All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
As the Italian fashion capital, it’s not surprising that Milan is also a destination for artisan craftsmanship. Its avenues are filled with traditional Italian tailors, some of which have been operating for generations, while even the modern brands offer the local shopper a more exclusive, bespoke experience. Visit the workshops and boutiques of the best artisans in Milan with this two-day itinerary.
Sartoria A. Caraceni
Then, take a 10-minute walk or drive to Bally.
Zagliani Atelier for Bally
Next, it’s a 15-minute drive to Pino Grasso.
Pino Grasso Ricami
The next destination is a 10-minute drive from here.
The final stop of the day can be reached with a 15-minute drive.
Cicli Drali Milano
To return to the hotel, it’s a 25-minute drive.
It is a 10-minute drive to the next destination.
Next, take a 10-minute walk or a five-minute drive to Pasticceria Biffi.
Follow this with a 10-minute drive to the penultimate stop.
Then, take a short five-minute drive or walk to Bottega Ghianda.
The hotel can be reached with a 15-minute drive or a 20-minute walk.