Edoardo Caovilla’s favourite spots in Italy’s fashion and design hub
One of the few buildings in the city that survived the bombing during World War II. It gives us a glimpse of what Milan was like before.
SANTA MARIA DELLE GRAZIE
The convent next to the church is home to Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. You need to make a reservation in advance, but it’s a must-see when you are in Milan.
A street in the trendy design district of Brera that is full of interesting boutique shops. To me, it’s an example of the real Milan.
My wife and I love dining here. It has a cosy design and a good variety of dishes from across Italy.
Their bar snacks menu features specialties from southern Italy. A great place for aperitivo hour.