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Romantic Getaway to the City of Shoppers, Milan

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About Milan

Milan is more than a fashionable city where “Milan Fashion Week” is hosted semi-annually. Milan is where industrial sectors are centered, arts manifest in many forms, and fashion makes people love life. Milan is the definition of modern meets classic. The city center is filled with intriguing buildings and palazzos such as the Duomo and rife with the glitz and glamour of shops and restaurants. A magnetic point for artists, models, photographers, and tourists, this metropolitan city boasts a wide variety of monuments, museums, and buildings. Not limited to majestic architecture, food lovers can indulge themselves and let their senses fall in love by enjoying a delicious plate of spaghetti al Frutti di mare and luscious pistachio gelato. This city is also perfect for people on a date who need to get away from their routines and get cozy instead. In this article, we round up the best hotels, restaurants, and activities to try and do while making the most of your time in Milan. 

The best time to take high class escort Lisa Blaine to Milan

Late spring (April to May) and early fall (September to October) are the best times to visit Milan. Late spring is thought to be ideal because the weather is warm but not sweltering hot. Avoid coming in August because not only does the weather make you sweat buckets, but this is also the time when most shops and local businesses are closed because people are taking vacations. Spring is when you can enjoy the most of sightseeing because the crowds are not too excessive. If you take pleasure in watching and observing people, however, September is the perfect month to go, like Milan, Fashion Week is held during this time.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Milan? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Milan? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

The best hotel options in Milan

Château Monfort

five star hotel rating

Located in Milan’s historic center, this 5-star boutique hotel is an 8-minute walk from Piazza San Babila and the fashion area of Via Montenapoleone. Each room boasts beautiful parquet floors, an LCD TV, and free Wi-Fi.

Set in a historic building, Château Monfort’s rooms have different themes that range from fairy tales and nursery rhymes. The combination of antique details and modern facilities makes for a comfortable and chic home away from home.

Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa – LHW

five star hotel rating

This 5-star hotel is located in the heart of Milan’s fashion district and is perfect for fashion lovers who want to shop until they drop. Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa offers elegant rooms that are fully air-conditioned with balconies or terraces.

Offering free Wi-Fi, the rooms are state-of-the-art with a flat-screen TV, minibar, and parquet or marble floors. Suites have a separate seating area.

Excelsior Hotel Gallia

five star hotel rating

Excelsior Hotel Gallia is situated right across Milan Central Station and closes to the famous designer shopping district. Two main charms of this hotel are the 1000-m² Shiseido spa and a rooftop restaurant.

The rooms are embellished with Italian design furniture and floor-to-ceiling windows. Guests can also indulge in luxurious baths with Trussardi toiletries after a hard day’s shopping.

Four Seasons Hotel Milano

five star hotel rating

Located just 250m from Montenapoleone Metro Station and close to Milan’s shopping district, Four Seasons Hotel comes with refined and opulent rooms. Wi-Fi is at guests’ disposal, and main attractions such as the Cathedral are only a 10-minute walk from the hotel.

Park Hyatt Milano

five star hotel rating

Luxurious and situated in a truly strategic location, Park Hyatt faces the grand entrance of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the heaven for shoppers. This hotel is only 200m away from the Cathedral and La Scala Theatre. Guests can enjoy Wi-Fi, a spa, and a gym.

The spacious bathrooms are made of marble, and some rooms are equipped with terraces so guests can witness the greatness of the city’s skyline.

Bulgari Hotel Milano

five star hotel rating

Adjacent to the most renowned shopping street, Via Montenapoleone, Bulgari Hotel is a fine establishment in Milan. The superb and luxurious rooms overlook Bulgari’s magical garden and the Botanical Gardens nearby. Modern designs combined with advanced technology make this accommodation a great choice for travelers.

Milan’s most romantic restaurants

Enrico Bartolini al Mudec ***

The only restaurant in Milan to be awarded three stars by Michelin after 26 years, Enrico Bartolini has one mission in mind: to blend contemporary and classic elements. This restaurant only has eight tables, making it the perfect place to dine with your loved one with heightened intimacy. Serving the most luscious Italian and Meditteranean food, make your belly happy with the seven or 10-course tasting menu. You can also try some of the specialties, such as oysters and caviar and grilled octopus with cacciucco salsa.

VUN Andrea Aprea **

Located in the city center, this restaurant literally means “one” in Milanese dialect. Chef Andrea Aprea’s objective is to express oneness with the city and land and blend traditional and contemporary and define the flavor. Begin your life-changing culinary experience with dishes such as scampi and veal tongue in green sauce and make your way to soft pigeon meat with walnut and plums.

