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Corso como is well known for its multitude of restaurants, bars and clubs. A "must" for aperitivo in Milan. Just ask me for directions. I am always happy to help!
There's a Café, fashion gallery, boutique, bookshop, photography gallery, and rooftop garden with amazing views of Garibaldi.
This is is by far my favorite nightlife place: plenty of choice, from pubs to nightclubs, in the heart of the outstanding "Quartiere Isola". Is very easy to reach with public transportation, tram nº 33 (direction "P.le Lagosta"), take off at "Viale Monte Grappa, via Gioia" and you're there.
beautiful shop and art galley of the sister of Franca Sozzani art director of vogue italia
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