Città Studi is a complex of university buildings built in the 30's in what was then the countryside outside Milan. Nowadays the city has absorbed the university and the neighborhood where it is has also adopted the name.
The long academic history of the neighborhood can be seen in every street. Its humble buildings are nowadays student rooms and in the street there are numerous bars, pizzerias, bakeries and other establishments essential for any university. The World Pizzeria, with two locations near Lambrate, and Mundialpizza in Piola are two of the favorite places for students to eat something fast, such as pizza or focaccia. In Via Teodosio you will find the Aloha e Siciliana ice cream parlor, perfect for those who like Sicilian sweet and pastry. The Biffificio di Lambrate brewery, located in via Adelchi, is a common meeting place for young people.
HOW TO GET TO CITTÀ STUDI
The green metro line (M2) has two stops at Cità Studi: Piola and Lambrate. Several suburban and regional trains arrive at the Lambrate train station. Via viale Romagna pass trolleys 90 and 91 at any time and via the Via Ponzio pass 93. Trams 23 and 33 arrive respectively at the center and the station of Porta Garibaldi, and stop right in Piazza Leonardo. Thanks to the wide offer of rooms for students in Città Studi you can enjoy all the advantages that has to live in this neighborhood while you can easily move to any corner of Milan.
UNIVERSITIES IN CITTÀ STUDI
The neighborhood is home to some of the major universities in Milan, although good public transport connections allow you to reach any area, so finding accommodation for students in Città Studi is convenient. The building of the Polytechnic University dominates the Leonardo Square, where the faculties of Engineering and Architecture are located. In Città Studi are located the faculties of studies of Sciences of the University of Milan: Veterinary agricultural Sciences Pharmacy Science and Technology Motor Science From here it is easy to reach the University of San Raffaele, next to the Cascina Gobba stop with the green line, with which you can also go to the Catholic University or the IULM.
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