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Corso Buenos Aires

Corso Buenos Aires, Milano MI, Italy

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About Corso Buenos Aires

Corso Buenos Aires is an important commercial street in Milan, with over 350 points of sale for various types of goods, an overall daily turnover among the highest in the world, and an average of one hundred thousand people every day. it is one of the longest commercial promenades in Europe. Its shape recalls the American type, especially the Fifth Avenue of New York.


Attractions near Corso Buenos Aires

Milan Natural History Museum1.16km from Corso Buenos Aires

The Civic Museum of Natural History of Milan was founded in 1838 and is one of the most important naturalistic museums in Europe. It is part of the scientific museum pole of the museum sector of the Municipality of Milan. The museum is divided into five different permanent sections: Mineralogy, Paleontology, Natural History of Man, Invertebrate Zoology.

Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli1.2km from Corso Buenos Aires

The Indro Montanelli public gardens are a park in Milan, located in the Porta Venezia area.  Inaugurated in 1784 by the Habsburg administration, they were the first Milanese park expressly intended for collective entertainment. For over two centuries they have been called public gardens, gardens of Porta Venezia, Via Palestro gardens or simply the gardens, and use has yet taken root.  Since 2002 they have been named after the journalist and essayist Indro Montanelli, who used to spend part of hi

Villa Necchi Campiglio1.6km from Corso Buenos Aires

Villa Necchi Campiglio is a historic residence which is part of the " Case Museo di Milano " circuit.  Located in via Mozart 14, it was built between 1932 and 1935 as an independent single-family house based on a design by Piero Portaluppi, one of the greatest Italian architects of that period, and is surrounded by a large garden with a tennis court and swimming pool.

UniCredit Tower1.73km from Corso Buenos Aires

Italy’s tallest skyscraper is home to its largest bank, Unicredit, which occasionally allows the public to visit its dramatic top-deck viewing gallery. It quickly became a symbol of Milan and thanks above all to its impressive Spire building it has an extremely sinuous appearance. It features a fully glazed façade facing north and another facing south modulated by the horizontal lines of the brise soleil for more correct solar radiation.

Bagatti Valsecchi Museum1.82km from Corso Buenos Aires

The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is a historic residence located in the Montenapoleone district, in the center of Milan. "Palazzo Bagatti Valsecchi", which houses the museum, was purchased by the Lombardy Region in 1975 and is one of the most important and best-preserved museum houses in Europe. Since October 2008 it has been part of the " Case Museo di Milano " circuit.

Via Monte Napoleone1.9km from Corso Buenos Aires

The beautiful Via Monte Napoleone traces the old city walls built by Roman Emperor Maximian. In the first half of the 19th century, the street was reconstructed almost entirely in a neoclassical style and lined with the palaces of Milan's highest aristocracy.   Via Monte Napoleone is particularly famous for its ready-to-wear clothing- and jewelry shops.

Where is Corso Buenos Aires

Discover more attractions in Lombardy, where Corso Buenos Aires is located

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About 10 million people, forming one-sixth of Italy's population, live in Lombardy and about a fifth of Italy's GDP is produced in the region, making it the most populous and richest region in the country and one of the richest regions in Europe.