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Piazza San Babila, Milan

Busy and modern square just north of the cathedral and near the city's fashion district.

Busy and modern square just north of the cathedral and near the city's fashion district. Architecturally, Piazza San Babila's buildings are virtually all Art-Deco office blocks from the 1930s, but it has a trendy business and cosmopolitan feel to it, and despite being very modern, boasts a very old sight, San Babila, a tiny, pretty, Romanesque church standing shadowed away by the huge modern skyscrapers. Piazza San Babila also contains numerous banks, post offices, fast-food restaurants and today also a touch of some funky designer stores too. Convenience wise, it's a great place to go, because it connects the Montenapoleone shopping area, with the more central Duomo zone.


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About Piazza San Babila

 Piazza San Babila, Milano, Italia

 +39 02 7740 4343

 www.turismo.milano.it

Piazza San Babila and Nearby Sights on Map

Abercrombie & Fitch

Opened in October 2009, this is one of the most popular flagship stores in Milan, it is the world's first to host Abercrombie kids and A&F together in one shop

Casa Fontana Silvestri

Renaissance building with Gothic elements, the frescoes on the façade are now faded

Via della Spiga

Lovely and classy little cobblestone street, with some beautiful ancient buildings

Gucci Flagship

This is Gucci's flagship store in the city, opened in 2002, which has haute couture (high fashion) clothing and accessories

Quadrilatero d'Oro

Bordered by via della Spiga, via Manzoni, via Sant'Andrea and via Montenapoleone, the Rectangle of Gold is the designer hub of Milan with Armani, Chanel, Missoni, Prada and Versace stores

Via Montenapoleone

The city's top high fashion shopping street

Piazza del Liberty

Small square, which however, is noted for a stunning Art Nouveau palace today called the Hotel del Corso, but once the Trianon

Basement

This small hidden shopping outlet called Basement cannot be seen from the street above

Corso Vittorio Emanuele

One of the most popular high street shopping arteries in the city

Bagatti Valsecchi Museum

A late 19th century aristocratic mansion with Italian Renaissance art collections