Corso Buenos Aires Tours
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Milan is known as Italy’s fashion capital, and there are several areas in the city known for shopping. One street with a particularly high concentration of clothing stores is Corso Buenos Aires.
The Corso Buenos Aires is a major thoroughfare in central Milan, running from Piazzale Loreto in northeast Milan toward the cathedral in the heart of the city. Closest to the Duomo, the street turns into Corso Venezia.
Unlike the cobblestone lanes of the Quadrilatero d’Oro shopping district, Corso Buenos Aires is a broad street that’s busy with traffic - but it’s also packed with shops. This street is said to have Europe’s densest population of clothing stores. These are primarily ready-to-wear instead of the high-end fashion on display in the Quadrilatero d’Oro.
While mainly known as a shopping destination, Corso Buenos Aires also has several hotel options and is not far from the main train station in the city, Milano Centrale. Where the street becomes Corso Venezia is also one corner of the large park that includes the Museo Civico and a planetarium.
Because of its focus on shopping, Corso Buenos Aires is an ideal destination during the two official sales periods in Italy - one in winter, and one in summer.
Address: Corso Buenos Aires, Milan, Lombardy, Italy
2 Tours and Activities to Experience Corso Buenos Aires
Discover Milan in a different way, by Tram! A slow ride through the city center. Visit the city center travelling with an ancient streetcar and get the commercial avenue Corso Buenos Aires where, after the tour, you can enjoy some free time of shopping! Sforza Castle, Sempione Park with the Arch of Peace, Brera district, Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, La Scala Opera house , the Fashion District, Piazza della Repubblica, Buenos Aires.
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Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
See the most popular sights of Milan with a hop-on hop-off bus ticket good for 24 or 48 hours. Take in the views of this fashionable city from the top level of an open-air double-decker bus, from which you see the iconic Milan Duomo and the famous opera house La Scala. With three different bus routes to choose from, and opportunities to get on and off as much as you like, the city of Milan is yours to discover.
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