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5 things to do in Milan this weekend

From 28 to 30 May

5 things to do in Milan this weekend From 28 to 30 May

The sun has finally arrived, the curfew slightly extended (you will have to settle!) and the most sparkling atmosphere ever in a Milan that is preparing for an upcoming fashion week, the first physical or semi-physical after lockdown. Whether this general mood has already overwhelmed you or you are waiting for the desire to get off the sofa this weekend as you would expect a miracle, keep in mind that there is more and more to do in the city. And these are our tips on how to spend the next few days relaxing.

To Eat – Particolare Milano

Gorgeous restaurant with equally gorgeous indoor garden, the beauty of Particolare is that its dehors is not on the street but interior. You eat outdoors but in the courtyard — and on a sunny day the feeling is magnificent. To tell you how good the food is, just the photos you find in the gallery – if you don't trust wagyu's carpaccio and you won't regret it.


Via Gerolamo Tiraboschi, 5

To Drink - GhePensi M.I. & The Mixtape

Technically a pub, technically undemanding but on Fridays there is the appointment The Mixtape in which the two resident Bassi Maestro and Goedi make patrons listen to their vinyls. Added bonus: You're immersed in the partying atmosphere of NoLo. Another added bonus: when you get here, you can unbutton your shirt, order a drink and relax a little.

Ghe Pensi M.I.

Piazza Morbegno 2

To Discover – Furla Series. Nairy Baghramian: Misfits @ GAM

Five environments to tell Nairy Baghramian and his art. This is the goal of the artist's first solo exhibition in Italy realized as part of the Furla Series of Fondazione Furla. Gam's aristocratic spaces along with its gardens become the stages that house sculptures that reflect on the concepts of unity, assembly and play.

GAM Galleria d'Arte Moderna

Via Palestro, 16

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To Chill – Wakeparadise Milano

Surfing and wakeboarding for the most active. Chill area and jetty for sunbathing for the lazy. Open air and greenery all around and nowhere, the terrible traffic of the city. Milan may still miss the sea, but this is the best alternative.

Ingresso Sud, Via Circonvallazione Idroscalo, 20068 Peschiera Borromeo MI

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To Shop - CityLife Shopping District

Now that the shopping centers are open, it is the ideal time to return to visit one of the most beautiful shopping centers in Milan. The CityLife Shopping District was designed by the studio of the legendary Zaha Hadid, is one of the wonders of the city and could be the ideal destination for a no-obligation city trip.

Piazza Tre Torri