Local communities come together to celebrate with live music, dance performances, street food vendors, and cultural activities that vary from region to region.
My recommendations are places I have spent quality time at and enjoyed greatly living in Milan. I have listed these places in order of proximity to make it easy for you to navigate.
Four things to consider when deciding are: weather, events, cost, and interests. So below is a guide to help you out in your decision process.
From traditional trattorias serving mouthwatering pasta dishes to trendy Michelin-starred restaurants pushing the boundaries of gastronomy, Milan caters to every palate.
Well, according to the crime and safety index rank by Numbeo, Milan ranks 155 out of 338 countries in 2018.
When I think about house hunting in Milan and the costs, I simply grip my heart in despair.
People often walk up to me to ask, to compare your living experiences in Milan and Palermo. “Which do you prefer?”, they would ask.
Goodbye summer! I am not sure what season I should be inviting you to because Autumn starts on September 23 and summer officially ended on …
If you are a lover of the countryside and serenity, you would love Travo. This little town, nestled up against the hills in the Emilia Romagna region is one and a half hour drive away from Milan.
Milano Carnival starts after the Italian Carnival ends. It is typically called “Carnevale Ambrosiano”. Usually, in Milan there is a day parade and a night party …
Twenty-three hours later, I was standing by the baggage carousel at Milan Malpensa Airport. I could hardly recognize my bag when it wheeled past me. The only thing holding it together was a transparent plastic bag.