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- Piazza del Duomo
- Cathedral of Milan
- Teatro alla Scala
- Instituto Ortopedico Galeazzi
- Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology
- Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
- Carlo Besta Neurological Institute
- Pinacoteca di Brera
- Istituto Clinico Humanitas
- Bocconi University
- San Raffaele Hospital
- Assago Forum
- Fiera Milano Exhibition Center
- Milan Convention Centre (MIC)
- Central Station of Milan (Stazione Centrale di Milano)
- San Giuseppe Hospital
- Piazza della Repubblica
- Fiera Milano City
- Expo 2015
- Vittore Buzzi Children's Hospital
What you should know about Citta Studi
The Citta Studi, or City of Studies section of Milan, is named for its heavy concentration of universities. Scientific and engineering branches of the University of Milan are located here, as is the Politecnico University. A prominent cancer research center and other hospitals are also located in this area east of Milan. One benefit of the Citta Studi area is its close proximity to Linate Airport. The city center is only a short ride away by tram or metro when you want to explore Old Town Milan, but your rooms will be less expensive in Citta Studi. To see all of the best hotels around Citta Studi, Milan, visit Hotels.com and use the convenient and fast search bar. You'll get a full list of rooms, including pictures, prices, and guest reviews when searching for hotels around Citta Studi, Milan.
What's Citta Studi, Milan Like?
The Citta Studi has some nice attractions. The campus of the Politecnico University is on the Piazza Leonardo da Vinci and is worth a visit. You'll find restaurants and cafes along the Piazzale Susa, as well as shops selling souvenirs and clothing. The Parco Forlanini, an expansive green space designed and built in the late 1960s, was named for an early pilot and engineer. The space is designed in the classic Lombard style, with groves of trees and plenty of open spaces. It's a pleasant place to take a walk through its winding pathways. There are historical cottages located in Parco Forlanini, and Salesina Lake provides a wonderful background for a Milanese-style picnic of panino, salad, wine, and tiramisu. If you want nightlife, Milan is the place to be. Hop on the metro or a tram and head for the clubs in the city center.
Tips for Getting along with Locals in Citta Studi, Milan
The Citta Studi area is a bit less touristy than in central Milan. You may encounter students when you're exploring the area. They can suggest local places where students eat and socialize. You shouldn't have any problems finding English-speaking waitstaff and hotel employees. You may have to seek out the small bistros, trattorias, and bars in this section of Milan, but your hotel concierge will be happy to suggest places close to your room that offer good meals and service. You should reserve your preferred rooms on Hotels.com once you make your hotel choices. You'll not only lock in the price, but you'll have the satisfaction of knowing your accommodations are booked. Hotels.com makes it easy to find the best rooms in Milan and beyond.
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