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Sam on the Street – Part 6: A Visit to the Shopping District of Via Torino

by Sam Silverman

 

Photo of me on via Torino

Me on via Torino

To the right of the plaza before the Duomo is Via Torino. A street where the stores are unique to Italy and Europe, but are actually affordable. It’s important to me that the purchases I make here in Italy, and purchases I can only make in Italy. I wanted products that were exclusively European but I still want to be able to eat. I was able to accomplish that on Via Torino. Some of my favorite stores on the street where I did some damage were Berska, Pull & Bear, and Pimkie. Every piece I got was under 30 euros and exclusive in Europe. I got a lot of great dresses that have become some of my favorites. I’m already thinking of a game plan to keep my mom and sister out of my new European wardrobe. If you are looking to get compliments back in the US but also want to have enough money for food and water, definitely go to Via Torino.
Read Sam’s previous posts:
>> Sam on the Street – Part 1: discovering Milan guided by a young american girl – Arrival
>> Sam on the Street – Part 2: walking tour in the Duomo Area and a night at La Scala Opera House
>> Sam on the Street – Part 3: a walk through Milan’s most elegant shopping area, Leonardo 3 Exhibition and “The Last Supper”
>> Sam on the Street – Part 4: a visit to department store la Rinascente and a rooftop walking experience with Highline Galleria
>> Sam on the Street – Part 5: a visit to the Nineteenth Century Art Museum: Museo del Novecento

Or go on reading:
>> Sam on the Street – Part 7: experiencing Milan’s Central Park: Parco Sempione (Sforza Castle, La Triennale Design Museum, the City Aquarium, nightlife area Arco della Pace)

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