The ban continues from midnight until 6 a.m. on weekdays, and from 2:30 to 6 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, at least until November 19.
Residents of Milan’s Porta Venezia neighborhood filed a lawsuit against the city council earlier this year, complaining that nightclubs in the area were making too much noise in the area.
Milan – Illustration
In response, the city administration imposed a ban on shops, kiosks, bars, and even vending machines. You cannot buy ready-made food and drinks from these places late at night.
Stricter measures apply to street vendors, as they cannot operate in the area between 6:00 pm and 6:00 am.
As the city’s mayor, Giuseppe Sala, said, the idea of a “24-hour city”, where there are no opening hours because everything is always open, is no longer very convincing. He believes cities should also take a break and have a schedule that works best for everyone.
This is not the first time that similar measures have been taken to prevent mass scenes in Milan. In May 2020, the sale of ready-made alcoholic beverages was banned from 7pm to 7am. The regulation was enacted after residents violated safety rules due to the epidemic.
Then in July 2022 and again in June this year, takeaways were banned in the city centre, this time to reduce noise and street crime.
Recently, Milan was in the news due to another ban.
(source: euronewsPhotos: Getty Images)
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