By Lily Heise for Plum Guide
A few years ago, many travellers to Italy passed over Milan in favour of the more picturesque cities of Rome, Florence and Venice. However, since hosting the World’s Fair in 2015, Italy’s fashion capital has been experiencing a modern Renaissance, thanks to its excellent dining scene, avant-garde architecture and, of course, shopping opportunities.
Are you into elegant aristocratic buildings or eco-friendly glass skyscrapers? Chic or cool bar for aperitivo? Hipster or haute-couture boutiques? If you’re deciding on where to stay in Milan, find your perfect place in the city with our neighbourhood guide below. Discover the guide here.