Beautiful apartment in S.ta Maria delle Grazie by EasylifeApartment - Corso Magenta, 78 - Milano
Self-controlled heating / cooling system
Wireless internet connection
Coffee / Tea maker
The property consists of an entrance hall with super equipped kitchen on the left with everything you need to cook and spend short/ medium term stays. Continuing you reach the living area with a comfortable sofa bed and TV; from here you can then access the bathroom with shower. Continuing from the living area, you reach the bedroom consisting of a bed and a large wardrobe.
The apartment is also equipped with Wi-Fi (fiber), hairdryer, washing machine, dishwasher, oven.
In the courtyard of the building there is the possibility to taste excellent drinks in the dehors of the Antica Locanda Leonardo
Easylife House will be at your disposal at all times to meet your needs. Do not hesitate to contact us for transfers to and from airports/stations, visits to museums, restaurants, events (depending on availability), e-bike tours with official guide, home shopping and much more.
The Magenta district is a great area for those who love being a stone’s throw from the center of Milan, but want a quiet area. Thanks to its location, located a few steps from the Castello Sforzesco, enjoys all kinds of service and is well connected by public transport surface, the subway M1 and M2. In the immediate vicinity is also Parco Sempione, an ideal place to walk in peace or play sports.
Walking along Corso Magenta from the part that connects Largo d'Ancona to Via Meravigli, going towards the center, you can admire period houses, ancient shops and historic venues in Milan. Palazzo Litta, large palace of the Baroque period with its Theatre, Casa Rossi, particular for its wonderful octagonal courtyard and the Civic Archaeological Museum of Milan in a former convent. Adjacent to the museum is the Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore where you can admire what many people call the Sistine Chapel in Milan, with frescoes and other works of art. Do not miss a stop behind the historic Pasticceria Marchesi, which we recommend for a short refreshment, to see what is a piece of history of the ancient Roman Milan (Mediolanum) with the remains of the Imperial Palace of Maximian.
Along the other direction of Corso Magenta you arrive at the Piazza di Santa di Santa Maria delle Grazie where there is the Museo del Cenacolo Vinciano which houses the famous painting of the last supper by Leonardo Da Vinci. In front of the Museum you will find the Vigna di Leonardo, reopened for visits since 2015 on the occasion of the EXPO, which was given to Leonardo by the Duke of Milan Ludovico il Moro around 1450 B.C.
HOW TO GET:
From Linate Airport: Take BUS-73 for 16 stops and get off at Largo Augusto; take Metro Red Line to San Babila direction BISCEGLIE and get off at Cadorna then 5 min on foot (estimated time 43 min)
From Malpensa Airport: Take Train XP1 (trenord) and get off Milan Cadorna then 7 min walk (estimated time 46 min)
From Orio Al Serio Airport (Bergamo): Take ORIOSHUTTLE and get off at Central Station; take M2 Green line direction ABBIATEGRASSO in Caiazzo and get off at Cadorna then 7 min on foot (estimated time 80 min)
From Central Station: take line M2 Green direction ABBIATEGRASSO from Cenrtale FS and get off at Cadorna then 7 min walk (estimated time 17 min)
Tickets and Information
ATM - +39 800 808 181
Trenord - +39 02 7249 4949
Orioshuttle - Informazioni sui biglietti - +39 035 319366
• No smoking
• No pets
• No parties or events
• Check-in is 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM
• Late check-in fee after 9:00 PM is 30€
• Late check-in fee after 12:00 AM is 50€
• Late check-out, if possible, it costs 30 euros
• Documents is compulsory to fill the registration form and show the documents at arrival.
• Take out the rubbish before the check-out
• Put the dishes in the dishwasher
Check-in: 15:00 - 21:00
Standard occupancy: 2
Max occupancy: 3
Corso Magenta, 78 - Milano