The apartment is very bright and peaceful, since it overlooks the internal courtyard of the building. In addition, it has double glazed windows and ceiling fans in all rooms.
The guests are welcomed into a hallway, furnished with a shoe cabinet and two 2-door closets. From here you access the living room.
The living area, connected to a small balcony with views of the courtyard, is furnished with an extendable dining table for up to 8 people, a sofa with island, a TV corner, a bookcase and a writing desk. The separate kitchen - there is a door dividing it from the day area - is fitted with microwave.
The night area is composed of a bedroom, featuring a wardrobe with two sliding doors and a chest of drawers, and a nice bathroom with shower stall.
The apartment has parquet flooring; the bathroom and the kitchen are fitted with tiles instead.
InternetInternet connection is available upon request with portable Internet key (limited capacity).
Public transports The area where the apartment is located is very well served by public transports and easily connected to the main points of interest of the city. You are about 15 minutes from San Babila metro station (red line MM1), taking to Duomo square in only one stop (red line MM1) and 4 stops from Cadorna metro and train station (red line MM1; green line MM2).Within 250 meters you find several bus stops (lines no. 60, 62, 66 and 92) and Dateo train station (Passante railway), which easily connects with the neighbouring cities of Lodi, Varese, Rho, Novara and Pavia.
AreaVia Carlo Poma is located in the area of Corso XXII Marzo, thus benefiting from a fantastic position steps from the main points of interest of the city.
Some sights within walking distance or at a short ride away by public transports are the following: - Piazza San Babila, only 15 minutes away;- Milan Duomo, one of the Italian landmarks and the symbol of Milan, set on the homonymous square, and Piazza della Scala, home to the famous La Scala theatre; - the Royal Palace and the Museum of the XX Century (Museo del Novecento), housing both temporary exhibitions and permanent collections all year round; - Villa Necchi Campiglio, a bright example of style and elegance nestled at the heart of the city, surrounded by a lovely garden where you can sit in the shade of the magnolia trees; - the Milan Institute of the Blind (Istituto dei Ciechi di Milano), offering a one-of-a-kind experience, the ‘Dialogo nel Buio’: it’s an exhibition/journey standing apart from everything you have ever experienced before, because of the total lack of light and the fact that visitors must rely only on touch, hearing, smell and taste to explore the exhibition areas; - Vittorio Formentano park, designed by the architect Luigi Caccia Dominioni, housing the ‘Palazzina Liberty’, a Liberty-style building where concerts, shows and meetings take place.
In the vicinity you also find many restaurants, bars and clubs. - ‘Oste e Cuoco’, the restaurant of the famous Sicilian chef Filippo La Mantia;- ‘Nottingham Forest Cocktail Bar’, reckoned as one of the 50 best bars in the world for its large choice of cocktails and the peculiar way they are served; - ‘Giardino dei Segreti’, a restaurant with verandah, the perfect set for business lunches; - ‘Gong Oriental Attitude’, for an excellent fusion cuisine; - ‘Masquenada’, a typical Mexican restaurant; - ‘Pizzeria Spontini’, for an authentic Italian pizza made from local ingredients.
In the area is also the precious Coin shopping centre, standing on Piazza Cinque Giornate. On the top floor you find the restaurant ‘Globe’, perfect for an aperitif with views of the square.
Services in the area: - Pam supermarket (at 650 meters, in Viale Corsica);- Archimede pharmacy (at 450 meters, in Via Archimede);- Intesa Sanpaolo bank (at 450 meters, in Corso XXII Marzo).
Parking:The closest garage is located in Via Piceno, 11 (at 100 meters).
*Please note that the guests are requested to pay a tourist city tax: 2€ per person per night, for up to 14 nights (maximum of 28€ per night).