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Corso Buenos Aires, Milan, Italy
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nice area to walk and to do shopping, lot of shops, there are some place where to eat, like street food

Thank LaumaU1
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I didn’t find anything impressive here! The shopping stores are just like any other market, not even cheaper than any other place.

Thank RashaZ84
Reviewed 1 week ago

Corso Buenos Aires is the "high street" shopping area of Milano. This is not the high fashion district, but still good choice if you want to bring something back from overseas. I liked the Boggi menswear, La Stilografica pen shop, the Chicco children store, Upim...More

2  Thank travelsafer
Reviewed 28 September 2018 via mobile

When you are in Milan, don't miss a chance to go to Corso Buenos Aires which you can reach through loreto metro station. Very long street contains a lot of brands , many restaurants. Zara, desigual, h&m, Tommy hilfiger, eurotronics, game stop, beneton, and a...More

5  Thank Ramy S
Reviewed 17 September 2018

I heard the shopping here was great! I don't know where those reviewers were shopping before, but this area reminded me of any strip mall in America, it wasn't great. I did purchase one dress (100 Euro) that was very "Italian looking" and when I...More

Thank Jenna S
Reviewed 2 September 2018

This area in Milan Italy is full of a variety of shops from high end to bargain shopper's delight. Take the bus, the tram, or the subway train but don't miss out on this area if you love to shop. When it comes to shopping...More

Thank Astrid R
Reviewed 19 July 2018

After walking the street i think i could have spent mu=y time better going somewhere else as there is nothing here to be excited about

1  Thank Brenton K
Reviewed 20 June 2018

It was a bit of a disappointing shopping and cultural experience. I felt there was a lack of number of stores. I was expecting a bit more of quantity and variety.of shopping. Prices were generally not cheap. Some nice stores. Some closed stores/ Not sure...More

2  Thank devombb
Reviewed 13 May 2018

Best shopping in Milan for the average person as Designer shops near the Duomo prices are beyond the reach of the average traveller. Beautiful shops & great eateries too

3  Thank Sharon D
Reviewed 17 February 2018

Their are lots of very, very expensive shops in Milan but the brands on Corso Buenos Aires has shops well known on European high streets such as Fossil, and other shops not so well known. We found a great shop ( wish I could remember...More

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Citta Studi
Città Studi is the University District of Milan, where
students and professionals come and go. Its heart is
Piazza Leonardo, where the College of Engineering and
the School of Architecture reside. In the square, you
can enjoy the works of the street artist PAO. Come to
Città Studi with a thirsty belly and you’ll be
satisfied, it’s well known for the production of
artisan beer.
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jolieqe
8 April 2018|
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Response from joycep883 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure of exact hours but most were open at 6PM in November and started closing at 8 Am which is sort of common throughout Italy, But they do not Siesta in Milan. Days don't seem to matter in Italy, Usually, Monday is the... More
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Farah F
29 March 2018|
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Yes, shops were open Sunday. In Italy, many places are closed on Monday.
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Jayjade
9 January 2018|
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Response from joycep883 | Reviewed this property |
just my opinion . You are in Milan which is a very large and modern city. I think you aren't going to find what you are looking for in Milan . it's more expensive and upper class than say Naples or the rest of Italy. There... More
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