"Quarto Oggiaro is a district located in the northwest of Milan. The residential neighbourhood, built in a grid shape, has many churches, schools, supermarkets, and libraries. Quarto Oggiaro has a small-town character. The area is quiet and safe. The neighbourhood has two major green areas: Parco di Villa Scheibler and Parco Franco Verga. Here you will be able to enjoy the large green area either it is seating under a century-old tree or biking. The area is well-connected to the rest of the city with several bus routes as well as Milano Nord Quarto Oggiaro train station, allowing you to easily move around."
Many families with young children live in the neighbourhood.
Parco di Villa Scheibler is a park filled with trees. It is common to see people going for a run, biking or playing with their dogs.
The neighbourhood has many green areas where you can enjoy being outdoors.
This is a calm neighbourhood with a small-town feeling.
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