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Golden Triangle (Quadrilatero d'Oro)

The Golden Triangle is a very large, very real shopping utopia. It is also known as the fashion district of Milan. Here you can find every designer and couture fashion label in the industry, as well as well known international brands. The main shopping is along Via Monte Napleone, Via Della Spiga, Via Alessandro Manzoni, Via Sant'Andrea, and Via Corso Venezia but be sure to check the side street as well.  It is a large area to cover so wear your walking shoes, or do as the Italian's do wear sexy heels and make it look easy and painless. 

Location: Via Monte Napleone, Via Della Spiga, Via Alessandro Manzoni, Via Sant'Andrea, and Via Corso Venezia 

Size: huge (>150)

Looking to spend: $$$$

ATM Milano Station: San Babila

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II (+)

The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, which sits right next to the Duomo di Milano and is one of the oldest malls in the world! Built sometime in the late 1800's this shopping center is a hub for the Milanese to meet, shop, and dine. As shopping goes Prada has its flagship store here, and other designers have a boutique in the historic beauty as well. After soaking up the amazing sights of the Galleria and possibly spending your annual salary on a nice bag or pair of shoes, walk along Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and the side streets for more reasonably priced shops and international chains

Location: in Scala and San Babila off of Via Silvio Pellico 

Size: large (50-150)

Looking to spend: $$$-$$$$

ATM Milano Station: Duomo 1

Brera District

This district is known for some of the best boutique shopping in Milan as well as its hip neighborhoods. International chains are almost non-existent in this shopping district. In this area boutiques can be found on almost every street but can be a little spread out. Not only are there great Milanese boutiques lining the streets but there are a couple street markets worth a visit. Our favorite is the open-air market in front of San Marco Church on Mondays and Thursdays. The flower stands, unique clothing & accessory stands, and food stands will have you hooked on the Brera District! 

Location: on Via Solferino, Via Ponatccio, Via Fiori Chiari (look at map for more detail) Also check out Via Mercato & Corso Geribaldi

Size: large (50-150) (spread out)

Looking to spend: $$-$$$

ATM Milano Station: Lanza


Corso Buenos Aires

Corso Buenos Aires is a long street with a large collection of well known athletic brands, jewelry stores, giants like H&M, department stores. and designer labels. With an ATM Milano Station in the middle of the shopping district it is easy to get to and there is a lot of shopping to be done!

Location: along Corso Buren Aires from Bastioni di Porta Venezia to Viale Brianza. (closer to Viale Brianza the stores are more spread out)

Size: large (50-150)

Looking to spend: $$$

ATM Milano Station: Lima, P.ta Venizia, Loreto

OUtlet Shopping

Corso Como 10 SW of the Garibaldi train station on Via Enrico Tazzoli is an outlet for high boho fashion accessories and apparel. il Salvagente is a very popular outlet destination, which has bargain national and international brands and some designer labels as well. il Salvagente is straight east of the city center just west of SP11. D-Magazine Outlet is in the Golden Rectangle on Via Manzoni just inside the junction with via Senato and has designer labels for more affordable prices.

Location: visit the shopping map for details on each location

Size: small to medium size shopping centers 

Looking to spend: $$-$$$

ATM Milano Stations: visit shopping map for more detail on ATM stations for each outlet.



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