WHAT TO DO DURING THE WEEKEND IN MILAN FROM 16TH TO 18TH FEBRUARY – THINGS TO DO IN MILAN
Here’s what you can do during the weekend in Milan from February 16 to 18.
CHINESE NEW YEAR
Great party in Milan for the Chinese community: today, Friday 16 February, the transition from the year of the Rooster to that of the Dog is celebrated. The centerpiece of the event is, as always, the Milanese Chinatown par excellence, or via Paolo Sarpi, where every year the traditional and colorful parade takes place. But the Lombard capital offers much more for this anniversary. Some events have already taken place in recent days, but many are still to be lived.
To reach via Paolo Sarpi, take the Milan metro and get off at the Monumentale stop. Thanks to Milan City Pass you can get free public transport for 24h, 48h or 72h. Click here and find out more information.
CARNIVAL AT HIGHLINE GALLERIA
Celebrate the Ambrosian Carnival on the roofs of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele! On the occasion of the most amusing and colorful festival of the year, we wait for you with music, tasty chatter of various kinds, excellent Astoria Wines bubbles, soft drinks, imaginative masks and lots of confetti
Wear your favorite costume and come along the path of Highline Galleria for a Carnival snack overlooking the Milan skyline, which will allow you to watch the parades in Piazza Duomo from a unique perspective, throwing confetti and streamers from the most evocative roofs of the city!
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SALON DU CHOCOLAT
The Salon du Chocolat is back in Milan from Thursday 15th to Sunday 18th February at the MiCoLAB – Milan Pavilion. The great chefs, pastry chefs and the best artisanal producers meet during the Ambrosian Carnival to meet the general public and give life to a unique, magical and greedy event.
At the Salon du Chocolat Milan, the great tradition of international chocolate and Italian artisan excellences come together to discover, taste and taste the excellence of all types of gourmand chocolate, in all its forms and variations. On the stages alternate the greatest chefs and pastry chefs like Alessandro Borghese, Davide Comaschi, Luigi Biasetto, Gino Fabbri and many others.