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Have you ever been to a beautiful and historically rich country in the south of Europe, which is Italy? One of the many popular destinations throughout the year attracts crowds of tourists. In summer, it encourages with wide beaches and the warm Mediterranean Sea, and in the winter it tempts with snow-covered Alps, a real paradise for skiers.
However, this country in the shape of a boot is not only natural and historical valuable, but also... A versatile paradise for shopping, fashion, expensive stores, world-famous fashion designers and more.
Do you know what it is talked about? Of course, nothing else than about Milan! This city is the largest European capital of fashion and shopping. It is here where you can meet worldwide renown fashion houses, works of world-renowned designers such as Armani, Coco Chanel and many others, as well as famous monuments whose greatest showcase is the Duomo di Milano cathedral. In addition, there are many climatic cafes where you can enjoy traditional, twisted Italian ice cream and with no excuses - Quadrilatero d'Oro.

So what points are in my opinion compulsory to visit, see and touch, being in Milan?

In my ranking top of the top is definitely the whole Piazza Duomo (which not without reason is visited by tourists and locals for nearly 24 hours) and the aforementioned huge Gothic cathedral, which is the icing on the cake of this place. Stunning look both from the outside and from the inside, and from its roof stretches a breathtaking view of the vast panorama of Milan, perfect for photoshooting from all sides - beautiful photos guaranteed!
In addition, you can't of course overlook the greatest entertainment (especially for women), which are shopping and visiting great and really many boutiques and fashion houses known as the long and wide the world is. There are a few streets whose names can and probably don't say anything, but for good fashion experts, they definitely sound like a spell. What does it mean? Well, the already mentioned Quadrilatero d'Oro, which includes such roads to heaven as Via Sant'Andrea, Via Della Spiga and Via Manzoni. Ready to meet Prada, Chanel or Gucci? There you will come into the land of these and many other gods of the fashion world.
PS. Do not forget to bring a wallet full of money with you! 
And if the most expensive brands are not in your taste, it is always worth going to Corso Buenos Aires, or the Naviglio Grande canal, where you can find a market and many shops with less exclusive clothes, but at a price much more affordable for an ordinary mortal.
Being in Milan, it would be a sin to forget about eating traditional Italian ice-cream and drinking a delicious espresso, so in the break from sightseeing, it's worth taking a short break and rest, enjoying the palate in one of the local cafes.

That's all of my points particularly worth recommending in the European capital of fashion. I hope you liked this post and it's at least a little useful. Have a nice trip!

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