All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Best places to eat in Milan
Pull up a chair outside a trattoria and watch the models slink by, or to head inside for a fancy sit-down dinner; wherever you choose to dine in Milan, you’re guaranteed an exceptional experience. Milan has a rich tapestry of communities and culinary traditions, with some indulging in the very old custom of aperitivo and others preferring to linger in neighbourhood locals that still do slow foods and Lombard cuisine. Armed with this two-day itinerary, embark on a tour of the city’s favourite food haunts.
Then, take a seven-minute walk to the California Bakery on Via Larga.
From here, take a five-minute stroll over to Signorvino.
Head to Milan’s canal district for dinner at Al Pont de Ferr, just 20 minutes away by taxi.
Al Pont de Ferr
Finally, hop in another taxi for 20 minutes to reach Le Cantine Isola.
Le Cantine Isola
The hotel is a 10-minute taxi journey away from the wine bar.
Take a 10-minute walk from the hotel to Gelsomina
From Gelsomina, take a 10-minute taxi ride to Eataly Milan Smeraldo.
Eataly Milan Smeraldo
From Eataly, a five-minute walk will take you to Enoteca Cotti.
A 10-minute walk will take you to the last stop on the tour, La Prosciutteria.
La Prosciutteria Milano
To get back to the Hotel Principe di Savoia, take a 10-minute taxi ride.