30. Garibaldi, Moscova, Porta Nuova

Heartbeat of the fashion and design Milan: historical architectures and skyscrapers, big parks and shopping streets are the background of art galleries and pubs which belong to a residential area surrounded by the most exclusive nightlife places.

Key Details

What to expect

An elegant and trendy residential area, close to the city centre, with art galleries, cultural spaces, modern stores, historical workshops and nightclubs


It is meant for those who love a lively, modern and international, but also with a little bohémien appeal, lifestyle

What not to expect

A calm area where it is possible to park in front of the house

Real estate market

The area offers banister houses, Liberty buildings, apartment buildings of the ‘50s and ‘60s, and tertiary and residential complexes recently built

You are going to fall in love with

An atmosphere full of history and modernity which can be breathed in the elegant historical complexes and in the brand-new buildings with an hi-tech style


Elegance, Liberty, Deco, modernity, international and cosmopolitan style, skyscrapers, hi-tech buildings, huge cultural offer, shopping, historical stores, design stores, pubs for cocktails, nightlife, restaurants, historical complexes, local markets, well connected to the public transportation, closeness to the city centre, Old Milan, bohémien spirit, parks

Commute times

Duomo: 13 min. by car, 11 min. by public transportation
Castello Sforzesco: 8 min. by car, 8 min. by public transportation
Cadorna Station: 10 min. by car, 7 min. by public transportation
Centrale Station: 8 min. by car, 13 min. by public transportation
Milano Malpensa: 40 min. by car, 1h by public transportation
Milano Linate: 20 min. by car, 50 min. by public transportation


Closest underground lines
Line 2 (Stops Lanza, Moscova, Garibaldi)
Line 3 (Stops Repubblica, Turati)
Line 5 (Garibaldi Stop)

Surface Transport
Well connected to both trams and buses 

Railroad Service
Porta Garibaldi railway station

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


East: Galilei street, Repubblica Square, Manin street

West: Ceresio street, Legnano street, Gadio avenue, Foro Bonaparte

North: Cimitero Monumentale Square, Ferrari street, Sturzo street, Liberazione avenue

South: Pontaccio street, Fatebenefratelli avenue

Neighborhood areas
24. Cenisio, Sarpi, Isola
31. Arco della Pace, Arena, Pagano
27. Quadronno, Palestro, Guastalla
29. Centrale, Repubblica
32. Center

A walk through the district

In an area close to the city centre, the international and cosmopolitan atmosphere embraces the one of the Milan of the past with its banister houses and historical workshops. It was originally a religious district, with its beautiful churches and libraries; then it became a popular and chic place, meant for the principal cultural institutions at the same time; and nowadays it represents the Milan of transformation and sustainability with its iconic skyscrapers, like the Unicredit one, the Bosco Verticale one, the Fondazione Feltrinelli, the Unipol Tower and new parks.

What to expect

An elegant and trendy residential area, adjacent to the city centre, full of services and frequented at all hours.

Art galleries, cultural spaces, fashion and contemporary design showrooms, historical workshops, the numerous nightclubs and the green areas are the background for this Milan where history and the impetus towards the future coexist.

Referring to the food&beverage sector, the area provides a huge offer, from the most sophisticated pubs the simplest and most popular ones.


The area is frequented by citizens and tourists, from each part of the world, at all hours, day-and-night, and this makes it suitable for those who love a lively, modern, international, but with also a little bohemian appeal, lifestyle.

The closeness to the city centre and the presence of many leisure opportunities and services make this district one of the city’s most coveted areas.

What not to expect

A calm area where it is possible to park in front of the house

The closeness to the city centre and the presence of many restaurants, offices, stores and nightclubs make this area lively and expensive; however, every district corner is an undiscovered jewel.

Real Estate market

The area provides a varied real estate offer: from the 3-4 floors Old Milan houses to the post-war higher buildings with colonnaded tracts.

Here you can find Liberty buildings which overlook calm and elegant streets, apartment buildings of the ‘50s and ‘60s, and tertiary and residential complexes recently built, with large panoramic roofs and super luxury services.

You are going to love…

You will love the Medieval history of its churches and cloisters, and the Deco atmosphere of its courtyards.

You will love the architectures which belong to Giovanni Muzio, Luigi Caccia, Dominioni, BBPR and the futuristic atmosphere which can be breathed in the new redevelopment areas with a hi-tech style.

Behind the corner

The area is close to the Brera district with its Pinacoteca and the Orto Botanico. Not too far from it there are also the Castello Sforzesco, the Musei Civici, the Acquario Civico and the area in via Paolo Sarpi. From here you can easily reach also the Giardini Pubblici Montanelli, the GAM- Galleria d’Arte Moderna, the Giardini di Villa Reale and the Quadrilatero della Moda.

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