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Lately, the Italian design capital has been mentioned with the word “renaissance”, describing a shift. Milan is more than a Fashion and Design destination. It is the “place to be” for the European culinary scene. Besides the classical trattoria, Milan offers a selection of sophisticated dining locations, always ready to host stylish guests during Fashion Week. This Milan Guide will show you a curated selection of our favorite places to “sleep, eat, drink, shop and explore”.
Milan is the home of world-renowned brands like Prada, Armani and Versace, and today this legacy goes further. Modern architectural projects have transformed the cityscape with a contemporary touch. Considering that 2019 marks 500 years since the death of Leonardo da Vinci, there has never been a better time to visit this Northern Italy metropolis.
On 204 pages, this City Guide contains:
All pictures, texts and research by Travel Colours.
Travel Colours has managed to encapsulate the essence of fine living in this wonderland of food, drink and boutiques. Easy to carry with you and incredibly stylish, it ushers you through a personalized journey of Cape Towns most exclusive and relevant lifestyle players.
Chefs Warehouse at Maison, Franschhoek
As a frequent traveller myself, I appreciate the curated selection of places and design inspirations in the coolest cities around the world that fill the pages of City Guides for Design Lovers. They allow you a different glimpse of the city, and access to the new in-spots before they become trendy and crowded.
House Relationship Director - Europe, Soho House
Stefanie did a great and deep search about the best local tips in Palma. A careful selection of the last trend sites compiled and presented in a great looking format. I’m very proud that NAKAR Hotel has been selected in this guide.
NAKAR Hotel, Mallorca
Our guests love the slick and sophisticated style of the Travel Colours City Guides. The perfect companion to a modern city for discerning, design-loving travellers and locals alike.
The Royal Portfolio