Milano

When they say that there’s no place like home, they are right. I was born and raised in Milano and I’m deeply, madly in love with my hometown: a city that has a lot to offer to those who really want to get to know it, a place of ancient art and modern buildings, the ideal spot to have fun, eat, drink and have the time of your life. From museums to churches, from restaurants to shops and stores, there is something for everyone in this amazing city and I’m here to show you the best places to enjoy Milano like a local.

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There are few places where one can feel a million miles away from the chaos and the routine of the city without traveling too far, and Cascina Cuccagna, with its restaurant Un Posto a Milano, is definitely one of the best ones. Here are 5 reasons to love this wonderful place: Cascina Cuccagna is full of history Quite simply put, you won’t find any similar buildings in the area – or anywhere in downtown Milano…

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I fell in love with L’Ov Milano – the place to go to in Milan if, like me, you are an egg addict. When people ask me if I don’t miss living in Florida, my answer is usually a flat-out “no”, especially if I stop and think about the heat and the humidity. But if I really have to come up with something that I miss about living there, it’s something food related. It’s the…

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There was a time when pizza was just pizza: one crust, ten or twelve options, standard ingredients: and it was fine, of course, because pizza is amazing, even when it’s the simplest of pies. Still, when “gourmet pizzas” started to be a thing, I was secretly thrilled: as much as I love a regular Margherita or Marinara, the idea of experimenting with different and unusual toppings and flavors intrigued me. So I was thrilled to try…

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I’m the sort of person who shouldn’t believe in first impressions. When I met my best friend Francesca right before the beginning of our sophomore year in high school, I immediately disliked her for no reason whatsoever. Two years later Carolina, who also became my best friend, moved to our school at the end of our junior year and, sure enough, I didn’t like her at first. When I met Marco, who has recently become…

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If you haven’t tried Brazilian style sushi yet, I suggest you drop everything you are doing and head over to Copacabana Brazilian Sushi right away: fresh, intriguing and perfect for everyone (yes, even for those who don’t like raw fish), the rolls that come out of Chef Barreto’s kitchen are so tasty you will want to go back for more (and more. And MORE.) Copacabana Temakeria has been around since 2014 with two very chic locations –…

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