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Piedmont : gastronomie

Gourmet Shop
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“The largest Italian food and wine grocery store in the world, where you can buy, eat and study high-quality of food and drink.”
  • Recommandé par 219 habitants
Restaurant italien
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“Trendy place, basically just a canal where people sit with their drinks and look at the water. There are swans.”
  • Recommandé par 223 habitants
  • 2 expériences
Outlet Mall
“This is the true shopping paradise, the largest design and fashion outlet in Europe. The best offers at prices you won't believe. Plan to spend at least half-day there. Ata about 30 mins drive from home.”
  • Recommandé par 59 habitants
Bistro
“Apart from the museum, this is a street full of life , surrounded by fashion stores and cafés”
  • Recommandé par 87 habitants
Mountain Hut
“30 minute drive, and you are high up on the skiing slopes. Incredible views of three lakes. Maggiore, D'Orta, and Varesse. In the Summer they host a toboggan rides, and amazing restuarants. ”
  • Recommandé par 72 habitants
Club de jazz
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“Iconic jazz club, less than 500 meters away it's a very popular spot so tickets must be bought in advance ! ”
  • Recommandé par 151 habitants
Autres grands espaces
“The Parc Animalier de Merlet is not a zoo. It's a reserve for deer, chamois, bouquetins, marmots, llamas and more. Come see the animals in their natural habitat.”
  • Recommandé par 81 habitants
Café
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“I suggest to walk into the palace and go up the stairs to the last floor where it's possible to enjoy the view of Turin, which is gratis and the same of you can see from the "Mole Antonelliana" but the elevator of the last one is not gratis. ”
  • Recommandé par 30 habitants
  • 2 expériences
Miscellaneous Shop
“The district takes its name both from some areas that bordered old farmhouses in the area - called "isole" - and from the actual isolation of its urban context, almost disconnected from the rest of the city. It developed at the end of the nineteenth century following the creation of the Turin to Venice railway line that interrupted the continuity of the ancient via Comasina between the current corso Como, south of the railway, and via Borsieri, around which the entire area grew. Since then this unique isolation has enabled the district to maintain its specific identity, fostered by an efficacious mix of residential buildings and workshops, which, together with the spread of cultural associations, clubs and meeting areas, make it one of the liveliest areas in Milan. Within the district, consisting mainly of traditional courtyard houses with balconies, there are numerous Art Nouveau buildings and some interesting examples of Milanese rationalism like the Ghiringhelli, Toninello and Rustici-Comolli houses, built in the thirties by Pietro Lingeri and Giuseppe Terragni. In Piazzale Lagosta stands one of the most elegant tenement blocks in the city (1924-25): in the courtyard, on the site of the ancient Mojazza cemetery, lies a plaque commemorating the small grave, near a mass grave, in which the poet Giuseppe Parini was buried. The new urban renovation of the Garibaldi-Repubblica area, with a vast structure of green spaces and pedestrian areas, has finally linked Isola to the rest of the city. The northern access point to the city, Porta Garibaldi is located in the centre of Piazza XXV Aprile and was built by the architect Giacomo Moraglia between 1826 and 1828. The current neoclassical arch, originally dedicated to Francis I of Austria to commemorate his visit to Milan in 1825, was later named after Giuseppe Garibaldi to mark his victory against the Austrians at San Fermo (1859). In recent years the axis that comprises corso Garibaldi, Piazza XXV Aprile and corso Como has undergone a lot of gentrification with the opening of numerous bars, shops and clubs and is now one of the main hubs of Milan's hectic nightlife.”
  • Recommandé par 71 habitants
  • 1 expérience
Cafe
“if you are visiting the Quadrilatero neighbourhood you have to stop here and ask for a "Bicerin", a tasteful drink made by coffee, chocolate and cream.”
  • Recommandé par 93 habitants
Piedmontese Restaurant
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“Very cheap, very good, super popular! Very nice atmosphere in one lively and romantic square!”
  • Recommandé par 55 habitants
Bar à cocktails
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“The very best of Isola Area. Situated in a post industrial structure, offers biologic food, great music, good beer and great cocktails”
  • Recommandé par 89 habitants
Pizzeria
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“Pizzeria Spontini first saw the light in Milan in 1953. Today, Pizzeria Spontini is a business enterprise. Spontini arrived even to Tokyo. You must try it!”
  • Recommandé par 77 habitants
Café
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“È patrimonio mondiale dell'umanità UNESCO come parte del sito seriale Residenze Sabaude. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as part serial Savoy Residences.”
  • Recommandé par 55 habitants
Gourmet Shop
“Large food hall with a variety of restaurants (meat, fish, pasta, pizza, salad etc) and a selection of the best italian food and beverage counters, bakery, retail items etc. Average price: depends on the restaurant you choose”
  • Recommandé par 55 habitants
Restaurant japonais
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“Nice concept - Perfect for a romantic evening- It is a fusion food restaurant mixing the Japanese and Swedish cuisine . The concept is to share small plates and savors. Price can be a bit high around 100euros for two persons .”
  • Recommandé par 60 habitants