Location: Milan, Lombardy, Italy, Europe (Near to All Public Transport and Motorway) Accommodations: Flat, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath (Sleeps 2-3)
This new designed Flat is located in a very nice street in Milan, silent, clean. It’s in the second floor with elevator.
It is just perfect for quick trips of business or for longer stay. Near to all pubblic transportation to connect you everywhere in the city without any problem.
It has a nice bedroom including a big closet and with a comfortable King bed. Another bed is available for a third person.
A large reception area with a very nice sofa and enjoy LCD TV 32″ with Digital TV
It’s equipped with a big kitchen with all necessary kitchen wrae for a normal daily life. A modern bathroom with a brand new Jacuzzi steam shower.
The flat includes a Digital TV, Internet (Wi-Fi), AIR CONDITIONING, a microwave, a washing machine, a dishwasher, an iron, a DVD player and a vacuum cleaner.
This is not in downtown but it takes only 15 minutes to be in downtown! The nearest metro station is “Famagosta” 1 minute by Bus no. 95 that takes you to the nearest metro.
Another bus line 74 also pass through the street.
** 10% discount on rates for long term stay more than 2 months.
** We issue commercial invoice for business.
** Minimum rent 3 nights.
>>> More about the city:
Close to NAVIGLI. Navigli area is the most visited by Milan residents, due to the presence of numerous restaurants, fashionable bars and ethnic clubs. Some decades ago the Navigli circle, which was constituted by small navigable channels that are almost disappearing, encompassed the historic city centre of Milan. Nowadays the ancient handicraft shops of Milan, which date from the beginning of the century have been replaced by modern shops and restaurants, turning the area into one of shopping, design and clubs.
You can also visit the Sanctuary of Santa Rita da Cascia and the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, which is an excellent example of renaissance architecture. There are good connections to the underground, bus and tramway that allow you to reach the main tourist attractions of the city. Lombardy (Latin: Langobardia, Italian: Lombardia, Western Lombard: Lumbardìa, Eastern Lombard: Lombardia) is one of the 20 regions of Italy.
The capital is Milan. One-sixth of Italy’s population lives in Lombardy and about one fourth of Italy’s GDP is produced in this region. The languages are Italian, Western Lombard and Eastern Lombard. The primary religion is Catholic, of Ambrosian rite or Roman rite. Milan (Italian: Milano; Western Lombard: Milan (listen)) is one of the largest cities in Italy, located in the plains of Lombardy. The municipality (Comune di Milano) has a population of 1.3 million.
The Milan metropolitan area, depending on the specific definition, has a population ranging from 2.9 to 7.4 million. The municipal border covers a relatively small area (about one-eighth of that of Rome) because of the historical development of high density centres in agriculturally rich Lombardy. Milan is renowned as one of the world capitals of design and fashion. The English word milliner is derived from the name of the city.
The Lombard metropolis is famous for its fashion houses and shops (such as along via Montenapoleone) and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in the Piazza Duomo (reputed to be the world’s oldest shopping mall). The city hosted the World Exposition in 1906 and will host the Universal Expo in 2015. Inhabitants of Milan are referred to as “Milanese” (Italian: Milanesi or informally Meneghini or Ambrosiani).
The Olona river, the Lambro river and the Seveso creek run through Milan. Olona and Seveso run mostly underground. Milan is one of the major artistic centres of northern Italy. Its chief landmarks include: * The Duomo, the world’s largest collection of marble statues with the widely visible golden Madonna statue on top of the spire, la Madunina (little Madonna), the symbol of Milan. * Teatro alla Scala.
Milan is also one of the most important centres in the world for Opera lirica, with his famous Teatro alla Scala (La Scala). * The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, a large, covered arcade linking the Duomo’s piazza with the Teatro alla Scala. * The Castello Sforzesco * The Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio * The Palaeo-Christian Basilica of San Lorenzo * The Biblioteca Ambrosiana, containing drawings and notebooks by Leonardo da Vinci among its vast holdings of books, manuscripts, and drawings, and is one of the main repositories of European culture.
The city is also the home of the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. * The church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, which houses one of the most famous paintings of Leonardo da Vinci, The Last Supper (L’ultima cena or Il cenacolo). * The church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro, with a famous trompe l’oeil traditionally ascribed to Bramante * The Cimitero Monumentale di Milano. * The Pinacoteca di Brera, Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Poldi Pezzoli, the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum and the Musei del Castello galleries, which host a great number of pictorial masterpieces.
Rate by the night starting from €490/week (2-3 persons). Minimum 3 nights
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