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백화점
“All kinds of shops, unbearably full of people in the weekends and around Xmas, but hey if you like shopping this is the place, with all prices, from cheap to expensive.”
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공동묘지
“It is called the open air museum of Milan. Don’t miss Camparis tomb (Last drink!)”
  • 현지인 113명이 추천하는 곳
Museum
“The museum is divided into five different permanent sections: Mineralogy (with a large collection of minerals from all over the world); Paleontology (with several fossils of dinosaurs and other prehistoric organisms); Natural History of Man (dedicated to the origins and evolution of humans with a particular attention to the relationship of the latter with the environment); Invertebrate Zoology (dedicated to mollusks, arthropods and entomology); and Vertebrate Zoology (dedicated to vertebrates, both exotic and European).”
  • 현지인 58명이 추천하는 곳
쇼핑몰
“Beauty and health. Electronics and mobile. Fashion Groceries Home and accessories . Leisure and gifts . All Ground floor first floor....”
  • 현지인 31명이 추천하는 곳
기념물/랜드마크
“Exiting Sempione Park in a north-westerly direction, visitors come face to face with one of the most important neoclassical monuments of the city: the Arco della Pace, built in 1807 and designed by Luigi Cagnola. Together with two toll gates it represents the place where the strada del Sempione entered Milan and was built in the Napoleonic era to connect Milan and Paris; the current Corso Sempione initiates from here. From an urban point of view the construction of the first section dates from the late nineteenth-early twentieth century and is now a prestigious residential area. In recent years, the area in the immediate vicinity of the Arco della Pace has become an important centre of nightlife in Milan with an appealing selection of dining options. Another place of interest close by is the Arena Civica - designed by Luigi Canonica and built in 1806 with materials from the demolition of the Castello’s fortifications - which hosts concerts and cultural and sporting events.”
  • 현지인 58명이 추천하는 곳
나이트클럽
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“Un cubo di musica e divertimento. Serate di ogni tipo. A cube of music and fun. Evenings of all kinds.”
  • 현지인 57명이 추천하는 곳
사무실
“gorgeous Art Gallery, incredible atmosphere in one of the best University of the world -”
  • 현지인 75명이 추천하는 곳
운하
“Lively nightlife of Milan along the two canals... Bars with wide range of food and drinks, great cocktail places, pizzeria and live music... Recommended to visit...”
  • 현지인 114명이 추천하는 곳
쇼핑몰
“Many shops along this street, a great alternative to the Duomo area, sometimes is too crowd, here instead there are less people and the stuff can help you better!”
  • 현지인 58명이 추천하는 곳
아이스크림 가게
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“Il più buon gelato di Milano ! Unico ! An absolutely special ice cream ! there are only two shops in town and this is one ! ”
  • 현지인 100명이 추천하는 곳
칵테일 바
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“The very best of Isola Area. Situated in a post industrial structure, offers biologic food, great music, good beer and great cocktails”
  • 현지인 88명이 추천하는 곳
Landmark
“The architecture alone is gorgeous here, it is one of the most beautiful and oldest active shopping malls in Italy. The actual shopping is mostly limited to those with fat wallets as the stores consist of Prada, Gucci, Versace, Luisa Spagnoli and Armani. The shopping district that expands from the Galleria and Duomo has many more afforadable stores and is still very beautiful to walk through.”
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기념물/랜드마크
“MM1 "Porta Venezia" BikeMi Rack(Bike Sharing) Electric Car Rack Tram nº 9-33-23-5”
  • 현지인 54명이 추천하는 곳
Theme Park
“Leolandia is the most popular amusement park for children in Italy and the ideal place for fun for the whole family. Nestled in a large green park, it offers over 40 attractions and rides suitable for all ages. Children can meet the Superpigiamins live, the friendly Masha and Bear, LadyBug and Chat Noir, board the Thomas train, visit the world of Peppa Pig and help Geronimo Stilton on a very special mission. In addition, exciting shows for children, many animals and the historic Minitalia are waiting for you! Leolandia is the park where dreams come to life!”
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Route
“Pizzeria Capatosta excellent pizza napoletana and traditional appetizers from the south of Italy”
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잡화점
“The district takes its name both from some areas that bordered old farmhouses in the area - called "isole" - and from the actual isolation of its urban context, almost disconnected from the rest of the city. It developed at the end of the nineteenth century following the creation of the Turin to Venice railway line that interrupted the continuity of the ancient via Comasina between the current corso Como, south of the railway, and via Borsieri, around which the entire area grew. Since then this unique isolation has enabled the district to maintain its specific identity, fostered by an efficacious mix of residential buildings and workshops, which, together with the spread of cultural associations, clubs and meeting areas, make it one of the liveliest areas in Milan. Within the district, consisting mainly of traditional courtyard houses with balconies, there are numerous Art Nouveau buildings and some interesting examples of Milanese rationalism like the Ghiringhelli, Toninello and Rustici-Comolli houses, built in the thirties by Pietro Lingeri and Giuseppe Terragni. In Piazzale Lagosta stands one of the most elegant tenement blocks in the city (1924-25): in the courtyard, on the site of the ancient Mojazza cemetery, lies a plaque commemorating the small grave, near a mass grave, in which the poet Giuseppe Parini was buried. The new urban renovation of the Garibaldi-Repubblica area, with a vast structure of green spaces and pedestrian areas, has finally linked Isola to the rest of the city. The northern access point to the city, Porta Garibaldi is located in the centre of Piazza XXV Aprile and was built by the architect Giacomo Moraglia between 1826 and 1828. The current neoclassical arch, originally dedicated to Francis I of Austria to commemorate his visit to Milan in 1825, was later named after Giuseppe Garibaldi to mark his victory against the Austrians at San Fermo (1859). In recent years the axis that comprises corso Garibaldi, Piazza XXV Aprile and corso Como has undergone a lot of gentrification with the opening of numerous bars, shops and clubs and is now one of the main hubs of Milan's hectic nightlife.”
  • 현지인 75명이 추천하는 곳