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How to go shopping in Fidenza Milan, Italy

2018-01-01 19:12:00
In an international fashion city like Milan, how can the most popular Outlets escape the curse of fashion? Fidenza Village in Emilia Romagna, Italy's richest and most populous district, is a concentration camp for the most sought-after fashion brands in the region. Frequent visitors are the most modern and sophisticated urban men and women, so the 97 brands here are also trying to highlight the characteristics of fashion and trends. Brands such as Armani, D&G, Escada, La Perla, Versace, Valentino and Diesel are certainly sexy. You may not be familiar with local brands such as Missoni, Duventica, Bruno Magli and Facis. But they're no less popular in Italy, so once you're in Fidenza, you're in a sea of fashion brands, and you have no choice but fashion.
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Shopping highlights: although fashion, although big names, but the price here is not expensive, the fashion of the season from the mall and specialty stores under the cabinet soon, you can see them here, and generally can be sold at a low price of 30%, such as Versace handbags and cosmetics, the original price of more than 10,000 domestic handbags, as long as you spend three or four hundred euros here can be done; When I got back after Christmas, I bought a Furla red leather handbag for 190 euros, which would sell for about 6,000 in China. Armani and D&G shop is also worth a visit, at the door, style and size all do not say, generally in the store to see the boutique, here can also be found, an Armani suit as long as more than 200 euros, is less than 1/3 of the original price; Buy a piece of D&G underwear such a small object, dozens, more than a hundred yuan can be done, there is no big shelf.

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Not to be missed: Fidenza Village is also an important stop on the Italian food Road, and in front of its famous Dei Venie Dei Sapori avenue, you can enjoy a variety of cuisines and local specialties from all over Italy, from thin pizza to fresh truffles.

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Opening hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00-20:00.

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Access: From Piazza Castello, Milan at 10:00, return at 16:00, 20 euros/person, children under 12 half price; A free shuttle runs every 40 minutes.

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