"The Navigli area is in the south of Milan and is a lively neighbourhood by the river. Navigli is an art lover’s haven. It is an absolute must-visit for everyone who loves art and exploring hidden galleries. The area is specially known to come to life during the evening hours. Starting with the famous aperitivo at sundown and continuing in one of the many clubs and bars the bohemian neighbourhood has to offer. Navigli is the place to live for the typical student nightlife experience. This district houses three universities: IULM, Bocconi and NABA, which is why this area is mostly populated by students and young workers."
Students and young workers populate the neighbourhood.
Basilica Sant Eustorgio is one of Milan’s oldest churches, dating back to the 4th century.
The famous aperitivo - having a cocktail accompanied by snacks at sunset - on the shores of Naviglio Grande is Milanese tradition.
Ranked as one of the most beautiful cities in the world by Forbes, Florence is the epitome of what you can think about when you think about Italy: Cradle of the Renaissance, birthplace of Italian language and dwell of artistic masterpiece of Michelangelo and Brunelleschi.
Visit the Uffizi Museum, having a glass of wine with your new friend while eating a schiacciata alla fiorentina and enjoy a crazy luxury shopping in luxury while studying at one of the oldest and famous universities of the world.
If Batman’s butler Alfred chosen Florence as his retirement place to drink Fernet liquor at the bank of river Arno, why you wouldn’t? Rent a room it over at Uniplaces.com and find your accomodation for your perfect Erasmus stay.