About this listing
- you are in Buenos Aires area full of shops and bars
- at 300mt M1 red tube to reach Rho Fiera EXPO
A very quiet and cozy flat with a kingsize bedroom, full-equipped kitchen-living room, with TV and DVD player, and a small but comfortable bathroom.
Placed in an old typical milanese building, at the third floor, no lift, the flat gives onto the court and this makes it a really peaceful and pleasant place to live.
Very close to M1 Lima underground station ( red line ) and M2 Loreto tube ( green line ) the flat is just 4 stops from Duomo station and 5 bus stops from Stazione Centrale ( bus n. 60 ).
It's located in a safe and lively neighborhood, Porta Venezia district, full of bars, restaurants and all the amenities you could need.
In 2 minutes you can go to the widest shopping district of Milan in Corso Buenos Aires.
Quiet near too you can find the Royal Gardens and Indro Montanelli Park, a big green area in the heart of the city.
Unes supermarket at 200mt, pharmacy at 50mt, 20 Hours gym at 200mt, bike sharing at 300mt.
Elfo Puccini theatre at 350mt, Plinius Cinema at 200mt.
Provided with towels, sheets and blankets.
In 2 minutes you can go to Bar Basso, the most popular nightlife place during the Design Week.
The rules are just the same rules you used to apply in your house: respect of the the other people living in the building and for all the things and the furniture in the apartment.
In the wardrobe you'll find blankets, sheets and wipes.
If you are not able to use something please ask and I'll help you to do it!
About the Host, Marco
I'm Marco, a 34 years old music composer born in Milan that plays in a rock band called The Mirrors.
A part of my family has a long tradition in the city from almost the 1800s, a period in which with Fonderia Pandiani we produced marble and bronze statues.
You will be able to find our works in the cultural heritage of the city like the Milan Cathedral (Duomo), the Academy of fine arts of Brera, the Royal Villa of Milan, the City Council, the Quirinal Palace (Government) in Rome and many others.
I'm opened to all the cultures and in my house I hosted people coming from everywhere in the world, trying to make them feel as much more comfortable as I can.
Between my side projects I produced an international project of awards and festival called Music Think Tank involving some of the best recognised rock artistis I like more as The Cure, Tears for Fears, Blondie and many others.
Hope you are going to enjoy your stay in this wonderful city !