In Milan there’s always something to do, what with shopping, entertainment, art ... and, at times, finding time for a break is a real luxury. We at Where suggest that you indulge in this “luxury,” using all of your senses, in discovery of the world of Milanese cafés and coffee. Espresso coffee is an Italian legend which can be enjoyed in a number of different variations—regular, concentrated, served with a dollop of “steamed” milk, weaker and made with more water or iced—thus highlighting the creativity and passion inherent in one of Italy’s signature beverages. Coffee can be savoured with a fragrant brioche in the morning before heading off to work or used as a basis for more elaborate, creative beverages. Its aroma is one of the hallmark features of Italian taste. Italy is a country of coffee aficionados who will not tolerate (or visit) an establishment that has bad coffee. Italians will even skip coffee in a restaurant to have one at a favourite bar. It’s just that important.