A time el Navilii, named in Milanese dialect, and so still affectionately called, traveled throughout the inner circle of the historical ports of entry into the city by defining a sort of “exclusive village” in the center of Milan. Pavese canal towpath, canal towpath great, the Dock, Ripa di Porta Ticinese, are the most vital areas of the city. Here are the pubs, clubs, breweries, restaurants and wine bars.
Then the markets of antiques and modern art, the traditional feast of the flowers in the spring. Here and there there is so much of everything, to confirm, once more, that life begins in Milan on the canals.