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Gucci Café in Milan

Gucci Caféis a popular place among Milanese shoppers, where you can drink coffee and take the sweets with Gucci logo.

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Gucci Café

#7 of 30 places to visit in Milan
Gucci Café can be found in the gallery Victor Emmanuel II, next to the boutique Gucci. The coffee shop serves a delicious cappuccino and unusual chocolates with the logo of the brand Gucci.

Inside the coffee shop is the special atmosphere of the quiet island of tranquility with a slight touch of luxury. This place is popular among Milanese shoppers, that make a break from the shopping path.

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Drink coffee in a Gucci Café in Milan
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Take a break from shopping and sit down with a cup of coffee in a Gucci Cafe, where everything breathes romance of fashion brand.

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Location: Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

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from 10:00 am to 7:30 pm

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