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We know that in italy, Milan is one of the best known places for doing shopping,in fact, it is the home of many top designers, modelings famous all over the world such as Valentino,Versace, Armani, D&G . Milan boasts an abundance of shops where visitors can follow the latest trends. For those looking for exclusive (and expensive) items, the area around Via della Spiga is an essential visit. While the district around Buenos Aires Avenue offers equally beautiful, but slightly more affordable goodies ( but also via Montenapoleone and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in the Piazza Duomo, reputed to be the world's oldest shopping mall). . Milan is the capital of fashion, it aims to promote the value of Italian fashion in italy and overseas and, and specially on Saturday afternoon, you can see a city crowded with people and you will need more time for shopping then in working days; the best shopping months are in the spring and autumn and the sale seasons in Milan offer immense discounts for bargain hunters; and there are 2 periods of sales : beginning of summers and beginner of winter. Shops are closed on Sundays and lots of clothes shops on Mondays morning and open only in the afternoon.
Another great place for shopping, is the capital of our country, Rome : the most important shopping areas are : via condotti , home to Italy's top designer stores such as Armani, Prada, Versace, Dolce and Gabbana, Gucci and other notable name (Practically every top designer in the world of fashion has a boutique or two in Rome, and the good thing is that many of them are situated in the same shopping district); via del corso; trastevere and portaportese, where you can find all you want (you can bargain with the sellers to get better price). An ever-increasing number of city-centre shops stay open non-stop from 9.30 or 10am to 7.30 or 8pm, Monday to Saturday, although many independent stores still stick to the traditional 1-4pm shutdown. In the centre, more and more stores also open on Sunday..
During the last few years many large shopping centres have been built, usually located outside the centres, which are subsidiaries of the large international chains (Lidl, Auchan, etc.) offering, in addition to discounts on food prices, savings on popular consumer product. In shops, prices are fixed. In theory you should be given a scontrino (receipt) for any purchase you make. If you aren’t, then ask for it: by law, shops are required to provide one. Major credit cards are accepted just about everywhere, although it’s still worth checking before getting to the till.
Anyway, nowadays people, in italy and all over the world, love internet shopping, because it’s easy and fast!