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Hermosa ubicación, a sólo 200 metros de la Catedral, a 100 metros del corazón de Brera y a 150 metros del Castello Sforzesco en un edificio de finales del siglo 19 - el apartamento está situado en el cuarto piso con ascensor. Este es un pequeño estudio de 30 metros cuadrados y tiene capacidad para 3 personas; De hecho, tenemos una cama individual y un sofa cama doble, baño grande con bañera y cocina totalmente equipada con utensilios, vajilla y cubiertos - el apartamento está equipado con aire acondicionado, conexión inalámbrica a internet gratuita, y está completamente equipado con ropa de cama y toallas para cada huésped. Al no estar expuesto directamente a la carretera resulta ser muy tranquilo y muy luminoso considerando los 2 grandes ventanales. La estación de metro está a sólo 100 metros de distancia
---- check-in after 02.00pm check-out before 11.00 in case of difference need we can arrange other check-in check-out times ---- For check-in later than 8.00pm an extra 10 euros fee will be charged ---- Key pick up by our reception at the Central Station ---- We remind our guests the need to pay the city tax upon arrival: 2 euros per guest per night
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type Apartment
Accommodates 3
Bedrooms Studio

Centro Storico, Milano

BROLETTO-200mt del Duomo y Brera
$ 71
Elegant & Lovely single/double room a short walk from Pasteur Metro Station (direct line to EXPO) and 10 mins walk from Milan Central Station. The apartment is a few metro stops away from the Duomo, Garibaldi Station and Brera.
Do you have to stay a few days in Milan for business or for your studies, in vacation or... by chance? If you do, you are welcome here! In your room you will find not only an hotel standard, but also the warmth of your home. The best solution to feel comfortable and cared for!
Room type Private room
Property type Bed & Breakfast
Accommodates 2
Bedrooms 1

Zona 2, Milano

Lovely Room near Central Station
$ 65
Apartment entirely redecorated a few months ago, fully air conditioned, free wi-fi internet broadband, one bedroom with a double bed or twin beds, sofa bed two places, laptop desk, living room with dining table, fully furbished kitchen with microwave oven, dishwasher, kettle, cutlery, dishes, glasses, toaster, pots. Towels for every guest for face, shower and bidet, shampoo, hairdryer. In the neighbourhood restaurants, bars, shops, supermarkets, 2 metro lines, all points of interests around here
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type Apartment
Accommodates 4
Bedrooms 1

Centro Storico, Milano

COSY APARTMENT 2 MINUTES FROM DUOMO
$ 91
Angelo from Milano

COSY APARTMENT 2 MINUTES FROM DUOMO

· Entire home/apt ·
· 104 reviews
Experience sleeping in the Duomo room with a cozy blooming balcony, private bathroom, daily breakfast & friendly hospitality ! Your bathroom is for your exclusive use alone (my girlfriend and I have a separate one) and shampoo+conditioner, shower gel, and bath towels are provided. A hair dryer is available for your use also Wireless air-speed internet, a large desk and a small tv complete the room The apartment is on third floor without elevator, we will be happy to help you with your luggage :)
Experience sleeping in the Duomo room with a cozy blooming balcony, private bathroom, daily breakfast & friendly hospitality ! Your private room that can host up to 3 people (double bed and armchair-bed) has its own separate air-conditioning system and a desk. Your bathroom is for your exclusive use alone (my girlfriend and I have a separate one) and shampoo, shower gel and bath towels are provided. A hair dryer is available for your use also. Parking space available outside our house. Wireless air-speed internet and a small tv with italian channels complete the room. The room and bathroom are exclusively for your own use, the balcony is also private with a small table and two stools where you can have a coffee, a tea or if you smoke enjoying a cigarette. I will meet you during check-in and check-out, I normally work at home but sometimes I go out to build up my new business. Myriam normally is out for work. Don't hesitate to join me/us in the living room if it pleases you. You can also totally ignore us and stay in the room. We respect your privacy.
Just around the corner (VIALE CERTOSA-VIA GROSOTTO) there is the tram stop with different lines going to the city center, from here you will find: 14 LINE (DIRECTION --- LORENTEGGIO) if you want to go to: - DUOMO (stop at DUOMO). - CENTRALE STATION (Stop at LANZA BRERA PICCOLO TEATRO then take the green line metro to CENTRALE FS). - GARIBALDI DISTRICT (stop at PIAZZALE CIMITERO MONUMENTALE-VIA BRAMANTE then 14 minutes walk alternatively stop at CENISIO M5 and take the purple metro line to GARIBALDI FS). - BRERA & CORSO COMO (stop at PIAZZALE CIMITERO MONUMENTALE VIA BRAMANTE then 12 minutes walk alternatively stop at CENISIO M5 and take the purple metro line to GARIBALDI FS). 19 LINE (DIRECTION ---- CAIROLI M1) if you want to go to: - CASTELLO SFORZESCO (Stop at CAIROLI M1). - LA TRIENNALE DI MILANO MUSEUM (Stop at VIA VENTI SETTEMBRE). There is also a bike-sharing docking station if you wish to cycle around the city. Finally a taxi rank is outside the apartment complex. At a very short walking distance there is a shopping center (Iper) with a restaurant, a pizza slice pizzeria a café and hypermarket. A delicious italian restaurant nearby. There is also a 24 hours supermarket (Carrefour). Portello is a nice and populated district, full of any kind of shops. The closest attractions are: Arco della pace and its bars/restaurants just 15 minutes by tram Fieramilanocity is 1,5 km Fieramilano Rho 7,5 km (33 minutes by public transport) Unfortunately pets are not admitted Possibility to park for free near the apartment Nearby there is the bus stop of Malpensa shuttle that goes directly to the airport. At a very short walking distance there is a shopping center (Iper) with a restaurant, a pizza slice pizzeria a café and hypermarket. A delicious italian restaurant nearby. There is also a 24 hours supermarket (Carrefour).
Room type Private room
Property type Apartment
Accommodates 3
Bedrooms 1

