Comfortable Loft in Milano: Culture, Business, Nightlife! / 4 - 5 people
This open space apartment is located on the ground floor. It is just perfect for families of 5 members (especially if they include teenage children), and also for 2 couples or groups of 4/5 adults. The apartment is divided in 3 levels: the main level includes a living/dining room with a sofa, a completely equipped kitchenette and a bathroom with a shower. The upper level is composed by a loft with a queen sized bed and a single bed (please notice that there are no walls that separate the lofts from the living room, so there is little privacy). The basement level includes an open space with 2 chair beds, a gym area, a bathroom with a shower and a wardrobe. The apartment includes a TV set, Internet (wi-fi), air conditioning, a microwave, a washing machine, a dishwasher, an iron, a DVD player and a vacuum cleaner.
Sights of interest
Close to NAVIGLI. Navigli area is the most visited by Milan residents, due to the presence of numerous restaurants, fashionable bars and ethnic clubs. Some decades ago the Navigli circle, which was constituted by small navigable channels that are almost disappearing, encompassed the historic city centre of Milan. Nowadays the ancient handicraft shops of Milan, which date from the beginning of the century have been replaced by modern shops and restaurants, turning the area into one of shopping, design and clubs. You can also visit the Sanctuary of Santa Rita da Cascia and the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, which is an excellent example of renaissance architecture. There are good connections to the underground, bus and tramway that allow you to reach the main tourist attractions of the city. Lombardy (Latin: Langobardia, Italian: Lombardia, Western Lombard: Lumbardìa, Eastern Lombard: Lombardia) is one of the 20 regions of Italy. The capital is Milan.
Info on public transport
To go downtown the best choice is to take the tram 2, leads directly to the cathedral after only 9 stops. Nearest metro station: "Romulus", 400 meters walk, or "Porta Genova", little more than 1 kilometer in 2 bus stops.