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July 6, 2016

via cossa four rooms rental milano

via cossa four rooms rental milano
In via Pietro Cossa, near the public gardens indro montanelli and the stop of the red metro palestro, we offer 190 square meters apartment on the fifth and last floor with double lift. The apartment has an entrance hall, double room, three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a kitchen and balcony. The condo fees are 666 Euros per month and include heating, concierge all day and water.

penthouse in palestro mm

canon 3000 + 666

MONTHLY PRICE: EU 3.000

ROOMS 3

BEDS 3 beds
3/4 sleeps

BATHROOM 3

OCCUPANCY 4/5 people

SIZE 190 square meters

FLOOR 5

TERRACE 1

WIFI yes

DESCRIPTION of via cossa four rooms rental milano

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In via Pietro Cossa, near the public gardens indro montanelli and the stop of the red metro palestro, we offer 190 square meters apartment on the fifth and last floor with double lift. The apartment has an entrance hall, double room, three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a kitchen and balcony. The condo fees are 666 Euros per month and include heating, concierge all day and water.

penthouse in palestro mm

canon 3000 + 666

MAP of via cossa four rooms rental milano

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STREET via cossa

METRO red line palestro

BUS no

TRAM no

SERVICES for via cossa four rooms rental milano

KITCHEN kitchen facilities

APPLIANCES washing machine

AIR CONDITIONING no air conditioning
central heating

OTHER elevator

REGIME medium term rent: 3.300 eu
short term rent: 3.300 eu

EXTRA SERVICES weekly cleaner

HOUSE RULES

ARRIVAL TIME from 14.00 until 00.00
check in after 20:00 has an extra cost of eu 30.00
check in on weekends and bank holidays has an extra cost of eu 30.00

DEPARTURE TIME from 07:00 until 11:00
check ou after 20:00 has an extra cost of eu 30.00

check out on weekends and bank holidays has an extra cost of eu 30.00

RESTICTIONS no parties

PAYMENT 30% of the monthly rent to the reservation

DEPOSIT block on cash (3 months)
refund: unblock at departure

KEYS DELIVERY in the apartment

AGENCY SERVICE 1 month payment in advance
MOST VIEWED THINGS TO DO IN MILANO
Duomo

If you buy the ticket then you will be able to get up on the roof of Cathedral Terraces. Views from the roof of Duomo are stunning. Just have a look at the pictures. When you are on the roof the first your impression is as if you get in the forest of spires. That magnificent masterpiece is worth the money you spent for your visit. Even with the cathedral covered up for restoration work, the square filled with fences, signs, platforms for the New Year’s Eve celebrations, like in the picture, the Piazza Duomo is still awasome inspiring square, just like the designers would have intended. The effect that the enormous cathedral would have upon this atmosphere in its fully restored state is a sight which I will have to behold by returning to the city one day.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

This arcade links Duomo Square with the La Scala Opera House. It was designed by architect Giuseppe Mengoni, that named after King Victor Emmanuel II. The Galleria was inaugurated on September 15, 1867, but work continued on it for another ten years. The day before its completion in December 1877, the architect Mengoni suffered a fatal fall from the top of the building’s triumphal archway. The Galleria was built during the traumatic period of Italian unification and was seen as symbolizing Italian unity, therefore it is adorned with plenty of patriotic symbols.

The Sforzesco castle

In 1358 the first Duke of Milan built a fortress. In 1447, during military upheaval, the Milanese people destroyed it. Then military leader Francesco Sforza declared himself Duke of Milano and hurriedly rebuilt the castle. Later the castle was neglected and turned into a barracks. In 1861 the castle was in a sorry state and in danger of being demolished, but architect Luca Beltrami saved it by suggesting it was used as a public building.