Discover new ways of experiencing reality through the creativity of visually impaired artists with I sensi dell’arte at Isitituto dei Ciechi; or deep dive into the masterpieces of the latest 500 years, from Raphael to Schiele, lent by the Museum of Budapest to Palazzo Reale.
Blues music will steal your heart at Barclays Teatro Nazionale with musical The Blues Legend, whereas acoustic beats of Music circle will stir your emotions on a stage floatong on Navigli canals. Also, why not stop by Duomo and listen to the Italian Gospel Choir?
But if you feel like exploring new galaxies, try the European space exhibit at Giardini Montanelli, where you can learn how space technologies impact everyday life. At the same time, the six artworks representing ExpoinCittà become music within Una città esposta at Teatro Contuinuo Burri.
Moreover, Milan is the Italian capital of fashion and the publishing industry: you can’t miss Vogue Fashion Night Out and Milano, a place to read! The suburbs have a lot to offer too: Lambrate district hosts Festa di fine estate and Chiaravalle district hosts Foresta Chiaravalle; Wonderful Villa Litta in Lainate hosts contemporary art exhibit Saleterrarum.
Are you thirsty after attending so many events? Relax at Beer week with craft beers in the best milanese locations!