Located in the short stretch of Via Pola, in the heart of Isola-Garibaldi neighborhood, which is famous for its Saturday market, the traditional shops, Italian and multi-ethnic restaurants and jazz clubs, is this charming 1-bedroom apartment with balcony. It is within walking distance to numerous commercial establishments and about 5 minutes away to the Island stops, Garibaldi, Gioia and Zara of purple lines, green and yellow metro.
The apartment has a total area of 50 square-meters and complete with amenities. It has a living area, kitchen and dining, a bedroom and a bathroom. The modest charming living area has a comfortable couch and a TV. An extra double sofa-bed can also be found here for the use of extra guests. For entertainment purposes, a DVD Player is also provided.
The dining table seats four people. The adjoining kitchen is equipped with standard amenities where you’ll find a fridge, microwave, toaster, cutleries, and other stuff like ceramic and glassware, kitchen tools and others that are essential for everyday use.
The lone air-conditioned bedroom is fitted with a queen-size bed with quality cotton linen and duvet as well as a generous wardrobe and cupboard space.
The bathroom has a shower cubicle, washbasin with mirror, toilet & bidet, shaver point and hairdryer.
For laundry concerns, the apartment is also equipped with a washing-machine, steam iron & board as well as a drying rack.
The entire apartment is WIFI enabled for the enjoyment of its guests. The minimum rental for this property is one week and is also available for long term rentals.
The building has a daytime porter service and a 24/7 video surveillance system.
Metro lines 2, 3 and 5 (green, yellow and purple) Bus and tram: 728, 60, 70, 82, 90, 91, 92, 33, 7, 5, 31, 43 Train stations Garibaldi and Centrale are in 15 minutes walking distance Shuttle buses at Centrale station join Milan's three airports: Linate, Malpensa, Orio al Serio (Bergamo)
Milan, a metropolis in Italy's northern Lombardy region, is a global capital of fashion and design. Home to the national stock exchange, it’s a financial hub also known for its high-end restaurants and shops. The Gothic Duomo di Milano cathedral and the Santa Maria delle Grazie convent, housing Leonardo da Vinci’s mural “The Last Supper,” testify to centuries of art and culture.
Milan is home to many cultural institutions, museums and art galleries, that account for about a tenth of the national total of visitors and receipts.The Pinacoteca di Brera is one of Milan's most important art galleries. It contains one of the foremost collections of Italian painting, including masterpieces such as the Brera Madonna by Piero della Francesca. The Castello Sforzesco hosts numerous art collections and exhibitions, especially statues, ancient arms and furnitures, as well as the Pinacoteca del Castello Sforzesco, with an art collection including Michelangelo's last sculpture, the Rondanini Pietà, Andrea Mantegna's Trivulzio Madonna and Leonardo da Vinci's Codex Trivulzianus manuscript.
For foodies, rest assured that you'll never run out of restaurants, cafes and bars to choose from as they are all over the city. Shopping is also a thing in Milan as it is considered as one of the fashion capitals of the world like Paris, New York and others.