"Located close to Parco Sempione, this lovely neighbourhood is a top choice for students coming to study at Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. The neighbourhood is full of history and charming streets, making it the ideal place to live in Milan. In a central location, San Vittore is filled with cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy an Italian meal and local markets as well as some parks and gardens, where it's possible to enjoy the warmer days in the city. The neighbourhood has several transport links and is located close to Milano Nord station, making it easy to move around in the city."
The neighbours are mostly local families and students attending Cattolica University.
Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci.
The neighborhood has a central location.
History, charming streets and delicious restaurants make the neighbourhood of San Vittore.
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