Apartment Casa di Franco Navigli
Via Mario Fusetti 8, Navigli, 20143 Milan, Italy –
Excellent location – rated 9.8/10! (score from 71 reviews)
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Cosy apartment at the 3rd floor of a typical house of the early ‘900 (no lift). This 47mq flat is a studio with a queen-size bed over a lovely wooden platform, a french size sofa bed in the lounge area, a separate bathroom with a comfortable 170cm shower stall and a small kitchen with everything you need to cook. Renovated in February 2015, Casa di Franco is situated in the heart of the historic Navigli district, one of the most restaurant and nightlife scene, street markets, cafes, bars, clubs, and the capital’s alternative shopping streets. It is very quite all the time despite been located in such a central location. Casa di Franco is less than 10 min walk to Porta Genova underground station, a few steps away from Naviglio Grande and 3 min walk to the charming Vicolo delle Lavandaie, 10 min walk to Zona Tortona and Via Savona (Fuorisalone) and 20-25 min walk to Piazza Duomo. Newly designed loft space with some vintage details mixed with the original golden heaters. make the studio a warm and enjoyable place for your stay in Milan. Casa di Franco is great for a couple or 3 persons.
I was born in Milan, I still live here and I love this beautiful town. So if you want any tips on what to do and where to go, I’m happy to recommend great places to see and things to do that may not be in the guide books. I play piano and I love composing music, such as classic simphonies or contemporary music. I’m a tango dancer, so if you’re looking for a milonga in Milan I’ll be glad to show you where to go. I love photograph, which is a real passion also, as you can see from some of the pics in this website. I will meet you on arrival to inform you on everything you need to know about the flat and give you the keys. I live less than 10 minutes walk from the house and I work in one of the historical trattorie of this district called Brutto Anatroccolo in Via Torricelli.
The Navigli District, named from its network of interconnected canals, remains one of the historic and charming areas of Milan. While it was long an impoverished working-class neighborhood and still looks a bit rough, things have changed for the better since the 1980s, when houses along the canals were renovated, artists started moving in to find inspiration in the idyllic quarter, and restaurants opened along the waterways. Today there are plenty of bars and restaurants in the area and several antique and design stores have opened here. With hip bohemian shops full of handmade items and vintage clothing, travellers can easily find one-of-a-kind gems in Navigli, don’t miss Via Vigevano and Corso di Porta Ticinese. The area between the Navigli and Zona Tortona – the cradle of most of the major initiatives about everything related to design taking place in the city – hosts a variety of interesting stores. It’s especially worth a visit every last Sunday of the month, when Naviglio Grande is the site of an antique market.
Languages spoken: English, Italian
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Area Info – Guests loved walking around the neighborhood!
Porta Genova Station0.2 miles
Romolo Station0.6 miles
Sant'Agostino Station0.6 miles
Bocconi University0.7 miles
Sant' Ambrogio Station0.8 miles
IULM University0.8 miles
Linate Airport5.2 miles
Malpensa Airport25.5 miles
Orio Al Serio Airport29.4 miles
Most Popular Landmarks
Santa Maria delle Grazie1.1 miles
Duomo Station1.2 miles
Duomo di Milano1.2 miles
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele1.3 miles
Sforza Castle1.3 miles
La Scala1.3 miles
Porta Romana Station1.4 miles
San Babila Station1.5 miles
Montenapoleone Metro Station1.6 miles
San Siro Stadium3.1 miles
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No parking available.
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Freedom to eat when you want
- Dining table
- Coffee machine
- Electric kettle
- Wardrobe or closet
- Free toiletries
- Toilet paper
- Private bathroom
Space for everyone to be together
- Dining area
Media & Technology
Fun for everyone under one roof
- iPod dock
- Sofa bed
- Clothes rack
Free! Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
- Upper floors accessible by stairs only
Food & Drink
- Tea/Coffee maker
- Private apartment in building
- Air conditioning
- Non-smoking rooms
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4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
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7:30 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Free! Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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Please note that the apartment is on the 3rd floor and there is no elevator.
Please inform Casa di Franco Navigli of your expected arrival time in advance. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly using the contact details in your confirmation.
A damage deposit of EUR 100 is required upon arrival – that's about 113.46USD. This deposit is fully refundable at check-out as long as there's been no damage to the property.