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Via Paolo Sarpi, Milan

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  • Hands up who has never heard of via Paolo Sarpi, the milanese Chinatown. A place that's known for dipping into a culture so different from ours but so well for years and years of living together. Warning: If someone has visited via Paolo Sarpi 10 years ago and back today, there is no opportunity to recognize it. As has happened in various parts of the city, the route was completely transformed for the better and now is a pedestrian area totally respected with a variety of trade that amazes even the same. There are Chinese restaurants where you eat with 8 euros but there are also shops and businesses at the highest level, blood bank and restaurants where it does look bad bringing a group for a business dinner. From the chaos of the past has gone to a very pleasant walk that can start from the back of Corso Sempione towards the island, or vice versa, always with a succession of interesting things to see and with a sense of confidence that maybe in the past it was not equally present, at least at the level of sensation.
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  • Go to Europe and just miss the taste of Asia, so for me that Chinatown is goodness. Chinatown of Milan's Paolo sarpy Street. Are lined with many delicious, reasonably priced shops.
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  • Stroll through the shops, certainly better than a decade ago. I liked some clothing stores and telephony.
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