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5 things to do for the Milan weekend

From February 14 to 16

5 things to do for the Milan weekend From February 14 to 16

Valentine's Day Weekend. Depending on your romantic situation, it may be heaven or hell, but in doubt, it will be better not to get bored. Whether you're alone, or two or three, you can't stay indoors all day. So go take a look at the world out there and who knows if the next person you'll meet that will improve or ruin your life isn't waiting for you around the corner.


To Discover – Sexxx & Pop 

An exhibition about the history of erotic imagery and gender identity in Italy from the 1970s to the present day. The exhibition will take place at Fabbrica del Vapore and will exhibit documents and vintage photos, erotic publications and works by great masters such as Guido Crepax, Cinzia Leone and Paolo Eleuteri Sarperi. Alongside these exhibits, there will also be documents on the history of sexual liberation and the redefinition of gender identity. 

From Friday, February 14th to Tuesday, February 25th, 2020
Fabbrica del Vapore
Via Giulio Cesare Procaccini, 4
Tickets available here


To Club – St. Valentine's Limone Party

The Magnolia had the merit of taking a melancholy celebration like Valentine's Day and turning it into something fun. The Limone Party is an institution in Milan: take the number at the entrance, look for the person with the corresponding number and you will have not only a free drink but also a great excuse to make out with more or less anyone.

Friday, February 14th
Circolo Magnolia
Via Circonvallazione Idroscalo 41
h 23:00 – 4
Free entry with club card


To Shop – SNAP Milano

In Milan, weekend shopping means only one thing: vintage. In the midst of many stores that have become an institution, Snap is a newcomer but has chosen its location well. The shop is located in Via Gian Giacomo Mora, which has now become one of the vintage streets of the city. More than a nude and raw vintage, however, Snaps also has a certain concept store aesthetic. Don't miss it. 

Via Gian Giacomo Mora, 11


To Chill - Vinyl District Milan: Mercatino nel bagagliaio

The nicest thing about a flea market is that you don't visit it to really buy something, but to stroll around in relaxation and discover some knolls from the past. If the market in question is mainly dedicated to vinyl and it is the Temple of the Lost Future that organizes it, you can be sure that there will be enough to see and listen to to spend a whole Sunday there.

Sunday, February 16th
Via Luigi Nono, 9
h 14:00 – 21:00
Free Entry


To Eat – Mœbius

Located between Republic and Caiazzo, the Mœbius is a beautiful middle-ground for weekend evenings. Since it's both a tapas bar and a real restaurant, you can either sit down for a gourmet snack while sipping cocktails or enjoy a dinner with chef Enrico Croatti's gastronomic dishes. In any case, you won't regret it.

Via Alfredo Cappellini, 25