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Serravalle Scrivia, Milan

One of the biggest shopping outlets in Europe, containing 180 stores, despite being 1 hours' drive from the city and in the Piedmont region, it is definitely worth a visit if you're a shopping fan.

One of the biggest shopping outlets in Europe, containing 180 stores, despite being 1 hours' drive from the city and in the Piedmont region, it is definitely worth a visit if you're a shopping fan. And it has a very pleasant feel because it is more like a mini-town than an actual outlet, with Italian-style piazzas and pretty alleyways, surrounded by rolling hills and a lovely local countryside, and absent of cars. With over 20 million visitors having come ever since its opening in 2000, you can find luxurious designer names, such as Dolce & Gabbana, Etro, Diesel, Roberto Cavalli, Ferragamo, Timberland, Tommy Hilfiger, Prada, Geox, Swatch, Bulgari, Swarovski, and several more (at bargain prices)! Then, if you want to have a meal, you can stop for some fast-foods at Burger King or the Italian Spizzico, have an ice-cream or sip at a drink in a café. Despite the slightly long trip, it makes a truly great day out, and is heaven for any fashionista or passionate shopper!


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About Serravalle Scrivia

 Via della Moda, no. 1

Serravalle Scrivia and Nearby Sights on Map

San Siro Stadium

The famous stadium of Milan, home to AC Milan and Internazionale, two of the most famous and successful football(soccer) clubs in Italy

Museo Inter e Milan

Non-stop match screenings and team memorabilia make this the football temple of Milan

Fiera di Senigallia

Crowded flea market where you can find fake leather, '70s vintage disco gear, compilation CDs, Peruvian baby clothes, used clothes and old comic books

Viale Papiniano

Flea market with cut-price clothes, shoes, homeware, linen and fruits

Navigli

Porta Ticinese

Porta Ticinese and the surrounding area is a very old-fashioned quarter nearly untouched by WWII bombings

Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology

Museo Diocesano

Santa Maria delle Grazie

The Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie or Saint Mary of the Graces is best known for housing Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece The Last Supper in its Dominican convent

The Last Supper

Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece The Last Supper (Il Cenacolo) is housed in the refectory of the Dominican convent of the Santa Maria delle Grazie, a UNESCO World Heritage Site