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Savona 18 Suites is set in the Navigli district in Milan, 2625 feet from MUDEC and 2953 feet from the Darsena. Porta Genova train and metro station is a 5-minute walk away. Super comfortable bed, they surprised with an upgrade to a suite, great experience.
With a central location in Milan, the Magna Pars l'Hotel à Parfum is a luxury 5-star hotel offering ultra-modern suites with free Wi-Fi. We were able to drop off some extra luggage a few days prior to our stay, changed the stay length...
Offering free Wi-Fi and modern rooms with attached bathroom, Hotel Milano is 0.9 mi from Porta Genova Metro Station on the green line. Great location Bright clean airy rooms
Set in the lively Navigli area of Milan, Art Hotel features a collection of modern art paintings and sculptures. Rooms offer free Wi-Fi, a mini-bar, a coffee machine and a kettle. Clean friendly staff Made every thing possible
Offering free Wi-Fi and minimalistic-style rooms, Hotel Mercure Milano Solari is just 164 feet from Don Giussani Park. The property is a 5-minute walk from Sant'Agostino Metro. As a solo traveler, I stayed in a single room with double bed and the room was quite enough in terms...
Hotel Minerva is just 525 feet from Porta Genova Metro which offers links to Cadorna Train Station. It offers free air-conditioned rooms with private bathroom and cable TV. It was really easy to find and close to the Metro and the Navigli canal.
Hotel Pierre Milano is set in the heart of Milan, a few steps from Sant'Ambrogio Metro Stop and a 15-minute walk from Milan Cathedral. Beautiful and classy boutique hotel in a pleasant neighborhood of Milan.
Offering elegant air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, Hotel Regina features an ideal location 1640 feet from Sant'Ambrogio Basilica. Milan Cathedral is a 10-minute walk away. Everything was great, breakfast is good, location is perfect, very clean room, big bathroom, i would...
The picturesque Navigli districts are a widespread network of canals whose history is linked to Leonardo da Vinci. An artist and an engineer, during his time in Milan from 1482 to 1499 he found fertile ground for his genius: in fact, he studied this sophisticated system of navigable canals to ferry people and merchandise to Milan, to irrigate the fields and to defend the city – that made Milan a real “city of water”. The so-called “Conca di Viarenna” is what remains today of one of the 5 canal locks used to navigate through Milan from the Darsena to the Naviglio Martesana, north of Milan. The basin of the Darsena, the old mercantile port of the city and a node of the vast fluvial system of Navigli canals now almost entirely covered, extends between viale Gabriele d’Annunzio and viale Gorizia. Since the beginning of 2013, the area has been subjected to in-depth redevelopment work as the city gets ready to host Expo 2015. An overview of the ancient Navigli can be admired in the rooms of the Museo del Naviglio, in the neighbourhood of the Conca dell’Incoronata (mentioned by Leonardo da Vinci in his Codex Atlanticus www.museodeinavigli.com, via San Marco 40, M2 Moscova). Today, the area is bursting with trendy dining and nightlife spots, various markets full of fresh and local items and is even home to one of the main hubs of the “Milanese movida”.
could and snobbish place. if you don't pay a big $, don't even get to see the opera house, you are not even allowed to access from the front door. we saw Turn the Screw, doesn't even sound like an opera. Venice Opera House is so much better!