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.
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.
Via Torino connects piazza Duomo to Colonne di San Lorenzo and it’s very appreciated by the Milanese because it still has an old-fashioned look with narrow streets and large palaces.
Palazzo Affari ai Giureconsulti is located in Via Mercanti nearby Piazza Duomo, and it is a prestigious multi-functional centre hosting conventions, exhibitions and lectures . The facilities are offered to the economic, financial and institutional community and to companies.
Palazzo della Ragione is located in Piazza Mercanti, that was once the heart of the city and the seat of economic and commercial activities. Nowadays the building hosts exhibitions, mostly photography exhibitions of worldwide famous artists