Ripa del Naviglio

Ripa del Naviglio

Ripa del Naviglio

Ripa del Naviglio

Ripa del Naviglio

Ripa del Naviglio

Ripa del Naviglio

Ripa del Naviglio

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Ripa del Naviglio B&B is in a typical building of the late nineteenth century. It was completely renovated, with  new interior and functional spaces, and it overlooks the historic canal "Naviglio Grande",  home to several art galleries, exhibitions and fairs.
The canal is a popular meeting place for night life in Milan and offers a wide choice of restaurants and cafes.

All
rooms have private bathroom with shower and hairdryer,  free Wi-Fi internet,  32 inches  LCD tv,  SKY TV, mini fridge, safe box and air conditioning.
The access to rooms is private and independent.
Breakfast is a self service buffet.
 

RIPA DEL NAVIGLIO  is in the pedestrian area, just few minutes walk from the subway station of Porta Genova, green line, direct connection to train stations and the shuttle Cadorna-Malpensa.
From Porta Genova direct connection (green line)  to the Forum di Assago.
Close to the area there are 3 large car parks -  24h - and a taxi rank.

No free parking, but in the night along the Canal (outside the pedestrian area - 50 mt - blue stripes)

 

For availability and booking:

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The Mercatone of the Antiques takes place on the last Sunday of every month. In April the canal is filled with colors during the Flower Show. In spring and summer many artists and painters show their works.

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With a few stops by tram or subway, you can reach Piazza Duomo, the Galleria, the Teatro alla Scala, Brera, Via Montenapoleone and the high fashion shopping district.
 

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With ten minutes walk you arrive at the Basilica Sant'Eustorgio, the Museum
 Diocesan, the Colonne and the Basilica of San Lorenzo.

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Two or three subway stops and you get to the Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio, the Sforzesco Castle and the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie