The Duomo cathedral and Galleria in Milan at sunset

Ciao Amore:
Milan in 48 hours

Milan is the perfect destination for a European city break. It’s full of character, creativity and history, and it’s easy to get around on foot.

Soak up the city’s sophisticated charm through simple delights like people watching from a café terrace, strolling down Via Dante, riding a vintage tram, or sipping aperitivo at sunset.

If you want to see trendsetters share the sidewalk with dapper nonnos (grandpas) wearing three-piece suits and flat caps on their way to the grocery store, you’ve come to the right place!

If you’re planning a trip to Milan in the post-pandemic world but you’re short on time, Everly has you covered. We’ve picked out some of the best highlights around the city.

But there’s no doubt you’ll feel like 48 hours isn’t enough and Milan will call you back again.

Milan's Navigli neighbourhood by the canal at sunset

Day one: AM

Start your day – the right way – with coffee! The steady stream of people filing into Botega Caffe Cacao (on Corso Genova) is a good sign.

Coffees, yoghurt pots and cream-filled Italian brioches are hard to go past, as you settle into a comfy couch and enjoy the free wi-fi…

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