Zona 8, Milano

"Duomo"room,private bathroom, breakfast &parking
$ 42
Cozy and quiet studio located on the first floor of an Old Milan building, a few steps from Corso Buenos Ayres. Small park in front, Central Station 50 meters, deli downstairs. Metro and bus very close.
Dalle ore 11.00 a.m. check-in e check-out
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type Condominium
Accommodates 2
Bedrooms Studio

Zona 2, Milano

Central Station charming flat, wifi
$ 63
Via Borgospesso 6 corner Via Montenapoleone is the most elegant street of the fashion district, located near Piazza San Babila and 4 minutes walking from the DUOMO CATHEDRAL OF MILAN and near "LA SCALA THEATRE" Beautifull Mansard with: 1 bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom and a small private roof terrace. PUBLIC TRANSPORT: -Subway Yellow line: "Montenapoleone line to Central Station" -Red Line: "San Babila". SERVICES: -Air conditioning -wi-fi -Autonomous heat
The apartement is located at the last floor. The balcony has a nice view on the beautifull old Milan roof. Private terrace. PARKING: Secure private paid parking in close proximity. FREE parking in the public street. During your stay, guests can get assistance for infromations or problems at any time
Via Montenapoleone it is present the most Important luxury brand in the world, chic and trendy: Armani, Gucci, Dolce e Gabbana, Luois Vuitton, Chanel, Pucci, Yves Saint Louren, Prada, Versace; Rolex, Cartier Adjacent you will find restaurants and bars.
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type Apartment
Accommodates 4
Bedrooms 1

Centro Storico, Milano

CENTER Fashion street: Via Montenapoleone
$ 82

Milan, Italy

When outsiders think of Milan, the first thing that comes to their mind is fashion. While it's true that this second most populous city in the country is home to some of the fashion giants, visitors can enjoy stunning architecture, diverse history, and rich food as well.

Some incorrectly assume that Milan doesn't have the magnificent architectural history that other Italian cities have because it was heavily bombed during World War II. However, not only did many treasures survive, much of the city was also rebuilt. The Santa Maria delle Grazie is a 15th century convent that is home to Leonardo Da Vinci's famous Last Supper.

Additionally, the Teatro alla Scala Opera House is one of the most popular in the country since opening in 1778. Another popular historic site is the Duomo, the world's largest Gothic cathedral. Construction on the cathedral began in 1386 and continued for another 500 years.

Of course, no visit to Milan is complete without squeezing in a little time for shopping. The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is one of the oldest and most opulent shopping malls in the world. Construction on the massive five-story structure began in 1865 and completed in 1877. The Fashion District is home to ritzy boutiques from the famous fashion designers who call Milan home. Located between Piazza Duomo, Piazza Cavour, and Piazza San Babila, this area is ideal for budget-busting shopping sprees or sophisticated window-shopping.

When fashionistas exceed their purchasing power, they can enjoy the traditional Italian cuisine that is a staple in Milan. The city is known for risotto alla milanese, which is a dish made with rice and saffron, and cotoletta alla milanese, which is a dish of breaded veal. An immensely popular pre-dinner meal is the aperitivo, or a local version of happy hour. However, this happy hour isn't so much about drinking as it is about socializing with friends and enjoying a light drink and snack.

Since Milan is in the Lombardy region of Italy, the area usually has hot and humid summers and cool winters. July and August are the hottest months, and as a result many locals take a holiday and businesses close down for a break. Most consider spring and autumn the best seasons to visit Milan, although October and November are the rainiest months of the year.

On Dec. 7, residents of the city celebrate Saint Ambrose's Day in honor of the patron saint of the city, Saint Ambrose. On this day, government and businesses close and special church services are held. The streets fill with craft stalls and booths that sell local foods and drinks. The Naviglio Festival is held the first ten days of June. During this time, the streets and canals of Naviglio come alive with music, street performers, and parades.

In trademark style, Milan artfully blends modernity with history. While the city is certainly known for being one of Italy's most modern and most fashionable, it also offers an array of cultural and historical attractions, some of which top the list of the world’s most famous.

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