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Martyn Cymro wrote a review Jan 2020
Coimbra, Portugal3,113 contributions560 helpful votes
The street leads down from Porta Ticinese, which is at the start of the canal zones. It's not a tourist street and is lines with local businesses and traditional Italian cafés. A good street to stroll up and stop for coffee if you walk down Naviglio Pavese.
Date of experience: January 2020
PrestonGuild wrote a review Jun 2019
United Kingdom53,315 contributions2,690 helpful votes
This is a traditional street that is side by side to one of the canal streets. It was close to one of the hotel we stayed in Navigli. An area with local shops and a more traditional Italian feel.
Date of experience: October 2018
vivimero wrote a review Mar 2015
Milan, Italy1,911 contributions1,598 helpful votes
One of the best streets to breath milano . Old town, local shops. Nice cafes and churches and some internal gardens in some buildings. Take a stroll!
Sofia F wrote a review Jun 2014
Rome, Italy5 contributions3 helpful votes
If you are trying to get a taste of that old italian flavour this street is for you. This area of town used to be what one might call a ghetto but with the growth of the city it has started developing into a new shopping district. Its an interesting mix of tiny cafes and shops that have litterally been here for over 30 years standing next to brand name stores. It's not a very long street but definitely worth a stroll. You can get a great old style Italian Pizza here or a real Italian cappuccino served by a man who has been there for decades and prides himself on his skills - and all this at 'local' prices, rather than tourist prices. And in between you can search through regular known brands and interesting independent stores. This street is exactly parallel to the navigli canal streets which are packed with tourists and where the food quality and prices are quite up and down. The navigli can be a lot of fun too (especially at night), but if you want a more local taste head two minutes over by foot to Corso San Gottardo and take a stroll there. Or better yet, do some shopping on Corso San Gottardo, followed by some authentic food and then head over to the canals for a great drink and crowd watching on a patio.…
Date of experience: May 2014