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5 cose da fare a Milano questo weekend

Dal 24 al 26 giugno

5 cose da fare a Milano questo weekend Dal 24 al 26 giugno

After two hectic weeks of design and fashion and an asphyxiating summer heat that made the crowds even more tedious, we prepare to be peppered with stories of people holidaying on the Ligurian Riviera or in Milano Marittima. While we find ourselves enclosed within four walls and evading deadlines and blessing the air conditioning, nss does not abandon you, faithful as ever to its role as Meneghine Cicerone in every season.


To Eat - Particolare

Raw prawn tartare, cacio e pepe revisited, tuna tataki: a fusion menu to be enjoyed in a courtyard restaurant, in a kind of secret garden. The perfect summer location for a lunch, an aperitif, a dinner or even a cocktail to end the evening, all plastic-free and powered solely by renewable energy sources. 

Via Tiraboschi, 5


To Discover - Colors, Places, Faces

Colors, Places, Faces is a composite and multiform narrative that reflects, through a kaleidoscope of visions, a unique combination of art, journalism and storytelling. Curated by Giorgio Armani in collaboration with Magnum Photos, the exhibition offers an eclectic perspective through the gaze of ten international photographers and their respective ways of understanding photography: from Christopher Anderson's China to Olivia Arthur's Dubai, from Bruno Barbey's Morocco to Werner Bischof's New York.

Via Bergognone, 40


To Chill - Rita & Cocktails

A real institution in the Navigli, a fun menu, good vibes and the best of Milanese style: founded in 2002 by Edoardo Nono and Giànluca Chiaruttini, Rita & Cocktails continues to be a point of reference for beverage lovers. Rita's signature drink is the GinZen, a fresh and spicy drink made with crushed ginger, lime and gin, a must in every Milanese experience.

Via Angelo Fumagalli, 1


To Shop - Malavasi Bookshop

Founder Paride Malavasi, a bookseller from 1933 to 1975, opened the shop in Milan in 1939 under the sign Libreria Malavasi. In its sixty years of history, the shop also experienced the bombings during the Second World War and the subsequent rebirth, not only political and economic, becoming a meeting place for writers, teachers and professionals. Today it is a meeting place for printed paper enthusiasts where they can discover first editions, discontinued volumes, antique books and much more.

Largo Ildefonso Schuster, 1


To Club - Le Cannibale

The courtyard of the Triennale comes alive with electronic music and visual material generated by artificial intelligence with Le Cannibale at the Triennale. It is called Godly Entropy, and it is the fil rouge of this exhibition where at each appointment the duo Umut_Alberto will bring visual art by means of a series of interventions with A.I. (Artificial Intelligence).

Viale Emilio Alemagna, 6