"Bonola-Trenno is a green neighbourhood bordering with Boscoincittà City Park and Parco di Trenno. The area is surrounded by different trasportations like M1 metro stations and several bus routes that allows to reach the city centre in few minutes. This is mostly a residential area with apartment blocks defining the skyline. The area is known for having cheaper rents than most of the districts in the city. Parco di Trenno is a big green park with recreational areas perfect for sports, running or walking your dog. If sports is not for you, simply enjoy the space with a picnic. In the neighbourhood you will find differents bars, restaurants, supermarkets and everything else you need."
People living in Bonola-Trenno are mostly middle-class families and workers.
Parco di Trenno is the main spot in the neighbourhood.
The neighboruhood has many green areas where you can enjoy the outdoors.
The neighboruhood is located away from the city buzz and has low rental prices.
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