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Caf?s in Milan


  • Cafs in Milan
    During the morning and also afternoon, it is possible for visitors in Milan, to try tasty cakes and drinks. Here, we give you information on popular cafs around the city of Milan.

  • Caf Marino alla Scala
    It has conservative design elements, including light pillars and flat screen monitors, on its walls. In addition, it has nice facilities and it offers an interesting variety of dishes.
    Piazza della Scala 5.

  • Caf Rita
    It is located in the area of Naviglio. Ritas caf offers something different to people, with its mix of guests, exquisite appetizers such as pies and other specialties, Caf Rita will convince you to back more than twice.
    Via Fumagalli

  • Just Cavalli Caf
    It is one of the most famous cafs, which belongs to the fashion designer Roberto Cavalli. It is also a good restaurant with many dishes to offer. The area around this place is also beautiful and gives a special touch to the caf.
    Via L.Camoens

  • Caf Sant'Ambroseus
    It can be considered as one of the best pastry & coffee shops in Milan. It offers an excellent service. If you go there try its heavenly espresso. This place is preferred by famous designers.
    Corso Matteotti 7, Milano

  • Caf Luini
    It is a small bakery near the Cathedral Square. If you want to try something different to the usual sandwiches in the center of the city, you have to consider going to this caf. Try the delicious panzerotto, made with pizza dough and filled with fresh cheese and spinach.
    Via S Radegonda 16.

  • Baglioni Caff
    This is an elegant caf inside Hotel Baglioni which allows people to enjoy a private exit. It also offers lunch.
    Via Senato 5.

  • Caf Marchesi
    This is another elegant caf, where people can try delightful cakes. If you go there dont forget to ask for a Negroni.
    11 Via Santa Maria alla Porta.

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