O mia bela Madunina che te brillet de lontan, tuta d'ora e piscinina, ti te dominet Milan, sota a ti se viv la vita, se sta mai coi man in man.........
Si vegni senza paura num ve songaremm la man, tucc el mond a l'e' paes e semm d'accord, ma Milan l'e' on gran Milan.
Oh my beautiful little Madonna that are shining from far, all gold and little you dominate Milano, under you the life is lived nobody is ever sitting back...
Come with no fear, we will hold out our hand, all the world is a village, we agree, but Milano is the great Milano!
(Two lines of the famous song "O mia bela Madunina")
Milano by night is even more charming then during the day. As it is known this city is always active and ready to give you an entertainment at every hour of the day.
Since 1996 Milano is the seat of the Milano Film Festival where international short film and movies are presented. The festival occurs in September in various spaces and cinemas of the city.
Milano theaters are many and disseminated in the entire city. Every year approximately 300 plays are offered to the public. The most famous theaters are obviously the thater La Scala, one of the most famous theaters in the world, especially known for the opera and ballet seasons.
Brera, one of the night quarters, hosts the Piccolo Teatro di Milano, founded by Paolo Grassi and Giorgio Strehler two amongst the most important characters of the theater in Italy.
Always at Brera you can also find wine bars, ice cream shops, night clubs, Italian and ethnic restaurant to attend before or after the show at the Theater.
In 2007 the first edition of Milano Jazzin' Festival took place. This is a summer event dedicated to jazz with concerts of the biggest names of jazz internationally.
The event occurs at the Arena Civica and it is accompanied by other public events, especially in the area of Sempione Park.
Milano Happy Hour became an appointment of all the jet set in special bars to taste delicious and extravagant aperitif and appetizers. The best areas if you want to participate to a good happy hour are Brera, Navigli, Porta Ticinese, Colonne di S. Lorenzo.
If you still have a space, after the happy hour you can continue the evening in one of the many restaurants of the city. Here you can find the most traditional milanese restaurant and any other restaurant you might like from the Chinese, to Morocco to the French cuisine.
If you still have energy to spend after dinner then you can go to a theater, to see a movie in one of the many movie theaters of the city or to have a walk in areas such as the Naviglio Grande and Naviglio Pavese where you can drink something listening to live music or chat with your friends
But if you are ready for dancing you can join one of the many discos where you can meet some models or VIPs: The Club, Hollywood, Toqueville, Old Fashion, or the Borgo del Tempo Perso.
Whatever you like to do Milano will always receive you with arms wide open!