2. Bisceglie

An area where the old soul of the rural village coexists with the more contemporary spirit of the place thanks to a number of recent urban regeneration projects. The Parco delle Cave and the nearby Boscoincittà offer an oasis of tranquillity.

Key Details

What to expect

A residential area surrounded by greenery, ideal for those who are in search of tranquillity in a location not too far from the city center


It is suitable for those who want to experience the lively spirit of the village while immersing themselves in nature

What not to expect

A lively area day and night, with markets, shops and nightlife venues

Real estate market

The area offersa a range of property types which include ancient buildings, Liberty-style villas, apartment buildings dating back to the post-war period and the '90s

You are going to fall in love with

A rural atmosphere with flowered courtyards and small shops


Residential area, suburbs, working-class area, Parco delle Cave, green spaces, upgrading, social regeneration, ancient villages, well-connected to the public transportation, young people, organizations, neighborhood stores, big supermarkets, farmsteads, workshops, Old Milan, pedestrian and cycle paths, sport

Commute times

Duomo: 30 min. by car, 30 min. by public transportation
Castello Sforzesco: 20 min. by car, 30 min. by public transportation
Cadorna Station: 20 min. by car, 30 min. by public transportation
Central Station: 30 min. by car, 50 min. by public transportation
Milano Malpensa: 30 min. by car, 1h 30min. by public transportation
Milano Linate: 25 min. by car, 1h 20 min. by public transportation


Closest underground lines
Line 1 (Bisceglie stop)
It is close to the line MM5 (San Siro stop). The MM4 Segneri is under construction.
It is planned an extension of the line MM1 including Valsesia, Baggio and Quartiere Olmi stops

Surface Transport
Well connected to both trams and buses

Railroad Service
There are no stations

Highways and freeways
25 min from the A1, 20 min from the A4, 20 min from A7, 15 min from A8, 30 min from the East freeway, 10 min West freeway, 30 min North freeway


East: Cagnino street, Postumia street, Rossellini street, Parco delle Cave, Forze Armate street, Beltrami street, Bisceglie street

West: Town of Cusago

North: Town of Settimo Milanese, Novara street

South: Town of Corsico, Cesano Boscone

Neighborhood areas
1. San Siro, Trenno
3. Famagosta, Barona
16. Bande Nere, Inganni

A walk through the district

An area with a residential vocation, surrounded by parks where you can practice any kind of sport and find many new business and artisanal workshops.

What to expect

A residential area full of history which is experiencing a rapid regeneration. The atmosphere of the village immersed in greenery makes this areas very attractive for families looking for both tranquillity and easy access to the city center by public transportation.


If you appreciate the energy of the working-class areas where workshops and historical venues still survive, then this is the right place for you. Here you can live far from the city chaos, surrounded by nature and with access to many sports facilities and leisure time services.

What not to expect

You are not going to love this area if you are looking for nightlife and shopping opportunities in trendy stores. However, you will be amazed by the many cultural initiatives animating the neighbourhood, which are the result of the increasingly active participation of locals in their community.

Real Estate market

The area offers various types of properties, from ancient two-storey buildings to Liberty-style villas and apartment buildings dating from the ‘90s.

You are going to love…

In this area you will love the springs, the historical workshops and the hidden courtyards which represent old memories of the rural and farming past of the neighbourhood.

Behind the corner

Near this area, you can find interesting attractions like the Boscoincittà, the San Siro stadium, and the Cusago Castle.

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