Maximum tenant age: 35 years
2 months' rent required as a deposit.
Additional fees required. Minimum stay varies. Please read landlord policies carefully before booking.
This 6-bedroom apartment on Viale Legioni Romane, in Bande Nere has furnished rooms for rent. The 180 m² property has a funky retro decor, a colourful equipped kitchen, a balcony, tidy tiled bathrooms, and well appointed bedrooms.
The apartment is located in Bande Nere, a predominantly residential area of Milan. There are still plenty of shops and restaurants though, especially on the nearby streets of Via Giambellino and Via Lorenteggio.
Payment method: cash; bank transaction
Smoking: outside areas only
Pets: not allowed
Double occupancy (where permitted): €100 extra per month
Variable minimum stay:
Tenants are recommended to send the signed contract to the landlord as soon as possible after the booking has been confirmed.
Moving out: In accordance with Italian law, you must contact the landlord 3 months in advance to confirm your intention to move out. Only then can the contract be annulled.
If you are staying 3 months or less, be sure to read the contract and confirm the check-out date in advance if the contract or landlord requested it.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Overview Bande Nere is a small area big on diversity!
5 km west of the city centre is where you’ll find this popular and multi-cultural district.
What sets Bande Nere apart from the rest of Milan’s outer shell?
Firstly, it’s a little bit of a food paradise. More diversity means more cuisine!
Better still, Bande Nere just happens to be slap bang in the middle of some other funky places.
San Siro, Navigli, Washington and Milan city centre are all close by. So if you get bored any time, Bande Nere has some great neighbours!
In short, this is an area of simple pleasures and good people. We approve.
What can I do here? If you love food, you’re in luck.
In Bande Nere, international cuisine is the order of the day.
Go to the Japanese restaurant Shokugi Tei first. Eat sushi to your heart’s content and split the bill with some friends and family.
You will also find quite a few Kosher supermarkets and restaurants in Bande Nere. Try Re Salomone for some traditional Jewish fare.
And to round out the top 3, we’ve gotta go for Il Luogo de Aimo e Nadia. You’ll leave with empty pockets and one of the best full stomachs of your life.
But if you don’t like food, you’ve gotta love yarn right? Yep. Yarn.
Center Della Lana is an amazing embroidery shop with more yarn than you can shake a cross-stitch needle at!
And after you’re all yarned out, it’s time to find a party.
Most people will point you towards Navigli and Washington for the night life. And that’s good, because they’re just down the road...
Flag fact: Bande Nere means “Black Band”, named after a fearsome mercenary horde.
The Black Bands carried black flags and shot muskets from horseback in the Italian Wars, and didn’t care whose side they fought on… as long as they were paid.
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