Milan is known as the fashion capital, but it can also be a surprising romantic destination to experience with your future spouse. You can admire the enchanting Italian architecture, unique food, and the best clothes in the world. Staying at the charming Bulgari Hotel is the beginning of an exclusive experience. Just a few steps from via Montenapoleone, in the city center, an eighteenth-century palace renovated with taste welcomes the five-star hotel that, behind its austere facades, hides enchanting courtyards and unexpected green spaces. An example is the luxurious private garden of 4,000 square meters, a natural extension of the nearby Botanical Garden and an oasis of serenity and relaxation to regenerate.

The Bulgari Hotel Milano offers its guests an unforgettable stay, fulfilling their requests 24 hours a day and ensuring a high-quality service. The exclusive hotel organizes private visits to villas and museums, seaplane excursions on Lake Como, and tours to discover the most exclusive Italian destinations by private plane, limousine, or yacht.

Credits: Bulgari Hotel

Moreover, after the openings in Beijing, Shanghai, and Dubai, three Michelin-starred chef Niko Romito has brought his restaurant back to where it all began: Milan, at the Bulgari Hotel. Contemporary Italian cuisine is at the base of Chef Niko’s concept, which combines modern Italian with classical, perceiving the essence of “Made in Italy” in every element that composes it.

Credits: Bulgari Hotel

The ideal place for a Milanese aperitif is the Rooftop Duomo at La Rinascente, where the Food Hall is located. Climbing to the top floor of one of the city’s most famous buildings, you can enjoy a breathtaking view from the panoramic terrace overlooking the spires of the Duomo so close that you feel like you can touch them. A memorable romantic toast accompanied by a paradise of gourmet delicacies to enjoy with your future wife.

In Milan, you can stroll with your beloved among international and futuristic scenarios and admire avant-garde contemporary architectures such as: Bosco Verticale: designed by Boeri Studio, it consists of two residential towers completely covered with vegetation, with the aim of creating a sort of “urban forest” to improve air quality and biodiversity in the city. Fondazione Prada: the Prada Foundation hosts a series of exhibition spaces dedicated to contemporary art and cinema, located within a visually striking architectural complex designed by Rem Koolhaas. CityLife: a major urban redevelopment project that has transformed a large industrial area into a new residential and commercial district. Among the main present architectures, there are the Isozaki Tower, designed by the Japanese studio Isozaki and Maffei Associates, and the Hadid Tower, designed by the famous Anglo-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid. Piazza Gae Aulenti: a large square located in the new Porta Nuova district, characterized by an imposing diamond-shaped skyscraper and a spectacular fountain.

Bosco Verticale – Foto di Ana Pereira su Unsplash
Fondazione Prada: Foto di Ricardo Gomez Angel su Unsplash

But Milan is an extremely rich city in history and buildings of great artistic value, and you can visit masterpieces such as: the Duomo, Milan Cathedral, the city’s symbol, one of the largest and most famous examples of Gothic architecture in Italy. The Sforza Castle: built in the fifteenth century as the residence of the Sforza family, it now houses numerous museums and art collections. The Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery: one of the most famous commercial galleries in the world, built at the end of the nineteenth century and characterized by its iron and glass architecture and its artistic decorations. The Scala Theatre: one of the most famous and prestigious opera houses in the world, built in 1778 and hosting some of the greatest opera and concert performances of all time. Santa Maria delle Grazie: the Renaissance church where the famous Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci is located, one of the absolute masterpieces of Italian painting.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II – Credits Foto di ARNO PARTISSIMO su Unsplash

For a more carefree and very Milanese stroll, the Navigli can be a suggestive setting and an ideal place to taste traditional Milanese cuisine, boasting dishes known all over the world. Here is the unbeatable, divine, risotto alla Milanese, with its splendid and inimitable yellow color to be enjoyed at “Posto di Conversazione” on Via Alzaia Naviglio Grande, 6.

Risotto alla Milanese: Credits Osteria Posto di Conversazione

For a high-quality tailor-made suit, Sanvenero takes care of clothing for the big day, aimed at both the groom and anyone who wants to appear perfectly elegant, wearing a custom-made ceremony suit made by the city’s best tailors.

Sanvenero Milano – Credits: Sanvenero

An exclusive location for your wedding in Milan, you can choose SPAZIO PARCO MILANO. Here you can organize an unforgettable wedding, with a high-quality catering service and a professional staff who will assist you in every stage of the organization. A completely restored place of memory surrounded by a large park that knows how to make unforgettable days the protagonist. Eclectic spaces suitable for private events and weddings under the arches that frame the historic building.

Spazio Parco Milano – Credits: Spazio Parco Milano
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