LOUIS VUITTON CITY GUIDE – MILAN

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Louis Vuitton DNA is inseparably linked with the world of traveling. For decades the brand, founded in Paris in 1854, proposed luggage and leather goods only and even now, despite the offer of products LV has enormously increased, the original spirit tied to the idea of an endless journeys is still the same.

Louis Vuitton continues to turn to a clientele made up of women and men who love traveling, sophisticated globe-trotters who like to carry around their own world.

Even the Louis Vuitton City Guides was born with this original spirit and, above all, with the intention of helping the modern travelers in the discovery of the world’s major cities.The guides include most of what we all need to know about 21 cities around the world by hotels, shops, restaurants and clubs, museums and cultural sites.

To celebrate the release of Italian in Milan City Guide, Louis Vuitton invited us to spend a day exploring the city together with Pierre Leonforte and Donatella Brun, authors of the guide.Below you will find the route of the day.

  • 1. l’ Arabesque – Largo Augusto
  • 2. Alfonso Barbiere – via Cesare Battisti
  • 3. Preattoni- via Cesare Battisti
  • 4. Trattoria Da Pino – Via Cerva
  • 5. Fragile- Via San Damiano
  • 6. Studio Gian Galeazzo Visconti – Corso Monforte
  • 7. Chateau Monfort – Corso Concordia
  • 8. Filippo  La Mantia – Piazza Risorgimento

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The route
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L’Arabesque
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L’Arabesque
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Via Visconti di Modrone
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Preattoni
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Studio Gian Galeazzo Visconti
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Studio Gian Galeazzo Visconti
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Galleria Gian Galeazzo Visconti
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Galleria Fragile
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Galleria Fragile
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Via Visconti di Modrone
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Filippo La Mantia
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Filippo La Mantia
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Filippo La Mantia

Here you can also find our brief guide with some of the places we prefer, addresses already included in the pages of the LV City Guide.

Where to stay

Bulgari Hotel – Via Privata Fratelli Gabba, 7b

Park Hyatt Milano -Via Tommaso Grossi, 1

Where to shop

Antonia – Via Cusani, 5

Acqua di Parma – Via Gesù, 1

Where to eat

Trattoria della Pesa – Viale Pasubio, 10

Carlo e Camilla in segheria – Via Giuseppe Meda, 24

What to visit

Gallerie d’Italia – Via Alessandro Manzoni, 10

Villa Necchi Campiglio – Via Mozart, 14

Dimore Galley – Via Solferino 11

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Bulgari Hotel – Via Privata Fratelli Gabba, 7b
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Park Hyatt Milano – Via Tommaso Grossi, 1
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Antonia – Via Cusani, 5
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Acqua di Parma – Via Gesù, 1
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Trattoria della Pesa – Viale Pasubio, 10
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Carlo e Camilla in segheria – Via Giuseppe Meda, 24
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Gallerie d’Italia – Via Alessandro Manzoni, 10
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Villa Necchi Campiglio – Via Mozart, 14
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Dimore Galley – Via Solferino 11

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