Gratosoglio is located at the southernmost end of the city, bordering on the comune of Rozzano. The area started being built in the 1960’s in response to the increasing demand of low price residential areas. The area has several transportation links such as the Abbiategrasso M2 metro station and many commercial spots located nearby that ensure you will find all your need. In the area you will find also different supermarkets and facilities that will make your life easy such as the city market in Montegani street open from Monday to Saturday.
Mainly families and students from Bocconi, Cattolica, NABA and IULM university.
Lambro Meridionale river and Montegani city market
With the calmness of the neighbourhood.
This is a quiet neighbourhood.
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