This pet-friendly 1-bedroom apartment is available for rent in Porta Vittoria, Milan. There is a bright living room and kitchen with a sofa, television, and dining table and chairs. The kitchen area is fully equipped and has a stove and oven, while the bedroom has a double bed and a built-in wardrobe. The bathroom has a toilet, sink, and bathtub.
There is a board games store next door to the apartment - we're jealous! There are also several specialist stores, such as shoe stores and furniture stores, and multiple restaurants nearby.
- Our Homechecker, Matteo, said he'd love to live here.
- There is beautiful artwork in the living room.
- The apartment is pet friendly!
- There is a board games store right next door!
- Property type: apartment
- Floor area: 40?m²
- Floor: 2nd
- Elevator: yes
- Number of bathrooms: 1
- Maximum occupancy: 2
- Wi-Fi installed: yes
- Building fees: yes, included in price of rent
- TARI (refuse collection tax): yes, included in price of rent
- Languages spoken: English, Italian
- Lives on property: no
- Smoking: not allowed
- Pets: small pets allowed, providing they are used to living in an apartment
- Deposit: 1 month’s rent
- Payment method: cash; bank transfer; credit card
- Contract registration tax: nothing! The landlord assumes this cost (\*\*[what is this?]([++https://#removed#/blog/renting-in-italy-hidden-apartment-fees/++](https://#removed#/blog/renting-in-italy-hidden-apartment-fees/))\*\*)
- Check-in hours: Monday to Friday, 12:00 to 19:00
- Out of hours check-in: €10
- **Additional documentation:**
- ID / Passport
- A nearby bus stop serves routes 54 and 61.
- Milano Dateo train station is a 7-minute walk away.
Fashion, food, and fun
Post-war buildings and age-old villas.
Fashion outlets and houses on tree-lined streets.
In Porta Vittoria, you have the best of Milanese life.
It used to be the grounds of a medieval city gate. Now it’s full of chic boutiques and fashion freaks. Get ready to shop!
**What can I do here?**
Corso XXII Marzo Avenue is popular with shoppers. It’s well-known but less central. Here, you will find plenty of brand-name shops.
Corso di Porta Vittoria is similar. Designer brands, everywhere. Michael Kors. Ralph Lauren. DKNY. Treat yourself!
Fashion just isn’t your thing? Check out the nearby _Mercato Ortofrutticolo_. It’s a market with fruits, vegetables, and poultry. You’ll also find colourful booths filled with flowers.
Prefer something quieter? Head to _Parco Vittorio Formentano_. It’s a park with a large fountain in memory of Italian mariners. It also has an area for 4-legged friends!
For an evening meal, try _Nonna Maria Osteria Romana_. It has home-cooked Roman meals, huge portions, and affordable prices.
Our favourite thing to do here is visit Excalibur Games. It’s a board game shop where you can meet with friends and play any game you can think of. Don’t miss it!
The main gate here used to be called Porta Torsa. It was changed to honour Italy’s union in 1861. The streets and squares are named after its heroes and events. Ultimately the gate was demolished to lend prominence to the Cinque Giornate memorial which shared the plaza.
**Can I afford it?**
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