About this listing
You can experience the true Milan feeling in this warm apartment, which hosts up to 3 persons, at 10 minutes walk from Duomo square, the Museums in Duomo, the Castle and Navigli, the best place at night!
Easy access to subway lines. Many restaurants and bars nearby.
Choosing our apartment in Via Orti you will experience the typical old Milan style. The flat is located in one of the most beautiful and lively area in the very center of Milan. Very warm atmosphere! Decorated with vintage furniture, it is provided with totally equipped kitchen, dining area with a sofa-bed for 1 person, bedroom with a king-size bed, a desk, wide closet, LCD TV, WI-FI. A wide bathroom with both bathtub and shower, washing machine. Lining and towels are provided for free once a week. The apartment is located on the third floor without lift. Well connected with airports, central station and all areas through the subway station Crocetta (Yellow Line) and surface public transports. It is located at a 10 minutes walk or two subway stops from Piazza Duomo, Palazzo Reale Museum and fashionable shops in Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Via Montenapoleone. A cozy and very safe area at night!
Very close to the apartment you will find Terme Milano, with thermal baths, massages and spa in a very ancient and beautiful building. And at 500 mt, inside Teatro Pierlombardo (Via Botta 18) the brand new swimming pool Caimmi, open until midnight in summer, where you can spend the whole day swimming, tanning, reading in the shadow and eating delicious foods.
Nearby my place you'll find very good restaurants of any kind and the beautiful Guastalla Park. From my apartment you can easily reach any place in Milan, like Duomo Cathedral, the Castello (Castle), Porta Ticinese (the most popular area by night), Brera or the Fashion District at via Montenapoleone (3 subway stops).
You will love it!
p.s. if you'll need any advice or tips for good places to see, I'll always be happy to help you! I speak English, French and Portuguese.
Notice: late check-in after 9 pm wil be charged 20 euros extra cash, after midnight 40 euros.
The apartment is completely at my guest's disposal, no other guests. You can find nearby the Policlinico Hospital, the Clinica Mangiagalli (Maternity Hospital) and De Marchi Hospital (for children), the Court and the Library Biblioteca Sormani.
Interaction with guests
I will send you as you book advices and tips about museums, restaurants, shopping, nightlife, musems, and things to do in Milan during your stay.
Via Orti is a cozy street full of restaurants and bars. In Via Orti you can drink some of the best cocktails in Milan and eat the best creative hamburgers. Nearby, in Corso di Porta Romana one of the best ice-cream shops (see photos), and one of the 10 best pizza in Milan. In Porta Romana, Terme Milano with spa and massages. And at 500 mt, inside Teatro Pierlombardo (Via Botta 18) the brand new swimming pool Caimmi, open until midnight in summer, where you can spend the whole day swimming, tanning, reading in the shadow and eating delicious foods.Just a few tram or bus stops and you are in Navigli or Corso Como and Piazza Gae Aulenti, the most lively districts by night.
At 400 mtrs the Metro 3 yellow line brings you to Central Station (where you find buses to all airports), to Duomo, and any other place in Milan!
Other things to note
TO REACH THE APARTMENT:
1 )if you arrive by car:
the apartment is in the very center (ZTL area). Non-residents can circulate and park in this central area only with Ecopass, with daily payment, during the week and in the daytime (7.30 am-7.30 pm), and freely in the weekends and by night, from friday 7.30 pm to monday morning 7.30 am.
Not possible to park the car in front of Via Orti 12 (only for residents). You may find parking outside the ZTL area (200 mtrs), but it's not always easy. You can instead leave your car in a parking outside the ZTL Area. The nearests are:
Parking Medaglie d'Oro
You can pay the access ticket for ZTL once in the parking.
2) If you have a flight landing at Malpensa, or Orio al Serio:
taxis from Malpensa and Orio al Serio to Milan are enough expensive (90 euros). Instead, there's a bus each 10-15 minutes from Malpensa and Orio al Serio to Central Station, it takes 50 minutes. Or you can take Malpensa Express train from Malpensa; or bus from Malpensa and Orio al Serio Airports to Milano Centrale Station.
Then from Milano Central Station you can take the Metro 3, yellow line - 6 stops to Crocetta.
From Crocetta it’s a 5 minutes walk: take via Lamarmora and then turn the first to the right, via Commenda, that ends in via Orti, then turn to the left, my place is in via Orti 12.
3) If your flight lands at Linate:
you can take a taxi (not expensive – 20/30 euros, 20/30 minutes ), or
take bus 73 from Linate, and get off in Largo Augusto, then look for Bibioteca Sormani. There's a street on the left of Biblioteca Sormani - via Della Guastalla, then via Della Commenda - that leads directly to my place, Via Orti 12, at 900 mtrs. If you have doubts ask for the street of the Sinagogue.
4) If you arrive by train:
take a taxi (not expensive, 20 euro), or take the Metro 3, yellow line - 6 stops to Crocetta. From Crocetta take via Lamarmora and then turn the first on the right, via Commenda. Then turn on the left, the adress is via Orti 12.
I usually meet my guests in front of Dolcevita Café.
Please don't disturb the neighbors. Do not smoke, hear music outloud or invite other people inside the apartment. Leave the place as clean as you found it. Late check-in after 9pm will be charged 20 euros extra, please inform me before booking.
This host has a Strict Cancellation Policy
Cancel up to 30 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 30 days of the trip and get a 50% refund of the nightly rate, as well as a full refund of fees.
Hi, my name is Patrizia, I'm a professional singer and musician whatsoever (producer, composer, writer, choir director). I also work as a scout for Portuguese speaking writers, and I love translating books from Portuguese to Italian (I translated about 20 books already). I speak French (because of my mother), Portuguese (I lived 5 years in Brazil), and English (well, of course... I'm a singer...), and a little Spanish. I adore travelling, I visited almost all Europe and many other countries around the world, from USA to Tunisia, Morocco, India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, and Brazil of course... I discovered Air Bnb recently and I love to share my houses with other people, and visit someone else's one! I love any kind of food, I'm a good cook... Feel free to contact me if you have any curiosity about the 2 apartments I rent: a small, central one, and a wider and elegant one in Milan as well, at 500 mtrs from Duomo Square. See you soon!