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Angela Ramos

Santa Monica, California

Where are the best places to shop in Milan?

I want to do some serious, no kidding around shopping when I get to Milan this summer. Can someone point me in the right direction? I'd love to have a range of places to check out--high end, low end, and everything in between. If you think it's a great store or shopping street, please tell me about it!!!

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  • Victoria Ancheva

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    Angela, summer is a great time to shop in Milan, as you can catch the sales, i.e. especially beneficial for high-end items. Since the official sales start date is regulated by law - check when summer sale (saldi esti) is on.

    10 Corso Como Outlet not many people know about (Via Enrico Tazzoli, 3, Milano, Italy).

    I like shops like Gio Moretti (via della Spiga, 4) on Via Della Spiga

    For less known brands as well as cute less-touristy restaurants check Navigli area and Antonioli (Via Pasquale Paoli, 1, 20143 Milano, Italy).

    Definitely check Milan's niche multi-brand stores - they carry best shoes:

    Antonia (via Cusani 5)

    Daad Dantone (Via San Spirito, 24)

    Biffi Boutique (Corso Genova, 6)

    Banner (via Sant'Andrea, 8/a)

    La Vetrina di Beryl (via Statuto, 4)


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      Ooooh, thank you Victoria! I cannot wait :) · (0 likelikes)

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  • frieso Klaasen

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    Obviously La Rinascente and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II next to the Duomo, follow corso Vittorio Emanuele II to Excelsior Milano and Quadrilatero d'Oro , have a drink Bulgari and continue to Brera and further on to 10 Corso Como

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      Looks like I can go shopping all over the place. Thank you Frieso! · (1 likelikes)

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  • Roberta Laganà

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    Hi Angela,

    I suggest you two shopping streets very very beautiful and unique, in my opinion.

    Corso Buenos Aires, where you can find well known shops like Footlocker and Yamamay, and Corso di Porta Ticinese, very characteristic with small shops, craft shops, special products (particularly clothes, shoes and accessories!) that you can't find in other places! If you like to be original, this is the shopping street made for you...I've definitely fall in love with it.

    Roberta

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  • Mia Caroselli

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    Even though I pass through it every day, my heart still skips a beat when I enter the stunning Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Aside from the incredible stores like Dolce Gabbana, Prada, and Versace, I can’t get enough of seeing hoards of people laughing and waiting to dig their heels into the bull mosaic, a tradition that supposedly brings you good luck!

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  • Nicolò Calcavecchia

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    Corso Buenos Aires is full of shops with honest prices!

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