Fancy studio in Porta Romana by EasylifeApartment - Viale Monte Nero, 20 - Milano
Self-controlled heating / cooling system
Wireless internet connection
Coffee / Tea maker
The apartment consists of an entrance hall with super equipped kitchen on the left with everything you need to cook and spend short/ medium term stays. In the living room there is a fold-away double bed that is inside a wall-mounted container, in order to leave the space free during the day. In the living room there is a table to be used for lunch or for smart working. Complete the house the bathroom with shower.
The apartment is also equipped with Wi-Fi (fiber), hairdryer, washing machine, dishwasher, oven.
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 district takes its name from Porta Romana, one of the 6 gates of Milan built in the sixteenth century a.c. It is a stone’s throw from the center and is well connected by public transport surface and the Metro M3. It is also reachable by the train station of Milano Porta Romana, which is served by the trains of the S9 (Saronno-Milano-Albairate) line.
In Porta Romana there are definitely places to spend quiet days full of fun. There are many places to visit beyond the beautiful sixteenth-century arch that rises at the point where once stood the main imperial entrance on the way to Rome. Walking through the neighborhood you will notice the sumptuous buildings of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries that house offices and residences for the local elite.
The Prada Foundation, whose continuously rotating exhibitions vie for visitors' attention to its gold-plated façade designed by Rem Koolhaas and presents a more modern-style architecture. Equally striking are the contemporary works of the Fabbrica Orobia, an innovative gallery set up in a former factory. For fans of theater not to be missed is the historic Teatro Franco Parenti. Who likes to read a stop at the Open is mandatory, an alternative center that brings together a library, a bar and a design store. On warmer days the ideal is a stop at the Mysterious Baths, a public swimming pool embellished with a statue. For a more luxurious experience, close your day at the QC Termemilano spa, where you can sip a glass of champagne by the pool while admiring the illuminated arches of the city’s monuments.
HOW TO GET:
From Linate Airport: Take BUS-73 for 11 stops and get off at Via Cadore C.so Ventidue Marzo; take BUS-62 for 4 stops and get off at Portale Libia then 6 min on foot (estimated time 32 min)
From Malpensa Airport: Take Train XP1 (trenord) and get off Milano Cadorna then take Metro M1 (red) direction Sesto 1 maggio FS for 3 stops and get off at DUOMO take metro M3 (yellow) direction San Donato Milanese for 3 stops then 5 min walk (estimated time 65 min)
From Orio Al Serio Airport (Bergamo): Take ORIOSHUTTLE and get off at Central Station; take line M3 (Yellow) direction SAN DONATO MILANESE for 7 stops then 5 min walk (estimated time 76 min)
From Central Station: take line M3 (Yellow) direction SAN DONATO MILANESE for 7 stops then 5 min walk (estimated time 16 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 occupation: 2
Viale Monte Nero, 20 - Milano