City Guide
Our favourite places to stop between exhibitions to eat, drink and shop.

Poporoya

The very first sushi bar opened in Italy, a simple eatery with a warm and professional welcome, furnished according to the modern Japanese culture.

Balera dell’Ortica

Homestyle Italian classics like lasagna & meatballs, plus boules courts & an open-air dance floor.

Bar Jamaica

Centenary bar, café and bistro with an illustrious history, located in a lively and artistic area. It is the soul of the neighborhood, it was once often frequented by artists such as Lucio Fontana and Piero Manzoni. 

Bar Basso

A true cult bar for sophisticated drinking devotees serving the signature Negroni Sbagliatos.

Fioraio Bianchi Cafè

Rustic-chic cafe, filled with flower arrangements & greenery, for Italian fare with a modern twist.

Fornasetti

Fornasetti is an atelier that is internationally recognised for the design and decoration of timeless pieces of furniture and accessories.

Bice

Elegant, traditional eatery with white tablecloths & tartan carpets for hearty, classic Tuscan fare.