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Variable rent. 2 month's rent required as a deposit. Additional fees payable on arrival. See landlord policies.
All three bedrooms in this shared apartment have a unique feature - bedroom number 1 is available for couples, bedroom number 2 has a balcony and bedroom number 3 is quiet, with an extra sofa. The apartment itself is located on Largo Isabella d'Aragona, in the popular neighborhood of Navigli. The tenants will be able to enjoy spacious communal areas - the apartment has a large, fully equipped kitchen and one shared bathroom with a bathtub. It doesn't have a living room, however, you can spend time with your flatmates in the dining area which also has a television or on the balcony where you can enjoy beautiful views. The 85m2 apartment is just minutes away from the Bocconi University and it's surrounded by restaurants, bars and cafes, along with several parks.
The apartment is just minutes away from Universita Bocconi. Around the corner you will also find a bus and a tramway station that will take you into the city centre in just a few minutes.
Utilities: €65 per month (includes a final clean on check-out)
Stays of less than 6 months: €80 per person per month will be added to the rental price
Weekend check-in: €100
One-time €200 contract fee payable to landlord on arrival
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Navigli is one of the most charming spots in the City. Milan used to be similar to Venice, but unlike venice, where most of the canals are gone, here they have remained untouched. Navigli is a canal-based neighborhood and also the most romantic district of the City. The two major canals are Naviglio Pavese and Naviglio Grande, both of which are navigable and surrounded by different types of coffee shops, restaurants, bars and art galleries.
This area is very popular among Milanese citizens, many of whom would assure you that the sunset there is one of the most memorable scenes you will ever see. It is a pedestrian-friendly zone with a vibrant nightlife that at times gets busy and noisy due to the different bars, restaurants and terrace where young people and professionals gather. Not to mention that it is Perfect For Aperitivo! A typical buffet style food that you guarantees a free drink with an order. One of the things in Navigli you don’t want to miss out on is the vintage/old market every last Sunday of the month. Lastly, to the north of the vintage/old market is the Colonne di San Lorenzo, the best-known Roman Ruin in Milan! Navigli is a historic and lively district.