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Quadrilatero della Moda is located not so far from your luxury b&b in Milan. This Fashion District concentrates the largest number of clothing stores of famous and less famous brands, ateliers and showrooms throughout the city. It is the favorite destination for shopping lovers and the heart of the events of Fashion Week, which takes place every year in September. The name Quadrilatero derives from the structure of the area composed of four roads that unite to form a square.
Of this four main streets, the most important is via Montenapoleone, the most prestigious street in the world according to the index "Main streets across the world" that records those dedicated to shopping. Then there are via Manzoni, via della Spiga and Corso Venezia, which is rejoined in Via Montenapoleone. There are also some internal roads, including: via Borgospesso, via Santo Spirito, via Gesù, via Sant'Andrea, via Bagutta and via Verri. This area, as important as the Brera district and the Navigli, is one of the most loved by tourists, citizens and experts of the fashion world.
To reach this central area it is advisable to use public transport, the M3 underground line, the "Montenapoleone" stop, or the M1 line, "San Babila" stop.
In the streets of the Quadrilatero the best designers in the world compete to present the most innovative collections. There are numerous clothing and jewelry stores, ateliers, showrooms and design venues. There are millions of people who come to this area from all over the world, even just to walk around and look at the windows of the most famous brands, from Armani to Versace, Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Chanel and many others. You will be spoiled for choice, but the prices are not for every budget.
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