This spacious one bedroom apartment in Milan is located on the first floor of a beautiful historical building (with elevator) in the Fair area, close to Piazza Firenze and corso Sempione.
The entrance of the apartment opens up onto the large living area, furnished with a fully-equipped kitchen corner, a table seating four people, and a double sofa bed. The bedroom, with Queen size bed, has a writing desk and large wardrobe, and the bathroom is complete with a double mirror and a shower stall.Wide windows in both the living room and bedroom make it a very bright and luminous apartment, setting off its hardwood flooring. The apartment is equipped with air conditioning, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave oven, TV and stereo.
Public transportsThe apartment is nestled in Sempione/Portello district (home to the new Milan Fair), which is very well connected to the main points of interest of the city. You are about 800 meters from Portello subway station (line MM5 - purple), ideal for reaching San Siro stadium and Porta Garibaldi subway and railway station (line MM5 - purple/line MM2 - green).Within 250 meters you also find tramways no. 1 and 19, and bus lines no. 43, 48, 57, 78 e 528 (extra urban bus line to Rho).
AreaVia Ruggero di Lauria is located in the vicinity of Milan Fair and Corso Sempione, which means being only moments from the main points of interest of the city.Some examples of what will await you, right on your doorstep: - Corso Sempione, filled with restaurants and clubs serving spot-on aperitifs, and where the Arco della Pace, the neoclassical triumphal arch of Milan, proudly stands;- Sempione park, the perfect place for a jogging session or a nice relaxing afternoon, hosting Milan aquarium and the Arena Civica;- Porta Garibaldi, recently redeveloped and made extremely modern: here there are the UniCredit Tower, the tallest skyscraper in Italy, and the 'Vertical Forest' (Bosco Verticale), consisting of two residential towers with terraces completely covered with plants;- Milan Monumental Cemetery, an open-air museum thanks to the incredible artistic value of its sculptures and funerary monuments; - the Isola district, fully renovated and now offering a large array of refined clubs and restaurants, which have propelled it onto the forefront of Milan’s cultural scene.
In the surrounding area you also find countless bars and restaurants. The most important ones are the following:- 55 Milano, a contemporary brasserie with live music, the ideal set for a trendy happy hour or an alternative party;- Iyo, the first Japanese Michelin starred restaurant in Italy;- Faccio Cose Vedo Gente, restaurant-winehouse specialized in a wide range of tartares, served in an informal but cozy atmosphere;- Bomaki Sempione, a sushi bar specialized in Japanese-Brazilian fusion cuisine;- Osteria delle Corti, offering an authentic taste of the traditional cuisine from the Lombardy region;- Ristorante Controvento Enoteca del Gusto, a spot-on restaurant for business lunches and dinners.
Being close to Chinatown (Via Paolo Sarpi), the area is extremely lively and colorful: its restaurants offer the most authentic Chinese cuisine you’ll ever find in Milan. Don’t miss ‘Jubin’ (Via Paolo Sarpi, 10), one of the most renowned Chinese restaurants in town.
Services in the area- Esselunga (via Losanna, at 850 m) and Carrefour supermarkets (via Cucchiari, at 950 m);- Firenze Pharmacy (via Ruggero di Lauria, at 250 m);- Cariparma bank (piazzale Caneva, at 550 m).
Parking- Garage Vigorelli in via Giovanni da Procida, 30- Raffaello Ci.Pa in via E. Filiberto, 6.
This apartment requires the payment of the tourist tax: € 2 per person per night, for up to 14 nights (maximum € 28 per person).