"Lambrate is a small neighbourhood with a young vibe. Due to its proximity to Politecnico di Milano, this is a popular neighbourhood among students coming from other parts of the country and the world. There are plenty of pubs and bars where you can have a drink for a few euros, which are mostly frequented by locals and students. Lambrate is home to the oldest and most famous brewery in town, the Birrificio Lambrate Golgi, definitely a place to visit. Enjoy the sunny days in one of the many green parks in the neighbourhood. Parco Lambro is the biggest park in the city and the place where young people gather to spend time with friends. The neighbourhood has good transportation links as it connects to the city’s metro grid and to the Stazione di Milano Lambrate, train station."
Local families and students.
Birrificio Lambrate Golgi, the oldest brewery in town.
With the youth vibe.
Young vibe and traditions coexist in the neighbourhood.
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