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Downtown Rooms

Private room in condo
hosted by Giovanni
  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 shared bath
Great for remote work
Fast wifi at 115 Mbps, plus a dedicated workspace in a private room.
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Apartment located in the center of the city, in front of the Atm parking of the buses that connect Monza, Milan, Trezzo sull 'Adda, Arcore and Carnate train station. It is within walking distance of the major serves: bars, restaurants, supermarkets. Just a 15-minute walk to Vimercate's new hospital, there is also a shuttle service in front of the house. A few hundred meters away is the junction of the eastern ring road, through which you can reach any direction by car

The space
The room shown in the photo is designed to accommodate two people, it is spacious and bright.
In the apartment there is another room that occasionally accommodates only one person.
The kitchen and bathroom are shared when the other person is at home.
However, you can find all the privacy and tranquility you need.
The apartment enjoys a beautiful view and is located in an area full of amenities and it is nice to walk along the streets of the historic center of the city

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed

What this place offers

City skyline view
Courtyard view
Fast wifi – 115 Mbps
Dedicated workspace
Free driveway parking on premises
40" HDTV with Amazon Prime Video, Netflix
Free washer – In unit
Central air conditioning

Where you’ll be

Vimercate, Lombardia, Italy

From Wikipedia: "Vimercate is a city that still preserves part of the original layout of the Roman settlement in its urban network; today, what was a small vicus has been incorporated into the historic center.

In the Memories of the Wars against the Lordship of Venice by Cristoforo da Soldo, fifteenth-century memories that we find in volume 21 of the Muratori (Rerum Italicarum Scriptores etc.Milano, 1732), the place is always remembered as Vilmercato; it should therefore derive from Villa mercatus and mean that already in ancient times it was home to commercial exchanges, if not perhaps even an annual agricultural fair; it still hosts a frequented weekly retail market.

The memories of the Roman Vimercate are now kept partly at the Museum of the Vimercatese Territory (MUST, see article), partly at the Carlo Verri civic museum in Biassono (waiting to be transferred shortly into THE MUST); very little remains of visible evidence in the modern town: one of these is a fragment of an epigraph set in a wall of a courthouse in the main avenue of the city, Via Vittorio Emanuele II. Along this road you step on the ancient perimeter section of the Roman vicus. "

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Hosted by Giovanni

Joined in March 2017
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During your stay

I am always available to provide all the information and can be reached at any time of day by phone.
In case of arrivals/departures from/to airports or railway stations I am available to meet you if I have the opportunity to do so

Giovanni is a Superhost

Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
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Rated 4.88 out of 5 from 237 reviews.