5-8 December from 8am until 9pm
“Oh Bej! Oh Bej!”
Saint Ambrose Traditional Fair.
In its stands, visitors can find a wide choice of food, home decors, small leather goods, hand-crafted scarves and accessories.
Piazza Castello
M1 Cairoli, M2-M2 Cadorna, M2 Lanza
www.facebook.com/OhBej!OhBej!-Fiera di Sant’Ambrogio-Milano
5-13 December, every day from 10am until 10.30pm
AF – L’Artigiano in Fiera, at RHO
The largest international event dedicated to arts and crafts. Free admission.
M1 (red line) RHO Fiera Expo – you can buy an A/R ticket for 5€
12-13 December open Fri 6pm-10pm; Sat-Sun 10am-8pm.
Green Christmas
Green Christmas is the exclusive Christmas Market offering the chance of purchasing small pieces of furniture made of organic materials, as well as organic beauty products, eco-fashion garments and sustainable jewelry targeted at the promotion of a greener lifestyle.
Fonderia Napoleonica Eugenia, via Thaon di Revel, 21
M3-M5 Zara
18-20 December open Fri 11am-7.30pm; Sat 10am-7.30pm; Sun 10am-7pm.

National Show of Italian Arts and Crafts.
Palazzo Giureconsulti in Piazza Mercanti, 2
M1-M3 Duomo, M1 Cordusio
5-24 December from 11am until 8pm
The Market of Taste, at CityLife
This newly introduced market set within the city’s modern district of CityLife features many stands selling traditional culinary products such as cheese, local cold cuts, traditional panettone or chocolates. Showcooking performances are also open to its guests.
CityLife area. M5 (purple line) Tre Torri
1 December – 6 January from 9am to 8pm.
Banco di Garabombo
This intimate space features a wide range of garments, accessories, home decors, beauty products and books entirely made in lands confiscated from the mafia and crafted in the safeguard of the environment
Via Giotto corner of via Pagano
M1 (red line) Pagano
9 December – 6 January from 9am until 8pm
Mercatino di Natale
It boasts a wide choice of accessories, small Christmas-style home decors and gifts as well as typical delicacies coming from any Italian region.
Piazza Duomo
M1-M3 (red and yellow lines) Duomo
4 December – 6 January
Darsena Christmas Village, at Milan’s Darsena (Navigli)
Openin hours: Mon-Fri from 3 until 10pm, Saturday and Sunday from 11am until 11pm
The new-born market in the recently renewed area of Milan’s Darsena is the perfect spot to purchase small hand-crafted creations, Christmas decorations, wood sculptures and high-quality local food.
Piazza XXIV Maggio. M2 (green line) Porta Genova FS.
29 November – 11 January from 10am to 9pm. On 24 December 10am-6pm; on 25 December 3pm-7pm; on 31 December 10am-6pm and 9pm-4am.
Il Villaggio delle Meraviglie
Visitors to this markets can find many sweet delicacies such as sugar pancakes, cottoncandies andchurros with dulce de leche spread. Moreover it boasts various entertainment activities.
Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli
M1 (red line) Porta Venezia, M1 (red line)Palestro, M3 (yellow line) Turati, M3 (yellow line) Repubblica
15 December and 22 December from 3.30pm to 8pm.
Christmas Market at Cascina Cuccagna
Visitors to the market can enjoy a wide selection of Christmas-style home décor, organic food and traditional delicacies to eat on place or to gift.
Via Cuccagna 2, corner of via Muratori
M3 (yellow line) Lodi T.I.B.B
12, 13 and 20 December from 10am to 9pm
Christmas Market at East Market Milano

Visitors will find a pure East London-inspired market boasting vintage or second-hand clothes and accessories, old vinyls, antiques and jewellery, as well as street food. The atmosphere is also enlivened by entertaining dj sets.
Via Privata Giovanni Ventura, 14/15
M2 (green line) Lambrate FS