NoLo and Casoretto are two districts in the North-Eastern area of Milan.
NoLo, an acronym for North of Loreto, a brand created by a group of architects, is a multicultural district with a lively nightlife, art galleries, concept stores, ethnic and vegan restaurants and alternative venues. Thanks to the Street artists in via Pontano, there is an open-air gallery with graffiti and murals. In the area, there is also an arthouse cinema where you can watch art films in their original language. If you wish to relax, we recommend Trotter Park, a green area surrounded by historical buildings.
Casoretto, towards Lambrate, is a popular district where you can stroll among colorful villas, trees, stores and bicycle workshops. Here you will find Casa Corbellini-Wassermann dating back to the '30s, with the spiral staircase made of solid marble blocks that was part of the "Casa del Sabato degli Sposi" exhibited at the V Triennale of Milan, the Armenian Apostolic Church, built according to the classical style and the Church of Santa Maria Bianca della Misericordia, an abbey dating back to the 1400s hosting a fresco of the White Virgin, a treasure to be discovered.