in Milan city centre: a unique context where one can drift away from everyday stress and get into a world of relax. The Wellness Course is unique. It includes over thirty wellness practices arranged both in the Art Nouveau building (with pools, water-jets, biosaunas, hammam, Turkish bath, relax halls and the Theatre of Wonders Hall) and in the Spanish Garden context, with big water-jet equipped open air pools and good-sized solarium, all surrounded by sixteenth-century walls raised by Ferrante Gonzaga.
Piazza Medaglie d’Oro 2, Milan
00 39 2 5519 9367