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5 things to do for the Milan weekend

From February 28th to March 1st

5 things to do for the Milan weekend From February 28th to March 1st

It will not be a weekend like the others for us in Milan. After a Fashion Week with a decidedly unexpected ending and a surreal week, to say the least, the Coronavirus alarm is slowly becoming quieter, and with it, the city is trying to start again.
Although the number of events and unmissable appointments is not up to the usual, nss magazine has selected for you 5 things to do this weekend in Milan. 


To Club - Milano Suona Ancora - Online Event 

A live stream for those who don't want to give up partying. The major clubs, DJs and events in Milan come together for a fun proposal that, even with the closed clubs, will provide a healthy dose of fun, among the participants: Balera Favela, Club Domani, Lele Sacchi, Nice Club, Linoleum, Fresh Prince Night and many others. You can listen to the live stream here

Saturday, February 29th
h 18 - 3


To Discover - Sinigaglia Fair

Going to the Sinigaglia Fair is a rite for many inhabitants of the Navigli area. Every Saturday, the portion of Naviglio that runs from Via Paoli to via Bersanti is filled with stalls selling the most diverse items, from books to clothes, from antique furniture to handmade soaps. Difficult to leave without having bought something, if you have the resourcefulness of sinking your hands into piles of clothes and just explore every corner.

Naviglio Grande
h 10 - 17, open on Saturday


To Chill - Giardini della Guastalla

When any other place is closed, going to the park to relax the afternoon hours is a bit of a forced choice. But instead of going to Sempione Park or Indro Montanelli Gardens, decidedly too big and, let's face it, too mainstream, go chill on the benches of the Guastalla Gardens, a small and ancient park, silent and unquestionably beautiful.

Via Francesco Sforza 25
h 7- 19


To Eat - Tapas de Pescado

Opened this summer in Porta Romana, Tapas de Pescado is a small restaurant that, as the name suggests, specializes in fish tapas. The beauty is that being most small dishes you can have a quick snack or sit down to dine. Among other things inside the restaurant, there is a bar specializing in gin and tonic, so if you are looking for a place in the city that serves cocktails and has remained open, you have found the one for you.  

Via Gaetana Agnesi 2, Milano 
h 19 - 24


To Shop - Napoleone

Opened back in 1975, Napoleon is a vintage institution in Milan. It is precisely that shop to which, at first glance, you would not give even a penny, and instead among those full shelves to burst to hide treasures. 

Via degli Arcimboldi, 5
h 10 - 19, closed on Sunday