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Variable deposit. Additional fees. Variable rent prices. See landlord policies.
A spacious 100 sqm four-bedroom apartment with two bathrooms, a modern kitchen and four rooms available to rent individually, all of them equipped with a TV and a small fridge. This exterior apartment has been recently renovated, and is equipped with brand new furniture and accessories throughout. Shared amenities include having Wi-Fi already installed, a washing machine, and a weekly cleaning service. Located on Via Soperga, very close to the city's main train station where you can catch high speed and regional trains, this apartment will make a perfect base to explore everything Italy has to offer!
Tram station Via Venini Via Sauli (line 1), bus stop for line 174 and metro station Pasteur (L1) are all located within a five-minute walk from the apartment. Milan's central station is 15 minutes away, providing access to high speed lines to Bologna (to Rome and Naples) and Turin, and conventional railways to Bologna, Turin, Venice, Genoa, Domodossola (for the Simplon and Bern), Chiasso (for the Gotthard and Zürich Hauptbahnhof) and Lecco.
Payment method: cash; bank transaction; credit card
Booking policy: booking requests will only be accepted if they are within a few days of the date at which the room becomes available
Weekend check-ins: not permitted (landlord office is closed)
Mandatory fees payable on arrival:
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Stazione Centrale is where one can find the Stazione Centrale, or the Central Station, a point from which many national and international trains depart. It is characterized for its transportation access: there are many trains, metros, tramways and even cable cars that pass through the area. For those who love to travel, all buses with direct lines to the main airports depart from Stazione Centrale. Aside from transportation, the neighborhood is famous for being home to the Corso Buenos Aires street, a shopping area where one can find everything from boutiques to outlet stores. Truly representative of Milan's fashion culture, it proudly holds the title of highest concentration of clothes shops in Europe!