The best Pizza of Milan – a memorabile experience in on the rooftop of Milan with an original italian pizza in a wooden oven

If you visit the center of Milan, do not miss the opportunity to enjoy the best pizza of Milan at the Pizzeria i 12 Gatti (Pizzeria the 12 Cats) located on the rooftos of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Experience the pizzeria thanks your MilanoCard a very milanexperiencecard. The menu includes a large assortment of traditional Neapolitan pizzas cooked in the wood-burning oven.

Guests of the Pizzeria i 12 Gatti can enjoy the outdoor terrace overlooking the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.

The name Pizzeria i 12 Gatti comes from a legend that surrounds the roofs of the Gallery. A long time ago, there was an old lady who lived in the attics of the Galleria together with her two black cats. When he was too old to continue living in the attic, the elderly lady left, leaving the two cats that over time had reached 12.

best Pizza of MilanThe Pizzeria i 12 Gatti is located in the heart of the city’s historic center. With its terrace overlooking the roofs of Highline Galleria and Milan, it is the first restaurant on the roofs of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.

Thanks to MilanoCard, the MilanExperienceCard of Milan, you can taste the best pizza of Milan at a special price. Only with MilanoCard, menù and entrance at Highline Galleria at 15€. The menu includes pizza, drinks and coffee. Click here and book your lunch or dinner at the Pizzeria i 12 Gatti.

Come and discover the Highline Galleria, the path on the rooftops of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. The idea of building a street connecting Piazza Duomo to Piazza della Scala was followed by Carlo Cattaneo’s debate for the renovation of the area near the cathedral of Milan. On April 3, 1860, a competition was launched for the construction of the street that would connect the two squares. The competition was won in 1863 by architect Giuseppe Mengoni. The ceremony for laying the first stone was on March 7, 1865 in the presence of King Vittorio Emanuele II. The work was completed in three years.

One year after its inauguration, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan was nicknamed “Salotto di Milano” (Milan’s lounge) and became the seat of bourgeois life. The life of the Galleria was tied to that of the Scala Theater. Thanks to MilanoCard, visit the Scala Museum getting 35% discount (for information, click here). In addition to being a favorite venue to go to the theater, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele became a gathering place for musicians and singers.

On 2015, at the Expo, the Universal Exhibition held in Milan in 2015, was opened the path over the rooftops of the Gallery, called the Highline Galleria.

Discover Highline Galleria thanks to your MilanoCard, click here and find more.

 

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