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High level finishing, completely renovated , this beautiful apartment is a perfect choice for your stay in Milan.
The apartment has one double bed for 2 persons and 2 single beds for other 2 persons.
Central location : 10 minutes walking from downtown. In the fashion district, between showrooms and international architect and design studios.It actually in heart of the TORTONA area which is a place to be during International Furniture Fair in Milan!
Nearby are shops, bars and restaurants.
As for all Milanese quartieri, the boundaries of Porta Genova are not formally defined; yet, they are usually thought of as comprising Via Solari, Via Bergognone, the Naviglio Grande canal and the Darsena. The district is centered in Piazza Cantore, where the city gate used to be, and the Porta Genova railway station, the oldest Milanese railway station to be still in operation. The station is the terminus of the railway connecting Milan and Mortara. Since the station is in the centre of Porta Genova, the district is divided in two parts by the railway; an old iron bridge connecting the two sides known as "la scaletta" (the "ladder"), located next to the station, is one of the traditional landmarks of the district.
Porta Genova is also characterized by the Navigli canals and the Darsena (the old dock), where two major Navigli meet, namely the Naviglio Grande and the Naviglio Pavese. As a consequence, much of the district is traversed by watercourses. One of the best known landmarks of the canal banks in Porta Genova is Vicolo Lavandaie, a small alley where Milanese woman used to wash clothes in the Naviglio's waters.
While Porta Genova is one of the most old-fashioned districts in Milan, and it is strongly connected to the tradition. It is also extremely popular with the Milanese youth, both for the night-life (especially along the banks of the Naviglio) and its anti-comformist atmosphere. This reflects, for example, in the almost ubiquitous street art works, the numerous" alternative" shops, as well as the peculiar character of the main street market of the area, the Fiera di Senigallia, which is renowned as one of the best places in Milan where to look for unusual, rare and bizarre merchandise.
Locality and attractions
In the area:Restaurants, bike renting; you can walk all the Navigli area with its beautiful and typical shops and pubs. In the spring and in the summer excursion on Naviglio Grande.
How to get there from the airport
Coming from either one of the 3 airports in Milan , the best way is to catch the shuttle bus to Central Station and take the green subway line and stop in Sant'Agostino.
How to get there from the city center
bus number 1 , 14 , tram number 2 . 5 metro stops to the Central Station, which is easily connected to all airports
Distance from the apartment
To the airport 9.50 km
To the metro 850 m
To the bus station 200 m
Special Requirements/Additional comments
WIFI INTERNET AVAILABLE FREE OF CHARGE!
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