Seta by Antonio Guida **

Chef Antonio Guida believes that an exquisite culinary experience mixes authentic flavors and a great personality. He also combines the taste of the North and the South impeccably. Seta opened its doors in 2015, and just four months after that, this restaurant was awarded 2 Michelin stars. Don’t miss house specialties such as spaghetti with sea anemones in black lemon and cream.

Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia **

This is the place where creativity and cleanliness make significant visual and gustatory impacts. Work and life partners, Aimo and Nadia, opened this restaurant more than 50 years ago. And now, although the two do not head the establishment anymore, two excellent chefs carry on their legacy and come up with authentic Italian dishes with a modern twist. Some excellence from this hearty restaurant includes Adriatic cuttlefish with zucchini and farm eggs, and Tortelli stuffed with burrata.

Berton *

This restaurant boasts a modern and minimalist style, and the authentic charm lies within the use of minimal ingredients to create authentic dishes. Established in 2013, Berton is a linear and modern restaurant with an easy-to-understand menu. Some favorites include raw and cooked Sicilian red prawns and codfish two ways.

Cracco *

Probably the most versatile restaurant in the city, Cracco also functions as a bar, a bistro serving snacks, a wine boutique, and a pastry shop. Chef Carlo Cracco is very famous, and he created this restaurant with one objective in mind: to surprise the customers. Ensure not to miss the “Eggs” section of the menu, which is the Chef’s flagship. The grilled pork face and the rice creamed with saffron also make for delectable dishes.

Romantic highlights of the city

Watch opera at Teatro alla Scala

One of the most romantic and rewarding things to do in Milan is satisfying your hearing in the high notes of opera singers and immerse yourself in opera’s plot. What could be more inviting than witnessing an opera in three acts, such as Giuseppe Verdi’s La Traviata to Puccini’s Tosca directly? Teatro alla Scala also hosts spectacular ballet performances such as Giselle and Swan Lake for those who are not into operas.

Dress up because being overdressed is always better than being underdressed in these places. To get into the vibes, you can listen to Pavarotti’s Nessun Dorma beforehand. And after the opera, an in-depth review of the opera with glasses of pinot noir in hand.

Enjoy aperitivo while watching the sunset

Aperitivo is a pre-meal drink that is savored between 5 PM to 8 PM. The alcoholic beverage is believed to stimulate appetite. Nothing accompanies you and your lover better when watching the sunset than a glass (or glasses) of rosé or fizzy prosecco and Aperol spritz.

Almost every coffee bar serves aperitivo right before closing (usually at dinner time), but if you feel a little fancy, take it up a notch by having aperitivo at cocktail bars, sitting outside, and sipping some magic as the sun sets with your loved one.

Gelato dates

Yes, “dates,” not “date” because one time is never enough, and you can never have too much gelato. The city center of Milan is home to many great gelato shops such as Grom and Terra Gelato. Artisanal and mouthwatering, there is a wide variety of flavors to choose from, be it the good ol’ stracciatella or pistachio to the daring ones such as fig and walnut.

Romantic evening promenades in the Naviglio Grande

If you are fed up and tired with the hustle and bustle of Milan’s city center, the Navigli area is a different side that might be interesting to explore. The Naviglio Grande is a grand canal with various bars, restaurants, and gelateria along. Taking late afternoon strolls when the sun is starting to set as the shops begin to twinkle with lights is fantastic. You can also have aperitivo and do some people-watching from one of the restaurants.

Shopping sprees never hurt (especially at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II)

This gallery is heaven for shoppers. Said to be the world’s oldest mall, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II retains the classic design but is far from old-fashioned. In fact, this is one prominent architectural wonder of Milan after Duomo. Walking under the glass ceilings of the gallery while checking on this season’s Chanel and Louis Vuitton bags does not seem too shabby, does it?

Explore Castello Sforzesco

Milan is not only famous for its shops. If you feel bored with witnessing the same regular scene of a big bustling city, why not retreat to taking romantic walks around and inside a 15th-century fortress? 

This fortress-turned-museum has served as a military barrack and a residence for the dukes. If you and your partner are history lovers, it might be worth knowing that Leonardo da Vinci worked here at the end of the fifteenth century. This museum is now home to Michelangelo’s masterpiece, the Pietà Rondanini. If you are in for an adventure, the underground passage that leads to the moats may satisfy the Sherlock in you. But if you are in the mood for some romance, go for a romantic stroll around the gardens of Parco Sempione.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

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