Located behind Parco Sempione, Sarpi is locally known as Milan’s China Town. After the Great War a large Chinese population settled in the area. Since then the area has become a famous shopping district, known for its leather and silk products. This is the best place in Milan to buy cheap clothes and eat oriental food, the area has many delicious Chinese restaurants. Via Paolo Sarpi is the main street of the neighbourhood and the best for shopping. Sarpi neighbourhood is located within several transport links as well as commercial and leisure areas. Very close to Sarpi street you will find Corso Sempione and the stunning Arco della Pace with all its bars and restaurants. The Arch area is together with the Navigli one the center of Milan nightlife where lots of locals and tourists spend their time after sunset.
It is the Milano China Town.
Via Paolo Sarpi and Arco della Pace.
With the Historical Boutiques and unique products.
In Chinatown you can find cheap shop, Chinese restaurants and some nice places to spend the night.
Ranked as one of the most beautiful cities in the world by Forbes, Florence is the epitome of what you can think about when you think about Italy: Cradle of the Renaissance, birthplace of Italian language and dwell of artistic masterpiece of Michelangelo and Brunelleschi.
Visit the Uffizi Museum, having a glass of wine with your new friend while eating a schiacciata alla fiorentina and enjoy a crazy luxury shopping in luxury while studying at one of the oldest and famous universities of the world.
If Batman’s butler Alfred chosen Florence as his retirement place to drink Fernet liquor at the bank of river Arno, why you wouldn’t? Rent a room it over at Uniplaces.com and find your accomodation for your perfect Erasmus stay.