La dolce vita

Milan offers some of the most varied and innovative restaurants in all Italy. Ethnic, traditional, fusion, historic, modern, international and regional: it's a true pleasure choosing from over 700 restaurants and 150 wine-bars, and a chance to savour cuisine from all over the world.

Nightlife is even more exciting with over 100 clubs and more than 500 bars, as well as 50 theatres; including the world famous temple of classical music, the Teatro alla Scala. There is never a shortage of entertainment in Milan, and the panorama of evening options is always changing, with pubs, cafés, live music bars and much more besides. From Brera to the Navigli, from Isola-Garibaldi to Corso Como, unique and thrilling evenings out can be had all over Milan.

This is one of the most exclusive and fashionable quarters of Milan. Narrow streets are crowded with fortune-tellers and ethnic stalls. At night, bars set out tables in the streets and the whole area becomes a single open-air venue.
Corso Como
Here you will find some of Milan's best nightclubs, frequented by celebrities from the worlds of showbusiness, fashion and football. Numerous bars and fashion cafés make this one of the busiest areas of Milan by night.
The aperitif is a ritual which all Milanese seek to enjoy every evening: every Milan bar holds a happy hour with an abundant buffet to sample along with your favourite drink. Don't miss out!
This is one of Milan's most appealing areas with characteristic railed apartment blocks facing onto canals, where dozens of traditional old restaurants stand side by side with the city's most fashionable music venues. In the summer, it's all open air.
Teatro alla Scala
Built in the late 1700s, this is the international temple of classical music where the most famous singers and composers in the world have been launched and celebrated. Every day its schedule offers opera, concerts or ballet in one of the world's most beautiful theatres: unmissable.
The Isola-Garibaldi Quarter
If jazz is your passion there's no better place than this area where dozens of venues host the best European jazz bands.
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