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5 things to do in Milan this weekend

From October 9th to 11th

5 things to do in Milan this weekend From October 9th to 11th

With the arrival of autumn, the city's activities are picking up momentum and, despite all the necessary cautions and prudence, the time of year when staying indoors was the only option of the weekend. On the days ahead, for example, you can either go and listen to a DJ set or visit interactive and non-interactive exhibitions, take advantage of the last Wunder Market event at the Ride or devote yourself to dinners and aperitifs around the city.

To Club – Apollo Club | Yas Reven + Paula Tape + Virginia W. Ricci

After the reopening last weekend, Apollo Club continues to animate the Milanese night. Saturday night's appointment will be divided into three time slots: open, dinner and after dinner. You will need to book in advance by calling the club directly (02 02 38260176) or via the email address on the club's official website.

Saturday, October 10th
Apollo Club
Via Giosuè Borsi, 9
h 19:30 – 3:30

To Discover – Claude Monet - The Immersive Experience

After the huge success in Korea, Belgium, England and Spain, the immersive multimedia exhibition on Claude Monet also arrived in Milan. A unique visual experience that will take visitors to the center of the Impressionist paintings of the great French painter. To participate, you will need to purchase your tickets on TicketOne.

Teatro degli Arcimboldi
Viale dell'Innovazione, 20
h 10:00 – 20:00
Buy your tickets here

To Shop – Ride Milano | Wunder Temporary Market

This is the last weekend when the Wunder Temporary Market in Porta Genoa will remain open. It will be good to take advantage of it to find vintage pearls, objects and modernity just a step away from the Navigli. The market will be open from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Ride Milano
Via Valenza, 2
h 17:00 – 23:00

To Eat – Killer Milano

A place with glam charm, all neon and design chairs, where you can find both to drink and eat. The chef, Andrea Marconetti, is concerned to maintain the expectations aroused by the scratchy name of the restaurant and to live up to the mythological heritage of the place, which was built in what was the private of the ex-Plastic.

Viale Umbria, 120
h 18:30 – 1:00 (closed on Sunday)
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To Chill – MAG La Pusterla

The latest addition to the big Mag family, La Pusterla is actually a historic location here in Milan and is located in the neighbourhood, that of Sant'Ambrogio, which while hiding some goodies for nightlife is usually not one of the most popular places in the city. As in all the premises run by Flavio Angiolillo, the aperitif is a must between level drinks and delights signed by chef Vincenzo Migniuolo. 

Via Edmondo de Amicis, 22
h 7:30 – 2:00