A quaint picturesque street with lots of high end shops. Some very nice window displays to look at. Quite a narrow street though and could do with a bit more seating areas.
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Part of the famous Milan fashion disctrict. There is no traffic so you can walk around without any difficulties. The big brands are almost all here.
This street, together with the via Alessandro Manzini, via Monte Napoleone and the Corso Venezia form the boundaries of the famous Quadrilatero della Moda fashion district. We thought though that this street was the most attractive, being free from cars with many shops having plants...More
One of the main fashion and luxury shopping streets in the city is closed to traffic which gives you the opportunity to stroll through numerous boutiques and their showrooms. Great for a nice walk and, in my case, some window shopping.
We thought this was a must in the city of fashion, but I wasn't that impressed. It's a fun stroll for window shopping but nothing special. Everything is high-end. Be prepared to spend thousands if you want to buy things here.
starting from the small and very elegant Malpensa airport, take the fast train to downtown (Piazza Cadorna), visit the very close Castello Sforzesco and his big park and then go to Piazza del Duomo (not my preferred) and its gothic impressive cathedral. Walking in Corso...More
This street is part of the Quadlilatero district where all the high end fashion shops are located. The street is pedestrianised with no cars allowed. It is just nice to stroll along and look at the shops.
One of main shopping streets but probably the nicest of them. Many top brands and excellent shopping windows, perfect lessons of promoting fashion goods.