"Regina Giovanna is a neighbourhood named after the its main street – Viale Regina Giovanna. This street is where the best stores are located. The neighbourhood include Teatro Menotti and the Fontana a Pinocchio. This area includes the famously known Porta Venezia, one of the historical gates of the city back in the 19th century. The 19th century buildings bring elegance to the neighbourhood. It hosts two of the most important museums in Milan: the Natural History Museum and the Modern Art Gallery. The area is ideal for student accommodation. Regina Giovanna has good transportation links as it connects with the metro line M1 that is connected to Duomo in less than 10 mins."
This is a residential area populated with local families and students.
With the life around Porta Venezia.
Green and lively.
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