Milan is not big, so every meal is in Chinatown, the food is cheap, especially when you come back from Switzerland, you can let go of the order, Chinatown is not big, very close to the cemetery.
Milan Chinatown is also a very interesting landscape here. Chinatown has a large area and the landscape is also very good. When you come here to play, you can see a lot of scenery on the street. This Chinatown is also a very important place. The scene of the visit.
It’s not easy to go out. It’s unavoidable to get tired of eating local dishes. Eating the specialties of your hometown will make you feel extra delicious. You will also think of your hometown and your relatives. However, large local supermarkets also sell packaged foods with Chinese characteristics.
Milan Chinatown, centered around Via Paolo Sarpi, is the biggest Chinatown in Italy. The curios thing is the great majority of people come from a small village in Guangzhou, whose number of residents is now smaller then the expat community in Milan. Also Chinese has took over most of the Bars in Milan in the last 3 years
As a first-time traveller to Milan, this was a great place to live in. I felt safe!
The building of Chinatown is still European, but more Oriental culture embellishment, will go to more than one memory.
I really saw Chinese people. I was very kind. I ate Chinese food here. The price was good and the taste was good. When I saw Chinese in a foreign country, I felt that I couldn’t speak it. It’s easy to find a suitable Chinese food here. Not many people come here to visit Chinatown