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Milaneo shopping center in Stuttgart

After the opening of the Gerber two weeks ago, Stuttgart celebrated another shopping temple today: The Milaneo shopping center.  It is located behind the main station, right next to the public library.


There was already a crowd of people waiting in front of the entrance when I walked past the shopping center in the morning.


Of course I was quite curious so I had to visit the Milaneo during my lunch break. There were hundreds of people but it didn’t look that crowded at first sight cause the area is huge.

Milaneo shopping center


But it was way to crowded to have a look into the shops so I just strolled through Milaneo shopping center to get a first impression.






Well, quite fancy. There are more than 200 shops at Milaneo shopping center.



And right, there’s Primark…


I’m not a big fan of Primark after all I read on the news within the last weeks. But according to the crowd lining up in front of the shop, waiting to be allowed inside, I’m afraid not many people care that much…


That brings me to a few people, that weren’t very impressed with the opening of another shopping center in Stuttgart…


Yep, there were protests against some shops at Milaneo shopping center as well.

It was quite an interesting lunch break, I can tell you that much guys. I have to come back in a few days, when things have calmed down a bit, and have a closer look at the shops.

Has anybody been shopping at Milaneo today? What are your favorite shops and which center do you like better, Milaneo or Gerber?  Let me know, I’m curious!


More information about:

Milaneo (only in German)

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Hello and welcome to "living in Stuttgart". I am Mel and I love this beautiful city. There are so many things to explore, I can't wait sharing them with you. So come along and let me show you Stuttgart the way I see it.

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