Easylife - Wonderful Brera apartment

Apartment - Via San Marco, 1 - Milano

Description

2 Guests
1 bedroom
1 bathroom
3° floor
Registration Number: 015146-CIM-01844
Elegant luxury apartment with refined kitchen and living room. The comfort of the sofa invites you to relax, while the balcony offers an enchanting view. The bathroom with tub expresses refinement, and the bedroom with double bed guarantees a peaceful night's sleep. A luxurious space, ideal for those seeking style and comfort.

SPACE
Welcome to the Milanese charm managed by Easylife House, an apartment management company for short-term rentals. Featuring a welcoming and modern atmosphere, this apartment is the quintessence of elegant urban living. An unforgettable experience of luxury, comfort and practicality. Located in the most elegant living room in Milan, the heart of the city, the design and quality of the apartment guarantee an unforgettable stay. The quality and quantity of the services offered make it perfect for short and medium stays. Inside an elegant building, the apartment has a large living room with TV and a very comfortable sofa. The kitchen spaces and tools are perfect for organizing lunches or dinners that can also be eaten on the balcony. The bathroom, finely furnished, has a bathtub. The spaces are completed by a lovely bedroom with a double bed.

FURTHER INFORMATION
The apartment is part of Easylife House, a well-known group specializing in the city of Milan, a guarantee of reliability and quality of service. With Easylife, a dedicated host and/or whats app number will be at your disposal to meet your needs. Do not hesitate to contact us for:
• Transfer to and from the airports of Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate, Bergamo.
• Visits to museums (such as the Pinacoteca di Brera, Leonardo's Last Supper, Teatro alla Scala etc. etc.)
• Restaurants and/or events.
• E-bike tours accompanied by an official guide.
• Shopping and much more.

THE NEIGHBORHOOD
History and Atmosphere:
Brera is a historic neighborhood with a long cultural tradition. Characterized by cobbled streets, elegant squares and historic buildings, the neighborhood retains a bohemian atmosphere that attracts artists, writers and intellectuals. Brera's history dates back to the Middle Ages, but over the years it has become a meeting point for creativity and art.
Art and culture:
One of Brera's main attractions is the Brera Academy of Fine Arts, a prestigious cultural institution that houses a rich collection of works of art. The Brera Art Gallery, located inside the Academy, is famous for its works by artists such as Raphael, Caravaggio and Hayez. The streets of Brera are dotted with art galleries, artist studios and artisan workshops, creating a unique environment for art and culture lovers.
Architecture:
Brera boasts fascinating architecture, with historic buildings with artistic details and ornate balconies. The streets are often narrow and winding, creating an intimate and picturesque atmosphere. Walking through the neighborhood, you can discover hidden courtyards and suggestive corners.
Nightlife and Restaurants:
Brera is also known for its lively nightlife and wide range of restaurants and cafes. The squares and streets come alive in the evening, offering opportunities to sample authentic Italian cuisine, sip local wines and enjoy a vibrant atmosphere.

Shopping:
The neighborhood is an ideal place for shopping, with fashion boutiques, designer shops and artisan shops offering unique, high-quality products.

MOVING IN THE AREA
Metro (M2 - Green Line): The closest metro station to Brera is the Lanza station, which is located on the Green Line (M2). This line connects you to several other areas of Milan, including important places of interest such as Central Station and Cadorna Station.
Bus and Tram: Brera is served by several bus and tram lines. The bus and tram stops may vary depending on the specific location within the neighborhood. You can use the ATM Milano website (Milan Transport Company) or dedicated apps to check bus and tram lines and timetables.
BikeMi: Milan's bike-sharing service, called BikeMi, could be a convenient option for getting around Brera by bike. You can rent a bike and return it at several stations located throughout the city.
On foot: Given the relatively small size of Brera and its pleasant atmosphere, moving on foot could be the best choice for exploring the neighborhood and discovering its characteristic corners, shops and cafes.
To reach the main airports of Milan from Brera, you can use different transport options, as follows:
Malpensa Airport (MXP)
Train: You can take a train directly from Milan Cadorna station to Malpensa airport station. The railway line is the Malpensa Express.
Bus: There are also direct bus services, such as the Malpensa Shuttle, which connect the center of Milan (usually departing from Central Station) to Malpensa airport.
Linate Airport (LIN):
Bus or Taxi: Linate airport is closer to the center of Milan than Malpensa. You can take a taxi or a bus to reach Linate. Some buses leave from Central Station or other central areas of Milan.
Orio al Serio Airport (BGY):
Bus: The Orio Shuttle bus service connects Milan Central Station to Orio al Serio airport. The bus journey lasts approximately 1 hour, but times may vary depending on traffic.
Car or Taxi: If you prefer, you can take a taxi or rent a car to reach Orio al Serio airport. Remember that travel time may vary depending on traffic conditions.
Train stations:
Milan Cadorna station (suburban railway and Malpensa Express):
Distance from Brera: About 1.5 km south-west of Brera. Connections: Malpensa Express to Malpensa airport, regional and suburban trains.
Milan Central Station:
Distance from Brera: About 3.5 km north-east of Brera.
Connections: National and international trains, including high-speed trains (Frecciarossa and Frecciabianca), Intercity, and regional services.
Milan Porta Garibaldi station:
Distance from Brera: About 2.5 km north-east of Brera.
Connections: Regional and suburban trains and connections with the metro (Line M2 and M5).
To reach these train stations from Brera, you can use public transport such as buses or trams, take a taxi, or walk depending on the distance and your preferences. Public transportation is generally a convenient way to get around Milan, and you can use services like Google Maps or ATM Milan apps to get specific directions based on public transportation schedules and your location.
Pharmacy: S.A.L.V.I. Via San Marco, 18 - 20121 Milan (MI) · approximately 1 km
Hospital: 23, Corso Di Porta Nuova - 20121 Milan (MI) · approximately 1 km
Carrefour Market supermarket: Via Vespucci, 2 - 20153 Milan (MI) · approximately 1 km

Tickets and information
ATM - +39 800 808 181
Trenord - +39 02 7249 4949
Orioshuttle - Ticket information - +39 035 319366

House Rules
This property requires online check-in through its channel (www.easylife.house) and asks its guests for an image of a document such as an identity card or passport for European Union citizens; Passport ONLY for non-EU citizens (NO residence permit) for the identification, communication and registration of tourist flows to the competent authorities. Personal data will be processed in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GPDR) law 2016/679 of the European Parliament.
• If you do not complete online check-in, documents will need to be provided either via the booking channel chat or other channels one day before check-in.
• In case of failure to deliver identification documents
CHECK-IN INSTRUCTIONS WILL NOT BE SENT

Late check-in and check-out are not permitted

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Check-in: 15:00 - 00:00
Check-out: 10:00
Features

Check-in: 15:00 - 00:00

Check-out: 10:00

Standard occupancy: 2

Max occupancy: 2

Floor: 3°

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 x double bed

Location

Via San Marco, 1 - Milano