Milan

Housing 

Expat Neighborhoods

Common expat neighborhoods include:

Center of Milan
• Brera
• Sant’Ambrogio
• Porta Romana
• Navigli
• Isola
• Porta Nuova areas

San Siro and Arese
• Near The International School of Milan & Lycèe Stendhal
• Fiera
• City Life

Corso Sempione
• Near St. Loius school
• Bande Nere
• Inganni

Lorenteggio
• Near Japanese School
• West Milan
• Milano 2
• Villaggio Ambrosiano
• San Felice

Lambrate
• Near Sir James Henderson School
• Milano 3

Basiglio
• proximity of the American School of Milan
• Monza

Brianza
• Near to the International School of Monza

Rental Housing Cost

Rent depends on the type, size, and location of the property:

Apartment:
• 1 Bed: 850 – 1500 EUR
• 2 Bed: 1,200 – 2.000 EUR
• 3 Bed: 1,500 – 3,000 + EUR

Houses:
• 3 Bed: 1,800 – 3,000 EUR
• 4 Bed: 3,000 – 5,000 + EUR

 

Local Details

Transportation

Public transportation (bus, tram) is well developed in the city and easy to use.

There are 5 under-ground lines in Milan connecting the suburbs with the city centre and the main railway stations.

Fun Facts

Everyone knows the Basilica of Saint Ambrogio in Milan city, but not all of them know that just in its immediate vicinity there is a marble column with a Corinthian capital characterized by the presence of two holes far from each other about 25 centimeters.

Local Currency

Euro