Appartamenti affitto Milano centro Corso Como

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The Area

Corso Como

In the last few years Corso Como has become one of Milan's most known streets. It's located in the Garibaldi area, one of the most exclusive in Milan.

Corso Como is a short pedestrian-only street dedicated to shopping and nightlife that tells a lot about the transformation that happened recently in Milan, when the fashion became one of the symbols of the city. Just behind Corso Como, some new built skyscrapers, which are the head offices of the most important fashion companies, surround a beautiful park, in an area now known as "the fashion city".

Period buildings are the main feature of this area's architecture. Behind one of these historical facades lies Corso Como 10, the most famous Italian Concept Store. This refined court shows how just by walking into a front door in Milan it is possible to find breathtaking corners, thanks to its mixture of post-war and modern architecture.

Milan's nightlife

Corso Como nightlife has developed in the last twenty years making it one of the liveliest streets in Milan. It is here that you will find some of Milan's finest restaurants, bars and club; the whole area is particularly enjoyable in the warm season, when its al fresco restaurants and open-air bars attract an international crowd.


Corso Como is just a short walk away from Milan's most important monuments and places. Sempione Park, Milan's most beautiful park, is within five minutes walk; Castello Sforzesco and the Arco Della Pace are just around the park, and the famous Milan's Triennale, home to architecture, design and art exhibitions, is located just outside Sempione Park.

The Brera area is just in proximity. A visit to its art gallery is a must for every tourist, as it is a must a little excursion to the Milan's Dome. The symbol of Milan is just a fifteen minutes walk away from the Castle, in some of Milan's most fashionable streets. Some other buildings, like La Scala theatre and Palazzo Reale, with its art exhibitions, are just in proximity of the Dome.


Obviously designer shops are everywhere in Milan, but again in Corso Como you can find designers boutiques such as Boule de Neiges, Anteprima, Pinko, Alain Mikli, Who's Who and many more. Via Della Spiga and Via Montenapoleone, with their shops and their amenities, are easily reachable from Corso Como.

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