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Find your place to stay in Milan
Milan is the Italian capital for haute couture and design: if you go there on holiday, you might want to see the Via Monte Napoleone and the Via Manzoni, that are the streets that put together the biggest design houses, and form the "Quadrilatero Oro". For you to enjoy at best this immersion in the fashion world, you need to get a good holiday rental. Live like a true Milanese native, wake up in a room with a view over this beautiful Italian city, then shot an espresso, and get ready for a day of serious sightseeing and even more serious fashion.
Rent a loft in the coolest city in Europe
Behind its reputation of fashion capital, Milan is also a young and dynamic city, where a lot of students live. With an apartment rental in Milan, you will be able to enjoy the warm Italian nights and have a taste of the famous "gelato" while walking through the Milanese streets. You can also rent a house with your family outside the city, to be able to visit Milan's gorgeous Duomo and cathedral, and its many ancient monuments. The fun does not end when the sun sets in Milan, as this city's young crowd mean that this fashion capital only gets better after dusk. Rent a loft or an apartment in Milan, and stay out until dawn, knowing you are never too far away from the home-comforts of your holiday rental.
Enjoy a more ancient atmosphere with a guestroom in Milan
With a guestroom in Milan, you would be able to discover from the inside the Italian taste in fashion and luxury, even inside your bedroom. You will have the opportunity of walking through typical Milanese areas and admire Italian's fashion and elegance. Don't worry if you decide to go last minute, you can also book a room in a bed and breakfast, where you can enjoy Italian breakfasts, with a slice of "panettone" and a pretty strong coffee! Finally, if you are seeking direct interaction with Italian people, you can also chose a homestay, so you can use the three words you learned before coming…