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Milan's Fashion District

What the Bermuda Triangle does for aircraft, the Milanese Rectangle does for your money: it makes it disappear into thin air. If you are tempted to buy, that is to say. Fortunately they invented the credit card, so you won't notice (immediately).

This high-class shopping district is home of the world's major fashion brands , like Giorgio Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Viktor & Rolf, Prada, Versace etc. You'll find jeweler's, boutiques and design and furnishing showrooms.

The sides of the quadrilateral are formed by Via Montenapoleone , Via Manzoni , Via della Spiga and Corso Venezia (sometimes it is also called the Triangolo della Moda , but is hard to see why).

An overview of shops at the Via Monte Napoleone is available at the RealShopping Italy website.

The district is not far from city center and the Poldi Pezzoli museum and Bagatti Valsecchi palace. The Giardini Pubblici are also close.

In the district you'll also find Caffe Cova one of Milan's oldest and most fashionable, founded in 1817.

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Living in Italy

expat italy

Would you dare to follow your dream
and move or retire to Italy?

Stef & Nico did, although their dog Sara had her doubts.
Now from your comfortable armchair you can share in
the hilarious & horrendous adventures they experienced
when they moved to Italy to start a bed and breakfast.

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For lovers of amusing travelogue memoirs who like a good laugh
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Glossary of Italian words included! Learn a bit of the Italian language along the way
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Practical advice on how to buy a house in Italy pleasantly presented within the stories

 


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