Via Domenico Berra, 10 - MILANO (MI)
The accommodation is located in a former convent of the year 1100, in the quiet pedestrian area of an ancient village, near the Naviglio Martesana canal and the Lambro Park, and it’s only a few steps from the Metro (green line - Crescenzago stop), the ring road Est and San Raffaele Hospital.
The Crescenzago neighbourhood is a former Milan City Hall, now incorporated in the city. In the past it was a holiday resort for the Milanese who built many villas along the canal Naviglio Martesana, close to Casa Berra.
Even today the village keeps the size of a cozy country living.
In the immediate vicinity you find precisely the Naviglio Martesana canal, Lambro, Adriano and Martesana parks and a cycle track 30 km long.
The accommodation consists of an independent apartment with bedroom (one double bed and a sofa bed full size), kitchen and bath room.
The apartment (with self-heating) is located on the first floor. Kitchen is fully equipped and a washing machine is available.
The housing owners live in the same building and are always available for any need.
The building is an ancient convent of the year 1100. Entering from the main door you leave behind the chaos, noise and the smell of the city. Lowering the volume of your voice you can breathe the history. I always like to think that I live in a place that was build 400 years before the discovery of America!
The Martesana canal with Michelangelo locks, Santa Maria Rossa church in front of Casa Berra
(of year 1100 too), parks Lambro, Adriano and Martesana and the cycle track make Crescenzago a special place in Milano to see and enjoy.
Discovery of Milan can start here