Corso Buenos Aires is one of the longest shopping streets in Italy and Europe

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Milan: 2.5-Hour City Tour by Tram

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...w ride along the commercial shopping street of Corso Buenos Aires where you can enjoy some free time to shop at the end!

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Corso Buenos Aires, Milan

Corso Buenos Aires is one of the longest shopping streets in Italy and Europe.

Corso Buenos Aires is one of the longest shopping streets in Italy and Europe. It is a large avenue, who, at first, is quite old, but the buildings gradually become newer further along. Today, it contains loads, loads and loads of shops, such as Swarovsky, H&M, Milano House of Cashmere, Calzedonia, Outlet, United Colors of Benetton, Adidas, Nike, Calvin Klein, Zara, Luisa Spagnoli, and a good number more. Since the Corso Buenos Aires is so long, you have the P.ta Venezia and Loreto stations at either side, and the Lima one more or less in the middle.


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About Corso Buenos Aires

 Corso Buenos Aires, Milan, Italy

Corso Buenos Aires and Nearby Sights on Map

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Piazza Duca d'Aosta

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Modern Art Gallery

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Contemporary Arts Pavilion

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Changing exhibitions of contemporary art