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5 things to do in Milan this weekend

From 3 to 5 May

5 things to do in Milan this weekend  From 3 to 5 May

May has finally arrived, with its beautiful weather (hopefully) and its smells. The trees and meadows of Milan are now in bloom, despite the heavy storms that dotted the city in April, and every corner of the center shines with the color that has been missing for months. This weekend, the weather gives us moments of sun, so our column dedicated to the best suggestions for your weekdays in the Lombard capital is dedicated to outdoor activities and spring shopping.

So, here are 5 things to do in Milan this weekend.

Where to eat in Milan - Casazul

Casazul celebrates Mexican cuisine to preserve the purest essence of local traditional cuisine. Family recipes and a welcoming atmosphere transform the place into a relaxing place, but fun is not lacking: Casazul's Yucatecan soul cuisine includes a selection of characteristic cocktails that tantalize the taste buds, setting the right pace for the evening. From empanadas to nachos, from carne asada to tacos, it's hard to go wrong.

Via Lazzaro Papi, 7  


What to explore in Milan - Mudec

On March 28th, Mudec inaugurated the new exhibition Tattoo - Stories of the Mediterranean, a journey through one of the oldest and most controversial practices in human history. Curated by Lisa Gnecchi Ruscone and Guido Guerzoni, the exhibition explores the traditions, motifs, and characters that have built the myth of tattooing up to today, focusing in particular on the Mediterranean area with historical artifacts, prints, and video and sound installations.

Via Tortona, 56

Where to relax in Milan - POP

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This Sunday marks the start of the "Palhomitas Tour", a series of 100 evenings that blend the taste of Mexican Altos tequila with the lively energy of contemporary cumbia, offering a journey through the culture and flavors of the Los Altos plateau, Jalisco, Mexico. Launched by the brand Altos Tequila, the experience will feature the Altos Paloma, the brand's iconic cocktail recently awarded as the best tequila for Paloma by Drinks International. After the first evening on Sunday at Pop, the tour continues in another 100 locations around Italy.

Ripa di Porta Ticinese, 61

Where to shop in Milan - SorryMummy archive

This weekend, the Milanese archive SorryMummy inaugurates its first pop-up shop. From Section80Bar, the brand has organized an archive sale of vintage clothes accompanied by vinyl records, wine, and a tailor-made menu. With the energetic notes of the dj set by Omar Jaimes and Akwaaba World, stylist and founder Aurora Zaltieri invites you to discover a selection of vintage clothes and have fun with vacuum-packed garments. With "ugly but still cute," at the SorryMummy pop-up shop, you can blindly fish out treasures waiting for a new home, a sort of blindfolded shopping that brings life back to clothes that would otherwise be lost.

Via Farini, 44 

Where to have fun in Milan - One Shot Teaser Party

At Tutti Fritti, the nerve centre of Milan's southern subcultures, One Shot presents its new short film shot by Amedeo Zancanella, the teaser of the next big event to be held on 8 June in the spaces of Circolo Magnolia. While we wait to dance in the open air, see you at Tutti Fritti.

Corso di Porta Ticinese, 18