One bedroom apartment in Milan in a strategic position between the Centrale (metro lines MM3 - yellow / MM2 - green), Caiazzo (metro line MM2 - green) and Lima (metro line MM1 - red) metro stations.
This one bedroom apartment of about 50 sq. mt. is located on the 5th floor with elevator and is bright and very quiet. The whole apartment, in fact, faces the internal side of the building and is equipped with double glazed windows.
Air conditioning is present in all rooms.
The apartment opens onto the living area, which includes a table for 4 guests, a TV area, a sofa, a bookcase, and a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and microwave.
The sleeping area is made up of a bathroom with shower and a double bedroom with wardrobe with 3 sliding doors and a desk.
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 Settembrini is very well connected to the city centre and the main places of interest.
In particular, thanks to its strategic location, from the apartment you can easily reach on foot or by public transport:
- Porta Garibaldi district, 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;
- The Brera district, excellent mix of history and modernity, tradition and innovation. Via Brera is famous for its art gallery, a national gallery of ancient and modern art, the Academy of Fine Arts and, mostly for the Brera Botanic Gardens. Boutiques of interior design and fine cafés are also typical of the neighbourhood;
- 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;
- Duomo, symbol of the city, and Piazza della Scala, seat of the Scala theatre;
- 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.
Corso Buenos Aires, one of the most important shopping streets of Milan thanks to the presence of over 350 shops, is in a short distance.