Everything looks far better from above. With the warmer days coming, we are looking for more and more reasons to go out and spend some time, circling around the city. And while searching for new and interesting places that have until now remained hidden from us, we came across these incredible places in Milano, situated on rooftops, from which impressive views and breathtaking sunsets unfold.
A new restaurant, designed after the idea of Stefano Cerveni – a chef who has his own concept about places for dining and applies it in Terrazza Triennale, where you could savour the incredible sunset over the city. The restaurant is located on the top floor of La Triennale di Milano Museum, which means that you have Parco Sempione before your eyes in all its glory. It is not by chance that under the name of the restaurant it says: “Osteria with a view – it all makes sense!” It is well worth a visit!
The unique location of one of Milano’s most popular squares inspires the creation of a hotel, named Duomo 21, which has a restaurant and a lobby bar open until the early hours. The view from the terrace is simply stunning. You need to see it for yourself.
We are staying in Piazza del Duomo, which conquered us with its incredible atmosphere and beautiful views. We are just moving forward to a more pop-style bar with renovated designer armchairs in the colours of Aperol, where drinking this so-popular beverage transforms into an exciting little experience.
A magnificent view that you cannot possibly miss is worthy of any investment. Apart from that, you are going to stay fascinated with the service here, because it really is at a very high level as the place is a part of a 5-star hotel you could stay in. You are going to get everything you need – care and attention, excellent treatment and a memorable stay in Milano.
It is impossible for you to get the address wrong. After all, this bar-restaurant is situated on the rooftop of Enel, a historical building where you could find the headquarters of the famous fashion brand Dsquared2. This is one of the trendiest places in the city, where you may have your favourite cocktail, lying on a lounge chair by the swimming pool. The perfect place for ultimate relaxation.
If you are looking for a gorgeous place to draw inspiration from, La Rinascente is the greatest choice you can make. The top of the cathedral unfolds right before your eyes and sometimes you may even notice how it scrapes the clouds. Unique!
Brian&Berry. This is one of the latest entries in the Milano’s top places and you really shouldn’t skip it. The beautiful building soaring over Piazza San Babila houses a very pleasurable little bar with a colourful and welcoming interior, which will immediately awake the feeling of cosiness in you.
This is one of the latest entries in the Milano’s top places and you really shouldn’t skip it. The beautiful building soaring over Piazza San Babila houses a very pleasurable little bar with a colourful and welcoming interior, which will immediately awake the feeling of cosiness in you.
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One of our favourite gardens in Milano is located on the top floor of the skyscraper, owned by UniCredit Group. The bar, nestled in there, matches classicism with innovation, nature with technology.
La Terrazza di Via Palestro. An elegant place, located on the fourth floor of Milan Swiss Centre, offers an amazing view across the park in Porta Venezia district and provides you with an appropriate and well-deserved end of the busy working day.
La Terrazza di Via Palestro
An elegant place, located on the fourth floor of Milan Swiss Centre, offers an amazing view across the park in Porta Venezia district and provides you with an appropriate and well-deserved end of the busy working day.
One of Milano’s symbolic places, whose terrace becomes the reason for many celebrities to visit the city. The view unparalleled while the atmosphere presupposes an unforgettable night with your dearest family and friends. The bar on the rooftop is only available for private events for the fact that it is located on the fifteenth flood of the Piazza Diaz building.
Text: Zvezdelina Georgieva