"SUNSET GUEST HOUSE" IN THE HEART OF MILAN ITALY
From $171 / night
Description from the owner
Description from the owner
For short term and long term (min 2,3,4,5 6 days one week, 1, 2, 3 months 6 months etc etc.)
Energetrgy performance certificate (APE) G 175 (KWh/m2a).
This apartment is located in Milan, Viale Regina Giovanna, a 10-minutes walking from Piazza Duomo. This apartment is in an antique building that is very brigh in the 2nd floor compose of:
2 double bedrooms
2 single beds in reserve (by request)
1 full bathroom
1 half bathroom
large living room
This apartment is ideal for holidays, business trips, shopping weekends, Fashion and Design Week, furniture's week, even for families with children.
Nearby you can find the best shops, ...Read more
About the owner
About the owner
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"SUNSET GUEST HOUSE" IN THE HEART OF MILAN ITALY Milan, Lombardy, Italy
Additional Location Information
Milan, the capital of Lombardy, has a population of 1.3 million people. It is the biggest industrial city of Italy with many different industrial sectors. It is a magnetic point for designers, artists, photographers and models. Milan has an ancient city centre with high and interesting buildings and palazzos, which is why so many people from all over the world want to see the city of glamour.
Italy's climate is predominantly Mediterranean: Alpine in the far north; hot and dry in the south. Winter in Milan is relatively mild but foggy, with temperatures ranging from zero to 8 degrees Celsius. Summer can be very humid with brief thunderstorms; temperatures range from 14 to 29 degrees. From March through April temperatures range from 6 to 18 degrees. From October through November they range from 6 to 17 degrees.
More information about the weather in Milan (with prediction!)
Milan’s origin goes back to 400 B.C., when Gauls settled and defeated the Etruscans.
In 222 B.C. the city was conquered by Romans and was annexed to the Roman Empire. After 313 A.D., the year of the Edict of Tolerance towards Christianity, many churches were built and the first bishop was appointed: Ambrogio was such an influential person that the church became the Ambrosian Church (7 December is a holiday to honour Sant’Ambrogio). In 1300 the Visconti family which are noblemen from Bergamo, Cremona, Piacenza, Brescia and Parma ruled and brought a period of glory and wealth to the city. The Duomo was built in 1386 and became the symbol of Milan.
The Sforza family assumed the Castle and the power of the Visconti family and finally Milan achieved peace after many years of war against Venice and Florence. Under the Sforza duchy the city began the development of sciences, art and literature. Ludovico il Moro (Ludovico Sforza) called Leonardo da Vinci and “il Bramante” to his court. For further information see history.
Art & Culture
Art and culture in the city of Milan
Milan has always been a rich and important city. It has always been a place full of various famous artists and offers a particular assortment of churches, buildings and monuments. There was a change of culture and art in the Renaissance with big a contribution in the period of the neoclassicism. Milan offers a big variety of buildings, monuments and museums. The most important church is the Cathedral which is the third largest church in the world.
It is overall made of marble, with immense statues, arches, pillars, pinnacles. From the roof you can experience a beautiful panorama of the city. Santa Maria delle Grazie was built between 1466 and 1490 and modified by Bramante. In the Refectory there is one of the most famous paintings of Leonardo da Vinci: the “Last Supper”. Milan has many historic palazzos like the Palazzo Reale (Royal Palace) which is situated in the south side of Piazza Duomo. The Sforza Castle is one of the symbols of Milan together with the Madonnina and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. All those sights together are just few reasons for a visit.
RECOMMENDATIONS TO REACH THE FLAT:
MALPENSA AIRPORT MILANO ITALY TO VIALE REGINA GIOVANNA, 40 MILANO
1. 66.8 km, 44 mins
In current traffic: 52 mins
2. 66.7 km, 49 mins
In current traffic: 56 mins
A8 and A50
Driving directions to Corso XXII Marzo, Milano
This route has tolls.
21010 Ferno Province of Varese1. Head north 750 m
2. Take the ramp to Aeroporto/Como/Chiasso/Milano/Varese/Gravellona T./Busto Arsizio 400 m
3. Merge onto SS336 Dir 2.0 km
4. Continue onto SS336 12.4 km
5. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for E62/Milano/Como/Chiasso and merge onto A8/E62 Continue to follow A8 Partial toll road 24.5 km
6. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for A4/Venezia/Milano v.le Zara/Aeroporto Linate and merge onto A4 Partial toll road 12.9 km
7. Take the exit toward Bologna/Genova/Aeroporto Linate Toll road 1.0 km
8. Merge onto A52 Partial toll road 3.6 km
9. Merge onto A51 6.3 km
10. Take exit 6-Aeroporto Linate-V.le Forlanini toward Milano Centro 150 m
11. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for V.le Forlanini and merge onto Viale Enrico Forlanini 1.1 km
12. Continue onto Viale Corsica 1.1 km
13. Continue onto Corso XXII Marzo
14. Continue onto Viale Bronzetti - Viale Bronzetti - Via Castel Morrone - Piazza Maria Adelaide di Savoia - Via Eustachi Angolo Via Stoppani = Parching for car.
From Malpensa airport to Piazzale Maria Adelaide to Left sie arrived at Viale Regina Giovanna.
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Car is not necessary