Wandering through these streets, you will experience the beauty and charm of this bohemian neighborhood. It is the most exclusive and fashionable places to live in Milan. You will stumble upon art galleries, churches, restaurants and bars, but one of my very favorite places is La Pinacotheca. The building was originally a monastery built during the 14th-century. Today it is home to the Brera Gallery and Academy of Fine Arts. The Pinacotheca houses more than 1,500 paintings, including Caravaggio’s “Canestra di frutta” and the works of da Vinci’s students.