Don't know NoLo yet? Don't worry, we have prepared a map for you to discover all the most characteristic places in NoLo that you absolutely cannot miss.


Explore the neighborhood on foot, by bike, by scooter, by public transport, discover its unique identity and get ready to become a true Noler.

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The streets here are like an outdoor art gallery.


From Via Pontano and Via Mosso to Via Zuretti and Via Lesa following the railway tracks, on walls that are now open-air museums.


There are dozens of murals that follow one after the other for an explosion of colors and energy.


From the most historic crews to emerging talents, from TDK to Urban Solid, those who want to get noticed on the street art scene leave their tag here.


Stroll along the old hippodrome track that gave this park its name and enjoy centuries-old trees, rare in beauty and size, including red oak, plane trees and cedars of Lebanon. Have fun in the many play areas suitable for children.


And if you like five-a-side football, basketball or volleyball, get ready: the new multi-purpose fields will open in September!


You don't know NoLo if you don't go to Piazza Morbegno, the historic heart of the neighborhood, characterized by the passage of Tram 1, with its beautiful early twentieth century buildings, among which Casa Lavezzari (1935) stands out.


Between one liberty balcony and another you can discover the shops, clubs and restaurants that characterize NoLo and make it a very integrated community. A walk through scents and flavors from all over the world.


What does a whale have to do with Milan? At NoLo (almost) everything is possible.


If from Via Piazza Morbegno you walk along Via Venini heading north you find yourself in a very special square, with a colorful whale in the center, Piazza Arcobalena (Rainbow Whale), in fact.


It is the main meeting point of the neighborhood, with its mosaic-painted whale that has become the symbol of NoLo.


Much more than a pedestrian zone, here you come to play table tennis and have an informal aperitif after work.


If, on the other hand, from Piazza Morbegno you take Via Oxilia, you arrive in Piazza Cotoletta ("cutlet square" - as one of the city most loved and famous delicacies) as it is affectionately called by the inhabitants due to the golden brown color of the pavement in the pedestrian area.


After the redevelopment, which took place a few years ago, the square was made pedestrianized, trees were planted and flower beds were created, and then officially renamed the Giardino degli Artisti - Garden of Artists.


Built in 1933, this large covered market at the intersection of Viale Monza and Via Crespi was one of the first in the city: a three-nave reinforced concrete structure designed by engineers Massari and Secchi.


A large window on the arched façade illuminates the interiors, bordered on the ceiling by a large barrel vault in reinforced concrete (no longer visible) that recalls the metal roofs typical of stations and commercial galleries from the 1800s. In recent years, this market has been reborn thanks to cultural associations that organize events and exhibitions inside it, and to shopkeepers who have transformed stalls into multipurpose spaces, which also remain open for an aperitif or dinner.


We invite you to discover an example of innovative religious architecture for this church designed in the 1950s by the brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, internationally renowned Milanese designers, known for "profane" creations that have become very famous icons, one of them being the famous Arco lamp.