Studio apartment in Milan’s historic city center between the Missori (metro line MM3 - yellow) and Sant’Ambrogio (metro line MM2 - green) metro stations.
This apartment of about 40 sq. mt. was completely renovated at the end of 2017. It is located on the mezzanine floor and is very quiet. Although you are in the city center you have the feeling of being in the country, since it is located on a private road overlooking the Parco delle Basiliche. The apartment has air conditioning and double glazed windows.
The apartment opens onto an entrance that includes a walk-in closet, leading on one side to the bathroom with shower, and on the other side to the living area, which includes a kitchen, armchair, table for 3, a TV area, and a bookcase which acts as a divider between the living and sleeping area that is furnished with a double bed.
The flooring is parquet.
**A city tourist tax will be applied. Cost per person per night: 3€, for maximum 14 nights.
The area around Via Antonio Banfi is particularly attractive since it is near several places of interest. Being close to the Sant’Ambrogio and Missori metro stations, it enjoys a strategic position that allows you to reach the main places of interest in a short time.
Moreover, thanks to the proximity of the Darsena and the famous Navigli area, it is a lively neighborhood, where there are restaurants, bars, and clubs.
It is in a strategic location that allows reaching the city’s main places of interest in a short time:
- the Science and Technology Museum, located steps from Sant’Ambrogio subway station;
- Santa Maria delle Grazie church, which houses the famous Leonardo Da Vinci's ‘Cenacolo’, depicting the Last Supper of Jesus and the Apostles;
- the Milan Triennale is also noteworthy (Cadorna stop): it is considered the Italian institution par excellence for design, architecture, decorative and visual arts, fashion and audiovisual production;
- the MUDEC - ‘Museo delle Culture’ (Museum of Cultures), with its many spaces providing a rich cultural offer and several different services, such as permanent exhibitions, temporary shows, conference rooms and laboratories for adults and children, arranged on 17,000 sq.mt;
- Porta Genova/Navigli district, doubtless one of the liveliest and most exciting districts of the city, thanks to the incredible array of restaurants, clubs and trendy cocktail bars;
- the ‘Colonne di San Lorenzo’ (San Lorenzo columns), the famous square in Milan, which comes to life at nighttime. Especially during summer months, the square is filled with people, attracted by its countless entertainment opportunities.
Noteworthy is also the proximity to the Porta Genova/Navigli area, undoubtedly one of the most lively areas of the city, which offers a variety of entertainment options including numerous bars and clubs, as well as restaurants for every taste and budget.
The location is also very convenient to go to Bocconi University, the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, and the State University of Milan, all reachable in about 15 minutes on foot.