With more than 350 shops, it has been defined a huge open air mall or even compared to Fifth Avenue of New York, because of its structure.
In Corso Buenos Aires you can find not only the big clothing chains like Zara, H&M and Mango, but also huge brands like Gaudì, Calvin Klein Jeans and Anthony Morato. Even those who are looking for a deal will be satisfied, in fact it is possible to discover many tiny shops with unmissable opportunities.
This is why Corso Buenos Aires has become a regular stop not only for tourists, but also for Milan citizens who every single day crowd it. Walking through the street you can find everything you wish: clothes shops, jewelry stores, perfumeries, book shops, electronic stores, household items and much more.
What if we are hungry? No problem. Even for eating, Corso Buenos Aires and its neighborhood offer so many options. You can taste Italian typical dishes but also ethnic cuisines, such as Indian, Japanese and Chinese.
Corso Buenos Aires is even culture. At civic 33 is situated Elfo Puccini Theatre, which presents every day many performances from Shakespeare to experimental theatre. If we raise our eyes, we can admire many architectural buildings, like Casa Centenara, Art nouveau style building, built by the architect Gian Battista Bossi in 1907 and last but not least Hotel Galles built at the end of ‘800 by two engineers Oliviero Garuti and Angelo Molinari.