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“On Monday in Bologna, on Wednesday in Munich and on Friday back home”: Milan central station

Only a short walk from Milan city center, there is an incredibly busy financial and commercial district centred on Piazza della Repubblica and dominated by the Giuseppe Mazzini monument, full of shops, buildings and offices.

Ideally connecting Porta Venezia to Porta Nuova, the district is dominated by the ‘Stazione Centrale’ (Central Station), majestically standing at the end of Via Vittor Pisani.

Also named ‘Milano Centrale’, it is one of the main railway stations in Europe: consequently, this is really the perfect location to rent an apartment in Milan for anyone who needs to zoom around the city or, even better, to be on Monday in Bologna, on Wednesday in Munich and on Friday back home.

The Central Station was officially inaugurated in 1931 to replace the old station, which wasn’t able to keep up with the rising traffic caused by the opening of the Traforo del Sempione (Sempione tunnel) in 1906 and is the works of the well-known architect Ulisse Stacchini, who inspired himself from the Washington Union Station.

The area is also very well served by all means of public transport: tram, bus and metro lines (yellow line MM3, stops Repubblica and Centrale, green line MM2, stops Centrale and Gioia, red line MM1, stops Lima and Caiazzo).