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Corso Garibaldi, Milan

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  • to reach Piazza Gae Aulenti in Milan, I recommend leaving from Piazzale Cordusio (red metro line) and start to take via Broletto. then in via Ponte Vetero, stop to visit the Church of Santa Maria del Carmine a good neo-Gothic expression, a little further on, in C.so Garibaldi, you can visit the Basilica of san Simpliciano, this Romanesque, C:so Gadd, always exceeded Largo La Foppa, meet the 15th-century Church of St. Mary the Crowned a jewel in the center of Milan. Arrived at number 115 of C.so Garibaldi, I recommend you make a stop at PIADINERIA, not only to set up tables with great tortillas you can compose as you like, but above all for the courtesy and professionalism of the staff and the cleanliness of the room (including the bathroom).
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  • We have chosen a hotel of agreed to Garibaldi. And, without a doubt, get it right, both the hotel and the street. You start by metro amosco to and, without realizing it, walk down the street to the end, you're going to the neighbourhood of Breda, and you arrive in piazza da Scala.
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  • Corso Garibaldi runs from the Garibaldi Gate down towards the centre of town and is a place with many people and seemed quite safe and has good restaurants, some hotels and many shops. On a good day i...  more »