Canals in Milan: in the Navigli area. If you are looking for a place not only to drink but also to eat (a lot) head to Manhattan just at the beginning of the Naviglio Grande or at Il Barcone to drink a cocktail on board of a huge boat floating on Naviglio Pavese’s water. Also at Capetown Cafè in Via Vigevano (always plenty of people) and at Jab in via Corsico you can enjoy a huge buffet while drinking a Negroni Sbagliato.
Milan may be Italy's chicest city, but fashion isn't the only draw: The history, culture, and food in Milan is unparalleled, and there are plenty of beloved local spots to explore (in addition to big draws like the Duomo).
Colonne di San Lorenzo (Milan, Italy) The Colonne di San Lorenzo is the best-known Roman ruin in Milan. It is located in front of the Basilica of San Lorenzo. It is a square with a row of columns on either side, which were taken from a temple or public bath house dating from the 2nd century.