Milan Fashion Week and Guide

Hey my loves,

I hope you all are doing well! The weather is getting better and better so I can’t wait for spring to come 😊

Now I finally had time to sit down and write my Milan blogpost. The last couple of weeks were just crazy because I moved back from Florence to Munich and had to cope with a lot of things but here we go 🙈

If you guys are following me on the Gram you know that I went to Milan Fashion Week this year. It was such a lovely experience and I met so many sweet people.
It was a very spontaneous trip I booked with my friend Daniela maybe 3 weeks in advance. Since we were both still living in Florence back then we decided to save some money and travel by bus (4h bus ride from Florence to Milan – by train it is maybe 1 1/2h but way more expensive). We also booked a quite cheap AirBnb not too far away from the city centre. Most of the time we took a taxi to get to the shows or events which was quite expensive but you know it – girls are always late 😅 We were also a little struggling in our AirBnb because we only had a tiny mirrow in the bathroom – so we could never check our outfits haha. The locations of the shows and events were spread around the city centre – some of them were a little more outside of the city. If you are a very organized person and always on time you can actually always take the metro which is so much less expensive and you don’t get stuck in the traffic – which almost always happens during Fashion Week. Sooo besides the events and shows we attended, of course good food was on our bucket list. There are so many good italian restaurants.

Here I list you some of my favorite restaurants in Milan:
1. Panini Durini (Via Durini, 26, 20122 Milano)

2. Tartufi and Friends Milano (Corso Venezia, 18, 20121 Milano)

3. On the terrace of the Aperol Bar you get the perfect Duomo view. The best time to go is around 7-8pm because you can enjoy the sunset with a delicious Aperitivo.

4. Savini Ice Cream is the BEEEST – go choose cinnamon and pistachio!

One of my favorite experiences in Milan was also going to the Museo del Novecento (Via Guglielmo Marconi, 1, 20122 Milano). Besides all the amazing artworks they have the most beautiful view from the highest floor.
Make sure to check it out!

For shopping the best streets are Via Montenapoleone, Via Sant‘Andrea, Piazza del Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele and around the Via Torino.

If you wanna find the most instagrammable place in Milan right now get out of the metro station Via Momtenapoleone there you will find one of the cutest Vogue Kiosks in the city!

I hope you guys enjoyed reading my fashion week/ travel guide for Milan! If you have any questions or other tips for Milan let me know!!

Have a lovely sunday and hopefully see you soon Milan!



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