"Porta Vigentina was once a city gate. Nowadays, although the gate has been demolished, the expression is still used to refer to the district where the gate used to be. The residential neighbourhood with a multicultural population and a peaceful atmosphere, is a popular choice among students attending the prestigious Bocconi University. The neighbourhood’s garden, Giardino Oriana Fallaci, is the perfect place to spend the sunny afternoons and to meet with friends. The neighbourhood has good transportation connection. With the tramway service 24 and several bus routes, it is easy to access the city centre."
Many students form the Bocconi University live in the neighbourhood.
Church Santa Maria Presso San Celso.
The neighbourhood has a great location and is connected to the rest of the city.
Close to Porta Romana and the city centre, this place has an amazing location.
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