All to organize a shopping spree in Milan


Milan is a city that is among the largest cities in the world for shopping like Paris or London. It is not surprising that it is the third most visited city in Europe. Just the fact of thinking in Milan, takes us on a journey where fashion and elegance are masters, where art and design are a way of life, where we just found the made in Italy. The commercial streets of the city of Milan are innumerable, but the most luxurious and the most popular are four in number: Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga, Via Sant'Andrea, Via Manzoni, Via Santo Spirito and Via Borgospesso, commonly known as the "Quadrilatero d'Oro" (the golden quadrilateral). Here you will find all the big names in fashion such as Gucci, Prada, Versace and Armani empire Armani flowers, Armani and Armani coffee house. If you are still hungry for fashion and brands, visit the Galleria located within walking distance of the Duomo Cathedral. Under its arcades, the Gallery is also home to prestigious brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Prada and Louis Vuitton.

Do not be scared, the city of Milan is also made for average budgets and everyone can find happiness. And here we quote Corso Vittoria Emanuele, Corso Buenos Aires, Via Torino or Corso di Porta Ticinese, where there are shops a little more accessible to everyman like Zara, H & M or Timberland. < p>

How to think of made in Italy without thinking of Italian shoes? And as Milan does well, she has a whole street for shopping shoes: Via Torino, Ticinese between the district and the Duomo square. Shoes included is in all forms, from high heels to the trekking shoes. For lovers of leather, Chinatown Milan is done for them. There are shoes, bags, belts and other products of leather. Prices are quite affordable.

& # 13; The ideal for a shopping trip to Milan is to reach balance during periods ranging from early January to February and July to August. A boon for small budgets who can not afford normally to buy Prada, Gucci or Louis Vuitton.