Luxurious and spacious 2 bedroom apartment with terrace located on the fourth floor of a stately building in the heart of Milan, just a short distance from the Lima (metro line MM1 - red) and Piola metro stations (metro line MM2 - green).
This apartment of about 150 sq. mt. was recently renovated and has parquet flooring and air conditioning.
Entering, you will find the large living area with a three-seat corner sofa, a two-seat French sofa bed, and a TV corner.
There is also a table for 6 and an open floor plan kitchen, equipped with a refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, and oven.
From the living area, there is access to the large terrace, with a table for 4 and an awning.
The corridor leads to the sleeping area, with a first bedroom with 2 single beds, bedside tables with lamps, a chest of drawers, and two-door wardrobe.
Following is the master bedroom with double bed, wardrobe with 4 doors, bedside tables with lamps, and en-suite bathroom with a large shower.
At the end of the corridor, there is the second bathroom with shower and washing machine.
Completing the apartment is a large closet where the dryer is located.
For this apartment, an internet connection is available upon request with a portable Wi-Fi key.
**A city tourist tax will be applied. Cost per person per night: 3€, for maximum 14 nights.
The apartment area is very lively, well connected to the city center and its major attractions. Thanks to the privileged position, you can easily reach either on foot or by public transports:
- the Indro Montanelli gardens, the perfect place for your jogging session or a relaxing break. In the Gardens you find both Milan Planetarium and the Civic Museum of Natural History;
- Corso Buenos Aires, one of the oldest shopping streets in Milan offering more than 350 shops and boutiques;
- Milan Duomo, the city landmark, and Piazza della Scala, set of the world-renowned Scala theatre;
- the Royal Palace and the Museo del Novecento (Museum of the XX Century), which house temporary and permanent exhibitions all year round;
- Porta Garibaldi district (only 2 subway stops away), recently redeveloped and made extremely modern: here there are the UniCredit Tower, the tallest skyscraper in Italy, and the “Vertical Forest” (Bosco Verticale), a complex consisting of two residential towers with terraces completely covered with plants;
- Corso Como, the heart of nightlife in Milan, near the station Garibaldi/Porta Nuova;
- Sempione Park, where you can indulge in a race or spend a lazy afternoon, and Castello Sforzesco, one of the biggest castles in Europe and a symbol of Milan;
- Milano Triennale, considered the Italian Institution for design, architecture, decorative and visual arts, as well as fashion and audiovisual production, which houses permanent and temporary exhibitions;
- The Fashion district (enclosed between Via Montenapoleone, Via Manzoni, Via della Spiga and Corso Venezia) with a concentration of the jewelleries, boutiques and design showrooms.