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Galleria Campari

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Viale Antonio Gramsci 161, 20099 Sesto San Giovanni Italy
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Sesto 1° MaggioMilan Metro5 min
Sesto RondòMilan Metro8 min
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Alessandro F wrote a review Oct 2019
Milan, Italy24,209 contributions181,208 helpful votes
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The Campari is one of the most famous drink made in Italy , the old factory was born here in 1860 . The red drink is made by a miscellaneous of plants drugs mixed with alcohol. Now the production is in Liguria, here you can see the history of this factory.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Justin H wrote a review Mar 2016
47 contributions15 helpful votes
We where excited to visit the Campari Galleria but right from our arrival that excitement quickly diminished. If you go, you should know the following things: 1) The entrance gates open only a few minutes before the guided tour starts. If you arrive and the gate is closed, you can hit the button for reception or just wait. 2) It seems like the tour is only conducted in italian. When we arrived there was no one there to greet us or to say where to go. We wondered into the building and saw a group of people and assumed that was the group doing the tour. We asked if it was done in english and we were told no. 3) This is really only good for couples interested in the history of Campari advertisements.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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mcco wrote a review Dec 2015
103 contributions65 helpful votes
If you go to Milan, this is a must see if you love cutting edge art, design, marketing styles and architecture. Don't be confused with previous reviews that discuss food and drinks--those are Compari bars and restaurants which are located near the Duomo, definitely not at this location! Regardless whether or not you care for the drink, do take a guided tour of this place. We checked their website and called to verify the times for the free English tours. I attempted to submit the link for this information, but the Tripadvisor censors refused to allow it. So if you go to the Campari website, remember to click "International" to find the English website, then on "Galleria Campai". The tour is about an hour long and is easy to reach on the metro, but does not seem to get many visitors. We were the only ones on our tour. The art gallery is filled with multi-media works from world famous artists, mostly Italian, all marketing the Campari product line. One of my favorite surprises was a video commercial with the actual cast of the movie, Casablanca, with Rick (Bogart himself!) at the bar, drinking his glass of Campari. They also have displays on the science of colors (their drink is bright red), the reasons for the type of bottle used and the science of smells! Do take the time to check out their website and take the actual tour--it really is very well done! The building complex is also impressive, with its unique design. You will not see any of the production of the product, and there is no tasting room or store so you will need to go elsewhere to taste it. This is probably best, since it is quite the acquired taste.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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J D wrote a review Feb 2015
San Diego, California133 contributions52 helpful votes
We went because it's such a Milano thing to do and we had never had Campari before. Turns out Campari isn't really my thing as I didn't like it that much. It was more bitter than I expected. The service was good and they gave us free small appetizers with our drinks. Plus was a fun place to people watch.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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seanfunk wrote a review Feb 2015
Gloucester101 contributions40 helpful votes
...you'll love this! Duck starter was really good. My steak was fantastic and cooked to perfection. The service was superb and the venue is a beautiful building. I've knocked off a star because of the poor selection of digestifs and a very small pudding menu. I'll definitely go back as the quality of the food is so good. The Campari sorbet is worth trying if you're into sorbet.
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Date of experience: January 2015
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