24 Hour Itinerary: Milan, Italy With Christine Davis

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Salt & Wind -  Travel For Food Lovers  24 Hours in Milan | Viale Papiniano Farmers Market | http://saltandwind.com

Photo by Christine Davis

Salt & Wind -  Travel For Food Lovers - 24 Hours in Milan | Riad Food Garden | http://saltandwind.com
Salt & Wind -  Travel For Food Lovers - 24 Hours in Milan | Fondazione Prada | http://saltandwind.com
Salt & Wind -  Travel For Food Lovers -24 Hours in Milan | Ceresio 7 Pools & Restaurant | http://saltandwind.com
Salt & Wind -  Travel For Food Lovers - 24 Hours in Milan |10 Corso Como Bookshop  | http://saltandwind.com
Salt & Wind -  Travel For Food Lovers - 24 Hours in Milan | Shopping In Brera District | http://saltandwind.com
Salt & Wind -  Travel For Food Lovers - 24 Hours in Milan | Cioccolati Italiani | http://saltandwind.com
Salt & Wind -  Travel For Food Lovers - 24 Hours in Milan | Villa Necchi Campiglioi | http://saltandwind.com
Salt & Wind -  Travel For Food Lovers -24 Hours in Milan | Terrazza Aperol | http://saltandwind.com
Salt & Wind -  Travel For Food Lovers - 24 Hours in Milan | Mantra Raw Vegan | http://saltandwind.com
Salt & Wind -  Travel For Food Lovers - 24 Hours in Milan | Get A Taste Of Milan: Negroni Sbagliato | http://saltandwind.com

Milan doesn't always get the attention of the other major Italian cities but photographer Christine Davis proves that it's worth a second look. Her swoon-worthy photos had us dying to know where she'd go on her One Perfect Day in Milan.

The reputation of Milan, is that it is usually the least favorite city of Italy, compared to romantic Rome, Venice and Florence. Since it's the corporate center of the country, it can at times seem “cold” and “closed.” With a few architectural wonders to call its own, it is also internationally known as a fashion and design capital. Milan is quite the opposite as it takes time and patience to discover the gems and history hidden in this city.

I enjoy the city living that Milan offers and its cultural scene—especially art and food—have grown significantly in the last few years. I'm a native New Yorker and a foodie at heart, so I have enjoyed discovering both the city's classic offerings as well as the international restaurants and cafes. Here is how I'd rec you spend 24 hours in Milan. 


Opening photo by Christine Davis

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