A commercial stretch over a kilometre long with a multitude of shops offering articles of all genres. Corso Buenos Aires is always busy at any time of the day and meets the most varied needs of many: whether you want to buy a shirt or a pair of pants, eyeglasses or a good book, jewellery, shoes or sporting goods, you are bound to find what you are looking for.
The Corso, which starts from Piazza Oberdan (Porta Venezia), is a continuation of Corso Venezia and goes straight on all the way to Piazzale Loreto. It is served by three Metro stops at the two ends and halfway on the M1 red line (Porta Venezia, Loreto and Lima).
If you have some available free time pause a while on this street, where the bars and pizzerias will invite you to extend your busy shopping schedule.
Moving north in the direction of Piazzale Loreto find Corti di Baires, with various attractive shop windows and an outdoor seating area inviting shoppers to relax between purchases, as the snatch a few quiet moments from the enjoyable frenzy of impulse buying.