Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii

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  • Address: Piazza Duomo, 20123 Milano MI, Italy
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +39-288455555
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Bar, Cafe, Mall, Shopping Center, Family And Kids

Grab your shopping bag to go browsing in the world’s most elegant covered arcade, the glass-domed Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the world's oldest shopping mall. The Galleria symbolized Italian unity and self-confidence, so it is no surprise that the arcade is decorated with plenty of patriotic symbols. The place has a unique charm, which makes it worth a visit. Shops including luxury Prada, Gucci and Louis Vuitton boutiques with awnings and large plate-glass windows line the ground floor. You’ll also find some of Milan’s most lauded and historic cafes, like Biffi and Zucca’s Bar. If you have 48 hours in Milan, this is the place to go, if not still spare some time while planning for Milan Itinerary 1 Day.

  • Carry a proof of your birthday as some shops offer special discounts.
  • Senior citizens should carry an identity proof as there are special offers for them too.
  • Visa & MasterCard acceptable.
  • Bring sufficient cash with you.

  • Some shops close between 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.

  • Duomo Subway Station

  • Boeucc: Local Traditional Cuisine
  • Latte G:  Dessert & Icecream
  • Cracco: Chicken Pizza & Pasta

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  • Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii Address: Piazza Duomo, 20123 Milano MI, Italy
  • Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii Contact Number: +39-288455555
  • Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii Timing: 24-hrs
  • Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii(preferred time): 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 93.11% of people who visit Milan include Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii in their plan

  • 36.31% of people start their Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii

Monday, Wednesday and Saturday

67.59% of people prefer walking in order to reach Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii

People normally club together Piazza Del Duomo and Museo Teatrale Alla Scala while planning their visit to Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele Ii.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • One of the most interesting oddities when traveling through Italy. A pedestrian street completely enclosed by a glass roof, filled with shops and cafes. The first time I saw this place when I was a kid 45 years ago I thought it was so cool. Since then I’ve been in it hundreds of times and it’s still a marvel- not just in construction but in the resulting totally unique vibe. The fact that it connects a huge plaza that contains the third largest cathedral in the world with another plaza that contains the most storied and iconic opera house in the world is just a bonus. Americans continue to pass up visiting Milano on their trips to Italy (which I find endlessly amusing) and that’s just peachy with me.

  • The building is magic, both day and night. The world's most elegant shopping mall. The shops are just tourist traps selling over priced so called luxury goods to star struck tourists and the mall is full of tourists posing for selfies etc.but its a must see. Remember when it was built. Enjoy the beauty of the design. Visit by night , it looks and feels different. The locals don't shop here. There are much more interesting and better value places in Milan. But make sure you visit.

  • Well worth a visit if you are in Milan, I was in awe of the absolutely Amazing architecture with its incredible glass domed ceilings flooding in lots of natural light. It has many high end designer shops and restaurants.

  • One of the most interesting oddities when traveling through Italy. A pedestrian street completely enclosed by a glass roof, filled with shops and cafes. The first time I saw this place when I was a kid 45 years ago I thought it was so cool. Since then I’ve been in it hundreds of times and it’s still a marvel- not just in construction but in the resulting totally unique vibe. The fact that it connects a huge plaza that contains the third largest cathedral in the world with another plaza that contains the most storied and iconic opera house in the world is just a bonus. Americans continue to pass up visiting Milano on their trips to Italy (which I find endlessly amusing) and that’s just peachy with me.

  • Major high end boutiques house in this stunning structure and space. Vast selection of restaurants and cafes for tired tourists. It's nice to walk around to enjoy watching the people. However, my only dining experience quality is not that good. Just read a bit of review before choosing the correct nice corner to watch people.

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