Fashion District Apartment - Milano - Italy

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Fashion District Apartment hotel city: Milano - Country: Italy
Address: Piazza Sant Erasmo 7; zip code: 20121

Located in the Milan City Centre district in Milan, this air-conditioned apartment is 200 metres from Milan Fashion District. The property features views of the city and is 300 metres from Brera. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property.
-- 这套空调公寓坐落在米兰(Milan),位于米兰市中心(Milan City Centre),距离米兰时尚区(Milan Fashion District)有200米,距离布雷拉(Brera)有300米,享有城市的景致。各处均提供免费WiFi。 这套公寓提供带洗碗机和烤箱的厨房以及平板电视。 Fashion District Apartment公寓距离斯卡拉大剧院(La Scala)有500米,距离米兰大教堂(Duomo Milan)有800米,距离米兰利纳特机场(Milan Linate...
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