In Milan’s cobbled streets, going hungry would be impossible. This is the city that invented the Italian tradition of aperitivo, after all, so food is a serious business! In Centro Storico, Milan’s most central district, you’ll be perfectly positioned to visit two of the city’s local haunts, Princi (the bakery of your dreams) and Spontini (a locally adored pizzeria) – they’re just two minutes apart! – to indulge in panino, tiramisu and pastries. For a break between bites, maybe you’ll take a stroll 15 minutes north to the city’s artistic heart, Brera, for an espresso at a sidewalk cafe or, if the time of day is just right, perhaps you’ll head south to the laid-back Navigli neighborhood for a canalside aperitivo.