In the Heart of the City

Discover Milan's most precious treasures

Located a few steps from Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, which connects Piazza del Duomo to Piazza della Scala, Galleria boasts a privileged position to suit all types of traveler, from those wanting to develop their business, to those interested in shopping and tourists keen to explore the city.


Fashion District

Fashion capital Milan is home to the famous “Fashion Quadrilateral,” home to many prestigious international luxury boutiques. Galleria is just a short walk from this exclusive district.

Brera District

The artistic district of Milan is a perfect blend of history, culture, and architecture. Showrooms, art galleries, original boutiques, and old workshops intertwine along the streets, giving way to trendy bars, restaurants, and taverns to suit all tastes.

The five roads, the historic district

This area is so called because it is the focal point where Via di Santa Marta, Via del Bollo, Via Bocchetto, Via Santa Maria Fulcorina, and Via Santa Maria Podone converge. A real concentration of galleries, craft shops, antiques stores, ateliers, and artists’ studios, ideal for a peaceful stroll away from the traffic.

Navigli District

The Navigli area is famous for its twin canals and cobblestone streets lined with contemporary art galleries, vintage shops, and art and antique markets. The neighborhood represents the beating heart of Milan’s nightlife and offers a variety of dining options, including pizzerias, canal-side trattorias, and innovative clubs.


Ristorante Savini

Born during the Belle Époque period, Savini is one of Milan’s historic and most prestigious restaurants. From breakfast to dinner, including aperitivo hour, it offers elegant meat and fish dishes, bringing a modern twist to traditional Lombardy cuisine.

Ristorante Solferino

Delicious meat-based Lombardy dishes, simple yet expertly and artfully prepared. The restaurant offers an enchanting patio complete with garden view.

Ristorante Cracco

Restaurant on the second floor in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. The menu features unexpected courses, such as crusted fish soup and marinated egg yolk with green asparagus and black truffle, as well as traditional dishes, such as saffron mantecato rice, grilled marrow, and liver ragout.

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Hosteria della Musica

The meat-based menu surprises and excites diners while the very varied live music line-up has everything from jazz to soul.

Arts & Culture

Palazzo Reale

Palazzo Reale is a cultural hub in the heart of the city, just a short walk from the Duomo. It plays a significant role on the Milan art scene, as demonstrated by the great success of recent exhibitions featuring renowned artists like Monet, Picasso, and many other prominent names in the world of international painting and sculpture.

La Pinacoteca di Brera

The Pinacoteca di Brera is a national gallery of ancient and modern art, located in one of the largest complexes in Milan spanning more than 24,000 square meters. The museum houses one of the most renowned collections of Venetian and Lombardy painting in Italy, along with significant works from other schools. In addition, and thanks to donations, it offers an exhibition pathway that ranges from prehistory to contemporary art and showcases masterpieces by 20th-century artists.

Museo del Novecento

Milan’s Museo del Novecento is an architectural structure of great historic and artistic value. It houses a rich collection of 20th-century artworks, offering visitors a unique perspective on the artistic and cultural evolution of the past century.

Teatro alla Scala

The Teatro alla Scala in Milan is one of the most prestigious theaters in the world. Renowned for its high-level operatic performances and ballets, it captivates audiences with its magnificent productions and extraordinary acoustics.