Via Asiago 41 – Gorla, a green neighborhood in the city

June 2023
June 2023
15:00 - 04:00
(Late check-in Until 04:00 - €25,00)
Standard occupancy:
Max occupancy:
75 m2
CIR CODE: 015146-LNI-02067
Delightful 75 m2 apartment on the third floor with lift of a modern building. The apartment consists of two bedrooms and a living room with kitchenette and large sofa.
It is also suitable for medium and long-term stays. Excellent for families thanks also to the proximity of green areas and the Naviglio della Martesana canal.
The apartment is equipped with air conditioning in the living room and in the master bedroom. It is also equipped with a fast wi-fi connection.
The apartment is on the top floor and can be reached by lift.
You enter a small hallway and from here directly into the living room/kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped and equipped with the necessary for cooking. Plates and crockery are at your disposal like everything you find inside the apartment. Find yourself a dining table suitable for 4 people, a large sofa and a television.
The master bedroom is large with a queen size bed and dresser. The second bedroom is with two single beds.
The bathroom is complete with tub and shower rod.
The equipment is completed by a top-loading washing machine and a dryer.
Milan enjoys excellent fame throughout Europe also because of its Navigli: the Grande, the Pavese and the Naviglio della Martesana, once navigable.
Gorla is located in the north-eastern area of ​​Milan, along Viale della Villa di Monza (today Viale Monza), built in the eighteenth century.
The village of Gorla was born and raised right on the banks of the Martesana which carried water from the Adda to the circle of the Navigli and on which part of the marble with which the Cathedral of Milan was built also traveled on special boats. Just the Naviglio della Martesana counts the great Leonardo da Vinci among its designers and today represents a great point of attraction.
The route of the Martesana was dotted with suburban patrician villas built in the eighteenth century.
Its echoes can still be heard today, strolling along the cool banks of the Martesana or entering the gardens, such as that of Villa Finzi, where the Temple of the Night is located, or exploring the less traveled streets, until you reach the Poor Clares Monastery built by Giovanni Muzio, also author of the Milan Triennale, the Ca' Brutta dell'Arengario and the Catholic University.
Going up the Naviglio Martesana towards the suburbs you will find yourself in an enchanted place: with a large garden and a pink villa used for weddings and celebrations. This you can also admire the historic stone bridge, the famous old bridge. If you cross it you will arrive in Piazza Piccoli Martiri, a square that celebrates a war massacre that affected many children in 1944, when by mistake an Allied plane dropped a bomb on the school at that time open and full of students who were unable to escape.
Along its nearly 40-kilometre route, the Martesana today represents a fascinating route to be enjoyed on foot, by bicycle or by running, passing by the "De Ponti" villas (dating back to the 19th century, and with a spinning mill in the garden). , “Lecchi” (18th century), “Brasca”, “Pallavicini”, “Petrovic” (19th century). These presences are the testimony of an era in which this area was known as the "Riviera of Milan", with land cultivated with cereals and mulberry trees. A few hundred meters away, the district is also bordered by the Lambro river: in the area there are large green areas, including the Lambro park, the Martesana cycle path and the Crescenzago wood. For lovers of jogging and physical activity in the open air there is only the embarrassment of choice.

It is not the place where you will eat better, it is not the most beautiful place, it is not the place with the perfect service, but the atmosphere you will find here, 99% of the restaurants in Milan do not have it.
Viale Monza 220

Family-run restaurant for a hearty and cheap lunch break. The decor is still in the 80s, the welcome is friendly and warm, the menu is a vast array of simple and typical dishes that are much more than decent (if available, try the mixed boiled meat with green sauce or the baked shin ) and the prices are negligible
Via Cislaghi 8

A perfect restaurant for dining with friends, this corner of Tuscany is splendid especially in the summer thanks to its outdoor space full of lights, climbing plants and gravel. Even in winter, however, its warm internal rooms are an ideal refuge to face the cold by drinking red wine and eating a T-bone steak or one of the other grilled specialties such as lamb chops or sirloin steak.
Via Herodotus 2

GORLA PASTRY. Perfect for buying delicious biscuits and pastries . This pastry shop has been receiving unanimous approval from the inhabitants of the area for over 30 years. In addition to biscuits, you will also find a formidable Sacher.
viale Monza 191
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The neighborhood is well connected to the city.
There is a wide choice of public transport to get around,
Gorla red metro 5 minutes on foot,
Bus 44
Possibility in the city to rent bikes and cross the park adjacent to the Martesana canal near the house and reach the center.
Travel times
- Piazza del Duomo in 20 minutes (Metro Rossa).
- Central Station in 15 minutes (with a change in Loreto from the Red metro to the Green metro).
- Garibaldi station and the Porta Nuova district in 18 minutes (with one change).
- San Siro stadium in 30 minutes with change from the Red metro to the Lilla in Lotto.
- Darsena and Navigli in 25 minutes (with a metro change from red to green in Loreto).
The apartment is also located a few minutes by car from the motorways leading to the airports of Milan-Linate, Bergamo-Orio al Serio and Milan Malpensa.
For those traveling by car, it is important to point out that there are free street parking spaces throughout the area.
Landmarks/Main Activities
San Raffaele Hospital – 40 minutes with Bus 44
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy – 15 minute walk
RCS MediaGroup S.p.A – 19 minutes with Bus 44
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Guest access
Upon your arrival you will find:
- Ready beds (with the exception of sofa beds for which the set of sheets, blankets and pillows ready for use will be prepared).
- Towels (one shower towel and one face towel for each guest).
- Starting Pack: initial supply including laundry tablets, toilet paper, hand soap, shower gel and bags for recycling.
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When you are in the apartment, please respect the following simple rules:
- Do not smoke in the apartment
- All the objects in the apartment are at your disposal for the duration of your stay, leave them in their place at the end of your stay so that subsequent guests can use them in turn
- All kitchen utensils are at your disposal, after use, please put them clean and dry in their place. At the end of your stay, please leave the kitchen area clean and tidy.
- Avoid disturbing noise on the stairs and in the common areas
- Don't turn up the TV volume too much after 10 in the evening
- At the end of your stay, you are kindly requested to leave the apartment in order
- The apartment is located in a residential condominium. Please respect the silence from 20.00 to 08.00
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Upon your arrival we will give you the keys, we will show you the apartment and its equipment and we will give you all the directions and information you need.
At check-in you will be asked for an identity card to proceed with registration.
You will be asked to pay the tourist tax of 3 euros per person per night (only for adults and subject to exemptions provided by the Municipality of Milan)
For stays longer than 30 days a contract will be signed and it will be necessary to have an Italian tax code.
We can arrange late check-in outside the scheduled check-in time slot by prior arrangement at least one day before at a cost of 25 euros until midnight and 50 euros from midnight to 02:00.
During your stay we will always be at your disposal for any requests, advice or information on your stay in Milan.
We remind you that since it is an apartment and not a hotel, it is necessary to make arrangements regarding the check-in time.
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Air conditioning
Bathroom amenities
Private bathroom
Bathtub/shower combination
Queen bed
Queen bed
Twin bed
Bed Linen
Hot Water
Air conditioning
Air conditioning individually controlled in room
Ironing board
Kitchen Stove
Coffee/Tea maker
Tables and chairs
Internet access
High speed internet connection
Complimentary high speed internet in room
High speed wireless
Kitchen supplies
Kitchen Oven
Pots and pans
Plates and bowls
Color television
High Definition - 32 inches or greater
Remote control television