A very old district of Milano with restaurants, bars, night clubs, antique and art shops, colorful street markets, as well as fortune tellers' booths
It is the area of Milan I prefer. There is a nice pedestrian area with fine shops and restaurants. There are also many places where to have the typical "aperitivo milanese" with fingerfoods. Despite of Milan, a realy relaxing place.
Brera is a cute part of Milan to wander around. There are lots of stores and restaurants you can check out during your stroll.
Brera is the northwest part of Milan, also the old town, is a historical and cultural area, the building has a certain sense of the age, so the city is also a strong atmosphere, including many small churches.
Here is the famous Latin area in Milan, a living museum with hundreds of years of continuous life history. In addition to the mottled and modern architecture, there are also characteristic cafes and restaurants with strong styles. Anyone who enters the house will be amazing.
It is recommended to hang out there and having a walk from the Duomo to this wonderful district that has a really Italian sense and elegant classic buildings.
This is such a nice part of Milan. Lot's of really good restaurants that the locals would visit. Had dinner there once, great food and reasonably priced. There are also many boutiques and shops in the...
Lively place that wasn't too far from our apartment, great food, and a great vibe in the evenings. Bustling.
Brera is a good area to eat like a local. You can taste from traditional pasta to pizza and have your Italian beer along with your meal.
Narrow lane and alleys filled with unique shops and restaurants, history and charm. Grab a table on a square and watch Italy stroll by.