Streets and Squares

Milan is full of streets and squares very beautiful and of great historical importance. In this section we list the most famous and important trying to give a starting point for those wishing to visit this city and did not want to miss the best spots.

Streets and Squares
Corso Como

Corso Como

Corso Como is the 300m (984ft) long pedestrian and shopping area that connects Porta Garibaldi station with piazza XXV Aprile. The surrounding area was urbanized…
Streets and Squares
Via dei Mercanti

Via dei Mercanti

200 metres long, Via dei Mercanti is the way connecting Piazza del Duomo to Piazza Cordusio and via Dante. On one side, you can see Palazzo dei Giureconsulti, a Congress Centre of Milan and on the opposite side the Palazzo della Ragione.
Streets and Squares
Quartiere Brera

Quartiere Brera

Brera neighbourhood is the area surrounding Belle Arti Academy, Pinacoteca di Brera and via Brera. It’s a trendy and charming area both daily and nightly, with a promenade that discloses suggestive spots in Milan. Here you can find many nightclubs and restaurants.
Streets and Squares
Via Montenapoleone

Via Montenapoleone

Via Montenapoleone is the most important street of the Milan fashion district, symbol of “la Milano da bere" (A drinker’s guide to Milan) and famous worldwide. It is located in the district known as the “Quadrilatero della moda” that also includes Via Manzoni, Via Della Spiga and Corso Venezia.
Streets and Squares
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II is the popular pedestrian zone where Milanese people and tourists enjoy window shopping and shopping. It connects Duomo square to San Babila square and here there is the highest concentration of offices, theatres, cinemas, pubs, restaurants and stores of the most famous brands.
Streets and Squares
Via Dante

Via Dante

Via Dante is the street that goes from piazza Cordusio to Castello Sforzesco. It has many shops and cafés with customers from all over the world. Most of the buildings in this street house shops on the ground floor and flats or offices on the upper floors.
Streets and Squares
Corso Buenos Aires

Corso Buenos Aires

Corso Buenos Aires is one of the busiest and most important streets of Milan. It is 1600 m (5250 ft) long and it’s the perfect place for shopping lovers.
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