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Ambrosian Carnival - Milan

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What is the Ambrosian Carnival?

The Ambrosian Carnival, also known as Milan Carnival, is a special festival in Milan that follows the Ambrosian Rite and it is celebrated a week after the Venice Carnival.

As part of the local tradition, a long parade crosses the city streets on Saturday afternoon up to piazza del Duomo, featuring masks typical of the local culture.

The Milan Carnival offers plenty of entertainment with concerts, street performances, music, and dances. The main parade is a crowd favorite with all sorts of performances on display.

Add the Ambrosian Carnival in Italy to your bucket list and you will make memories to last a lifetime.

Need to know

If you're planning to visit Milan during the time of the carnival, make sure that you've booked your accommodation in advance as hotels get booked up quickly.

Did you know?

The most popular dessert during the festivities is 'chiacchiere' which means ‘chatter’. They are delicious crispy strips that are baked in the oven and sprinkled with icing sugar.

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