- Corso Buenos Aires is a long shopping strip that is the bona fide home of shopping, despite the fact that the quality ranges from good to terrible: so you'll need to leave plenty of time to browse. There are designer names from the fashion world, Italian leather-wear specialists like Pollini and Furla, historic Milanese shops from days gone by, supermarkets and department stores. Above all, it's the hub for cheap and trendy gear, where you can find hip shoes, clothes and accessories. It is always packed with boisterous youngsters and families, and it is advisable to avoid it during the Christmas holiday period, when the crowds block the streets. It is great fun during the week, however, and you can really pick up some great bargains and cut-price goodies.
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