We really enjoyed our walk in this area: cute restaurants, stone- pedestrian streets, friendly crowds etc
About Brera District
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Walking there on a beautiful day in a beautiful area! Walked by a flea market with different things and antiques, cafe's, small cute stores and my favorite...a small antiques shop with amazing things! All in all, a cosy cute area you gotta enjoy on a...More
Good for restaurants and to walk around. Parco Sempione nice and Castelllo Sforzecco. Easy to get into town centre, 2 stops on metro or 20 min walk
It surpasses the duomo district. The neighborhood is nice, and the streets are beautiful with a lot of history in the buildings. The odd antique shops are scattered here and there plus many boutiques.
This is a wonderful neigborhood in which to stay. We had an apartment there which was stellar; you can walk to many good cafes and restaurants. There are also sites to which you can walk.
Just went for a wander in the quiet time when most things are closed on a Sunday afternoon. The food looked great but we didn't stop as each restaurant looked a little claustrophobic.
Photographers like me are going to love this district. It's really nice for having a walk and there are plenty of cozy nice Italian restaurants.
The Brera District is a very nice neighborhood easily accessed by the Metro. There is many Artistic and trendy shops. Along with Bakery's and Cafes.
I wish we had more time to wander into the shops and maybe stop for a drink because the streets are so quaint and every shop had a beautiful and well-thought out display. If you are looking for bespoke perfume, this certainly appeared to be...More