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- Piazza del Duomo
- Cathedral of Milan
- Teatro alla Scala
- Instituto Ortopedico Galeazzi
- Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology
- Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
- Carlo Besta Neurological Institute
- Pinacoteca di Brera
- Istituto Clinico Humanitas
- Bocconi University
- San Raffaele Hospital
- Assago Forum
- Fiera Milano Exhibition Center
- Milan Convention Centre (MIC)
- Central Station of Milan (Stazione Centrale di Milano)
- San Giuseppe Hospital
- Piazza della Repubblica
- Fiera Milano City
- Expo 2015
- Vittore Buzzi Children's Hospital
What you should know about Corso Buenos Aires
Milan is Italy's fashion capitol and is universally admired for setting trends and for its haute couture. But most of the Milanese will be found shopping on Corso Buenos Aires, a street in northeast Milan offering a half-mile-long stretch of amazing boutiques and stores. You'll find shops with shoes, clothing, and jewelry on sale in most price ranges here. Avid clothes shoppers and fashion fans will want to stay in a room strategically located directly on or near Corso Buenos Aires to take advantage of the deals. To find the best Corso Buenos Aires hotels, use Hotels.com, where you can see pictures of rooms, read reviews from recent guests, and find deals and special room rates you won't find anywhere else. Hotels.com lets you book your room on the site, where you'll also find maps and other helpful information to make your trip more enjoyable.
What's Corso Buenos Aires Like?
Stretching from Piazzale Oberdan in the city's center to the Piazzale Loreto north of Milan, Corso Buenos Aires is a busy, often crowded thoroughfare that attracts shoppers from all over the world. The street sees a lot of traffic at peak times, so watch out for vehicles as you cross back and forth to visit the various shops. You'll definitely want comfortable shoes if you plan to bargain hunt all day. Remember that some of the most interesting and budget-conscious shops are tucked into the courtyards off of the main street. The Corso Buenos Aires hosts many events and street parties which you may be lucky enough to join when you visit. There are always street artists and performers sharing their talents along the Corso, so you'll be entertained even without a party.
How to Get Along With Locals in Corso Buenos Aires
You'll find most of the shops have employees who are multilingual, so you should have an easy time communicating with staff. Even if you're up to your elbows with other shoppers searching for that perfect blouse, keep your cool and remain friendly with shop staff and you might even get an extra discount. Fashion starts here, and the styles you purchase today in Milan won't be popular in London or New York until a year from now. Corso Buenos Aires is also a perfect place to end a day in Milan. The nightclubs, restaurants, and cafes with outdoor seating beckon you with their artsy lights and tantalizing aromas. These evening venues provide ample opportunity to watch people and chat up the locals and tourists who are out for the night, too.
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