Nobody knows the SWISS destinations better than our staff. A restaurant that is not listed in every travel guide, an original bar, a charming café, or great tours with spectacular lookout points. Let our travel professionals inspire you with their tips.

If you want a really good pizza of top quality, Bio Pizza is exactly the right place for you. Just a ten-minute walk from Milan Cathedral will take you to this restaurant that is very popular, above all with the locals and families. The cheerful atmosphere revitalises every city explorer after a long hard foot slog through the streets. Not only the pizza is recommended, also the pasta and antipasti are excellent. Buon appetito.

(Head of Online & Direct Sales)
Bio Pizza
Corso Italia, 16
20123 Milan
+39 02 86 45 21 31

The little shop L’Artigiano di Brera is an absolute must in Milan for shoe lovers, especially of ballet flats. Here, the ballet flats are lined up in all colours of the rainbow, and you are stuck for choice between pink, yellow, or maybe classic black. Usually, it’s not just one pair of these pretty shoes that land in my shopping bag, for the prices are more than fair. A real spirits lifter.

(Online Partnerships & Communication)
L'Artigiano di Brera
Via Solferino, 1
20121 Milan
+39 02 805 819 10

Your visit to Milan would be incomplete without three large scoops of ice cream at Chocolat. An absolute must for chocoholics and ice cream fans, this combination of finest ice cream and ingredients like cinnamon, pistachios, aniseed, citrus fruits, or balsamic vinegar is not only extraordinary, but simply fantastic. An absolutely unique taste experience.

(Cockpit Crew Planning Expert)
Via Giovanni Boccaccio, 9
20123 Milan
+39 02 481 005 97

In my opinion, the best Japanese restaurant in Milan is near the Parco Alessandrina Ravizza. Here you can enjoy excellent Japanese cuisine for a fair price.

(Head of Online & Direct Sales)
J’s Hiro
Via Carlo Vittadini, 7
20136 Milan
+39 02 583 200 38