Milan | Crocetta
Barberinos – Porta Romana 72
Corso di Porta Romana has always played a relevant role in Milan’s history. Designed as the main road to link Milan to Rome and to the south of Italy, the street has evolved together with the rest of the city: focal point of public ceremonies during the imperial age, residence of the most important Milanese noble families (such as the Visconti family), it became an important cultural centre during the Napoleonic period with the construction of the nearby Carcano theatre. At 72, Corso di Porta Romana there is Barberino’s: two floors entirely dedicated to men, a true place of worship for all the professionals working in the nearby offices, for the local residents and for all gentlemen who want to dedicate some valuable time to themselves according to the most authentic Italian grooming traditions.