Colonne Di San Lorenzo, Milan
Colonne Di San Lorenzo, Milan - Address
Address: Corso di Porta Ticinese, 20123 Milano, Italy
Time Required: 00:30 Mins
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Colonne Di San Lorenzo, Milan
This s no bar or pub or club or restaurant. And yet, this is still one of the most loved nightspots in the city. The Columns of San Lorenzo are ancient roman ruins, sixteen tall corinthian columns moved to this location from another, perhaps more pagan, structure. It is right in front of the magnificent Basilica di San Lorenzo, which is always a lovely sight. There is usually someone strumming a guitar. Students and young people mill about. It's a great place to people watch.
How To reach Colonne Di San Lorenzo by Public Transport
- Trams 3, bus 94 stop Colonne Di S. Lorenzo.
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I really enjoyed this site, except for the gigantic TV across from it and the pushy peddlers ( hence the 4 stars) Hard to get good pictures. Visited at night. Lots of people and Bars. Great place to stand/sit and have a drink. However, like every other site of interest, be wary of people trying to sell you things...they are very pushy and get angry when you say no. Down the street is an awesome Gelato and Crepe place with a long line. Sadly I was too full to try.
An underrated area of milan. If you are looking to buy some clothes worthy of the "fashion capital" of Italy, you must lose yourself among the streets that surround the colonne.
Very nice columns, very historical and artistic. It's a shame that I saw stupid unhistorical things at the background of this great work of art.
Nice and chill hangout place with beer as cheap as 2€ (the cheapest I found in Milan). Went with some friends whilst interrailing and nicely fit in with the mainly student crowd that occupied. I don't recommend if you're not a fan of mosquitoes though.
Not much to do just nice place to have a beer and enjoy the view.