Monocle Showcases Fine Dining & Art for Milan 'Travel Guide'
The best the Italian city has to offer.
In the past, Monocle has done a spectacular job of showcasing some of the world’s most beloved locations. From Munich, Germany to Rome, Italy, Monocle has delivered an in-depth, visually-exciting breakdown of what this civilization’s finest cities have to offer.
For another entry in the popular Monocle Travel Guide series, the outlet travels back to Italy for a look at the “vivacious city” known as Milan. Presented as an exploration of the “very best” Milan allows its visitors to experience, this latest Travel Guide starts the journey at Senato Hotel — a “masterfully-restored neoclassical building” — and takes viewers around the city. Featuring eateries such as Gattullo and Bar Luce and one of Massimo De Carlo’s incredible gallery spaces, Monocle‘s Milan Travel Guide narrows down the Italian locale’s greatest spots to a list of tourist’s essentials.
Along with the promotional visual, Monocle has also put together a Travel Guide: Milan book; that effort features Tyler Brule, Andrew Tuck and Joe Pickard as its trio of authors and comes with a full color, stitched-binding hardcover presentation.
You can check out Monocle‘s Travel Guide: Milan vignette above, and pick up your own copy of the book here.
Earlier this year, Monocle also compiled a list of the world’s “most liveable cities for 2017.”
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