Milan is home to some of the worlds largest fashion and designer brands. It also offers world famous art from the Renaissance era such as Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper. Serving as Italy’s business capital this city is a hub for transportation and commerce. The different neighborhoods of Milan display the character and history that has grown here over the years.
Zona Tortona lights up as the main district for Fashion Week every year. This leads to the development of many classy restaurants and boutiques. Due to the economic crisis of the 1960’s in Italy, many buildings are still in ruin and decay throughout the district. Due to the “tucked away” location of the neighborhood it remains relatively calm and quiet when Fashion Week is not running.
Half of this district if inhabited by Milans upper class citizens while the other half is a vibrant nightlife destinations filled with shops, bars and restaurants. This area offers many popular contemporary art destinations and happening nightclubs like Plastic.
Porta venezia mixes different classes of people from old Italian natives to the young international crowd. Some of the main shopping streets such as Corso Buenos Aires cut right through the heart of the district. These streets are lined with designer brand stores, chic cafes and infamous art galleries. You must pass through this district when you visit or live in Milan.
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