My office is in Milan and i live in Pavia, city very close to Milan.
So I take this as a great chance to spend some spare time walking in the city at lunch time, during my daily break with my camera.
Usually I bring with me my Fuji X100T, great camera for street photography: lightweight, great lens, fast and with excellent features. It's all I need for my photo walks.
My first camera is the great Canon 6D mark II and I enjoy it a lot, but this Fuji thing is a great tool for street photography and you can find many positive opinions on the web with plenty of technical details. If interested I suggest you to read one of the latest from StreetHunters website (it's about the newest release X100F, but it's applicable to the X100T for the majority of the review).
So... when I'm in Milan I shoot streets, people, the cathedral, the city... its life.
From one of the windows of the Museo del '900 you can see all of the above in one frame.... and it makes me feel really great!