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The otherwise unimpressive town of Pordenone hides a beautiful old-town main street, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, with a wealth of fashion shops for all budgets, although mainly for the bigger ones! Cozy cafés and restaurants line the street as well, so when your feet ache from all the walking there's never far to the nearest cup of espresso or birra alla spina.
What to buy: Lots of different italian fashion brands, both world famous and more local.
What to pay: All budgets, but mainly at the pricey end - shoes at 300+ euros are not uncommon.
Written Jun 22, 2010
Address: Corso Vittorio Emanuele II
Favorite thing: Pordenone was already inhabited before the 10th century, which is attested to by the necropolis that was recently brought to light under the Palazzo Ricchieri. In the 12th century the city started significant development of the commercial activities of the port on the river Noncello from which it gets its name - Portus Naonis.
Written Nov 4, 2005