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5 things to do in Milan this weekend

From December 1st to 3rd

5 things to do in Milan this weekend From December 1st to 3rd

The beginning of the weekend coincides with the entrance into the month of December, as every year one of the most anticipated for its magical and auspicious atmosphere. To alleviate the wait for Christmas, the nss guide is ready to come to your rescue by proposing new and fun activities to do during the weekend from December 1st to 3rd.

Where to eat in Milan - GLORIA

GLORIA, the new restaurant from the Big Mamma international group, opens a restaurant in the heart of the city on December 1st. The aesthetics of the location are inspired by the '60s, welcoming guests in a lively atmosphere. It accommodates 226 guests, and its highlight is undoubtedly the open kitchen that captures the attention of those entering the venue. The menu consists of authentic recipes from Italian culture and is enriched with influences from France, England, Spain, and Germany. To complement it all, there is also an elegant cocktail bar. Are you ready to discover GLORIA?

Via Tivoli, 3

Where to relax in Milan - Terrazza Triennale

After recent ups and downs, Terrazza Triennale, a place that aims to create a blend of taste and art, is finally back. Terrazza Triennale opened on November 24th with the gastronomic proposal entrusted to a chef deeply rooted in the city, Tommaso Arrigoni. Investing in this reality is Compass Group, which manages the structure and wants the experience at the Terrazza to be a continuum with the artistic enjoyment of the design museum and exhibitions at the Triennale. Find more information at this link.

Viale Emilio Alemagna, 6


Where to shop in Milan - Artigiano in Fiera

From Saturday, December 2nd, to Sunday, December 10th, the Craft Fair opens to the public, one of the most anticipated events of the Christmas season. This edition will see the opening of eight pavilions, set up as usual in the spaces of FieraMilano in Rho, where it will be possible to buy products from all regions of Italy and countries from every continent. Four of the eight pavilions (1, 2, 3, and 4) are entirely dedicated to Italian regions; the remaining four pavilions, on the other hand, are intended for stands from different nations. To request free tickets, visit this link.

Corso Italia, Rho

What to visit in Milan - Fabbrica del Vapore

Amazônia, the exhibition by Sebastião Salgado at Fabbrica del Vapore in Milan, takes the visitor through the evocative environment of the Amazon forest immortalized by the shots of the Brazilian photographer. The exhibition, which includes over 200 photographs, focuses on two themes: the vegetation of the Amazon and the life of indigenous populations. The first section gathers spectacular aerial views of the forest alongside photographs of watercourses, torrential rains, and the Anavilhanas, an archipelago of over four hundred islands emerging from the waters of the Rio Negro. In the second section, the protagonists are indigenous populations and their customs and traditions. Among these stand out the Korubo, an isolated tribe that only Salgado's expedition in 2017 allowed us to know better. The exhibition ends on January 28th, so hurry to visit it.

Via Giulio Cesare Procaccini, 4

Where to have fun in Milan - Apollo Club

The golden age of Italian dance music lands at the Apollo Club with the Disco Stupenda night. Spinning the records will be the usual Tommiboy accompanied by Fantasie Safari, and as a special guest, it will be the turn of Maurice McGee, an Italo-American singer. Tickets are still available and can be purchased on DICE.

Via Giosuè Borsi, 9</p