A unique shopping experience

Milan is the city where you can find the best of everything and where temptation is truly overwhelming. Boutiques are often housed in magnificent historic buildings, and the main shopping areas can easily be explored on foot through the city's beautiful cobbled streets.

Discover the boutiques of the world's leading designers in the Fashion Quadrilateral or indulge your curiosity in the vintage shops of Brera. Don't forget to visit the Navigli area, or Porta Ticinese where you will find plenty of alternative shops. For the widest range of options, go to Corso Buenos Aires where hundreds of stores are gathered along a 3km street.

The "Fashion Quadrilateral"
In this area luxury is celebrated in the boutiques and show-rooms of the world's most prestigious and luxurious brands. Marvellous jewellery from famous designers, clothes and accessories made to thrill, shoes which are true works of art: all can be found in one of Milan's most beautiful districts, filled with historic buildings and amazing internal courtyards.
Antiques Market
Milan's antique market is held on the banks of the Navigli canals on the last Sunday of each month. A long, colourful line of stalls is dedicated to antique and modern goods, from furniture to books, stamps and jewellery among many other items.
This area is the centre of alternative stores and street style, an ideal spot for a special purchase like second hand or unique one-off clothing, hand-made shoes and accessories in the most unusual materials from silk to recycled rubber.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
This arcade has always served as Milan's drawing room, filled with historic cafés and bookshops as well as some of today's top international designers. The Gallery is one of the symbols of Milan: built in the late nineteenth century, it was the first building in Europe to be roofed solely in steel and glass.
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