This is probably the best and most original street in Milan. Starting from La Scala it leads all the way out from the Old city to the Porta Nuova. Numerous shops and restaurants around. True Milanese feel.
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After our visit to the Museo Poldi Pezzoli on via Manzoni, we took a walk along the street for some serious window shopping and to take in the atmosphere of this typically Milanese street. Mostly fashion or interior decoration boutiques of course. The metro station...More
Waiters are polite and service is ok but the food is horrible. Carbonara traditionally comes with a cream sauce and some bacon or ham. The plate served to me was just boiled spaghetti with a touch of butter and a few slivers of ham. All...More
this street , although with heavy traffic during rush hours gives you access to a lot of nice shops , from Valextra to El Ganso , but also allows you to access Via Spiga and Monte Napoleone, leads you to the Bulgarim the Armani ,...More
It is a usual italian stree with shops (some of the best) but with also a lot of trafic. There are cofee shop to enjoy an espresso italiano. I think is the best place for shop lovers.
From Piazza Cavour to Piazza della Scala, this "Via Manzoni" is one of the most elegant and fashionable street of Milan. Pleasant walk through it admiring such beautiful buildings and important palaces. Not the most important attraction but it's a nice 15 minutes walk anyway.
sit by the window at the stools and enjoy your coffee and people going by. apart from that they have only spaghetti and it is pre-made, so don't bother ordering. expensive because of its location.
If you really want a quick lunch at a reasonable price and good quality try Bar Biffino, a bit further to the scala on the right side 200 meters from Armani hotel
This is one of the most famous streets of Milan. It is close to the Duomo and the central train station. Belongs to the "fashion district" and the fact that caracterizes it the most is that Giorgio Armani owns the most of it. From Armani...More