An Arab’s Guide To: Milan
One could easily argue that Milan is the world’s capital of fashion and design. The Italian metropolis is home to everything beautiful, from traditional Italian pizza to high fashion and rich cultural history.
The city is more expensive than other Italian cities since it’s the country’s business center and home to the national stock exchange, making it well worth the price differences. It’s one of the most popular European destinations among Arab travelers and for good reason!
Since the “Milan Fashion Week” is just around the corner, we decided to create this guide for all the Arabs who’re interested in visiting the mesmerizing city. Here are the must-visit spots in Milan!
Layali Shisha Milano
If you’re an Arab visiting Europe, you’ll most probably be longing for things that you took for granted when you were back home. If shisha is one of them, then Layli Shisha Milano should be on your to-do list in Milan.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Housed in a four-story double arcade in the heart of the city, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is Italy’s oldest active shopping mall and a major landmark of Milan.
Armani Prive Club Milan
Armani Prive is a glitzy, high-end nightclub and couture fashion show venue in Milan that serves delish food and amazing cocktails. The place is cool and trendy and the atmosphere is amazing. However, the prices are a bit expensive.
Craving Lebanese food during your Euro-trip? Worry not, as this place has got you covered. Aladino Restaurant is located at the heart of Milan, and it’s known for its reasonable prices and delicious food. Enjoy your hummus dip!
Established back in 1888, Sempione Park is a large city park in Milan. The park has an overall area of 38.6 hectares, and it is located in the historic center of the city.
Alcatraz is a large events venue and club that hosts music concerts, fashion shows, conferences, and busy club nights. Check the schedule and book your places in advance if you don’t want to miss some of the hottest events in Milan.
Pinacoteca di Brera
If you’re visiting Milan because you’re passionate about art, then this one is definitely for you. The Pinacoteca di Brera is the main public gallery for paintings in Milan. And it contains one of the foremost collections of Italian paintings.