There are so many hidden gems in Milan, you just need to know where they are! Here below we list our favourite. If you like, you can see them all joining one of our MFT tours. This time we suggest you some tips to visit the “highest” cool places in Milan:


What to do in Milan is clear if you start your journey waling over the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II to admire the stunning rooftops of the famous Galleria and the Milan’s skyline. You’ll be able to see the Duomo spires up close and enjoy breath-taking views of Milan!  Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II was designed in 1861 and built by Giuseppe Mengoni between 1865 and 1877. It is one of the world’s oldest shopping malls and a pure symbol of Milan.  YOu will see an incredible panoramic view from the top of an Italian icon! The best time to go up is around 5-6 pm, when the sunset colours shine on Duomo Cathedral. From above you will see “Piazza Duomo”, where we usually take the portraits of the most fashionable people in town. Check out if we are working on it during your visit day by sending a message to our Facebook Page.


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Terrazza Triennale “Osteria con Vista“, is one of the best rooftop restaurant in town.

You will have a stunning panoramic view of the the Porta Nuova area. To the left the Castello Sforzesco, another visit to put in your “to do list”. It is placed in the middle of Sempione Park. The menu highlights traditional Italian plates.  It opens at  7.00 p.m. for an aperitivo at dusk. For sure the best time to get on the roof and enjoy Milano at its best. The structure that houses the restaurant is entirely in glass, it has an open kitchen. Usually they give you a very good table position if you mention our website

terrazza triennale

terrazza triennale


This is a very special place, you cannot notice it from the street so you have to know exactly where it is. GO to Via Ceresio 7, very near to Corso Como and Brera district. Atop the 1930s Enel building, Ceresio 7 was opened in 2013 by Dsquared2’s Dean and Dan Caten. Open until 1 am, it attracts a beautifully turned-out crowd to two outdoor pools flanked by cabanas and terraces with wraparounf views. Amont the mix of vintage and contemporary are decorative elements such as GIo Ponti Tea Set. Chef Elio Sironi adds a twist to traditional Italian dishes, many cooked on the grill or in the wood oven.


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Last but not least! It is not only important  what to do in Milan, but also how to move in Milan.

Underground and buses usually work well, and if you get the official ATM App from your App store, you will be able to purchase purchase urban tickets pay by PayPal or Credit Card eithouut losing time searching for ticket shops.To access the metro you can touch the readers with the QR code at the equipped turnstiles. In case of one-day tickets you have to re-validate the active travel document at ATM Mobile before each passage through a turnstile.
Alternatively you can print the ticket at the automatic ticket machine choosing the section “Tickets with PIN/PNR code” and entering the alphanumeric code that you find in the section “Print PNR” of the app after validation.

The following tickets are available via the ATM Milano App:
– urban single ticket for 1.50€
– urban day pass for 4,50€
– RHO Fieramilano 2015 return ticket for 5€
– single ticket to or from RHO Fieramilano 2015 for 2.50€

So enjoy Milano, and if you have any question write us!