Milano Tourism & Travel Guide

All in all, Milano is a very different experience; it is no London no Paris or New York City and certainly not Rome, yet it is an amalgamation of them all....

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the buildings themselves were beautiful and are a must see, however this is probably the biggest dissappointment in the whole trip. felt extremely unsafe here and was constantly watching over your back. so many refugees and beggers. people coming up to you are put bracelettes on you; while there friends circle you, then demand money (this is right outside the cathedral). will honestly say we will never go back....

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Piazza del Duomo, 20123 Milan
Standing tall beside the Duomo without getting overshadowed by it, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is the oldest shopping arcade in the world. The octagonal structure with its characteristic glass dome is a sight to see and houses all major fashion brands - think of Prada, Valentino, Versace, Moschino among others, you have them all. Owing to the many end of season sales, I came back home with several fancy shirts and dresses and I certainly was one happy girl. If you are a bigger shopaholic than I am, the Quadrilatero d'oro, or the Golden Quadrilateral, which is about 850 metres from the Galleria, is just the right place for you because it is possibly the most celebrated shopping district in the world, reflecting the true essence of Milan. Getting there: Buses, trams and the metro connect all major spots in and around Milan and the tickets come for nominal amounts. The closest station to the Galleria is 'Duomo' (about 50 metres) which serves Line 1 and 3 of the Milan metro and one can buy tickets at the station itself for 1.5 Euros.
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