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How to savour Milan: in small sips

Milan’s great masterpieces are often hidden away: they are best discovered strolling around unhurriedly and keeping a watchful eye for hidden details. One of these masterpieces is the millennial bell tower, still in operation, built next to the Romanesque church of San Celso. Its long story starts in 374 AD, when Saint Ambrose (the beloved […]


Past and future at full blast

Most tourists travel around the world armed with a guide book and a selfie stick, in an attempt to capture every moment and remind themselves, once back to reality, of just how much fun they really had. But alas such dedicated sightseeing is often not enough to make the most of the city and discover […]