Amazing flat with a view and terrace on Navigli by EasylifeApartment - Via Magolfa, 9 - Milano
Self-controlled heating / cooling system
Wireless internet connection
Coffee / Tea maker
The apartment has an entrance that leads to the large living room with a fully equipped open kitchen and a double sofa bed. The living room also has double exposure and has access to a balcony, which is connected to the terrace above by a spiral staircase. From the terrace, to an exclusive use for half, you can admire the whole city, including the statue of the Madonnina on the Duomo, and sunbathe on the sun loungers. The apartment also has a very bright spacious bedroom with a comfortable double bed and a newly renovated bathroom with shower.
Complete the house Wi-Fi (fiber), hairdryer, washing machine, dishwasher, oven, sheets, etc..
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.
Navigli is perhaps the most beloved neighborhood of Milan for leisure. There is nothing more Milanese than a beautiful evening on the Navigli to enjoy an opening at sunset with the canal and its characteristic iron bridges that connect the pedestrian loops in the background. There are rooms of all types and for all tastes. On the canals you can do many activities such as walking, cycling or rowing in one of the three companies based on its waters (Milan, S. Cristoforo and Olona).
The best croissants are from Luca and Andrea on the Naviglio towards the center at 100 meters. The best bread is found by Peter Pan via Vigevano 25. For those who are greedy I recommend the Pasticceria Cucchi corso Genova 1 and Gattullo Piazzale di Porta Lodovica, 2.
The area is very lively with bars and restaurants with outdoor tables. This part of the Naviglio is pedestrian along the canal to the dock. There are shops for artisans and artists. On the last Sunday of the month there is the largest antiques market in the city. Via Tortona just after the station, offers the Mudec Museum, the Fondazione Silos Armani and trendy bars and shops. The metro line 2 that connects the stations of Cadorna and Central is just 200 meters. Tram line 2 is 150 metres away and goes directly into the city centre, to the Duomo. There is a large car park next to Porta Genova station 250 metres away.
HOW TO GET:
From Linate Airport: Take BUS-73 for 13 stops and get off at Piazza 5 Giornate and take BUS-168 for 12 stops and get off at Piazza Ventiquattro Maggio then 5 min on foot (estimated time 60 min)
From Malpensa Airport: Take Train XP1 (trenord) and get off Milano Porta Garibaldi; take green metro M2 direction Abbiategrasso for 6 stops to Porta Genova FS then 9 min walk (estimated time 66 min)
From Orio Al Serio Airport (Bergamo): Take ORIOSHUTTLE and get off at Central Station; from Caiazzo take green line M2 direction Assago Milanofiori Forum for 6 stops and get off at Porta Genova FS then 9 min on foot (estimated time 70 min)
From Central Station: take green line M2 direction Assago Milanofiori Forum for 8 stops and get off at Porta Genova FS then 9 min walk (estimated time 20 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: 4
Via Magolfa, 9 - Milano