Villaggio is a large shopping mall. Villaggio is an experience A place of shopping, entertainment and social interaction, where the décor transports you to a world unlike your own, and where an unrivalled mix of shops, restaurants and recreation lets you discover something new with every visit. ** Please note, this audit covers communal areas of the mall, not individual shops and Gondolania.
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the problem with villaggio disabled parking is that they do not have have standing signs but only on the ground. I’ve noticed many times that non-disabled cars would park in these spaces and no one would notice cause their cars are on top of the sign…