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Via Torino has long been one of Milan's main shopping streets; it also connects Piazza Duomo with the characteristic Ticinese district. In recent years Via Torino has developed as a shoe mall, with a plethora of shops geared mainly to the young set. Merchandise - from all-terrain boots to dainty sandals - is of differing quality and ranges from the inexpensive to the medium-to-high priced.
Walking down Via Torino from the Duomo, you reach the Ticinese district, which offers instead a selection of small shops and workshops. Beyond Largo Carrobbio you will come to Corso di Porta Ticinese, where a new generation of craftsmen have taken the place of the old timers and, with their creative ideas, are attracting a younger clientele. Corso di Porta Ticinese leads to the Navigli.

Via Torino e Ticinese

HOW TO GET THERE. You get to Via Torino from Piazza Duomo (subway station Duomo).

Clothing   Clothing
Hats   Hats
Jewels   Jewels
Linens & Lingerie   Linens & Lingerie
Objects   Objects
Shoes & Bags   Shoes & Bags

Torino, Ticinese
  Clothing
  Hats
  Jewels
  Linens & Lingerie
  Objects
  Shoes & Bags
 
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