Serravalle Designer Outlet, Serravalle Scrivia
(3.8/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web)
Avoid the shopping crowds of Milan and Genoa at Serravalle Designer Outlet, where nearly 300 of Italy's most famous brands are up to 70 percent off. Wander the wide avenues of shopping center--the first and largest of its kind in Italy--with its classical Italian architecture. Nearby major cities offer bus transportation; get a discount on your purchases if you choose the center's sponsored bus line. Parking is free. You'll have no trouble finding cash machines and children's play areas. Put Serravalle Designer Outlet into our Serravalle Scrivia holiday planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • I haven't seen yet many well-stocked shops in an outlet city Unglaublich...soooo. It's all represented by Apple, adidas boss there to Villeroy and Boch. It's worth a visit. Prices are interesting and varied offer. The decoration of the winter time is wonderful. Happy shopping
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  • Outlet in Europe don't really have the same concept of Outlet in the United States. In fact is nothing more than a pool of stores with the same prices found in Milan.
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  • I think one of the largest shopping complexes. If you want to avoid some crowds try to arrive before the opening of the shops. Just expanded. The best known brands of clothing can be found here.
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  • Total waste of time! outlet with 30% discounts mostly... One can buy designer brands much cheaper at any online store. Plus no choice at all. Would not suggest to anyone, unless you want to waste 5-6 hours of your life
  • Good Outlet Village. In some days of the year you can get very good discounts.
  • prices are same as in Milano . You pay 20 Euro to go there by bus . there is VAT tax refund if you are out side from EU zone , it is around % 10 . To be on the positive side you have to shop more than 200 Euro . Considering there is no item less then 100 Euro rice tag it is easy to achive 200 Euro goal. Does it worth in humble opinion no. It does not worth to spend 20 euro to see same shops as same brands in Milan shopping streets.
  • It isn't as crowded as Bichester Village in London so that’s a win. Remember to collect the 10% Shopping Passport (Very valuable). You basically get an additional 10% discount on the items. Rent a car if there’s enough people. If not, transport is either 20/25 Euros depending on the time of departure. Honestly, I think because it isn't very crowded so 6 hours should be sufficient to conclude your shopping trip.
  • So many brands, so big discounts! When buying the bus-trip to Seravalle from Milan by Zanni Viaggi travel agency, I suggest to go on Friday early morning, because after 9:30 the traffic in Milan is too tough to pass by. Also the Zanni Viaggi will give you a "Fashion Passport" giving 10% discount for most of the brands. But you can go deeper into Discounts with - 30% (only on Fridays), when you receive "Friends and Family" cart in Information booth after subscription on their website. WiFi is free accessible in Seravalle so you can register by phone on-site.